October 17, 2014 Edition
Candidates have eyes on November
It was standing-room only on Sunday as Assemblymember Jeff Gorell and Rep. Julia Brownley, candidate...
Wide range of topics addressed at forum
Speaking to a gymnasium full of their supporters last Saturday, the two candidates for the 44th Asse...
Royalty is crowned
Elections app available
The Ventura County elections Division recently announced the launch of a new elections mobile app fo...
Motorist drives into Simiflood channel
A motorist is recovering after swerving off Cochran Street and landing in the Arroyo Simi flood chan...
Oktoberfest comes to Moorpark
90 years of football lore
Moorpark High School hasn’t always been a football powerhouse. Many Moorpark residents...
Hormone imbalance can be remedied to improve well-being
Every day, I speak to people who have taken all the right proactive steps to benefit their health. T...
Program offers green for your grass
The amount of water used to keep one person’s yard green may be just a drop in the bucket of w...
CLU dinner panel is all business
Business leaders are invited to the 2014 Mathews Leadership Forum at California Lutheran University ...
Former Moorpark College students embrace nontraditional theater
Two young Simi Valley women are on a mission to make theater “cool” again. Taylor Bradle...
Boys’ water polo team is making history
Evan Willrodt predicted that the Moorpark High boys’ water polo team would finish with a winni...
Horror business: No escape from Agoura
Pet of the week
Sept. 27 A woman, 56, was arrested for battering and injuring a child in the 14000 block of Reedley ...
Learn about Islam
The Islamic Society of Simi Valley will hold a Mosque Open Day from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sat., Oct. 18 ...
La Reina to welcome first class of sixth-graders
La Reina High School in Thousand Oaks will open its classrooms to sixth-graders starting in the 2015...
Golfers take a swing to benefit Christian school
Scareless My son, now 11 years old, used to be fearless. Then I took him into a haunted house one H...
Kiwanis greets new officers
No slowing down Sara Evans
Multi-platinum-selling country artist Sara Evans will perform at 7:30 p.m. Sun., Oct. 19 at the Kavl...
Center ’s open house is a hoot
The Ojai Raptor Center will host an open house from noon to 4 p.m. Sun., Oct. 26 at 370 Baldwin Road...
Group takes a step up with political humor
The Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza Foundation and local NPR affiliate KCLU Radio 88.3 FM are each ce...
Drive to library and see famous cars
Rare, historical and iconic cars from real life, TV and movies will be on display in the...
Angels know they’re appreciated
I read with interest Mr. Taylor Ready’s letter about being saved by two “angels.” ...
Amazed by how people think
I am astonished that the Acorn would print W.J. Farrell’s ridiculous letter and I challenge th...
Debate helped him decide
I knew little about Jacqui Irwin or Rob McCoy before attending the debate for state Assembly Distric...
Take action and vote Nov. 4
As a friend of Rob McCoy, it saddens me to see the negative ads that are coming out against him. Ro...
Life in the Single Lane
OXOXOXO I’m a hugger from way back. I like to greet people I know and often those I’m m...
Clothes make the traveler It’s not the holiday season yet. But when you see Christmas decorat...
On the Trail
Spying on spiders What appeared to be a bride’s tattered wedding veil was snagged on brittle ...
The OTHER Side of 50
Aligned in death Death is a certainty for all of us, but the “where” and...
Get involved with the city without running for office
Anyone who’s been out and about in Moorpark lately can’t miss the multitude of campaign ...
FROM THE EDITOR
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