February 24, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Health & Wellness

Try a free thermal massage

The Ceragem Thermal Massage System is now available in Thousand Oaks. More...

Ten steps to good health

Many of us make health-related resolutions, such as to lose weight, stop smoking or join the neighborhood health club. While it is common to set high goals, experts say that setting smaller goals could do more for our health. More...

Gamma knife newest tool in battle against cancer

For some, the expression More...

Schools

Youth can explore math, science at conference

On Sat., March 11 more than 800 students, primarily girls in grades five through nine, will have an opportunity to investigate career options in math, science and technology at the American Association of University Women More...

Elementary schools can access art education funds

The Ventura County Arts Council has announced that the Arts-in-the-Classroom MiniGrant Program is offering grants to Ventura County public elementary schools through the support of the John and Beverly Stauffer Foundation and Target store More...

Girls invited to apply for AAUW scholarships

The Simi Branch of the American Association of University Women is accepting applications for college scholarships open to senior girls who plan to attend an accredited four-year college or university full time in the coming fall. More...

Faith

Catholic parishes to offer classes for adults, teens

During the church season of Lent, the Catholic parishes of East Ventura County will offer More...

Editorials

Please vote on Tuesday

Almost every voter would undoubtedly agree with us on More...

Real Estate

Nearly 1,700 Sq. Ft. Home Located on Cul-de-sac

This Newbury Park house is in a cul-de-sac near schools, shops and a park. The 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath home has a separate office/ studio and possible RV parking. More...

2-Bedroom Condo on Upper Level

This Thousand Oaks single level condo is in a popular upstairs location with large balcony-type front porch. At this price, you won More...

North Park vote is near

Officials, residents still argue merits, pitfalls of the plan

After years of negotiations, the Moorpark electorate will finally vote for or against Measure A6, the North Park Village and Nature Preserve development proposal, on Tuesday. More...

What is North Park?

North Park is a 1,680 home development proposed for a 3,544 acre property northeast of Moorpark. More...

Ruben Castro Human Services Center slated

About 10 people gathered around the conceptual drawings of the proposed Moorpark Human Services Center at Maria More...

Community

County cops support the Special Olympics

For more than 20 years Ventura County law enforcement agencies have been raising tens of thousands of dollars annually, allowing Ventura County Special Olympics (VCSO) to offer year round sports training and competition to more than 800 individual More...

Standing up for his opinion

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Mentoring group helps youth learn about handling finances

HELP IS ON THE WAY—Elizabeth Alaniz works with Nina Alonso, who came to the United States from San Luis Potosi, Mexico a year-and-a-half ago. More...

Business

Holistic veterinary office now open

The Holistic Veterinary Center has opened in Calabasas. Owner Dody Tyneway, DVM, will focus on incorporating acupuncture, veterinary chiropractic, herbal, homeopathic and nutritional therapies into treatment plans. More...

Credit union donates food, funds

Members of the Ventura County Credit Union raised more than $5,500 and donated more than 300 pounds of food to help feed the hungry through a recent food drive. More...

Sports

MHS baseball season nears

The Musketeer baseball squad will open preseason play Fri., March 3, against Chaminade in the Easton Southern California Showdown. More...

Moorpark Raiders headed to Bakersfield for AYSO soccer tournament

ADVANCING More...

Marmonte sends more than a dozen grapplers to Masters

CIF Masters Meet starts today in Fountain Valley

Thirteen wrestlers from the Marmonte League have qualified for the CIF Masters Meet beginning today at Fountain Valley High School. More...

Calendar

FRI., FEB. 24 Rock Concert in T.O. The bands Sky Walker, Fermata, The Bassix and Cicada will perform at More...

Letters

Claim your missing item

A generous patron donated a number of books to the Moorpark Library on Tuesday evening, Jan. 31. One of these books contained something extremely valuable that we More...

A firefighter opposes North Park

As I read through the many opinions regarding the North Park development issue I notice a very common denominator. Most people who express themselves are very passionate and emotional with their personal views. More...

Developer not responsible for water woes

Suzanne Wilson and Dorothy Ventimigla (Jan. 27 letters) are partly correct. The housing shortage in Santa Barbara was caused by More...