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Political Bias in Our Schools

Political Bias in Our Schools

. . By Manuela Walter . It is well known that many of our universities have an extremely liberal political bias, where professors somehow feel the need to tell their students about their personal political opinions, which are generally very left-leaning. We have now experienced this in our own backyard. Since the November presidential election, […]

Oxnard Landscape Maintenance Districts Town Hall

Oxnard Landscape Maintenance Districts Town Hall

By Dan Pinedo An OXNARD LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE DISTRICTS TOWN HALL was held at the Oxnard Performing Arts And Convention Center on April 7, 2017. The city of Oxnard, California is in the process of realigning its landscape maintenance districts. Following an audit of the districts by hired consultant Pablo Perez of NBS, it was discovered […]

Oxnard proposes water rate increase, bypasses resident review panel

Oxnard proposes water rate increase, bypasses resident review panel

By George Miller Proposed Water rate increase This was the big event of the night, if you don’t include the Gurreros being officially designated as Oxnard’s official soccer, or futbal, team, as the Brazilians and Mexicans on the team might say (see more info later in this article). The city’s water enterprise fund has been […]

Port of Hueneme Honored with Environmental Stewardship Award

Port of Hueneme Honored with Environmental Stewardship Award

The Ventura County Board of Supervisors today recognized the Port of Hueneme for its environmental initiatives, presenting it with the County of Ventura 2017 Earth Day Award for Excellence in Environmental Stewardship. The award was presented by Supervisor Kelly Long to Oxnard Harbor District Commissioner Mary Anne Rooney and Port Director & CEO Kristin Decas. […]

Oxnard Downtown Management District Meeting video 4-1-2017

Oxnard Downtown Management District Meeting video 4-1-2017

By Dan Pinedo Downtown Oxnard has struggled economically as the result of the Riverpark housing and THE COLLECTION shopping center developments in north Oxnard. As the result of an agreement violation regarding movie theaters, the city of Oxnard was awarded a settlement of 6 million dollars to assist in the revitalization of the downtown business […]

Port Hueneme Mayor’s Corner

Port Hueneme Mayor’s Corner

  By Tom Figg, Mayor, City of Port Hueneme   Best Regards, Tom Figg, Mayor, City of Port Hueneme Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE

Drug Overdose in (Main Oxnard Library) Case# 2016-97369

Drug Overdose in (Main Oxnard Library) Case# 2016-97369

To:                   Jason Benites, Assistant Chief From:              Marc Amon, Sergeant Via:                 Kevin Baysinger, Commander This memo was drafted pursuant to a request from Councilman Perello.  Councilman Perello requested a written summary of the incident that occurred in the restroom of the Oxnard Public Library on September 14, 2016.  The name of the decedent has been withheld […]

Oxnard Chamber Seeks Nominations for 67th Annual Community & Business Awards

Oxnard Chamber Seeks Nominations for 67th Annual Community & Business Awards

Opportunity knocks only once a year to truly honor the people and businesses that make Oxnard an outstanding community. Do you know the best of the best in Oxnard? The Oxnard Chamber wants to hear from you! For over 60 years the Oxnard Chamber has been honoring our community’s finest. Nominations for the 67th Annual […]

2017 CA Strawberry Festival Reveals Entertainment Lineup

2017 CA Strawberry Festival Reveals Entertainment Lineup

ENTERTAINMENT LINEUP REVEALED FOR  34th ANNUAL CALIFORNIA STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL MAY 20 & 21, 2017 Two Festival stages will be “jamming” at the 34th Annual California Strawberry Festival May 20 and 21 in Oxnard where non-stop entertainment adds to the sweet celebration that pays tribute to the beloved seasonal fruit. Musical styles range from Country, Latin Pop, Reggae, […]

Voters, students protest Oxnard Union High School District teacher bias

Voters, students protest Oxnard Union High School District teacher bias

By George Miller Over a dozen irate and motivated parents, residents and students spoke at the 4-5-17 Oxnard Union High School District board meeting about what they say is extreme election-related teacher bias in Rancho Campana High School. Two brothers both attending the school collected and chronicled a most interesting and disturbing dossier, dating back to […]