November 25, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

For the children

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Health & Wellness

Eating disorders and dental health

With 25 million men and women suffering with some form of eating disorder in the U.S., dentists are becoming the first line of defense in detecting this disease among their patients. More...

Pediatric reflux is a common disease

A baby or toddler might be more than simply a fussy eater. Each year, millions of children suffer from gastroesophageal reflux, a relatively common condition resulting from gastric contents in the stomach backing up into the esophagus. More...

Caring for pets can help troubled teens

Taking care of a pet could give some children a new leash on life. More...

Schools

Buy a tree to support school music programs

The inaugural Christmas tree lot to benefit the Moorpark High School band and color guard, along with other music programs in the Moorpark Unified School District, will open at 4 p.m. Wed., Nov. 30 behind El Polo Loco in the Maverick More...

Local business donates to school

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Faith

Moorpark United Methodist to host Christmas mission market

Moorpark United Methodist Church will host an Alternative Christmas Market from 10 a.m. More...

Called to the Torah

Meagan Freeman will be called to the Torah on Dec. 3 at Temple Etz Chaim in Thousand Oaks. She is the daughter of Steve and Ilene Freeman of Moorpark and is a seventhgrader at Chaparral Middle School. More...

Family

Music community bands together to help director

The local music community is reaching out to help one of its own. More...

Eat breakfast or brunch with Santa

Santa Claus will be stopping by the Arroyo Vista Recreation Center for the annual Breakfast and Brunch with Santa. More...

Agoura Hills gallery to exhibit student art

Graphaids Inc. in Agoura Hills will host a display of paintings by Moorpark College students during December. More...

Calendar

SAT., NOV. 26 Square Dancers Buckles & Bows Square Dance Club hosts plus level square dance with A-1 tip from 7 to 10:45 p.m. at Borchard Community Center, 190 N. Reino Road, Newbury Park. $6. (805) 499-2920 More...

Letters

Food Pantry offers thanks to community

The Moorpark Catholic Charities food pantry was at a record low on food for this Thanksgiving. More...

Valley fever a concern regarding new development

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Doesn’t understand marketing ploy

Earlier today, after answering the phone twice only to hear a dial tone, I was determined to answer the phone on the first ring to find out who was persistent enough to continue to call me without leaving a message. More...

23 Freeway project criticized, praised

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New mayor pro tem states her dedication to city, nature

The Moorpark City Council last week appointed Roseann More...

Community

Avoid fire hazards with holiday decorations

Holiday decorations give your home just the right festive touch, but they also pose a fire hazard. More...

Moorpark family participates in Katrina recovery

Helping others is a tradition for Pam Castro and her family. Castro, 53, along with her two children, Ana, 21 and Alejandro, 23, went to the Gulf Coast to assist with on site relief efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. More...

Teddy bear’s picnic

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Business

Financial service firm sponsors toy drive

Jennifer Loper, the local Edward Jones investment representative, is supporting the Moorpark Kiwanis Breakfast with Santa program by using her office as a drop-off site for this year More...

Dakota’s Great Steak House opens in new mall

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Chamber workshop announced

Abel Magana of the Small Business Development Center will present a workshop at the Moorpark Chamber for home-based businesses. More...

Sports

Moorpark’s ground game continues to steamroll opponents

Darrell Scott and Co. averaging 286 yards rushing per game at home this season

Moorpark head coach Tim Lins was quick to credit his offensive and defensive coordinators for preparing the Musketeers to perform well during last weekend More...

Royal water polo team gives valiant effort vs. eventual champion Dos Pueblos

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East Ventura County Bombers win Palmdale Tournament

The East Ventura County Bombers, an 8U club baseball team with members from Moorpark, Simi Valley and Thousand Oaks, won the Palmdale Super Series Tournament on Nov. 13. More...

On The Town

Holiday melodrama coming to High Street Theater

A Christmas Mighty Moorpark Melodrama, More...

Moorpark College to present music, dance performances

Moorpark College presents the following musical performances for December on the campus Main Stage. More...

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Columns

Subject: One more Thanksgiving

Yesterday was the third Thanksgiving since the More...

Real Estate

Custom-Designed Home With Pooin First Neighborhood Has Been Recently Remodeled

The stunning, 1-story First Neighborhood pool house was extensively rebuilt in 1999. More...