May 5, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Health & Wellness

Conejo Free Clinic to host Women’s Health Fair

Conejo Free Clinic has scheduled its second annual Women More...

Breastfeeding support offered

La Leche League of Moorpark/Simi Valley offers mother-to-mother breastfeeding support and information to expectant women and new mothers and other interested women. More...

Business

California Superior Mortgage opens

   John Wotawa began his career in the mortgage lending industry in 1986 as a junior loan processor. Since then, he has worked continuously in the real estate lending industry. More...

Sports

Girls turn on the speed at county track championships

Ashlee Blunk, displaying reserved excitement, was content for a moment to lay in the pole vault pit and think about what had just happened. More...

Police Blotter

May 2. Between 5 p.m. on May 1 and 8 a.m. on May 2, someone broke into a locked Suburban in the 1000 block of Carmel Drive in Simi Valley. The thief stole a video player and broke a pair of prescription sunglasses. More...

On The Town

Beginner’s guide to the true West

Somebody ought to write "Cowboy Poetry and Western Music for Dummies." City slickers who don More...

Mesa Verde students to present ‘Annie’

Mesa Verde Middle School will present the musical "Annie" at 7 p.m., Fri., May 21. More...

Many Mansions Website requires overhaul

Many Mansions, a nonprofit provider of low-income housing for residents in East Ventura County, will unveil a revised Website this week. More...

City approves rate hike in development fees

Planning and processing fees to build in Moorpark are scheduled to increase this summer by about 13.5 percent for most projects. The city council voted 5-0 to approve the rate hike at its regular meeting on Wednesday night. More...

A menacing tennis maven

OMRI WAISMAN/Moorpark Acorn A NEW SPIN-Brett McNulty of Moorpark puts a strong spin on the ball as he holds on to win 6-2 in last week's match against Simi High. More...

Community

Decision on trees put off

A court date regarding the removal of five High Street pepper trees was postponed Wednesday. Judge Thomas Hutchins will hear the matter on May 19 in the Simi Valley Superior Court. More...

New shared campus receives early okay

A new campus to be shared by the Ventura County Community College District and the Conejo Valley Unified School District has cleared the first of two hurdles. More...

Photo

KIM RAMSEYER/Moorpark Acorn SYMBIOSIS-Dr. Robert Fraisse, superintendent of Conejo Valley Unified School District, and Dr. More...

Schools

Local students shine at Ventura County Science Fair

Students from area schools were big winners at the recent 50th Ventura County Science Fair, "50 Years of Discovery." More...

Pets

PET OF THE WEEK

Sponsored by Park Pet Hospital

Hershey More...

Faith

Chabad of Simi to host ‘Scribes and Scrolls’ workshop

Chabad of Simi Valley will host a "Scribes and Scrolls" workshop from 10 a.m. to noon Sun., May 9 at Rancho Tapo Community Park (off Lemon Drive), Simi Valley. More...