News, sports, entertainment and opinions about the Moorpark College community

Moorpark College Reporter

News, sports, entertainment and opinions about the Moorpark College community

Moorpark College Reporter

News, sports, entertainment and opinions about the Moorpark College community

Moorpark College Reporter

Photo courtesy of the VCCCD photo archive.

VCCCD Board of Trustees Meeting Discussed COVID-19 Protocols, Student Wages and More

By Andres Garcia January 26, 2022

The Ventura County Community College District Board of Trustees held a virtual meeting on Jan. 18. The meeting covered topics such as COVID-19 restrictions and student worker wages. Public comments made...

Image Courtesy of VCCCD photo archive. Photo credit: Clepsy Hernandez

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

By Jane Walgren January 21, 2022
After two weeks of courses being fully online, Moorpark College has announced that remote learning will remain in place until Feb. 14.
Ventura County COVID-19 news from Tuesday, April 6, 2021.

Ventura County moves into less restrictive orange tier, allowing increased indoor capacities for restaurants, gyms, movie theaters and churches

By Ryan Bough April 7, 2021
Ventura County moves into orange tier which allows movie theaters, restaurants, churches and museums to have 50% capacity, and more.
The Ventura County Office of Education in Camarillo, Calif. remains closed on Friday, Dec.11. The office has limited visitations due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Photo credit: Leslie Mendez

California schools surpass 1 year of virtual learning due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic

By Amber Urban March 30, 2021
In March 2020, the state of California decided to shut down all public schools with in person learning. In Ventura County, this occurred a couple of days before Spring Break.
Image of the COVID-19 vaccination Courtesy of the European Pharmaceutical Review

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

By Andrea Lopez March 15, 2021
The Coronavirus outbreak in the United States is approaching its one-year anniversary. The previous year has been nothing short of a rollercoaster for not just the U.S., but the entire world.
Ventura County COVID-19 news from Wednesday, March 10, 2021.

Ventura County looks ahead to the red tier with in-house dining, increased vaccine eligibility and rent relief program

By Andrea Lopez March 14, 2021
On Wednesday, the county provided positive news at the COVID-19 press conference, which was held at Las Islas in Center Point Mall, one of the main vaccination sites.
U.S. President Joe Biden signs the American Rescue Plan. Photo by MANDEL NGAN / MCT

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, the one-year anniversary since the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a global pandemic. Stimulus checks are expected to be sent out to eligible Americans beginning this weekend.
California Governor Gavin Newsom speaking at Wednesday’s COVID-19 press conference on March 3 in Ventura County.

Ventura County prioritizes providing COVID-19 vaccines for essential workers and educators to safely return to school and work

By Hailey Garcia March 8, 2021
On March 3, Governor of California, Gavin Newsom was present in Wednesday’s press conference. The COVID-19 press conference was held in the Ventura County Office of Education vaccination site
The Raider football stadium remains empty on Saturday, Feb. 6, 2021 at Moorpark College. No sports competitions have been played at the stadium in over a year due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Photo credit: Ryan Bough

Moorpark Athletics will return to competition in April for the first time in over a year

By Kennedy Collier March 5, 2021
For approximately 347 days, the fields and courts of Moorpark College remained empty. No practices, no games, no teams. None of the benefits of a group of people coming together to achieve a common goal. A whole year is taken from them through no fault of their own.
image provided by the CDC

Ventura County begins moving into next tier for COVID-19 vaccinations

By Andrea Lopez March 2, 2021
On Feb. 24, 2021, Ventura County held the weekly press conference at one of the open COVID-19 vaccination sites, Ventura County Office of Education, in Camarillo. Kelly Long, Ventura County Board of Supervisors began the conference with great news of things the community can begin to look forward to, such as teachers being able to receive the vaccination, as well as the county stepping closer to the red tier within the next couple of weeks.
CAL Fire wildland firefighters return to their trucks after stopping the Erbes Fire in Thousand Oaks, CA. on Thursday, Jan. 14, 2021. The Erbes fire grew to 250 acres before forward progress was stopped. Photo credit: Ryan Bough

Firefighters successfully halt forward progress of the Erbes Fire at 250 acres

By Ryan Bough January 15, 2021
On Jan. 14, a brush fire ignited off of Erbes Road in Thousand Oaks near the 23 Freeway. The Erbes Fire was first reported at around 5 p.m and quickly grew to 250 acres.
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