July 17, 2014 Edition
A social butterfly
Will teacher tenure ruling impact district?
Officials of the Moorpark Unified School District said a recent ruling by the Los Angeles Superior C...
Brownley widens campaign finance gap
California state Assemblymember Jeff Gorell gave incumbent U.S. Rep. Julia Brownley a run during th...
City’s bus program still stuck in the slow lane
The City of Moorpark is open to making adjustments to a three-year pilot program that began last Aug...
Time is now to apply for offce
Nomination papers for eligible candidates in Ventura County must be filed with the county’s Cl...
Dispose of hazardous waste at event
In an effort to curb illegal dumping on county roads, the Ventura County Public Works Agency urges t...
Powwow starts tonight
The 14th annual Redbird Children of Many Colors Native American Powwow kicks off tonight witha6p.m.o...
Raising the bar
An inch and a half. That’s the distance separating Victoria Plummer from breaking the nationa...
The Other Side of 50
The last taste to go I come from a family who loves great food. My maternal grandmother made the mo...
Heart disease program wins award
The Ventura County Health Care Agency has been awarded a $4.1-million Health Care Innovation Award b...
Discard unused medications at sheriff ’s station
The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office has collected over 2,830 pounds of unused and expired medi...
Learning a new talent
Chinese exchange students need homes
International Student Placements, LLC is seeking host families for Chinese exchange students from Tu...
Learning to parent takes many forms
I have heard many people exclaim, “Why isn’t there a class for parents? We all have to t...
Doubling down to beat cancer
Moorpark Girls Softball Association’s U-10 Gold team is enjoying a memorable summer. The all-s...
Pet of the Week
June 28 A man, 38, was cited for fleeing the scene of a traffic collision in the 300 block of Moorpa...
The Art of Being
Life: a wild ride on a universal roller coaster How do you think your life is progressing? Is it mo...
Arc celebrates 60 years of friendships and services
Sahjid Aguilar thought he would no longer have friends after he graduated from Channel Islands High ...
No wonder this show entertains
“The Marvelous Wonderettes” has only been around since 1999, but it seems like longer th...
The Movie Nut
Melissa McCarthy can be a very funny woman, but she’s not ready to drive a car or to carry a m...
Dance contest to spice things up at Salsa Festival
The 21st annual Oxnard Salsa Festival will take place from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sat. and Sun., July 26 ...
Boeing should clean up its mess
In the recent article "Boeing disputes findings of field lab contamination study," Boeing asserts th...
Grass strain saves water
This letter is in regard to the July 11 article “Calleguas asks customers to reduce water use....
City can help keep bicyclists safe
Kudos to the Moorpark Acorn for its recent editorial: "Bicyclists and motorists can live in peace." ...
Foot-in-mouth disease doesn’t have to be infectious
Politicians and pundits have long suffered from fits of foot-in-mouth disease. Many have survived th...
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