September 25, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Arroyo/coastal cleanup a huge success

On Sat., Sept. 20 from 9 a.m. to noon, 110 Moorpark residents participated in a cleanup of a section of the Arroyo Simi as part of the "creek to coast" inland waterways aspect of California Coastal Cleanup Day. More...

Health & Wellness

Free booklet on Alzheimer’s available

Thousands of scientists, health care providers, families and volunteer organizations are seeking ways to manage, treat and, perhaps, eventually prevent Alzheimer More...

Course offers memory-sharpening techniques from UCLA Center on Aging

Ever forget the word you want to use or where you put your car keys? Do you and your friends joke about "seniors moments"? More...

Adult CPR/first aid course offered

American Red Cross of Ventura County will present "Adult CPR with First Aid," a course that teaches rescuers how to treat cardiac emergencies, breathing emergencies, choking and first aid skills, from 9 a.m. More...

Sports

High

School
Sports
BeatMoorpark
Musketeers
remain undefeated

The Moorpark football team coached by Tim Lins improved to 2-0 on the young season after a convincing 36-17 win over Ventura last Friday night in a game played at Moorpark High School. The previous week, the Musketeers had defeated Nordhoff, 32-6. More...

Family

Town talent shines at auditions

Two local middle-schoolers join the ranks of "The Nutcracker" at the Kavli Theatre in December. Pacific Festival Ballet announced full casting Tues., Sept. 23. Two weeks of auditions were held in mid-September. More...

Moorpark Recipes from Friends of the Library

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State Farm Ribbon Cutting

Celebrating the grand opening and ribbon cutting of Linda Rummelhoff's new State Farm Insurance office at 530 New LA Ave., Suite 106 are, from left to right. More...

Columns

By Brent E. McCoy

Moorpark is one of the safest small, (for a little while longer, anyway), cities in the country. Everybody knows that. Mayor Hunter is always quick to point that out, and well he should. More...

Handicapped exempt from parking restrictions

Cops told to
stop ticketing

The Moorpark City Council considered a policy revision Sept. 17 to exempt disabled and physically challenged citizens from the city More...

Daydreaming about dinosaurs

MICHAEL COONS/Moorpark Acorn 'ONCE UPON A TIME, A LONG TIME AGO'-Jessica Tapia, 3, listens to a story about dinosaurs while resting her head on her mom's leg during storytime at Moorpark Library on Tuesday. More...

Community

Country Days Grand Marshal entertains troops

Ashley Jay, this year More...

Theater On High features R&B for Country Days

Due to a bout with food poisoning, Rosie and the Originals will not be the headlining entertainment at the Theater On High Street for Saturday's Country Days. Replacing Rosie and the Originals will be R&B artist Al Willson. More...

Moorpark Library holds Country Days book sale, plus

Moorpark Friends of the Library operates a store inside the Moorpark Library that features used books for sale and is open during normal library hours. The library is at 699 Moorpark Ave. Books may be paid for at the circulation counter. More...

Police Blotter

Sept. 16. A bicycle was reported stolen from a garage in the 1400 block of Loyola St.. The value of the theft is estimated at $300. Sept. 17. An armed robbery was reported to take place at about 11:50 a.m. More...

New Moorpark Sheriff’s Blotter a challenge to collect

Senior Dep. Ed Tumbleson of the Moorpark Police provided information on the armed robbery. A station spokeswoman provided additional entries via telephone. More...

On The Town

"Two Rooms"

A Play by Lee Blessing

"Two Rooms" opened Wednesday at Moorpark College More...

Letters

Very impressed

We read your newspaper on the Internet and were very impressed with the first issue. Since we lived in that general area for many years and were familiar with the issues it was doubly enjoyable. More...

Getting involved not avoidable

For the past 10 years or more, the various planning commissions and city councils have almost never rejected a developer More...

Not happy with letters on national politics

With the Moorpark Acorn just one issue old, we already had someone using it as an outlet to trash the President and the war in Iraq. This is absolutely pathetic. More...