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Californian Republican Assembly Event October 28th

Californian Republican Assembly Event October 28th

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Ventura County Nurses Blow the Whistle on Crisis in Local Health Care

Ventura County Nurses Blow the Whistle on Crisis in Local Health Care

By Joel Kilpatrick . Ventura County nurses from differ­ent sectors and specialties are coming forward to blow the whistle on what they deem serious lapses in local health care practices, mostly related to COVID-re­lated protocols, “vaccine” mandates and politically and financially motivated bul­lying of medical staff, which these health care workers say is seriously compromis­ing […]

Oxnard, CA | Politicians Will Say And Do Anything To Get Elected

Oxnard, CA | Politicians Will Say And Do Anything To Get Elected

Opinion by Doug Partello A case in point can be shown with our upcoming District 2 special election, set for November 2, 2021. One of the candidates, Gabe Teran, appointed City Councilperson, is running for the one year term that completes the full term of the District 2 seat vacated by Carmen Ramirez. During a […]

Department Of Education Awards VCCCD Colleges Grants Of Nearly $10 Million

Department Of Education Awards VCCCD Colleges Grants Of Nearly $10 Million

Camarillo, Calif. (October 22, 2021)—Two Ventura County Community College District colleges have received multi-million-dollar federal grants to support STEM programs targeting underrepresented students interested in pursuing science, technology, engineering and math-related fields. A grant for Oxnard College totals $4,901,245, and the grant for Ventura College is $5 million. Both grants are for the period of Oct. […]

Ventura College Student Angela Duran Obtains Statewide STEM Scholarship

Ventura College Student Angela Duran Obtains Statewide STEM Scholarship

(VENTURA, Calif.) October 20, 2021—Ventura College computer science major Angela Duran is one of 11 students statewide to receive a $1,000 scholarship from the Chief Information Systems Officers Association (CISOA), a nonprofit organization supporting technology leadership in the California Community College System. Duran was one of the more than 150 applicants from 31 community college districts who […]

House Farm Workers! Welcomes New Executive Director Gabrielle Vignone

House Farm Workers! Welcomes New Executive Director Gabrielle Vignone

Ventura County – After an extensive search, the House Farm Workers! Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Gabrielle Vignone has accepted the position of Executive Director at the nonprofit and began her new position on October 1, 2021. Gabrielle Vignone joins the organization with over 13 years of comprehensive experience in the housing […]

County Mask Mandate Extended Begs The Question – Why?

County Mask Mandate Extended Begs The Question  – Why?

By Jennifer Amodei and Debra Tash On October 18th 2021, the County of Ventura issued a press release extending its mask mandate.  It moved the goalposts for removing the mandate, which on its face, excuse the pun, set up seemingly arbitrary benchmarks to remove the order. From the release: The order will continue to be […]

Ventura, CA | Board Of Supervisors Approves $12.7 Million To Fund All Eligible Businesses In Fourth Business Assistance Grant Program

Ventura, CA | Board Of Supervisors Approves $12.7 Million To Fund All Eligible Businesses In Fourth Business Assistance Grant Program

Ventura, CA – The Board of Supervisors has approved $12.7 million in funding for the County’s Business Assistance Grant program, totaling $70 million in financial assistance. Following an overwhelming response of 1,455 applications in the fourth round of the program, the additional funds will allow nearly 1,100 eligible businesses and nonprofits to receive grants. The […]

Santa Barbara County Supervisors Insult The Little People Who Bother to Show Up

Santa Barbara County Supervisors Insult The Little People Who Bother to Show Up

By Andy Caldwell Last week, I spoke about how government hearing chambers have morphed into echo chambers. As a way of reminder, the definition of an echo chamber is an environment in which people encounter only beliefs or opinions that coincide with their own, so that their existing views are reinforced and alternative ideas are […]

A New VOICE For Veterans When They Interact With Ventura County Sheriff Personnel

A New VOICE For Veterans When They Interact With Ventura County Sheriff Personnel

by Chris Bailey 18 October 2021, Ventura County California Ventura County Sheriff Bill Ayub has announced the Sheriff’s VOICE program, which stands for Veterans Outreach In Crisis Events.  The VOICE deputies will be first responders to a veteran in crisis and will draw upon their personal experiences and specialized training to build rapport and de-escalate […]

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