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Good Morning Oxnard Show- News Segment 2-11-15

Good Morning Oxnard Show- News Segment 2-11-15

By George Miller This segment (2-11-15), host Peter Godinez interviews CitizensJournal.us Publisher George Miller on this week’s Oxnard news.  Topics covered were: Accrued employee leave balances resolution, major March 5 community meeting on priorities and “trust-building,” new well and recycled water pipeline at golf course, Asset forfeiture funds to Police Dept., cultural arts and Measure O […]

Brian Williams, NBC News anchor, suspended 6 months without pay for Iraq lie

Brian Williams, NBC News anchor, suspended 6 months without pay for Iraq lie

By Washington Times BREAKING NEWS

Update on missing, mentally disabled woman in Arroyo Verde Park: Found, reunited

Update on missing, mentally disabled woman in Arroyo Verde Park: Found, reunited

 Ventura Police Department   The Ventura Police Department Command Center received a call from the father of Nadia Noury reporting their daughter had run away from her family and into the canyon above the baseball diamonds of Arroyo Verde Park at approximately 1715 hours. Due to Noury’s mental health condition as reported by her parents, […]

Oxnard Council: Update on utilities projects, problems; $8MM settlement on downtown cinema suit

Oxnard Council: Update on utilities projects, problems; $8MM settlement on downtown cinema suit

By George Miller   Name Date Duration Agenda Minutes Video City Council Meeting February 3, 2015 03h 54m Agenda   Video    Utilities Update Report- $600-700 million needed Daniel Rydberg gave a report on the state of utilities- water, wastewater and streets in Oxnard. Staff Report: http://oxnard.granicus.com/MetaViewer.php?view_id=46&event_id=8&meta_id=146846 City utilities, along with public safety, are among the most vital […]

Ex-Brown adviser: ‘powerful interests’ run state

Ex-Brown adviser: ‘powerful interests’ run state

by John Seiler .

Ventura County Animal Services honored at Board of Supervisors: No Kill for 2014

Ventura County Animal Services honored at Board of Supervisors: No Kill for 2014

By Debra Tash At its February 3rd meeting the Ventura County Board of Supervisors recognized the combined efforts of Ventura County Animal Services (VCAS) staff and volunteers to turn area shelters to “No Kill in 2014.” Only 9% of the animals brought in are euthanized, those who are too ill or present a hazard to […]

There are monsters among us: Woman tells how she narrowly escapes deadly killer

There are monsters among us: Woman tells how she narrowly escapes deadly killer

By Diane Chavez I read with some degree of nausea the story of the woman that was attacked at Botanical Gardens in Ventura on January 25th 2015 while simply running alone while minding her own business! This girl is very lucky to have made it home! In 2008 I was also one of the lucky […]

President’s Proposed Budget—Breaks spending caps and hikes taxes

President’s Proposed Budget—Breaks spending caps and hikes taxes

Sen. Sessions’ comments on the White House budget proposal: “The President has sent another tax-and-spend budget to Congress. The budget busts the very spending caps he agreed to and signed, increasing discretionary spending by $74 billion in the first year alone. He also raises taxes by $2.1 trillion—once again increasing taxes to increase spending. This […]

Today is Chris Kyle Day in Texas

Today is Chris Kyle Day in Texas

VC Sheriff’s Foundation’s Luncheon: Ventura County one of the safest places as crime rate falls

VC Sheriff’s Foundation’s Luncheon: Ventura County one of the safest places as crime rate falls

The Ventura County Sheriff’s Foundation held its 5th Annual Sheriff’s Briefing at the Las Posas Country Club on January 30, 2015. Foundation President, Steve Lee, welcomed a large crowd and introduced Sheriff Geoff Dean. The Sheriff expressed his appreciation for the Foundation’s support and spoke of the importance of the ongoing dialogue between the men […]