November 20, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

For the record

Left out of a report in last week More...

State of California helps guide donations

Officials from the state of California and the many relief agencies and organizations have expressed their gratitude for the immense outpouring of support for the victims of the California wildfires. More...

Business

Local company brings communications technology and community together

Bob Labelle, principal of Royal High School in Simi Valley, along with several other school principals in Simi Valley and Moorpark, was able to let parents know that school was canceled during the recent Simi wildfire by using an "innovative&quo More...

Moorpark industrial park changes hands

GVA Daum has announced that Westlake Village-based investors have acquired a fully-leased multi-tenant industrial building in Moorpark for $3.3 million. More...

Marketing firm donates $5,000

In celebration of its 10th anniversary, Mayerson Marketing & Public Relations has donated $10,000 to two Ventura County charities, United Way and City Impact. More...

Police Blotter

Nov. 15. A woman was arrested for driving under the influence at about 2:10 a.m. at Condor Drive and Princeton Avenue. She was taken to Los Robles Hospital for a blood sample and booked at the East Valley jail. More...

Faith

Thanksgiving baskets thru Holy Cross

Holy Cross will be collecting food for Thanksgiving baskets. Parishioners can help in the following ways: More...

Moorpark Presbyterian to present holiday musical production

Moorpark Presbyterian Church will present a Christmas musical titled "We Have Seen the Light" during regular morning worship services at 8:15 and 10:45 a.m. More...

Letters

Student’s life with budget cuts not that easy

After reading your article on how well Moorpark College was holding up to the budget cuts, I was compelled to give you a full-time student More...

Arnold has a big challenge

There they go again in California More...

Presidential library praises firefighters

The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum, in conjunction with the Ventura County Fire Department, will pay tribute to firefighters across Southern California with a Firefighter Appreciation Day on Sun., Nov. 23. More...

Fund created for agricultural housing needs

The Ventura County Community Foundation (VCCF) announced recently that a $250,000 grant has been received from Washington Mutual to create the Ventura County Fund for Farm Worker Housing, an initiative at the VCCF. More...

Community

Put magic in a childs life

Every one of us has been touched by someone, other than our parents, who introduced us to new worlds and brought a little magic into our lives More...

Habitat houses to become environmentally sensitive

Beyond providing for people More...

Free housing rights workshop for Moorpark

The Housing Rights Center, in collaboration with the city of Moorpark, will host a Housing Rights Workshop from 6-8 p.m. Thurs., Dec. 4 in the Citrus Room at Moorpark City Hall, 799 Moorpark Ave. More...

Sports

Moorpark Musketeers will be ready for tonight’s playoff opener

Acorn Sports Writer

Despite losses in its last two regular season games, the Moorpark football team is confident as it heads into a match up with Arroyo Grande, on the road, in the first round of the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Southern Section Division More...

Moorpark College loses finale

MICHAEL COONS/Moorpark Acorn RUNNING AWAY-Greg Morris of Moorpark College runs the ball against College of the Canyons during Saturday's game at Moorpark College. College of the Canyons won, 45-13. More...

CLU’s Fox sets receiving mark

It was a record-breaking day for the Cal Lutheran football team as it ended the 2003 season with a convincing 70 to 13 win over SCIAC opponent Whittier at Mt. Clef Stadium. More...

On The Town

Legend David Crosby to appear with CPR at Canyon Club

If folk rock pioneer David Crosby More...

New music reviews

Various Artists Trojan Nyahbinghi Box Set Trojan, 2003; rec. More...

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Columns

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Affording the holidays

Most of us have concerns about the biggest spending holiday of the year. Every October, along with the Halloween and Thanksgiving decorations, Christmas decorations and products are sold. More...

Editorials

Synthetic turf vs. a good education

The Moorpark football team has been tearing up the turf on the football field. That More...