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Ventura County provides coronavirus updates and plans to reopen school districts

By Aleea Evangelista September 28, 2020

On Wed. Sept. 23, Ventura County reviewed their COVID-19 status and plans to reopen school districts as positive case rates decline. After six months of quarantine and stay at home orders, Ventura County...

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U.S. Coronavirus cases soar past 100k as Trump signs $2 trillion relief bill

By Ryan Bough March 28, 2020

On Friday, March 27 President Donald Trump signed into law a roughly $2 trillion Coronavirus stimulus bill in an attempt to add some much needed relief to the U.S. economy. The bill is the largest economic...

Moorpark Head Coach Kenny Plummer breaks the huddle at the start of the first playoff game against Riverside City College on Saturday, Feb. 29, at Moorpark College. Moorpark moves to round two of the playoffs after beating Riverside City 96-65. Photo credit: Ryan Bough

Moorpark Women’s Basketball championship run cut short due to the Coronavirus

By Nick Sweis March 22, 2020

The incredible season by the Moorpark Raiders (27-1, 8-0) and their 19 game win streak came to a devastating end last week as the 2020 CCCAA Women’s Basketball State Tournament was canceled due to...

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CDC confirms case of COVID-19 coronavirus in Ventura County, overall risk remains low

By Dominic D'Amico March 12, 2020

The CDC has confirmed the first case of the COVID-19, also known as the Coronavirus, in Ventura County. Officials in Ventura County stated that the patient in question had recently traveled from San Francisco...

A sign on Princeton Ave. in Moorpark, California  alerts people to follow social distancing measures during the coronavirus pandemic. Photo credit: Justin Downes

Supreme Court halts Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for large businesses

By Sulor Garretson February 13, 2022

Last month the U.S. Supreme Court blocked President Joe Biden’s COVID-19 federal mandate that required employees of large private businesses to be fully vaccinated or frequently tested for COVID-19....

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Moorpark College announces plans for classes to remain online until mid February

By Jane Walgren January 21, 2022

At the beginning of the spring semester, Moorpark College disclosed that courses would be held remotely for a limited amount of time due to the recent surge in COVID-19 cases stemming from the highly contagious...

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Governor Newsom aims for complete return to in-person K-12 instruction in the fall

By Aleea Evangelista April 19, 2021

On April 14, California Governor Gavin Newsom held a press conference to discuss the transition from distance learning to in-person instruction as California schools reopen for learning at Shepherd Accelerated...

The California Lutheran University sign greets passerby’s on Olsen Rd. in Thousand Oaks, on April 11, 2021. Photo credit: Ryan Bough

California Lutheran University hosts sociology professor and author for a virtual presentation on vaccine suspicion

By Marissa Roberts April 11, 2021

Sociologist Jennifer Reich, PhD has been studying vaccine suspicion in this country for more than a decade before the COVID-19 pandemic began. California Lutheran University hosted a virtual lecture via...

In this March 16, 2020, file photo, official March Madness 2020 tournament basketballs are displayed in a storeroom at the CHI Health Center Arena, in Omaha, Neb. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)

March Madness 2021 tips off with the “First Four” and heads to first-round games

By Brooklyn Stalo March 19, 2021

All the exciting basketball festivities of March Madness began this past weekend on March 14 with “Selection Sunday” in Indianapolis, Indiana. In this NCAA Division 1 men's basketball college...

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Ventura County residents share their experiences with the COVID-19 vaccine

By Andrea Lopez March 15, 2021

The COVID-19 outbreak in the United States has passed its one-year anniversary. The previous year has been nothing short of a rollercoaster for not just the U.S., but the entire world. After a year...

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Biden signs $1.9 trillion stimulus bill as he prepares for prime-time address commemorating the one-year anniversary of COVID-19

By Marissa Roberts March 11, 2021

President Joe Biden signed into law his proposed $1.9 trillion COVID-19 stimulus bill on Thursday, March 11, on the one-year anniversary since the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a global pandemic....

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The Senate passes $1.9 trillion COVID-19 stimulus bill: What’s in it and what’s next?

By Marissa Roberts March 9, 2021

The Senate voted 50-49 on Saturday to pass President Joe Biden's proposed $1.9 trillion COVID-19 stimulus bill, also known as the American Rescue Plan, with amendments and no Republican support. The extensive...

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