January 12, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Something fishy will be included with T.O.’s children’s library

A 3,600-gallon saltwater aquarium will anchor the new children More...

Health & Wellness

You are challenged to get fit

Through Sat., Jan. 21, community residents and businesses are invited to participate in the inaugural More...

Tips offered for gathering your family’s health history

Ninety-six percent of Americans believe that knowing family history is important to their health, according to a survey conducted by the U.S. More...

Calendar

THURS., JAN. 12 Benny Goodman More...

Schools

Community Foundation gets donation of $10,000 from Sage

The Thousand Oaks-Westlake Village Community Foundation, established by the Thousand Oaks-Westlake Village Regional Chamber of Commerce, has acknowledged a donation of $10,000 from Thousand Oaksbased Sage Publications. More...

Elvis impersonator to help the arts at Cal Lutheran

California Lutheran University Alumni Association More...

Child safety program coming to Agoura Hills

John Robert Powers Academy will host More...

Business

Vyant hires new director New shoe store carries large sizes More...

Car company wants to know about heroes of all ages

At only 11 years of age, Suzie Tipton of Hendersonville, N.C., began changing the lives of special-needs children. Inspired by her own disability, Tipton created More...

Police

Newbury Park Vandals caused $250 in damages between 7:45 a.m. Jan. 2 and 10 a.m. Jan. 3 in the 100 block of Silas Avenue. More...

Family

Here are suggestions on how to talk to teens about sex

Talking to teens about sex and relationships is more complicated than ever. More...

Letters

Residents should demand a special election

Based on recent letters to the Thousand Oaks Acorn, More...

City’s automated phone system a nightmare

This is the second time that I have fallen for a grossly disappointing article in the More...

Editorials

Another reason to be angry as a voter in Thousand Oaks

The voters of Thousand Oaks have another reason to be angry this week. It turns out that the council majority isn More...

Special election costs provided to T.O. by county were too high

A special election in Thousand Oaks would have cost significantly less than the figures the city council considered last month in deciding to appoint rather than elect a replacement for the seat vacated by Ed Masry. More...

CVUSD superintendent accepts job with CLU

Conejo Valley Unified School District officials announced Monday that Superintendent Robert Fraisse will leave the district at year More...

Public safety topic of neighborhood watch meeting in Westlake

Several law enforcement professionals recently shared ideas on neighborhood safety at a meeting of the Westlake Ranch Property Owners Association. More...

Community

Two new T.O. planning commissioners appointed

Mortgage banker Tina Grumney and California Highway Patrol Assistant Chief Mark Lunn have been appointed to the Thousand Oaks Planning Commission. More...

Here’s a little history on Friday the 13th

What More...

Finnish heritage to be discussed

The American Scandinavian Foundation of Thousand Oaks and California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks are co-sponsoring a discussion about Finnish-American heritage at 7:30 p.m. Fri., Jan. 13 in the Nelson Room on the campus at 60 W. More...

On the Town

Concert to celebrate Mozart

The New West Symphony will celebrate Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart More...

Getty Center a popular destination

The J. Paul Getty Trust is an international cultural and philanthropic institution devoted to the visual arts that supports the Getty Conservation Institute, the Getty Foundation, the J. Paul Getty Museum, and the Getty Research Institute. More...

Sports

High octane hoops

Three former Lancers playing for Moorpark College men

In 1994 the Arkansas Razorbacks won an NCAA men More...

Panther girls’ water polo team gives Royal all they can handle

Newbury Park falls just short of upset, losing 9-7

When Royal High faces the Newbury Park Panthers in girls More...

Westlake girls’ water polo squad can’t match Agoura’s high-powered attack

Warriors lose to Chargers, 18-8

Game after game, the Agoura Chargers continue to prove they are well deserving of the No. 1 ranking in CIF Division IV girls More...

Faith

Retrace family roots through series

The Conejo Jewish Academy will host genealogist Werner Frank for a two-part lecture series on More...

Hear ‘The Sermon Nobody Likes

The Rev. Gary Alan Dickey More...

Expo to highlight Jewish summer camps

The Jewish Federation will host the Jewish Summer Camp and Israel Programs Expo from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sun., Jan. 22 at Valley Beth Shalom, 15739 Ventura Blvd., Encino. More...

Columns

Time for rose pruning When January rolls around, most people think about getting a clean start. Losing weight. Launching neglected projects. Dusting off the manuscript. Starting anew. More...

Real Estate

This Lovely Home Is Highlighted With A Private Balcony

This 3-bedroom, 2.5bathroom home is highlighted with a private balcony and has 1,200 square feet. There are all new wood-like laminate floors throughout, fresh and updated interior paint, raised panel doors, smooth More...

Sam Weiner

Sam Weiner, sales associate with the Coldwell Banker Westlake Village Promenade More...

Make Your Floor a Showpiece

Sometimes older is better (ask any wine connoisseur). But sometimes, new technology and techniques create a product that is better than the original. More...