April 14, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Lawsuit challenging High Street extention prevails

A Ventura county Superior Court Judge issued a judgment this week in favor of a group of Moorpark residents who want to preserve historic High Street. More...

Health & Wellness

Local Rotarians help combat polio in India

One child at a time, they march toward their goal. More...

‘Spring Fling’ to benefit Hospice

Loving Heart Hospice Foundation and West Coast Pizza & Pasta will host a family event to celebrate spring on Sat., April 23 and Sun., April 24. Free kids More...

New technology offer in Lasik treatment

Rajesh Khanna, MD, is offering Wavefront guided custom ablation Lasik. This technology permits the doctor to correct the eyes of patients who were not candidates for Lasik previously. More...

Faith

Houses of Worship

Community Christian Church, the Rev. Mike Wooley. 216 Moorpark Ave., (805) 529-3572. More...

Faith Briefs

Cornerstone Community Church will hold Sunday worship services at 9 and 10:30 a.m. and a prayer service 5:30 p.m. at the Moorpark College Campus Center, 7075 Campus Road. More...

Family

Chaparral Middle School holds CommunityFest 2005

NEW FACES FOR A GREAT CAUSE-Students from the 2004 CommunityFest clown around while raising funds for extracurricular activities at Chaparral Middle School. More...

On The Town

Show parallels life of Moorpark actress’ stepfather

When Rosemary Moffat of Moorpark comes onstage for her role in "Fiddler on the Roof" this Saturday at Camarillo Community Theatre, she More...

Soulful concert to cap Moorpark College’s Multicultural Day

The annual Multicultural Day will be from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tues., April 19 at Moorpark College, 7075 Campus Road. More...

"Sahara"

Least suited for: those who have to wonder why 100 machine-gun-blazing extras can More...

Editorials

Subject: Always something unexpected

Well, here we are on the brink of another baseball season so it More...

Voting patterns scrutinized by federal government

The U.S. Department of Justice is scrutinizing voting patterns in Moorpark. More...

Even cowgirls sing the blues

RANDY THOMSON/Acorn Newspapers I WANNA BE A COWGIRL- From the musical "Oklahoma," Emily Sanders performs "I Can't Say No," during Moorpark High School's Voices "A Salute To Musical Theater" last week at Moorpark High School. More...

Community

Tranquil Moorpark has a tough reputation with film production companies

The lovely little city of Moorpark has gained a tough reputation among those in the entertainment industry looking for places to capture on film. More...

Simi historian to speak at WINS meeting

The Women More...

Schools

A salute to Moorpark’s decathletes

IN RECOGNITION OF More...

Tsunami relief garage sale planned by students

The leadership class at Moorpark High School has scheduled a garage sale from 8 to 11 a.m. Sat., April 16 in the parking lot in front of the school More...

Sports

Moorpark’s man behind the mask

Cody Dee leads his team with confidence and composure

In the sport of baseball, where every pitch, every hit, every throw can mean the difference in a game, tensions tend to run a little high. More...

Musketeer boys’ tennis team can’t help but consider its bright future

The pieces are beginning to fall into place for MHS tennis team

Moorpark boys More...

Around the horn

Chris Tucker turns the double play before Scott Scherr of Agoura can break it up during last Wednesday's game at Agoura High School. MHS lost 7-3, its second straight defeat in league. More...

Letters

Consumers can influence the price at the pump

At the gas pump these days, the numbers spin like slot machines in Vegas. As the dollars quickly mount, some of us wonder where we More...

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Bush wants oil drilling in the Arctic Refuge

Once again, President Bush wants Congress to allow oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR). This position is in direct opposition to even the oil industry which admits that it will take 10 years before what little oil is there More...