June 12, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Health & Wellness

Take steps to protect against dog bites

Those who don’t believe dog bites pose a serious problem in the U.S. More...

Safety tips for baby’s room

When there's a little one on the way, certain small steps can make a big difference.  Industry expert Sally Morse offers the following hints on how to keep a nursery safe and secure.  The crib: Make sure all the slats are there and spaced n More...

Cancer talk

The UCLA Lecture Series will present a talk titled “Demystifying Cancer: Latest Research and Breakthroughs” from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Thurs., June 26 at Belmont Village Senior Living, 3680 N. More...

Police Blotter

Sheriff's Blotter

May 25  In the 200 block of Casey Road, two storage units at the Boys & Girls Club were vandalized with graffiti, causing less than $400 in damages. More...

Faith

New president tapped for seminary

St. John’s alumnus returns to lead next generation of priests

The Archdiocese of Los Angeles has appointed Monsignor Marc Trudeau to lead St. John’s Seminary as it continues its 75- year mission to educate and train Catholic priests from around the world for a vocation of serving the church. More...

Latin Mass celebrated weekly at St. Mary Magdalen

The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass/traditional Latin Mass is offered weekly at 10 a.m. More...

Calendar

Calendar

FRI., JUNE 13  Moorpark Women’s Fortnightly Club  9:30 a.m. at Moorpark Country Club, 11800 Championship Drive. Meeting focus: scholarship awards. Luncheon: $22. RSVP requested. Contact: Lynn Underwood. Phone: 805.552.4909. More...

New tests at core of title change

Accessing information on any subject at any time of the day or night takes very little effort in today’s digital world—knowing how to use that information productively is the real trick.  Tammy Herzog, the principal of Flory Academy More...

Battle over pension reform may be headed to court

County supervisors want to put hot-button issue before voters

A pension reform measure that could be headed to the November ballot has hit a snag just days after more than the required 26,000 signatures were certified to get the proposal in front of voters. More...

Community

CHP accepting applications for new officers

Enrollment period July 7 to 10

The California Highway Patrol will accept applications in July from individuals interested in a career as a CHP officer. The CHP is looking to hire cadets from a pool of applicants to fill vacant officer positions throughout the state. More...

An new app for animals

Ventura County Animal Services recently unveiled a new iPhone/ iPad application that includes detailed information on adoptable animals; allows users to report a lost or found pet, and acceptions donations to VCAS.  More...

Drawing Dad is easier than defining Dad

What is a dad?  The answer seems simple: a male parent. But those who are dads know the real answer is much more complex.  More...

Sports

A passing fancy

Some things never change.  Mel Brooks is a comedic genius. Charlie Sheen is a warlock. More...

Pets

Pet of the Week

FAMILY TIES—Bandit and Stella, both 3, are brother and sister pit bulls. The pair plays and eats together. They walk well on the leash, know a few commands and are friendly with people. More...

Family

It’s a jam session at Community High

CAN’T STOP THE MUSIC—At top, Community High School Principal Julian Gomez, left, and student Jose Castellanos get rockin’ during the inaugural band and alumni jam at the Moorpark school on June 6.  More...

On The Town

Arts center produces hilarious musical

Green plays role of a lifetime

The great thing about being a character actor in the theater is that you are never wanting for work. More...

Letters

Protect the right to bear arms

This letter is in regard to the June 6 letter “Strickland made the wrong call.”  More...

A salute to the Stars and Stripes

We’ve given our flag its own day: June 14.  I know what our flag stands for, and I recognize how many people have died to protect its honor; I’m not embarrassed when tears fill my eyes when our flag enters an arena or stadium.  More...