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Congratulations to Citizens Journal Co-Founder & Editor Emeritus Michael Hernandez

Congratulations to Citizens Journal Co-Founder & Editor Emeritus Michael Hernandez

Press Release   We are pleased and proud to announce that Michael Hernandez has signed a contract to write for Epoch Times, the fastest growing- and we think- best national newspaper!   Mike has a long time background in journalism & education. He was Citizens Journal’s startup project manager, trainer and first editor-in-Chief. Mike worked […]

How to Use YouTube as Part of Your Customer Acquisition Strategy

How to Use YouTube as Part of Your Customer Acquisition Strategy

GUEST COLUMN By Abstract Ops   Customers are the foundation of every startup in the world. The whole world of business ceases to function and thrive without them. That’s why as a startup, you always need to develop new methods of continuously keeping existing customers while attracting new ones. Customer acquisition is vital for every […]

Rocket Scientist, Fundraiser and Surgeon Take Over Citizens Journal

Rocket Scientist, Fundraiser and Surgeon Take Over Citizens Journal

News By Citizens Journal Staff May 17, 2021, Oxnard, CA Citizens Journal was founded eight years ago by a group of Ventura County concerned Citizens and has grown to 160,000 readers and over 37,000 published articles. They did this to help address what they believed to be deficiencies in existing news media available in the […]

Still Another Brown Act Violation Claim to DA on Oxnard City Manager Nguyen

Still Another Brown Act Violation Claim to DA on Oxnard City Manager Nguyen

Column By Doug Partello   I filed a Brown Act complaint with the VC District Attorney …. ———- Forwarded message ——— From: Nasarenko, Erik <[email protected]> Date: Wed, May 5, 2021, 11:18 AM Subject: RE: Brown Act Violation To: Douglas Partello <[email protected]> Mr. Partello, Thank you for your email and for bringing the allegation to my attention.  I […]

Should Oxnard Take Over Ambulance Services?

Should Oxnard Take Over Ambulance Services?

Editorial     By Doug Partello The City presses forward with a $20M contract with Falck ambulance service, for three years,  $500K in equipment, and billing contract with Trident, when the court battle over their ability to go it alone is not yet resolved. So, the City is rolling the dice they will get a favorable […]

Mac Tip 101: Know the Distinction Between Save, Save As, and Duplicate in macOS Apps

Mac Tip 101: Know the Distinction Between Save, Save As, and Duplicate in macOS Apps

Column By Thaddeus MacHint If you’ve been a pro-Mac user for a long time you’re aware of almost all the Mac tips and tricks that solve user’s problems. But, there’s one thing that may challenge you. Your browser history is evidence of Save, Save As, and Duplicate. The Save option may feel pretty straightforward, but […]

What You Need To Know About Pressure Washer Accessories

What You Need To Know About Pressure Washer Accessories

Column By Kevin King One of the things you can do to enhance the curb appeal of your home is to give it a nice pressure wash. Residential pressure washers can clean just about anything, including concrete, vehicles, siding, and soiled patios. With the help of a gas-powered washer, you’ll be able to achieve a […]

Have You Just Received Your New Mac? Check Out These Ways To Personalize It

Have You Just Received Your New Mac? Check Out These Ways To Personalize It

Column By Techwhiz Buying any device with your own hard-earned money is a completely different feeling and when it’s about your first Mac then the excitement touches another level. Isn’t it right? Now that you have purchased your first Apple device, it’s time to start with the settings. You will definitely agree with us on […]

Tips on How to Become a Top Fleet Manager

Tips on How to Become a Top Fleet Manager

Column By Drew Allen While it is never easy being a fleet manager, there are certain behaviors and attitudes that you can adopt to become the best in what you do. If you want to excel as a fleet manager, here are some tips to do just that. Corporate Understanding The first thing you will […]

Oxnard Shipwreck- Ordered Destroyed

Oxnard Shipwreck- Ordered Destroyed

By George Miller On Thursday, a 27′ vintage wooden Chris Craft cruising boat transiting from Ventura to Channel Islands Harbor lost power and ran hard aground on the beach at Oxnard Shores, south of 5th St. It is uncertain why the craft wasn’t anchored properly after problems occurred. People aboard escaped safely to shore. Eric […]

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