January 5, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Legislation in Sacramento hampered by special election

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger learned the hard way after November More...

Health & Wellness

Emergent Care Center opens in Newbury Park

There More...

Post-breast cancer patients will meet

The Westlake After Breast Cancer Support Group will meet from 7 to 9 p.m. Thurs., Jan. 12 at Commercial Capital Bank, 973 S. Westlake Blvd., Westlake Village. For more information on the group, please call Sandy Cohen at (818) 667-5564. More...

Pets

BILL SPARKES/Acorn Newspapers NICE POOCH More...

Faith

Church to host parenting seminar

Monte Vista Presbyterian Church will sponsor a seminar for parents, More...

Chanukah finishes for another year

HOLIDAY SEASON More...

Adult ed offered at Academy

The Conejo Jewish Academy More...

Letters

Obstructionists exaggerate the facts

I just read Bonnie Greenberg More...

Unhappy that T.O. City Council ignored the people

What a great country, people More...

Council on Aging reaches out to the community

Last summer, as the city of Thousand Oaks Council on Aging was analyzing data collected from a survey about seniors in the city, they became aware that a large segment was unaware of this commission More...

The year 2005 will be remembered in Thousand Oaks

Change, tragedy, loss and some successes marked 2005 in the city of Thousand Oaks. More...

Winter break ends soon

BILL SPARKES/Acorn Newspapers LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL More...

Some new laws slightly unusual

Every year, state lawmakers pass a handful of odd or unusual laws. Here are several state laws sent to the governor in 2005 that may be considered a bit different. More...

Community

The city of Thousand Oaks will be conducting the following meeting this month, according to the city manager More...

Village Voices Chorale to host auditions soon

The Village Voices Chorale will host open auditions beginning Sun., Jan. 15 for its spring concert. Interested men and women singers should call (805) 495-2701 for more information and an audition appointment. More...

For the record

The Shirettes story last week mentioned that the group was going to perform at the Shalom Institute in Simi Valley. It More...

Calendar

THURS., JAN. 5 Woodworkers More...

Schools

Parents, coaches get poor grades in youth sports report card

Youth sports get low grades for parental misbehavior and an overemphasis on a win-at-allcost mentality among parents and coaches. So says an alliance of the country More...

Sports

Sooner than later

Former prep star Halzle headed to Oklahoma

The following message was recently posted on the website www.soonerfans.com. More...

Lady Lancers struggle against Moorpark

Fourteen games into the 200506 basketball season under new head coach Greg Adams, the Thousand Oaks High girls More...

Still reeling from the San Diego Chargers More...

Editorials

The people of Thousand Oaks have lost a friend

Public officials will say a final goodbye to Edward L. Masry at 6 p.m. tonight at city hall in Thousand Oaks, but it More...

Real Estate

This Charming Home Is In A GreaLocation With Mountain Views From A Large Private Lot

This charming 3-bedroom, 2-bath home is in a great location with mountain views from a large private lot. More...

Tim Star

Congratulations to Tim Star, who was recognized for his achievement in the Re/Max OTB Estates Oak Park/Agoura office as a company-wide top producer for November. More...

Upper Level Uni

This upper-level unit has an open floorplan with large wrap around balcony, spacious kitchen with breakfast bar, large walk-in closet in master bedroom and newer central air and heat. It More...