May 11, 2007 RSS feed / Front Page

Moorpark mom busy with work and family

While Mary Linn Daehlin supports, teaches and inspires countless families through her work, she always makes time to fulfill the needs of her own family first. More...

Health & Wellness

The wedding issue Now that we are entering the season of weddings, several memorable ones come to mind. There was the one where the wedding party wore black formal attire with Converse shoes and their dog was the guest of honor. More...

Exercise program for those with arthritis

The Arthritis Foundation, Central Coast Branch is offering two exercise and support programs in the Simi Valley area that are designed for people living with arthritis. More...

Business

Find expert help when needed

Every year in the United States, some 500,000 plus new businesses are started, mostly by entrepreneurs who are beginning their first companies. More...

Sports

MHS swimmers having fun again

Under Rose's leadership, athletes enjoy successful season

Moorpark High swimmers compete in events such as the 50 freestyle, 100 IM and 200 breast stroke, but the program as a whole has done a complete 180 this year. More...

CIF toughens transfer rules

After years of discussion and countless revisions, the CIF Federated Council has approved new statewide rules pertaining to the transfer eligibility of high school studentathletes attending CIFmember schools. More...

Devil Pup wrestlers win big in Clovis

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Faith

Houses of Worship

Calvary Chapel Tierra Rejada , Pastor Jim Olaiz. Peach Hill Clubhouse, at Rolling Knoll Road and Laurelhurst Road. (805) 407-5337 Church of Jesus Christ of Lat ter-day Saints, 15351 Benwood Drive, (805) 523-7057. More...

On The Town

Moorpark Country Club serving dinner with live jazz on the side

Moorpark Country Club has announced that Champions Restaurant is open for dinner and will present live jazz music every Friday during the summer. More...

Student artwork on display

Young at Art Studios will present drawing, painting and mixed media pieces in the 2007 annual student art show from noon to 2 p.m. Sun., May 20 at 330 N. Zachary, Ste. 106, Moorpark. More...

Cowboy fest gallops in town

Conejo Players Theatre will present the 2007 Conejo Cowboy Festival at 8 p.m. Fri. and Sat., May 18 and 19, at 351 S. Moorpark Road, Thousand Oaks. There will be preshow entertainment at 7 p.m. More...

Editorials

Moms- the unsung heros

In the past, the Moorpark Acorn has run editorials about the hurly-burly pace of working adults and their daily time-starved lives. More...

Cartoon

Full Story

What moms do all day

There was a request in last week's issue for people to write in and tell why your mother is special. I had already planned for this week's article to be about Mother's Day, but there is no way that it is going to be 100 words or less. More...

Swim sports could sink due to lack of coach

A group of local parents have threatened to take their children out of the Moorpark Unified School District unless officials hire a full-time coach for the Moorpark High School aquatics program. More...

Tiger saga ends with house arrest

The owner of the large Siberian tiger that prowled the Tierra Rejada Valley in early 2005 and was killed after a three-week hunt was sentenced to house arrest in a Los Angeles courtroom this week. More...

Community

Council approves High Street pepper tree maintenance plan

A three-year dispute between the city and a pair of business owners in downtown Moorpark is finally resolved. More...

Proud to be your newspaper

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College prepares students with lifesaving skills

Students who take the Emergency Medical Technician course at Moorpark College will soon be able to practice lifesaving skills in a state-of-the-art ambulance. More...

Schools

Impact II honors teachers

Moorpark High School instructors Ginger Brandenburg and Peter Daland earned the top award at the 15th annual Impact II teacher recognition dinner on May 2 at the Courtyard Marriott in Oxnard. More...

Science textbooks for review

The Moorpark Unified School District is in the process of selecting several secondarylevel textbooks for the upcoming science textbook adoption. The publishers include Pearson Education, Glencoe and McDougal Little. More...

A night at the museum

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Police Blotter

Unspecified items were stolen from a residence in the 9700 block of Los Angeles Avenue on April 25. More...

Family

Mother's Day plans "What do you want for Mother's Day?" I asked my wife earlier this week. "I don't need anything," she said. "Do you want to do something for Mother's Day?" I asked. "Anything you want to do, we'll do it. More...

Calendar

FRI., MAY 11 Really Big Show Fireside Concerts presents annual Ed Sullivan-like Variety Show, 8 p.m., Borchard Community Center, 190 Reino Road, Newbury Park. 11 acts by members of Southern California Songmakers. $5 donation at door. More...

Letters

Parks responds to greenbelt story

I'd like to correct a statement in your editorial on the Reagan Library and the Tierra Rejada Greenbelt. I did not say that annexing the Reagan Library would "threaten the Tierra Rejada Greenbelt Agreement. More...

American Legion says thank you

The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 502 wishes to thank you for your support and the article in the May 4 Moorpark Acorn . More...

Appreciation from Friends of Library

A big thank you for printing our Friends of the Library book sale notice in the paper last Friday, especially with such short notice. We did really well and I'm sure your paper had a lot to do with it. More...

Real Estate

Breathe Easy: Healthy Home Living Advice

When it comes to the health and well-being of a home and its owners, windows and doors can play a major role. A home's environment is an important part of a healthy lifestyle. More...

Large Home On Cul-de-sac

This 4bedroom, 2bathroom home is on a quiet culdesac in a neighborhood near schools and trails. There are views of Mt. Boney and Potrero Valley from several rooms. More...

Sterling Oaks 4-Bedroom House

This Sterling Oaks culdesac home has 4 bedrooms and 3 baths and was built in 1989. It has about 3,053 square feet and has upgraded travertine and wood flooring. More...