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Ventura: Painter in serious condition after fall from roof

Ventura: Painter in serious condition after fall from roof

The man was working on the roof adjacent to a rehabilitation clinic.  He fell onto the parapet the clinic, narrowly escaping hitting the skylights and fixed equipment on the roof. The cause of the fall is unknown and no one from the facility was involved in the incident or was injured. Firefighter paramedics made access […]

Dr. Marshall Foster’s “Hope for Our Time” places history in perspective

Dr. Marshall Foster’s “Hope for Our Time” places history in perspective

By George Miller Marshall Foster, founder of the World History Institute, was the guest speaker at the History Makers International launch of At The City Gates “Lights in the City” campaign on Thursday, July 30th at the Ventura Carrows Restaurant.  Dr. Foster is also chairman of the Global Prayer Strategy Initiative (publisher of the World Prayer […]

Ventura Book Signing: Raven West ‘Undercover Reunion’

Ventura Book Signing: Raven West ‘Undercover Reunion’

Saturday, pills September 19, buy cialis 2015 – 3:00pm to 5:00pm Bank of Books 748 E Main St Ventura, health CA 93001   Bank of Books presents: OPEN CHANNEL D – a book signing with bestselling author Raven West who will be signing her newly released novel Undercover Reunion. Join us for this special event […]

Santa Paula Council: Public Safety Sustainability Funding

Santa Paula Council: Public Safety Sustainability Funding

By Sheryl Hamlin This is part two of a two part report on the September 8, 2015 Santa Paula City council meeting. Click here for part one. Crime and Public Safety Funding Funding for public safety has been addressed in various ways for the last several years in Santa Paula. The city has received a […]

Santa Paula City Council: Water, Construction, Crime, Money

Santa Paula City Council: Water, Construction, Crime, Money

By Sheryl Hamlin This is part one of a two part report on the September 8, 2015 Santa Paula City Council Meeting. Chamber of Commerce Short on funds, but not short on boosters, Santa Paula celebrated 100 years of the Chamber of Commerce. Fred Robinson, director, and Al Guilin, board member and local author, attended […]

New CAASPP Student Assessment Scores Released — California’s new Common Core State Standards (CCSS)

New CAASPP Student Assessment Scores Released —  California’s new Common Core State Standards (CCSS)

Santa Paula 2015 Labor Day Celebration

Santa Paula 2015 Labor Day Celebration

By Sheryl Hamlin The 2015 Labor Day Celebration started early as the parade entrants queued up near Main Street in Santa Paula, while spectators placed seats along the street. The 2015 Labor Day parade lasted about an hour with nearly forty entrants: Color Guard from the 187th Airborne Regimental Combat Team, Mercer-Prieto VFW Post 2043, […]

Carla Castilla announces Candidacy for District 3 Ventura County Supervisor- event video

Carla Castilla announces Candidacy for District 3 Ventura County Supervisor- event video

Carla Castilla of Camarillo, aide to Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson and former aide to Re.Lois Capps, announced her candidacy for District #3 Ventura County Supervisor, replacing the retiring Cathy Long.  Event speakers were Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson, Oxnard Mayor Pro-Tem Carmen Ramirez (EmCee), former VC Supv. Susan Lacey, and of course, Carla Castilla. Rep. Capps could not […]

CA Department of Water Resources: Critical Basin Overdraft Report

CA Department of Water Resources: Critical Basin Overdraft Report

By Sheryl Hamlin  California’s Depart of Water Resources (DWR) has been reviewing groundwater conditions and has produced a new list of the basins exhibiting the most critical overdraft conditions. This is a draft list. DWR is taking questions and comments on the report. The list may be read here. In Ventura county, the Oxnard Basin […]

Limoneira Can’t Make it Work

Limoneira Can’t Make it Work

In a stunning admission at the August 25, 2015 Santa Paula Planning Commission, Mike Penrod of The Parkstone Companies who has been working with the East Area I project in Santa Paula for a decade, told the commission that the current specifications in the approved Development Agreement for East Area 1 produce less than 1000 […]