March 25, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Health & Wellness

Big Brother or Sister can make a big impact

Interface Children Family Services encourages adults interested in making a positive impact on a child More...

Volunteers sought for hospice

Kaiser Permanente More...

Business

Body Circuit for Women tailors workouts for all levels

"Empowering women through fitness, health and strength," is a fitting tenet for Body Circuit for Women, a Moorpark business owned and operated by Jennifer Overholt with partners Kathryn Cvijanovich and Yvette Shafer. More...

Sports

Moorpark baseball team beats Calabasas, loses to Simi Valley

John Bostwick pitched six innings and earned the win as Moorpark improved to 2-0 in Marmonte League baseball and 7-0 overall by defeating Calabasas 9-2 last Friday at Calabasas. More...

Nobody asked me, but

By Terry Sciarrino More...

Pets

PET OF THE WEEK

Sponsored by Park Pet Hospital

Mystic More...

Faith

CLU conference topic youth crime, juvenile justice

The Segerhammer Center for Faith and Culture of California Lutheran University (CLU) will host its annual Faith and Life Conference on Sat., March 27. More...

Temple Adat Elohim to host Nar-Anon family group meetings

At 7:30 p.m. Thurs., April 1, Nar-Anon Family Group will hold its first meeting in Room 9 at Temple Adat Elohim, 2420 E. Hillcrest Drive, Thousand Oaks. Meetings will be each Thursday evening thereafter. More...

Editorials

Take a stand on animal cruelty

An incident of animal cruelty was reported this week. Several suspects who allegedly were operating a cockfight just outside of town were arrested. More...

A bad idea: Borrowing our way out of debt

By conventional analysis, the stunning and overwhelming passage of Propositions 57 and 58 has placed California on the road to fiscal recovery. More...

Subject: Moorpark Motor Sports

In my last column I mentioned the 18-wheeler races that often take place on Highway 118 between Moorpark Avenue and Lewis Road. A few people have asked about other events that may have escaped notice. More...

City presents goals and objectives

In a joint meeting on Wednesday night, the city council and planning commission further explored priorities, goals and objectives for the city of Moorpark in the coming year. More...

A rite of passage

LISA ADAMS/T.O. Acorn GIRL TALK-Susan Donovan spends some quality time with her 10-year-old daughter, Amanda, during a Mother and Daughter Tea at Walnut Elementary School. More...

Community

A magnificent military display

MICHAEL COONS/Moorpark Acorn CLEARANCE TO LAND-Students from Kester Avenue School and Pacoima Middle School in the San Fernando Valley listen to Ret. More...

Pepper tree talks leave lawsuit on a limb

With no olive branches between the city and the Whitaker brothers, a hearing remains scheduled for April 15 in Simi Valley Superior Court. Settlement talks broke down last week. More...

Girls focus on math, science and technology at area conference

The Thousand Oaks Branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) will host the 2004 AAUW Brighter Horizons conference from 8 a.m. to noon Sat., March 27 at Moorpark High School, 4500 Tierra Rejada Road, Moorpark. More...

Schools

Five financial aid myths debunked

In my position as a financial aid officer, I see many myths surrounding financial aid that are easily debunked. More...

Photo

WINNERS-The Wolfpack All-Stars Cheer and Dance teams from Simi Valley are winners of eight national titles this competition season, including three titles at the recently completed national championships in San Jose. More...

Spring break is a great opportunity for learning

"It More...

Police Blotter

March 22. Between 5:30 a.m. and 11 p.m., someone broke a car window at Hitch Boulevard south of Los Angeles Avenue. A Cannon camcorder and bag were reported stolen. More...

Family

Ventura county offers aid to domestic violence victims

Ventura County District Attorney Gregory Totten recently announced that the Crime Victims Assistance Program is now operating a Family Violence Prevention and Education Center for victims of domestic violence. More...

Easter fun planned at Reagan Library

The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum will host its inaugural Easter Community Event from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sat., April 3 at 40 Presidential Drive, Simi Valley. More...

On The Town

Musical event will benefit foster children

The group Ambrosia, vocalist/guitarist Kenny Rankin, singer/songwriter Lauren Wood and other musicians will perform at the "Have a Heart III" Music Heals fundraising concert at 7 p.m. More...

British farce on deck with Conejo Players

Conejo Players Theatre More...

Cinderella magic in Simi starting tonight

Santa Susana High School will present the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical version of "Cinderella" at 7 p.m. tonight, March 26 and tomorrow, March 27 in the multipurpose room at the school, 3570 E. Cochran St., Simi Valley. More...

Columns

Wishful

We were loping down Mulholland the other day, the dog and I, escaping a neighbor More...