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Oxnard College Announces the Grand Opening of the Dream Resource Center

Oxnard College Announces the Grand Opening of the Dream Resource Center

Oxnard College is pleased to announce the grand opening ceremony of the Dream Resource Center at 3 p.m. on August 14. The ceremony will be at Oxnard College, 4000 S Rose Ave., Oxnard, in the Dream Resource Center. It is located in the Associated Student Government (ASG) Building, Room 109.  The grand opening will include […]

Informed Parents of California: Orange County parents go statewide

Informed Parents of California: Orange County parents go statewide

By Michael Hernandez Editor’s Note:  Information for this article was compiled from website posts made by California Family Council Director of Capitol Engagement Greg Burt. SACRAMENTO—Informed Parents of California (IPOC)—an Orange County parent group founded by Aileen Blachowski and Stephanie Yates is now serving as a statewide resource to inform parents on critical issues that […]

Senior Citizen Driver Education Class

Senior Citizen Driver Education Class

The Camarillo Police Station will be hosting a Senior Citizen Driver Education Class on Tuesday, August 27th at 5 p.m. The Senior Citizen Driver Education Class is a collaborative effort between the Camarillo Police Station, Camarillo Health Care District, Department of Motor Vehicles and our community’s senior drivers. The Senior Citizen Driver Education Class is […]

Election Integrity Project California Presents EIPCa Founder Linda Paine: Liberty and Freedom start with Lawful Elections- Aug 12

Election Integrity Project California Presents EIPCa Founder Linda Paine: Liberty and Freedom start with Lawful Elections- Aug 12

Election Integrity Project California AUGUST 12 EVENT MEDIA Advisory for August 12, 2019 – press are invited to attend Presentation:    Liberty and Freedom start with Lawful Elections.             Linda Paine, President and Co-Founder of Election Integrity Project California (EIPCa) will present issues of concern documented by EIPCa during the 2018 elections in California.  EIPCa […]

School Choice 2020 movement working toward a California ballot initiative

School Choice 2020 movement working toward a California ballot initiative

By Michael Hernandez   School Choice 2020 is a grassroots movement that proposes an amendment to the California State Constitution which will establish an Education Saving Account for every California student (K-12) as developed by California State Senator John Moorlach (R-37th district in Orange County) in Senate Bill 1344 (introduced on Feb. 16, 2018) which […]

Ventura County Health Care Agency achieves a net income of $6 million for the year, closes budget gap

Ventura County Health Care Agency achieves a net income of $6 million for the year, closes budget gap

VENTURA, Calif. – In an unaudited, year-end projected financial report set to be released on August 7, 2019, the Ventura County Health Care Agency is reporting a $6 million net income for Fiscal Year 2019. The Health Care Agency initially projected that it would experience a loss of close to $20 million in the same […]

Thousand Oaks | The 5G/4G Rollout has begun

Thousand Oaks | The 5G/4G Rollout has begun

Ventura County Issues Reform was started when a group of residents was squeezed into making a change. We saw the way our county was going. We were tired of feeling helpless and needed to act. We have been active in many issues but the immediate Wireless roll out of 9000 Small Cell facilities in Thousand […]

Ventura County Law Enforcement Explorer Academy Graduation

Ventura County Law Enforcement Explorer Academy Graduation

On Friday, August 2, 2019, 42 Law Enforcement Explorers from the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office, Simi Valley Police Department, and the Santa Paula Police Department graduated from the Ventura County Law Enforcement Explorer Academy during a ceremony held at Rancho Campana High School in Camarillo. The graduating Explorers completed three weeks of training that introduced […]

National Night Out 2019 – Ventura on Tuesday, August 27, 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm

National Night Out 2019 – Ventura on Tuesday, August 27, 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Registration is now open for National Night Out. Ventura neighborhoods are invited to participate on Tuesday, August 27, 2019. National Night Out is a national effort to celebrate neighborhoods and strengthen community relationships with local police departments. Ventura residents are invited to get together with their neighbors to plan an event in their neighborhood. Residents […]

Ventura College Foundation Adds Two Board Members

Ventura College Foundation Adds Two Board Members

Ventura, Calif.—The Ventura College Foundation Board of Directors approved two new board members at its June 26 meeting. The new members are Stephen Kipp and Nuris Dante. Kipp, president and CEO of Kipp Financial Group before retiring last year, previously served on the foundation board. His firm was the prior investment management advisor for the […]