January 27, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Health & Wellness

Wildwood workout

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Physical therapy center helps patients with pain

Core Physical Therapy is dedicated to helping patients alleviate pain incurred as a result of an injury or an orthopedic condition. More...

Wellness Community receives donation

The Wellness Community Valley/Ventura recently received $8,250 from the Westlake Village and Woodland Hills branch offices of UBS Financial Services Inc. More...

Schools

Student performers are in spotlight

The Music Center of Los Angeles County has announced the More...

A job well done

BILL SPARKES/Acorn Newspapers THANK YOU More...

Nominations sought for nation’s top teachers

Nominations for the California 2005-06 More...

Faith

Guest speaker tonight at Congregation B’nai Emet

The following events will be held at the Congregation B More...

Research Jewish family tree

The Jewish Genealogical Society of the Conejo Valley and Ventura County (JGSCV), will meet from 2 to 4 p.m. Sun., Feb. 5 at Temple Adat Elohim, 2420 E. Hillcrest Drive, Thousand Oaks. The meeting More...

Letters

Limit growth on North Park

In response to recent letters accusing North Park opponents of More...

What really happened in Santa Barbara

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North Park planned for growth

Soon Moorpark voters will receive ballot arguments for Measure A6 about North Park Village. More...

Editorials

North Park offers benefits to Moorpark; vote ‘yes’

North Park will provide $80-million worth of fees to the city of Moorpark for improving local infrastructure and meeting other needs. North Park homes will contribute considerably to the city More...

Taxpayers should beware of ‘bond bombshells’

As governor from 1959 to 1967, Pat Brown presided over the most breathtaking period of public works construction in California More...

North Park advocates voice their support

At the Moorpark Chamber of Commerce breakfast meeting last Friday, North Park Village and Nature Preserve proponents discussed the reasons why they support the project. More...

Moorpark voting system under scrutiny

The voting system in Moorpark could change if a current Department of Justice (DOJ) investigation determines that minorities are not adequately represented in city government. More...

New police center officially opens

Officials and Moorpark residents gathered on Spring Street last Saturday to celebrate the city More...

Community

Growth at Moorpark College progresses despite lower enrollme

While a recent California Community Colleges report suggests that fee increases had triggered a decline in community college enrollment, Moorpark College anticipates an upturn in the coming decade. More...

Open solicitations for Valentine’s stories

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Moorpark police chief to retire

After 36 years of public service, Moorpark Police Captain Richard Diaz will retire from his job as chief of police at the end of March. He More...

Business

Free personnel seminar offered for employers

Dr. Mitchell Perry, president and CEO of JM Perry Learning Technologies, will present a free seminar, More...

Dealership to award scholarships

Mercedes-Benz USA (MBUSA), with support from Mercedes-Benz dealers nationwide including Calabasas Motorcars Inc. in Calabasas and Silver Star A.G. Ltd. More...

Sports

Adult flag football taking off in Moorpark

Old and young play for the love of the game

The slogan on the website of FastAction Sports proclaims More...

Local resident wins NFL Pepsi Punt, Pass and Kick Competition

TRIPLE THREAT More...

Sports lawsuits can be ridiculous

Ten strange sports lawsuits

In honor of Super Bowl XL, Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse (CALA) has unveiled its Top 10 craziest sports-related lawsuits of all time. More...

On The Town

Director named for new community art gallery

The city of Simi Valley, Department of Community Services Director Debbie Solomon and Deputy Director of Citizens Services Frank Catania have selected P. J. Bellini to open and run a new community art gallery. More...

College to present talent show

Moorpark College Associated Students will present its seventh annual student talent show at 7 p.m. tonight, Fri., Jan. 27 in the college Performing Arts Center. Thirteen acts are scheduled, including a female vocalist, punk More...

Classical quitarist to give concert in Simi

Virtuoso classical guitarist Michael Chapdelaine returns to the Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center for one night only at 7:30 p.m. Sun., Feb. 5. More...

Columns

Subject: And they’re off and running

The holidays are behind us, the weather is cooling off, and the debate on North Park is warming up. I More...

Boy Scouts to serve pasta feast benefit

Boy Scout Troop 611 and Venture Crew 9611 will host the fourth annual Authentic Italian Pasta Dinner from 4 to 8 p.m. Sat., Feb. 11 at Holy Cross Parish Center, 13955 Peach Hill Road, Moorpark. More...

Real Estate

4-Bedroom Home Features Two Fireplaces

This lovely 4-bedroom and 3-full-bathroom home built in 1995 has nearly 2,200 square feet. There is one bedroom with office built-ins and a full bath for guests. More...