October 19, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Cash rolls in for T.O. council candidates

City Council candidates were required to file another form disclosing their campaign contributions with the city clerk's office by Oct. 5. More...

Health & Wellness

United Blood Services to conduct donation drives in Thousand Oaks

United Blood Services is conducting several blood drives in Thousand Oaks. More...

Health bioidentical hormone lecture coming

Elaine Blieden, RPh, will speak about bioidentical hormone replacement at 1 p.m. today, Thurs., Oct. 19, at the Conejo Valley Women's Resource Center, 1459 E. Thousand Oaks. Blvd. in Thousand Oaks. More...

Substance abuse among students low

State Attorney General Bill Lockyer, Superintendent of Public Instruction Jack O'Connell and Kathryn P. More...

Calendar

Datebook

THURS., OCT. 19 Fun Time for Teens Teen Game Night for middle, high school youth. 7 p.m., Grant Brimhall/Thousand Oaks Library, 1401 E. Janss Road. Bring board or card games. Dance Dance Revolution on big screen. Free. More...

Schools

Music teacher undergoes gastric bypass surgery

Thanks to his many Westlake and Moorpark friends, local music educator Mike Gangemi recently has received the biggest gift of his life-his health. More...

High school students learn that the automotive industry pays well

FUTURE JOB?-- Front, from left to right, Fernando Lopez, 18, Danny Becerra, 16, and Chase Fearon from More...

ComputerCop protects kids

The Ventura County district attorney's office will begin countywide distribution of computer software called ComputerCop to help parents keep children safe from predators and harmful materials on the Internet. More...

Police

Sheriff's Blotter

Thousand Oaks On Oct. 6, police responded to a residential theft on the 100 block of Ventana Court. More...

Family

Learn your family's genealogy

The Ventura County Genealogical Society Inc. will host its annual seminar from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sat., Oct. 21 at the Ventura LDS Family History Center, 3501 Loma Vista Road in Ventura. More...

Fire in her future?

AT THE HELM- Tabitha Ebright, 4, of Camarillo may be contemplating a career as a firefighter. She was visiting the T.O. Rotary Club's annual Street Fair on Sunday. More...

Westlake Village plans breakfast, lunch and daylong activities for all

The fourth annual Westlake Village City Celebration will be 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sun., Oct. 29 at the Westlake Village Civic Center, 31200 Oak Crest Drive, Westlake Village. More...

Columns

Traits of a family man

What makes a guy a family man? With the help of some other family men-young and old-I put together this list of traits. You might be a family man if: More...

Real Estate

Enjoy Country-Style Architecture

European, countrystyle architectural details, such as a delightful stone entry turret, arched window niches, curved wood shutters, and columned balcony, have created this charming and warmly inviting estate home. More...

Katy Ho

Chuck Leko and Michael Schaller, owners of Century 21 Adoble Realty, congratulated Century 21 Associates for outstanding production for the month of September. More...

Andrea Healey

Frances Lewis, sales manager of the ColdwelBanker Westlake Village More...

Residents will be warned before trees come down

Sometimes a huge tree gets chainsawed so it won't interfere with the delivery of electricity. When trees and power lines have a conflict, one has to go. More...

Amgen awards $115,000 to Conejo Schools Foundation

The Conejo Schools Foundation has accepted a significant grant to benefit science programs in Conejo Valley Unified School District. This year, the organization is focusing on the advancement of science and technology in CVUSD. More...

Shooting for safety

ERASER MARK- Christopher Vego of Ray's Bow and Arrows shows Decin Sercu, 9, of Newbury Park how to shoot eraser-tipped arrows. Decin's mother watches, at left. The Thousand Oaks Rotary Club's annual Thousand Oaks Street Fair was held on Sunday. More...

Community

Incumbent again puts emphasis on environment, protecting open space

Her love for Thousand Oaks is the main reason Councilmember Claudia Bill de la Pe More...

New technology assists in burglary arrests

After a digital printing business in Newbury Park was broken into and computer equipment was stolen in April and June, the Thousand Oaks Police Department installed advanced burglar alarm equipment. More...

Political ad revisited one last time

Two issues ago, City Council candidate Bob Wilson ran an advertisement in the More...

Dining & Entertainment

Silent vampire film 'Nosferatu' to screen at St. Patrick's Church

The 1922 silent movie, "Nosferatu" will screen at 7:30 p.m. in the sanctuary of St . Patrick's Episcopal Church, 1 Church Road, Thousand Oaks. More...

Los Angeles Auto Show to debut new car models

The Los Angeles Auto Show's "A New Beginning" opens Fri., Dec. 1. It will offer a first look at more than 1,000 of the newest automobiles, including 15 cars making their worldwide debut. More...

National Park Service presents fine art exhibit

The National Park Service will present a fine art exhibit featuring watercolor, charcoal and pencil drawings by Sam S. Banagas at the Satwiwa Native American Indian Culture Center weekends only from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Sun., Oct. 29. More...

Sports

The Acorn's High School Football Game of the Week

Oaks Christian Lions (6-0) vs. Oak Park Eagles (6-0)

Contrary to popular belief, Bill Redell and Dick Billingsley actually like each other. More...

Weekend Schedule

Westlake at Thousand Oaks Friday, 7 p.m. Newbury Park More...

Marmonte Standings

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Pets

Pet of the Week

JOE COOL- Zippo, a 6-year-old male beagle, needs an adult owner. Zippo can be adopted More...

Faith

Rabbi to teach study group

The Conejo Jewish Academy sponsors a Wednesday afternoon study group from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. at the academy, 30345 Canwood St., Agoura Hills. More...

Sermon announced for United Methodist Church of Westlake Village

The Rev. Gary Alan Dickey's message will be "Biblical Principles of Money Management" Sun., Oct. 22 at the United Methodist Church of Westlake Village, 1049 Westlake Blvd., Westlake Village. More...

Temple donates school supplies

Temple Etz Chaim families recently collected school supplies for those affected by the summer bombings in Israel. Students of Temple Etz Chaim religious school collected 12 boxes of school supplies in September. More...

Letters

Bill-de la Peña and Wall will protect the environment

A wise person once said that the only thing constant is change. More...

If you like T.O., remember who made it that way

The hue and cry by the negative members of our community is "do not appoint to fill vacancies on City Council." In the 42 years I have resided in Thousand Oaks, not only has the council appointed members to fill vacancies, so have the Conejo Rec More...

Citizens win with Fox

As the former president of the Conejo Oaks Property Owners Association and a longtime resident of Thousand Oaks, I am writing to give my highest recommendation to Councilman Andy Fox. More...

Editorials

It's the 'silly season'-Take everything with a grain of salt

Welcome to the "silly season." That's another way to describe the final throes leading up to the first Tuesday in November. More...

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