September 11, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

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Sports

Moorpark hopes to unseat champs

Acorn Sports Writer

The Moorpark football team, under fifth-year head coach Tim Lins, comes off a season in which they pushed the Westlake Warriors football team to the brink last season but came up just short of upending Westlake for the Marmonte League championship. More...

So you want to learn

to ride a horse? More...

Moorpark High School JV/Varsity Football Schedule 2003 

Date Day Opponent Site JV Varsity

09.12.03 Friday Nordoff Home 4:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. More...

Family

Underwood Family Farm hosts fall festival

Underwood Family Farms celebrates the bountiful autumn season with a Fall Farm Festival that runs from the end of this month and throughout October. More...

Stilt riding in Moorpark

MICHAEL COONS/Moorpark Acorn STEADY AS SHE GOES-Shohna Hoskins, 13, practices balancing on stilts on Monday afternoon along Elderberry Avenue in Moorpark. More...

New West Symphony League hosts family picnic in park

New West Symphony League will host a family picnic from 4 to 7 p.m. Sat., Sept. 13 at Conejo Creek Park, North, 1379 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks. More...

Columns

By Brent E. McCoy

As I look around our city I see some wonderful things. I also see some pretty strange things and it occurs to me that there must have been some pretty interesting conversations going on. More...

Moorpark Acorn Sound off

Some people are critical of Moorpark city management and council for accommodating developers. What are your feelings on this issue? More...

"Thirteen"

Full Story

Latinos unify to fight loss of transportation

Members of the Latino community who live in downtown Moorpark attended the Moorpark Unified School District More...

Kickin’ in the park

MICHAEL COONS/Moorpark Acorn FASTER!-Courtney Worstell, 4, and her dad, Chris, run after the soccer ball while playing at Arroyo Vista Community Park on Monday. More...

Community

City council adds Los Angeles Avenue extension, but only to planning map

A new roadway was approved for the planning map in Moorpark last week despite the objections of some residents. More...

Volunteerism reaps favorable results for Cardservice employees

When people pull together, they really can move mountains More...

Regional Civic Alliance seeks local support

Representatives from the Regional Civic Alliance for Ventura County presented a report to the Moorpark City Council last week outlining their goals and encouraging involvement from the council and its city. More...

Pets

Squirrel of the Month

FEED ME-- Carol Carlson was visiting her sister in Plymouth, MN recently when she saw this cute little beggar standing otuside on the patio. More...

Faith

Top of the hill

MICHAEL COONS/Moorpark Acorn HOLY CROSS CATHOLIC CHURCH-Is located at 13955 Peach Hill Road in Moorpark. Mass is Saturdays at 5 p.m. and Sundays at 7:45, 9, 10:30 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. For more information, please call (805) 529-1397. More...

Shiloh: School’s always open

Pastor, Shiloh Church

School is back in session and for some that means sending our kids off to let the professionals educate our children. For most families, the school (whether public or private) does the lion More...

Letters

This ordinance needs to be revised

The following letter was recently sent to Moorpark Mayor Patrick Hunter. More...

Editorials

Welcome to the Moorpark Acorn–how can we serve you?

Welcome to the first issue of the Moorpark Acorn. We are committed to delivering each week apublication that will focus first and foremost on your community. More...

Guest Opinion

Moorpark

The city of Moorpark has enjoyed the distinction as the safest city in Ventura County for a remarkable 11 consecutive years. More...