September 13, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Health & Wellness

Diet debate is a meaty subject

Nutrition plan has gained in popularity

Life was very different 10,000 years ago. In those days, taking the family out to dinner meant forming a hunting party, not a trip to the Italian place down the street. In the millenniums since, much has changed. More...

Talks explore weight surgery

Los Robles Hospital and Medical Center will present an opportunity to learn more about the latest advances in weight loss surgery, also known as bariatric surgery, at two free events. More...

Sports

Musketeers ready to run wild

Moorpark cross country teams want to contend in tough Marmonte League

Moorpark High’s boys’ cross country team has to catch up with the girls. “We have a friendly competition with the boys’ team,” said Danielle Ip, a junior runner on the Moorpark girls’ cross country squad. More...

MHS football attempts to bounce back

The Moorpark High football team plays Frontier of Bakersfield at 7 tonight at home.  This is the third straight home game for the Musketeers, who are 1-1 after falling 15-9 to Palos Verdes last weekend. More...

Waves know how to handle ‘The Heat’

TALKIN’ BASEBALL—The Garciaparra Baseball Group Marucci Waves won the U-12 Division championship of the USSSA “The Heat” tournament in West Covina. More...

Faith

Parishioners prepare for a new church

Construction underway on Santa Rosa Road

The Rev. Gary Kyriacou will give his final liturgy at St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church near the Camarillo Airport this Sunday, Sept. 15. More...

Hadassah hosts Tupperware party

Simi Valley/Moorpark/Conejo’s Hadassah group, L’Dor Vador, will host drag queen Auntie Cassie Rolle at a Tupperware party at 1 p.m. Sun., Sept. 22 at the Sunset Gardens Clubhouse.  The cost is $5 per person. More...

On The Town

Backstage bungles bring laughs

Anyone involved in the theater knows about the goofs, flubs, faulty props and long rehearsals common to all productions. More...

Calendar

Calendar

FRI., SEPT. 13 Moorpark Women’s Fortnightly Club More...

Station salutes 9/11 victims

NEVER FORGET—Moorpark residents gather with Ventura County firefighters at Fire Station No. 42 on High Street early Sept. More...

Man pleads not guilty to sex crimes

At his Sept. 3 arraignment in Ventura County Superior Court, a 22-year-old Moorpark resident pleaded not guilty to possessing child pornography, luring a minor and extortion.  More...

Community

Cast your vote for top vacation photos

Attention all travelers: Voting begins today, Fri., Sept. 13 for the 2013 Take Your Acorn on Vacation Photo Contest.  More...

Police ask public’s help identifying crime victim

A man, possibly in his young twenties, was found dead in a Somis orchard Saturday morning.  Farm workers found the man in the 400 block of Price Road on Sept. More...

Residents can drop off e-waste

Business and residential ewaste will be accepted at a free electronic waste, household battery and fluorescent light collection event from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sat., Sept. More...

Schools

Double the fun at Flory Academy

ACADEMIC STARS—At top, Flory Academy of Sciences and Technology Academic Rodeo team members react as they each receive a certificate of achievement from Principal Tammy Herzog, left, and student principal of the day Olivia Parent, second from l More...

Models to strut their stuff for Casa Pacifica

The Casa Pacifica Angels and hosts Susan and Ken Bauer will present the 12th annual Spotlight on Style Fashion Show on Sat., Oct. More...

School assemblies provide anti-bullying message

Working at middle and high schools in Los Angeles Unified School District, Shaun Rumble, the new principal at Hollow Hills Fundamental, witnessed numerous incidents of bullying and displays of poor character by students.  More...

Police Blotter

Sheriff's Blotter

Aug. 24 A woman, 21, was cited for stealing two pairs of shoes from Kohl’s department store in the 800 block of Los Angeles Avenue. Aug. 26 Between Aug. 26 and 30, about $400 in accessories was stolen from a building on Rose Lane. Aug. 29 More...

Family

Let the senior games begin

ON YOUR MARKS— Above, Elaine McGovern reads the 2013 Moorpark Senior Games oath, which she wrote, for participants gathered for the opening ceremonies at the Moorpark Active Adult Center on Sept. 10.  More...

Family Men

ADHD speak  My 10-year-old son will fire 300,000 topics of conversation into your ear in less than 30 seconds. More...

Ride On hosts fundraiser

Ride On Therapeutic Horse- manship will have its fall fundraiser, hosted by Bren Simon at Rancho de Caballos in Hidden Valley, on Sat., Sept. 21.  The fundraiser starts at 4 p.m. with cocktails and hors d’oeuvres. More...

Letters

Bombing is not the answer

An attack on Syria now will be a war crime. It will be a war crime for all involved. It will be a war crime for those that encourage and propagandize, enable and order, and for those that carry out those orders.  More...