July 1, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Health & Wellness

SCAN Health Plan now serves seniors in Moorpark, Simi

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Free health assement offered for seniors

Ventura County Public Health Nursing will offer free health screenings by appointment for seniors age 55 and up from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. More...

Schools

School plants seeds of knowledge

While schools increasingly focus attention on basic reading, writing and arithmetic, some teachers at Mountain Meadows Elementary School were concerned that other important lessons were being left out. More...

Faith

New PFA president named at Hillcrest Christian School

Ben Hernandez has been named the new Parent Faculty Association (PFA) president for 2005-06 at Hillcrest Christian School in Thousand Oaks. Hernandez previously served on the school More...

Calendar

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The Bard at CLU Kingsmen Shakespeare Festival features More...

Letters

Republicans vigorously defended

Mr. Nelson writes his letter directed at More...

North Park opponents rally again

Join us and other concerned residents regarding the negative More...

Editorials

Downtown business owners need to get involved on city’s committee

Moorpark needs input from its downtown business owners and residents, and it needs it now. More...

Quotes to Chew On

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Assemblywoman Strickland addresses local concerns, issues

Assemblymember Audra Strickland (R-Moorpark) supports the governor More...

Plaque recommended for local soldiers killed in combat

As the Fourth of July approaches, people nationwide are reminded of the countless heroic sacrifices made by American sol More...

From coma to diploma, young man graduates with the help of his team

He suffered from a traumatic brain injury two years ago and now he More...

Community

City considers Theater on High Street purchase

High Street may be on the verge of a long-awaited rebirth if all goes according to plan. More...

Suspect arrested for 2004 shooting

An gang-related arrest has been made in a seven-month-old Simi Valley attempted murder case. Alexander Lerma, 22, of Moorpark was arrested by Simi Valley police at 3 p.m. More...

Moorpark Food Pantry needs donations

The Moorpark Food Pantry, operated by Catholic Charities, is asking residents for assistance in providing any type of canned goods and food to help the needy. More...

Sports

Was it me, or was there a general lack of enthusiasm for the Belmont Stakes? Is it possible that the only interest in the Triple Crown races comes if there is a possible winner? The fact that there hasn More...

Moorpark to host two District 13 tournaments over the next two weeks

By the luck of the draw, four local youth baseball teams will all take the field July 5 for the start of four separate district tournaments. More...

On The Town

Karaoke comes to Moorpark

Local high school student talent will kick off the premier karaoke night from 6 to 10 p.m. Fri., July 8 at the downtown Grinder Restaurant. Music will be provided by disc jockey JmyO. More...

Getting into character

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Gypsies in a Trunk to present ‘Sleeping Beauty’

Gypsies in a Trunk will con tinue their 11th season of the More...

Columns

I was going to skip this one because an update of a More...

Real Estate

Premium Lot in Gated Community

This 4-bedroom, 3bath home is at great location at the end of a culde-sac featuring a downstairs bedroom/office. Other features include a family room adjacent to the kitchen, breakfast room, and formal dining room. More...

Contemporary Oak Park Townhome

Pride of ownership is reflected in this 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath Oak Park contemporary townhome. Upgrades include extensive maple hardwood flooring. More...

Majestic Trees and City Views

This quaint home has majestic trees and city views and is in turnkey condition with loads of potential. More...