January 20, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

The heart of volunteerism

WORKING WITH A SMILE- Leisa Ormsbee volunteers her time last Saturday assisting with some final set details for the upcoming gala grand opening of "True Love Ways--The Legend of Sleeping Beauty (sort of)" at The Theater on High Street in Moorpark. More...

Health & Wellness

Los Robles gets first digital X-ray technology in Ventura County

Los Robles Hospital and Medical Center will no longer do X-rays of diagnostic images on film, but will replace that process with a new digital X-ray technology. More...

Young dancers jump to help theater fundraiser

A group of local girls will stage a Renaissance dance number to introduce the king and the queen at the return of the Mighty Moorpark Melodrama tomorrow night. More...

Schools

Math Festival at Flory Academy

Who among us has fond memories of their algebra teacher? Very few of us do, and that is why the math whizzes at Flory Academy of Sciences and Technology, 240 Flory Ave. More...

Calendar

FRI., JAN. 21

Telescopes Are Topic

Members of the Ventura County Astronomical Society will conduct a new telescope-user More...

MON., JAN. 24

Full Story

North Park stalemate frustrates council

City council members at Wednesday More...

City awards design contract for human services center

The city council on Wednesday awarded a $59,620 contract to HMC Architects to design the site and create a building concept for a one-stop human services center. More...

Moorpark Unified School District strives to balance demographics

To create individual school sites that evenly represent diverse populations, the Moorpark Unified School District Board of Education is studying projections for student growth in the city. More...

Community

Parents invited to consider school of choice/magnet options

Moorpark Unified School District (MUSD) is making school choice an option for kindergarten through eighth grade in compliance with state law. More...

Quotes to chew on

"Considering how dangerous everything is, nothing is really very frightening." More...

Moorpark airman lends a hand in South Asia tsunami effort

Families were split apart. Many lost everything they had when the tsunami hit South Asia on Dec. 26. For the survivors, the only source of hope came from the U.S. Navy More...

Faith

Moorpark Presbyterian will break ground for new sanctuary

Moorpark Presbyterian Church (MPC) will break ground on its new $1.8-million, 550-seat sanctuary on Sun., Jan. 30. It will be built on the church More...

Editorials

When it comes to public education, don’t throw the baby out with the bath water

In Moorpark Unified School District, all schools (including magnet schools) are open to all students More...

Subject: It’s good to be king

I was watching television the other night and I heard someone complain that critics, columnists and the like only point out the things that are wrong without ever offering a solution or a plan. More...