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October Events presented by California Lutheran University

October Events  presented by California Lutheran University

October Events presented by California Lutheran University 60 W. Olsen Road, Thousand Oaks callutheran.edu Art in a Time of Reformation: Works from the Rodolfo Sanzana Collection Through Thursday, Nov. 9 The William Rolland Gallery of Fine Art To coincide with the 500-year anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, this exhibit includes art based on the Reformation […]

T.O. City Council Approves Water Rate Hikes and Executive Pay Raises at Sept. 26 Meeting

T.O. City Council Approves Water Rate Hikes and Executive Pay Raises at Sept. 26 Meeting

By Kevin Harris The Thousand Oaks City Council approved water rate hikes and raises for city executives during Tuesday night’s City Council meeting. They also temporarily extended the land lease for a company promising to put an art museum in the heart of the city’s downtown revitalization district.  Water & Wastewater Rates Item 8A was […]

Thousand Oaks: Arrest of Former Maid Who Committed Burglaries

Thousand Oaks: Arrest of Former Maid Who Committed Burglaries

Ventura County Sheriff – Incident Press Release On September 14, 2017, a resident in the 200 block of Siesta Avenue, Thousand Oaks, woke up and found that all of her jewelry was missing from her bedroom dresser drawer. The victim last saw her jewelry the previous morning and believed it had been stolen from her house sometime […]

20 Years Strong – Appreciating and Celebrating Our Military

20 Years Strong – Appreciating and Celebrating Our Military

This is the 20th year the Oxnard Chamber of Congress will hold its Military Appreciation Dinner. The festive event honors men and women in all branches of the service for both their service to our country and to our community. There may still be time to get a seat, raise a toast to these brave […]

When Is Literature Not Literature For Public School Students?

When Is Literature Not Literature For Public School Students?

It’s NOT black and white! Do you love to read? Do your children love to read? Do you know what is on their school’s approved reading lists? Whether one has a child in school or not, we should all care deeply about what books young minds are consuming. If you have been influenced by literature, […]

Are You In The Military Or A Veteran? Have You Been A Victim Of Identity Theft?

Are You In The Military Or A Veteran? Have You Been A Victim Of Identity Theft?

Data breaches and identity theft can be nightmares for those people affected them. Our military communities, including veterans, have a job to do or have already done the job of protecting our nation. If this has happened to one of them or someone in their family, the do not have to face alone the burden […]

Constitution Week, Ventura County, and YOU!

Constitution Week, Ventura County, and YOU!

By Deborah Baber Savalla Saturday September 23, 2017 marks the official end of Constitution Week 2017 celebrations, proclamations, and recognition. This year is the 230th birthday of our United States Constitution, ready for ratification on September 17, 1787. It is never too late to celebrate our vaunted, law-giving, life-affirming document in Ventura County though. On Monday, […]

Best Selling Author/Political Commentator Nick Adams Spoke in Camarillo; Exclusive Interview!

Best Selling Author/Political Commentator Nick Adams Spoke in Camarillo; Exclusive Interview!

By Kevin Harris The Camarillo Republican Women Federated hosted best selling author and conservative commentator, Nick Adams, to speak and conduct a book signing at their September 19 meeting in Camarillo. Adams also gave an exclusive, one-on-one interview with CitizensJournal immediately following his book signing session.  Speaking before a capacity crowd at the lavish Spanish […]

Hillcrest Center for the Arts Presents — Live Standup Comedy on the Hill

Hillcrest Center for the Arts Presents — Live Standup Comedy on the Hill

Live Standup Comedy on the Hill returns Saturday, October 14 at 8:00 pm at the Hillcrest Center for the Arts, 403 W. Hillcrest Dr, across from The Oaks Mall.  October’s lineup includes Omar Covarrubias and Dave Williamson.  The Center teams up with professional local comedian Jason Love to produce a top-tier show with a new […]

Economic Development; EV Charging Stations and CAPER Report all Gain Ground in Thousand Oaks

Economic Development; EV Charging Stations and CAPER Report all Gain Ground in Thousand Oaks

By Kevin Harris The Thousand Oaks City Council voted to form a new committee to begin enacting elements of its new, ambitious Economic Development Plan at its meeting Tuesday night. The Council also streamlined approval procedures for local electric vehicle charging stations, and cleared last year’s HUD report for submittal to the agency. Moving Forward […]