June 3, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Good choices

D.A.R.E. GRADUATES More...

Video increases awareness of home electrical hazards

Making sure your home is More...

Health & Wellness

Seniors can save money with discount drug card

Richard, age 72, is grateful for his good health, but his ritual remains the same. Each month he fills his prescription to reduce his cholesterol and carefully cuts each pill in half to save money on his prescription drug costs. More...

Coping with the rigors of cancer treatment

The uncertainties surrounding the cancer treatment process can leave many feeling anxious or even overwhelmed. More...

Surgery improves outlook on local girl’s cancer treatment

Free Fourteen-year-old Breanna Pflaumer of Moorpark was diagnosed with inoperable brain cancer on Dec. 28, 2004. The Acorn is running updates on Breanna More...

Sports

Musketeers reflect on another winning season of Moorpark baseball

Good pitching and team chemistry were trademarks of last season

While the focus of the Moorpark High baseball team in the final weeks of the More...

Faith

Local congregation seeks help in assisting African kids

While many of us plan to take a relaxing vacation, spend time at the beach or take a cruise, some local residents will be using their summer vacations to help orphans in Africa. More...

Calendar

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Village Voices Sing Village Voices Chorale presents More...

Letters

North Park project, college’s traffic woes intertwined far too neatly

In the spring of 2002, Ventura County voters approved the passage of Measure S, which authorized $356.3 million in bonds to be paid to the Ventura County Community Colleges District. More...

Triple homicide killing spree ends in suicide

A two-day killing spree that shocked two of the nation More...

Man killed when trench collapses

A 34-year-old Oxnard man was killed Tuesday after a portion of a 17-foot sewer trench he was digging collapsed near the Arroyo River in a small industrial area on the 13000 block of Princeton Avenue in Moorpark. More...

EIR approved, vote on North Park draws near

The Moorpark City Council voted four to one this week to approve the North Park Village and Nature Preserve Environmental Impact Report (EIR). More...

Fillmore residents plan to paint the town

Armed with paint brushes and cans of paint, 75 Fillmore residents will paint and rehabilitate the Fillmore neighborhood on Main St. More...

Community

Foundations make police dogs their business

The technology used by 21stCentury police is amazing. Patrol cars are outfitted with the latest in communication equipment, mobile computers, radar guns, Global Positional Systems and even thermo-imaging cameras. More...

Instructor brings music to the masses

Steve Hagerty, an experienced musician who owns a guitar studio in Moorpark, loves to share the joy of making music with others. He developed a technique that enables his students to walk away from their first lesson knowing how to play a song. More...

Schools present music program

The Chaparral Middle School orchestra More...

Schools

Flautists present free recital

Flute students of all ages and levels, as well as the Conejo Valley Flute Society, will be presented in recital by professional flutist Toby Caplan-Stonefield of Westlake Village from 2 to 4 p.m. More...

Walnut Canyon holdsFamily History Day

Second-grade students from Walnut Canyon School, Moorpark, celebrated the sixth annual Family History Day May 20. More...

On The Town

Female jazz band to strut their stuff for KCLU

Maiden Voyage, led by saxophonist Ann Patterson, will be the featured group at KCLU-FM More...

Pickin’ & grinnin’

BLUEGRASS ETC. More...

‘Jailhouse Rock’ Christian musical opens in Ventura

Community Presbyterian Church (CPC) of Ventura and Morgan Creek Christian Academy of Oxnard present the family show More...

Real Estate

Enjoy Beautiful Mountain Views

Enjoy beautiful mountain views from this dramatic, updated Westlake Village townhome with about 2600 sq. ft. of living space, 3-bedrooms and 3baths. More...