September 16, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Girls working together

KEN BAHR/Acorn Newspapers KIDS HELPING KIDS-Girl Scout Troop 455 spends time with children from the RAIN Project at the Build-A-Bear store in The Oaks mall. More...

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

Take advantage of free financial information on the Web

Good financial advisors are worth every cent of the fees they may charge. More...

Sports

Musketeers head north for redemption after dis-Hartening loss

Once Hart High More...

Tonight’s contest

Going into tonight More...

Moorpark (0-1) at

Ventura Cougars (0-1)

7:30 p.m. More...

Letters

Water district doesn’t belong in highway business

The Moorpark water line project is now estimated to be completed at the end of next month. It is to extend to Spring Road. No word has been spread as to a new project, sometime in the future, to go east of Spring Road. More...

Gorell will vote for Strickland

With enthusiasm and pride, I am casting my vote this November for Audra Strickland, candidate for the 37th Assembly District. More...

Man held for domestic violence

A Moorpark man was booked into Ventura County Jail yesterday on charges of attempted murder and acts of domestic violence. More...

North Park nears blessing from Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy

As the Moorpark City Council scrutinized the North Park Village and Nature Preserve proposal on Wednesday, the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy, the Fox Canyon Ground Water Management Agency and the Moorpark School District largely endorsed it. More...

Group petitions to save Theater on High Street

Several speakers conveyed their hopes to save the Theater on High Street during the public comment portion of Wednesday More...

Community

Amtrak train strikes woman on tracks

A Moorpark woman was killed last Friday afternoon when a westbound Amtrak train struck her on the tracks just west of the Virginia Colony. More...

Actress arrested in Moorpark

Tracey Gold Marshall, a series regular in the ABC comedy, "Growing Pains," was arrested in Moorpark earlier this month on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol. More...

Designing the day

The designing young women of Moorpark Cadet Troop 455 will receive the Girl Scout Silver Award for community service next Friday evening. More...

Schools

Study compares spending in similar school districts

Donald Zimring, deputy superintendent of Las Virgenes Unified School District (LVUSD), recently presented to the board of education a Comparative Analysis of District Income and Expenditure (CADIE) report. More...

Faith

A spiritual call

SACRED SOUNDS-Rabbi Richard Spiegel of Temple Etz Chaim in Thousand Oaks blows the shofar (ram's horn) in anticipation of Rosh Hashanah, which began at sundown on Wednesday. More...

On The Town

Local documentary to screen in area theaters

"Home Grow More...

Dinner theatre offers murder on its menu

The Gypsy Players and the Grand Vista Hotel are presenting unique dinner theatre entertainment with "The Addams Family Mystery." This is not he ususal dinner theatre fare, where the audience has dinner and then watches the show. More...

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Editorials

What goes through

the mind of a tagger? More...

Subject: A different perspective

I find it interesting that several people can see the same thing and each person can come up with a different interpretation. Sometimes this can be good, and sometimes this can be bad. More...