March 17, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Teenager arrested for stealing an empty food tray

Two local parents were shocked when police arrested their 15-year-old son for felony burglary because he took a plastic tray from a local fast food restaurant last week. More...

Health & Wellness

Alzheimer’s Association presents informational class

The Alzheimer More...

Free health screening for uninsured women

Conejo Free Clinic in partnership with Kaiser Permanente-Thousand Oaks will host a free women More...

Japanese nursing students visit Moorpark Hospice

Twenty-four nursing students, their instructor, and interpreter from Sakado Tsurugashima Nursing School in Japan visited the headquarters of TLC Home Hospice, the Moorpark Health Care Center, and Loving Heart Hospice Foundation on Thurs. More...

Sports

Musketeers volleyball team suffers home loss to T.O. By Stephen Dorman
Special to the Moorpark Acorn

With a new head coach and only two players returning from last year More...

Nobody asked me, but

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Starting gun sounds for the first time

NEW POOL-Swimmers divide the waters of Maverick's Pool for the boys' 100-yard backstroke during last weekend's meet between Moorpark High and Thousand Oaks. More...

Letters

Big kitties have rights, too

I have three good reasons why the tiger should not have been killed. First, it was just an over-grown cat. Big kitties have rights too. I mean it didn More...

How can I help?

I, too, am terribly upset at the brutal attack of this beautiful animal that is almost extinct. We wonder why the tiger is a rare creature then humans kill at the first sight of them. More...

CROP Walk thanks community

I would like to take this opportunity to thank all those who walked in, contributed to, or worked at the 2005 Moorpark Hunger CROP Walk. More...

Local couple arrested in tiger incident

A couple who rented property for an exotic cat sanctuary in rural Moorpark earlier this year was arrested in connection with the tiger that wandered the hills and creek beds of Simi Valley and Moorpark and was shot Feb. 23. More...

North Park moves closer to ballot

Dozens of residents attended last week More...

Community

Man charged with elder abuse posts bail

Robert Young, the man who was arrested in connection with elderly neglect after Moorpark police found his elderly mother dead in her the Via Del Arroyo Mobile Home Park last month, is currently is out on $50,000 bail. More...

Ventura County Community College cuts will affect Moorpark College

The Ventura County Community College Board of Trustees, last week, voted to terminate more than a 100 faculty positions, eliminate academic programs and shut the doors of all the cafeterias in an effort to balance next year More...

Local ranchers, farmers not dramatically affected by recent rains

While strawberry and row crop farmers in the Camarillo and Oxnard regions lost a large portion of their spring crops to the recent overly-abundant rains, Moorpark farmers and ranchers didn More...

Business

It can take more than a will to make sure your will is done

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Many people don More...

Family

Soccer team hits winning stride

The Moorpark U10 girls All-Star Soccer team are the new Sectional Champions. After winning their area playoffs, this U10 team traveled to Bakersfield, where they were victorious in five games to claim the championship. More...

Nominations accepted for Teacher of the Year

The Moorpark Youth Activities Committee is seeking nominations for their ongoing Teacher of the Month program. Honorees receive a gift basket or evening out as a gesture of appreciation for their hard work and dedication to students. More...

City boasts handy website

The city of Moorpark offers a comprehensive website that provides access to city government information without a trip to city hall. More...

On The Town

Sharpshooting rivals battle on T.O. stage

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If you like the adventurous Old West, this musical More...

Art Center celebrates Spotlight Awards

The Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center Foundation will present the Third Annual Spotlight Awards at the "Puttin More...

"Robots"

"Robots" is a dizzying, dazzling piece of cinematic eye candy, a breathless rush of computer animation at top form. This is an undeniably beautiful film, a stunning rendition of shape and texture and motion. More...

Editorials

A time for healing, a time for justice

State and federal authorities were the targets of contempt as a result of the escape, capture and shooting of Tuffy, the Siberian tiger. The people expressed their outrage when the animal was killed. More...