June 30, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Health & Wellness

Local foot doctor reflects on 20 years of practice

On March 1 this year I celebrated the 20th year of my Agoura podiatry practice. I know it's a clich, but how quickly the time has passed. More...

Oak trees still at risk of fatal disease

A plant disease commonly called Sudden Oak Death continues to threaten coastal forests in California and Oregon. More...

Physician helps patients with weight control

Dr. David Medway, originally from Woodland Hills, has opened a Thousand Oaks office for patients in need of weight management. More...

Schools

Alliance for the Arts announces scholarship program for music, dance

The Alliance for the Arts, the official nonprofit fundraising arm of the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, recently announced the creation and implementation of the Richard Carpenter Performing Arts Scholarship Program. More...

Moorpark College names new athletic director

Howard Davis has been named new athletic director at Moorpark College. Davis is currently athletic director at Pacifica High School in Oxnard. More...

El Camino Real alumni invited to reunion

The El Camino Real High School Class of 1976 will host its 30th-year reunion from Fri. to Sun., July 28 to 30. All classmates are invited. More...

Sports

Summer baseball camp at MHS is all about fundamentals

Even though Moorpark High head coach Scott Fullerton had to say goodbye to many seniors over the past month, he's now enjoying looking into the future. More...

Moorpark College hires Davis as athletic director

Howard Davis has been named the new athletic director at Moorpark College. More...

Much of Moorpark's '02 infield now playing professional ball

Every year Major League Baseball scouts look all over the world to find potential players for their respective teams. Those scouts might want to start focusing on one area in particular: Moorpark High. More...

Family

Keep trash secure in vehicle during travel

It's summertime and that signals the busy moving season. Waste Management of Simi Valley urges movers to "cover your load" when bringing debris to the landfill for disposal. More...

Guidelines for fireworks safety

Every year more Americans use fireworks as part of their summer celebrations. Across the country, 47 states now allow fireworks in one fashion or another. The injury rate, based on total pounds of fireworks consumed, has been declining. More...

Be smart about retirement

There's a growing trend among U.S. workers who change jobs: They're cashing out their retirement accounts. More...

Calendar

FRI., JUNE 30 Bard Arrives at CLU Annual Kingsmen Shakespeare Festival kicks off at 8 p.m. tonight on the campus of California Lutheran University, 60 W. More...

Columns

My favorite holiday

It's hard to believe that the Fourth of July will be here next week. More...

Prima donna No matter how much care and attention I give my roses, they still complain. More...

Help, anyone? Why isn't potty training a 2year-old as easy as they make it sound in all the books? More...

Downtown residents fear eminent domain

Despite reassurances from the city, some downtown residents still fear redevelopment, particularly if the plans include using eminent domain to target residential properties. More...

City considers plans for new Old Towne

Moorpark officials and residents look forward to having a central "heart" that gives their city a true hometown atmosphere. More...

Senator McCain visits Reagan Library

During his five-and-a-half torturous years as a prisoner of war in North More...

Community

Council sends new civic center design back to drawing board

Officials rejected the preliminary architectural design for the new civic center because the plans have some flaws, they said at a recent city council meeting. More...

Moorpark to celebrate early with July 3 fireworks show

The "rockets' red glare, the bombs bursting in air" will light up the skies over Moorpark a night early with aerial fireworks on Monday at the annual Fireworks Extravaganza at Arroyo Vista Community Park. More...

Fans swoon as the King croons

HEART THROB- Elvis Presley impersonator Raymond Michael of Moorpark belts out "Bridge Over Troubled Water" to an enthusiastic crowd during the Concert in the Park series at Chumash Park in Agoura Hills. More...

Business

Our Newest Members

Our Newest Members, flanked by Chairman of the Board Debi Aquino (L) and Board member Ben Gilbert (far right): Gary StinsonSavings Magazine, Janine Atkins Atkins Mobile Paralegal Services, Rick O'Bryant Direct Access International, Inc., St More...

June Breakfast Sponsor

Ken Barker of Coldwell Banker Real Estate More...

A panel of guests presented

"Marketing on a Shoestring" Ben Gilbert Welcome To The Neighborhood Magazine, Debi Aquino - Black Star Graphics, Bruce Rokos - Signs of Distinction, and Virginia Hayward - President/ CEO Moorpark Chamber of Commerce. More...

Pets

Remember pets while preparing for disasters

As the weather gets warmer, weather conditions can change quickly. Recent hurricanes taught us many hard lessons, but one of the clearest was that pets left behind in a disaster don't fare well. More...

Keep pets safe during fireworks

People enjoy fireworks displays, but the loud noises and bright lights often terrify dogs and cats. To avoid stressing pets, leave animals at home whenever fireworks are used. More...

Kids Rule

Library opens its doors to young readers

LOOK, MA! I'M IN THE SHOW- Aidian Selzer, 7, of Moorpark, along with a cast of fellow puppeteers, acts out the tale of the woman who ate the fly. More...

On The Town

Writers' club is seeking new members

The Ventura County Writers Club is accepting new members who are currently published writers or seriously interested in improving their craft through workshops and hearing from guest speakers who will provide writing tips and techniques. More...

Studio provides free training in TV production

Anyone with a creative mind and thirst for television can participate in Adelphia's free public access program. More...

Channel Islands Harbor to host July 4 activities

Channel Islands Harbor in Oxnard will be hosting its ninth annual Fireworks by the Sea celebration. More...

Editorials

Have plans for the Fourth? . . . Or the Third?

It's that magical time of the year again, the period from the end of June when school has let out and the days seem like they last forever-until July 4 when Americans celebrate their national birthday party until well after dark. More...

Real Estate

Situated Close To Community Park And Has Private Backyard With Pool And Spa

This house has a pool and spa in private backyard and is close to a community park. It has nearly 3,000 square feet of living space and 3-car garage. More...

Michael Rumbin

Dilbeck Realtors GMAC team of Westlake Village recently recognized Michael Rumbin for his combined listing and sales volume in 2005 with the Dilbeck Award of Achievement. More...

This Home Fronts To Open Space

This view home is in a cul-de-sac, high in the hills of White Cloud Estates, a gated community. The home fronts to open space for privacy with views of the hills, and the back has spectacular More...