December 21, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Number of homeless may be underestimated

Living in unknown locations around Thousand Oaks is an invisible population that needs to be counted. And volunteers for Homeless Count 2007 will be asked to do just that on Jan. 23. More...

Health & Wellness

Blood drives in Thousand Oaks, Newbury Park

United Blood Services More...

When to ask a doctor about heavy periods

How can a woman tell if she should see a doctor because of heavy menstrual periods? Thousand Oaks gynecologist Thomas Van Geem said periods that are irregular and heavy should be investigated by a doctor. More...

Calendar

THURS., DEC. 21 Bring Toys To Improv Agoura High School More...

Schools

YMCA offers winter camps

The Conejo Valley and Triunfo YMCAs will offer winter camps during the upcoming winter school break for children in kindergarten through eighth grade. Triunfo YMCA camps will be Dec. 22 through Jan. 5. More...

‘High School Musical’ play auditions in Newbury Park

Stages Performing Arts, Inc. will hold auditions for children ages 7 through 15 for i t sspring performance of Disney More...

Sports

O happy day

Oaks Christian goes overtime to win CIF Division III state title

Stats can be deceiving, but the scoreboard never lies. More...

Westlake struggling without Williams

Girls

The frustration continues to mount for the Westlake High girls More...

Area volleyball players honored by CIF coaches

Several area standouts were recently honored by the CIFSouthern Section Girls Volleyball Coaches Selection Committee for their performances on the court this season. In Division III, a pair of La Reina seniors More...

Faith

Church of Religious Science announces holiday programs

The Westlake Church of Religious Science invites the public to the following upcoming activities for the holiday season. More...

Temple Etz Chaim displays menorahs

MENORAH MAGIC More...

Celebrate Christmas with Presbyterians

Westminster Presbyterian Church invites members and the public to special services for the Advent/Christmas season. All services take place in the church sanctuary and are free. The adult choir More...

Letters

War veteran gets replacement Bronze Star

After my letter to the editor was printed in the Nov. 23 Thousand Oaks Acorn ( More...

The U.S. knew the Japanese were about to attack

Your editorial on Pearl Harbor contains a misinterpretation of fact regarding our intelligence shortcomings with respect to the attack. Our intelligence was sharp. Prior to that date we had cracked Japanese codes. More...

Mailbox vandalism may be widespread

In the short three years that I More...

‘Merry Christmas!’

JOLLY GOOD TIME More...

City, schools, parks and developer swap land

A piece of property once designated for a continuation high school has been used in a land swap to provide Thousand Oaks with property for a permanent hazardous waste facility. The parcel wasn More...

Elks deliver gifts, food and toys

A SEASON TO SHARE More...

Community

Hyatt redesign approved

Big changes are coming to the Hyatt Westlake Plaza thanks to a redesign unanimously approved last week by the Thousand Oaks Planning Commission. More...

City, sheriff’s department share data to reduce accidents

The terrible sound of crashing metal, followed by an explosion, came without warning as Mary Yahalom, inside her 1987 Mercedes station wagon, waited to turn onto Hillcrest Drive from Erbes Road on the evening of Dec. 10. More...

Deadlines moved up due to the holidays

Deadlines for the Dec. 28 and Jan. 4 editions of the Thousand Oaks Acorn will be 24 hours earlier because of Christmas and New Year More...

Dining & Entertainment

Conejo Players hold auditions for ‘Schoolhouse Rock Live’

Conejo Players Theatre will hold auditions for More...

Orchestral group hosts fundraiser

Concertos with Orchestra, Thousand Oaks, a nonprofit educational organization that sponsors The CWOTO Orchestra, will present a series of piano recitals by alumni soloists. The recitals will be Jan. More...

choices. Kinda like in real life, Oh, how sinister, how devious some might say. the holiday season. Comes along I pondered skipping this one, yet another feel-good relationship having some preconceived notion movie featuring Hollywood More...

Business

EYE ON LOCAL AREA STOCKS

Prices are updated weekly from the Internet Wednesday at 1:00 p.m. PST. For accuracy check prices with your stock broker. More...

Pets

VISION IN BLACK AND WHITE More...

Police

Thousand Oaks A vehicle was stolen Dec. 12 in the 700 block of E. Avenida de Las Flores. Police responded to a burglary Dec. 12 in the 4000 block of Skelton Canyon Circle. A vehicle was burglarized Dec. More...

Family

Toys for boys

I don More...

Young voices ring for freedom

STATUESQUE More...

The Wellness Community welcomes new board members

Business leaders Harriet Wasserman and Frank Maguire have been selected to join the board of directors for the Wellness Community Valley/Ventura. More...

Real Estate

Dining Room Features A Built-in Buffet With A Granite Counter

This home has 5 bedrooms, 3 baths and is approximately 3,200 square feet. It is located on a lot that is about 32,000 square feet and zoned for horses. More...

Real Estate – An Individual Sport

There is so much drama about the real estate market today More...

Bob Majorino

Prudential California Realty welcomes seasoned agent to Westlake/North Ranch office Bob Majorino, broker/ owner of Prudential California Realty, welcomed veteran agent Scott Urquhart to the company More...