December 30, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Business

New facility provides urgent care for sick, injured children

Overcrowded hospital emergency rooms have been an ongoing problem in Ventura County. More...

Sports

Home-court advantage

MHS boys

After a 7-7 early season record, including a Marmonte League loss, the Moorpark boys More...

High school softball umpires needed

The Channel Coast Softball Officials Association is seeking officials to umpire high school softball games. More...

On The Town

Photo highlight of 2005—Full of hot air

READY TO POP More...

Soap opera star reveals struggle with misdiagnosis

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Cooking demonstration planned for seniors

Joyce Barnett will give a free demonstration on how to prepare salmon patties and some side dishes at 2 p.m. Tues., Jan. 10 at the Active Adult Center kitchen, 799 Moorpark Ave., Moorpark. Please RSVP early as space is limited. More...

Real Estate

Acreage And Views Of Santa Rosa Valley

This house in Thousand Oaks has nearly 1acre with views of Santa Rosa Valley, mountains and park and a top of the mountain setting that More...

Improve Your Home’s Electrical Safety

Home renovations add value. They also present a prime opportunity for an investment to improve a home More...

A Stunning Westlake Village Home

A stunning Westlake Village home with about 2,000 sq. ft. of luxurious living space. Every room is impressive. More...

Year’s top stories for Moorpark

The year 2005 brought tigers, lions, lynxes and even a mammoth to Moorpark. The city has a new police services center and it purchased the historic Theater on High Street. More...

Two homes catch fire during holidays

Two house fires broke out dur ng the long holiday weekend, according to officials with the Ventura County Fire Department. No injuries were reported in ei More...

Community college enrollment in decline for three years

A California Community Colleges report released Dec. 15 shows that fee increases triggered the last three years of systemwide enrollment declines among state junior colleges. More...

Community

CHP pursuit ends in Moorpark

Simi Valley resident Sean Joseph Johnson, 23, led the CHP on a pursuit that started in the Antelope Valley at about 8 a.m. Tues., Dec. 27 and ended in Moorpark. More...

Four arrested for stealing from vehicles parked in garages

After a four-month investigation, officers from the Thousand Oaks Police Department arrested four suspects who were allegedly involved in stealing valuables from unlocked vehicles that were parked in open garages. More...

What a great party!

RANDY THOMSON/Acorn Newspapers A VISIT FROM SAINT NICHOLAS More...

Schools

CLU president to take East Coast CEO position

Dr. Luther Luedtke, president of California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks since 1992, has accepted a position as president and chief executive officer of Education Development Center (EDC) of Newton, Mass. More...

School psychologists offer tips to promote resiliency in children

Resiliency is essential to success. Resiliency provides the ability to deal with life More...

Information nights scheduled for local schools

Residents of the Moorpark Unified School District may apply to enroll their children for grades K through 8 in any district school, regardless of attendance area boundaries, pending space availability. More...

Letters

A local soldier’s letter from Iraq

Happy holidays from Iraq! It More...

North Park sounds good for Moorpark

The more I learn about the North Park Village plan for Moorpark, the more I appreciate it, and feel inclined to vote yes on Measure A6 next year to approve the plan. More...