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Oxnard Officials Fail to Respect Will of The People

Oxnard Officials Fail to Respect Will of The People

Guest Editorial By Doug Partello   It seems our City officials only respect the will of the people when they win a majority in their own elections, or win ballot measures they promote. The people spoke when the ridiculously high increase in wastewater rates were imposed, with then Measure M. They lost in court, then […]

Note to Readers: Citizens Journal Web Server Upgrade Schedule Completed 2-18-21 2:30 pm)

Note to Readers: Citizens Journal Web Server Upgrade Schedule Completed 2-18-21 2:30 pm)

By George Miller, Publisher   EDITOR’S NOTE: Now completed. Please let us know of any glitches. We will be upgrading the Citizens Journal web server for the fifth time in less than two years. The last ones were to upgrade capacity and reliability. After record reader volume of 350,000+ in January and continuity concerns with […]

Open Letter to VC Registrar of Voters: 37th District Election Numbers Don’t Add Up

Open Letter to VC Registrar of Voters: 37th District Election Numbers Don’t Add Up

    By Tom Cole Greetings Registrar of Voters Mark A. Lunn. I’m the campaign manager for Charles Cole for Assembly. We ran the recent 37th District election on issues like; more jobs, opening schools and business, limited government, no new taxes, support for police, protecting our Bill of Rights, vouchers and other libertarian and […]

Celebration of Oxnard Icon Ruth Baker Maulhardt’s 100th Birthday

Celebration of Oxnard Icon Ruth Baker Maulhardt’s 100th Birthday

By George Miller On Friday, January 29th, Mayor John C. Zaragoza presented a commendation to Ruth Baker Maulhardt on the occasion of her 100th birthday.  Mrs. Maulhardt has been a long time resident of Oxnard. See commendation, below….   If the items in the City Council commendation weren’t enough by themselves to be noteworthy, her […]

BulletProof Protection- Why Civilians Need It

BulletProof Protection- Why Civilians Need It

COLUMN By Imala Green Body armor is an essential piece of safety gear that law enforcement officers use as a part of their job. But it is no longer confined only to these professionals. You can now legally buy it as a law-abiding citizen, regardless of where you reside in the U.S., as long as […]

5 Top Reasons to Buy Ammo Online

5 Top Reasons to Buy Ammo Online

Column By Ruby Florin When it comes to purchasing items that relate to your hobbies and interests, you usually sort them into two. There are the items that you think are best examined in person before they’re bought, and there are those that you’d rather buy online because doing so is faster, cheaper, and less […]

Oxnard Council Appoints Gabe Teran as District 2 Interim Council Member

Oxnard Council Appoints Gabe Teran as District 2 Interim Council Member

By George Miller The Oxnard City Council held a long special meeting focused only on appointing an interim District 2 Council Member, finally selecting Fremont South Neighborhood Council Chair Gabe Teran. After initially indicating  a preference for 5 different candidates, the six on the council narrowed it down with some legal guidance from City Attorney […]

A Guide to Collecting Records After an Auto Accident

A Guide to Collecting Records After an Auto Accident

Column If you have been involved in a car accident, the first step is to take care of your health and rights. Legally speaking, you have a right to be compensated for your injuries, medical bills, lost wages, pain, suffering, and more. For your claim to be successful, though, you will need to present the […]

Oxnard Council to Appoint Interim District 2 Councilmember Thursday

Oxnard Council to Appoint Interim District 2 Councilmember Thursday

By George Miller On Thursday, Feb. 4, the Oxnard Council will appoint an interim District 2 Councilmember to fill the vacancy left by the resignation of Mayor ProTem Ramirez. Applicants: Barbarine, Lawrence Application Beranich, Justin Application Chavez, Pedro Application Dozier, Orlando Application Hartley, Tai Application Nanez, Lizanne Application Petris, Enrique Application Solis, Veronica Application Stewart, […]

Biden Executive Orders Break All Records

Biden Executive Orders Break All Records

By George Miller Just in his first 6 days, newly inaugurated Joe Biden signed 23 new executive orders- or at least that’s what the Federal Register log showed Friday night. But, they are behind on logging them. There is at least double that number signed so far. We hear he has signed over 50 already- […]

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