June 10, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Local fire stats

In Moorpark, the 2003 fire ravaged 2,000 acres, or 26 percent of the land within city limits. Two homes were lost on Gabbert and two in the Villa Del Arroyo mobile home community. More...

Health & Wellness

Sleep experts conclude that kids don’t get enough shut eye

A recent National Sleep Foundation poll on children More...

Health Fair offered from CLU campus this weekend

Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center will sponsor its ninth annual 50+ Health Fair from 8 a.m. to noon Sat., June 11 in the gymnasium at California Lutheran University, 60 W. Olsen Road, Thousand Oaks. More...

Schools

Walnut Canyon School honors campus heroes

Walnut Canyon School held an award ceremony on Fri., May 27 to recognize three employees and two students who were involved in saving a student More...

Child ID program offered at Apricot Festival

Ann Montoya of Farmers Insurance will be providing free child identification kits on Sat., June 11 at the Moorpark Apricot Festival and Street Fair on the Moorpark College campus. More...

Family

Historical Day a tradition at Chaparral Middle School

HAPPY PLATO More...

Karl Rove to deliver ‘The Reagan Lecture’

Karl Rove, assistant to the President, Deputy Chief of Staff and Senor Advisor to President Bush, will deliver More...

On The Town

Local blues band a rising star

The name Michael John and the Bottom Line may not be on the lips of every teenager, but the band is well known to those who love the More...

Bustin’ out

IN THE SPOTLIGHT More...

Columns

Subject: A page of history is worth a pound of logic

The title for this article is a quotation from Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. My 10th-grade history teacher, Anthony Ventresca, taught it to me and I have never forgotten it. More...

A good sports flick is like a good war flick: far more than two hours of relentless, testosterone-driven action. The best ones aren More...

Fire officials brace for long, hot summer

The heavy rain season brought colorful hills, but the greenery is dry More...

Moorpark High students capture scholarship money

Community members, businesses, organizations and institutions awarded $667,000 in scholarships to about 160 seniors at a Seniors Award Night last week at Moorpark High School. More...

Bursting out

FULL OF HOT AIR More...

Community

A job well done

A VOICE FOR THE YOUTH More...

American Legion post selects candidate

The American Legion Post No.502 of Moorpark has selected Kimberly Marie Tacke as the representative to Girls State, a civics and government program that brings together high school girls from all over the state to Sacramento to participate in civics More...

Ventura County projects funded

The House of Representatives recently approved more than $12.5 million for four energy and water projects in Ventura County that were championed by U.S. Rep. More...

Sports

Not going to reLAX

Part one of a two-part story on lacrosse

This past spring, Agoura High School More...

Adult summer softball league registration open

The city of Moorpark Community Services Department is taking registrations for Summer Adult Softball Leagues through Wed., June 15 or until each night is full. More...

Survivors celebrate life

IS IT REAL? More...

Calendar

FRI., JUNE 10

Celebrating Orchids Conejo Orchid Society hosts its annual show and sale, More...

Letters

Council should consider North Park more carefully

The front page news More...

Disappointed in paper for not covering car crash

I was sorely disappointed in the Acorn More...

Moorpark school district superintendent clarifies budget issues

Most of you have heard about the state budget issues and how they impact funding for education in California. More...