September 2, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Health & Wellness

Many options available for smile makeover

From subtle changes to major repairs, we can perform a variety of procedures to improve the smile. There are many techniques and options to treat teeth that are discolored, chipped, misshapen or missing. More...

Business

Moorpark firm helps company secure complex financing

Moorpark-based consulting firm Pathfinder Metrics recently completed a complex and unusual transaction that enabled them to secure financing for a client More...

Payroll tax seminar in

Simi Valley is free of charge

A Federal/State Basic Payroll Tax Seminar will be presented free of charge from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Fri., Sept. 17 at the East County Job & Career Center, 980 Enchanted Way, Simi Valley. More...

Sports

MHS returns to the gridiron

ARE YOU READY FOR SOME FOOTBALL?-Above, Moorpark senior QB Kyle Blum applies the stiff arm to an oncoming tackler. More...

Moorpark

Musketeers

Last season More...

Conejo Valley’s success stirs up memories of ‘96

The past two weeks the incredible run of the Conejo Valley All-Stars on the Little League World Series title has attracted attention all across the country, but nowhere more than right here inside District 13, where the now famous team got its start. More...

On The Town

Beat out that rhythm with Intrepid

Blowing it out just a week ago at Universal CityWalk's Hard Rock Cafe is Moorpark's own up-and-coming band, Intrepid. The group was invited to participate in a battle of the bands sponsored by radio station KROQ. More...

‘Oleanna’ opens drama season at Moorpark College

A self-congratulatory male professor on the verge of tenure and the furious female student who nails him to the cross of political correctness: provocative enough for you? More...

Density disturbs downtown property owners

A new housing tract in one of the oldest downtown neighborhoods gave longtime residents a fright Wednesday night at the Moorpark City Council meeting. More...

Moorpark straddles several active fault lines

Moorpark lies in a region with several active faults and is subject to the risks and hazards associated with earthquakes. More...

Community

College evacuates building during bomb investigation

At 10:45 a.m. More...

Community rallies to save the Theater on High Street

AN HISTORIC PERSPECTIVE-At left, William Maple talks to residents about saving the Theater on High Street during the Save the Theater on High Street Public Forum in Moorpark on Sunday. More...

Workshop will give boost to nurturers

It takes energy, awareness and dedication to care for and educate young children in today More...

Schools

New West Symphony receives grant from McDonald’s

In recognition of Thousand Oaks-based New West Symphony and their commitment to providing musical education programs for more than 500 local elementary school students from underserved areas, the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern California More...

Faith

Day of Conscience for the Sudan observed

The city of Moorpark recently held an interfaith observance of a Day of Conscience for the Sudan. More...

Missionary calling

PATRICK SHELBY Acorn Newspapers HEARTFELT-Tayden Tucker, holding Josh, 1, and her husband, Todd, holding Caleb, 3, will travel to Lily of the Valley, a small village orphanage in Kwazulu, South Africa on Sept. More...

Bikers storm ‘Miracle Mountain’ to benefit Tri-County Teen Challenge

Nearly 500 people, including 240 bikers, gathered on "Miracle Mountain" just off Highway 33 on Sat., Aug. 28 for the inaugural Tri-County Teen Challenge Benefit. More...

Letters

A list of

Bush

The president has been touting results as a reason to vote for him. He has had incredible results in his four years that give us a good idea of what we will face if he More...

Editorials

CV Little League ROCKS!

Newspapers are often criticized for hyping the bad news, underscoring the darker side of humanity and ignoring the positive stories in life. But even hardened journalists sometimes get to report a story that evokes happiness, warmth and joy. More...

Happy birthday, Moorpark Acorn

The Moorpark Acorn is one year old, and I would like to thank the editor and publisher for allowing me to be a part of it. Most importantly, I would like to thank you, the readers, and I hope that over the past year, I More...