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Bad Credit Hurting You? What You Can Do About It!

Bad Credit Hurting You? What You Can Do About It!

Advertorial By Ron Freeman At CreditWize we have one mission: To help as many people in our community as possible at a price people in our community can afford.  If you have $2500 to fix your credit, I can show you hundreds of companies online that will help you.  If you have $695 to fix your credit, […]

Volkswagen Exterminates The Beetle

Volkswagen Exterminates The Beetle

KYLE HOOTEN CONTRIBUTOR   Volkswagen had canceled the iconic Beetle after an 81-year run, signifying the end of an era for the German automaker. Since 1938, Volkswagen has produced over 20 million units of the vehicle, completing the final example at a factory in Mexico this week, according to NPR. “It’s impossible to imagine where Volkswagen […]

Richard Branson’s Space Tourism Endeavor Is Preparing To Go Public

Richard Branson’s Space Tourism Endeavor Is Preparing To Go Public

SARAH PRICE CONTRIBUTOR Virgin Galactic, English billionaire Richard Branson’s space-tourism endeavor, is almost ready for takeoff, the company announced. It is set to be the world’s first publicly traded commercial spaceline, and will be available to investors within the second half of 2019, Virgin Galactic said in a news release Monday. Virgin Galactic “has developed a set […]

Learn How to Get More Leads Through Digital Door Knocking!

Learn How to Get More Leads Through Digital Door Knocking!

Don’t miss this Social Media Marketing Seminar! Learn How to Gain More Leads Through Social Media Who doesn’t want more leads? Come to our Social Media Marketing Seminar on Tuesday, July 16th from 2-4pm at the CSMAOR Education Room to learn how to take advantage of using your Social Media to gain more leads and […]

National Federation of Independent Business | Commentary on Assembly Bill 5 affecting Small Businesses

National Federation of Independent Business | Commentary on Assembly Bill 5 affecting Small Businesses

SACRAMENTO, Calif., July 10, 2019—The following comments were issued by John Kabateck, California state director for the National Federation of Independent Business, and Shawn Lewis, NFIB policy director after today’s passage of Assembly Bill 5 by the Labor, Public Employment and Retirement Committee of the California Senate. The bill now moves to the Senate Appropriations […]

Democrats’ $15 Minimum Wage Bill Would Eliminate 1.3 Million Jobs, CBO Finds

Democrats’ $15 Minimum Wage Bill Would Eliminate 1.3 Million Jobs, CBO Finds

Andrew Kerr | Investigative Reporter   House Democrats’ proposal to raise the federal minimum wage to $15 per hour would most likely leave 1.3 million Americans jobless by 2025, according to a study released Monday by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO). Noting a “considerable uncertainty” about the impact a $15 per hour minimum wage […]

Board of Supervisors hears progress in county’s economic vitality

Board of Supervisors hears progress in county’s economic vitality

VENTURA, Calif. – The Board of Supervisors received a report in June on the implementation of the County of Ventura Economic Vitality Strategic Plan (EVSP). The plan provides a framework to support the county’s long-term economic vitality. “The County’s Economic Vitality Plan is intended to leverage the existing business support organizations, such as Economic Development […]

Upcoming Workshop – Creating an Effective PR Campaign

Upcoming Workshop – Creating an Effective PR Campaign

  Join us next week! Effective Communications: Creating a PR Campaign Dennis Baker DM Baker Media & Polis Assist, Inc.  Wednesday, July 10 9 – 11 a.m. Cal Lutheran – Oxnard Center 2201 Outlet Center Dr., Oxnard, CA 93036 Creating a public relations plan can be daunting. Questions PR professionals often ask include: am I ready to start […]

The Oxnard Convention & Visitors Bureau Announces Leadership Promotion and New Staff

The Oxnard Convention & Visitors Bureau Announces  Leadership Promotion and New Staff

Oxnard, CA – The Oxnard Convention & Visitors Bureau (OCVB) has made changes to its leadership team. Brittney Hendricks has been promoted from Marketing & Communications Coordinator to Director of Marketing and Communications.  Before joining the OCVB, Hendricks was a Technical Editor/Writer for MRS Environmental Inc. in Santa Barbara.  In addition, she worked in online […]

Like with the recent Summer Solstice – Citizens Journal Celebrated another Year of Publishing

Like with the recent Summer Solstice – Citizens Journal Celebrated another Year of Publishing

We’ve been in operation six years since starting publication of Citizens Journal- Ventura County, AKA CitizensJournal.us, AKA CJ, on June 21, 2013.  We want to thank our contributors, both financially and most assuredly, and we couldn’t be here without our writers, regulars like Sheryl Hamlin and Raven West to such extraordinary columnists like Victor Davis […]

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