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Santa Paula: Harvest Time in East Area 1

Santa Paula: Harvest Time in East Area 1

By Sheryl Hamlin East Area 1 was the subject of two items on the September 16, 2020 Santa Paula City Council meeting. The first was an update on the entire project while the second was a discussion of changes to the Sports Park. East Area 1 (Harvest) Status Tim Jones of Limoneira/Lewis and Trayci Nelson, […]

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dead at 87

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dead at 87

By Joan Biskupic and Ariane de Vogue,  (CNN)Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died on Friday, the court announced. She was 87. Ginsburg was appointed in 1993 by President Bill Clinton and in recent years served as the most senior member of the court’s liberal wing consistently delivering progressive votes on the most divisive social issues of the day, […]

Democrat Mayor shutdown of Nashville reveals lies of public health data

Democrat Mayor shutdown of Nashville reveals lies of public health data

By Michael Hernandez NASHVILLE—Fox 17 News (WZTV) last night broke the news of Democrat Nashville Mayor John Cooper’s shutdown of Music City was not justified by public health data which was then covered up by the Mayor’s Office for almost three months. The Mayor’s Office in Nashville had identified what they called the “Serious Six” […]

FACT CHECK: Do Wildfires Stop At The US’s Borders With Canada And Mexico?

FACT CHECK: Do Wildfires Stop At The US’s Borders With Canada And Mexico?

  Brad Sylvester | Fact Check Reporter An image shared on Facebook claims a map shows that wildfires stop at the U.S.’s borders with Canada and Mexico. The map only appears to show U.S. wildfire data. Both Canada and Mexico are also experiencing wildfires, according to NASA’s fire map. Fact Check: The post shows a map of the U.S. […]

Construction Workers Find Human Bones in Santa Ana

Construction Workers Find Human Bones in Santa Ana

BY JACK BRADLEY Construction workers found human remains while building a streetcar maintenance yard in Santa Ana, California, on Sept. 16. Construction of the maintenance yard for the Orange County Transportation Authority’s first modern electric streetcar was underway when police received a call at 10:47 a.m. about human bones discovered at the site at 2008 W. […]

Santa Paula: Wastewater Takeover

Santa Paula: Wastewater Takeover

By Sheryl Hamlin Public Comments The topic of the meeting on Wednesday September 16, 2020, was the takeover of the plant by the city. However, in Public Comments, Sandy Smith of Sespe Consulting essentially refuted a major portion of the MKN Study which was previously provided to the Water Board. Read that MKN report here. […]

Twitter Suspends Chinese Virologist Who Accused China Of Hiding Evidence Of COVID Leaking From A Lab

Twitter Suspends Chinese Virologist Who Accused China Of Hiding Evidence Of COVID Leaking From A Lab

CHRIS WHITE TECH REPORTER . Twitter suspended the account of a Chinese virologist who claims China is concealing evidence that coronavirus was manufactured in a research lab, the New York Post reported. Scientist Dr. Li-Meng Yan’s account was suspended after she accused the Chinese Communist Party of developing the novel coronavirus known as COVID-19 in a research lab […]

More Than 349,000 Dead Registrants Remain on Voter Rolls, Report Finds

More Than 349,000 Dead Registrants Remain on Voter Rolls, Report Finds

BY IVAN PENTCHOUKOV Nearly 350,000 dead registrants remain on voter rolls across 41 states, according to an audit (pdf) conducted by the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF). The number is a major improvement over the last time an assessment of similar scope was performed in 2012, when a Pew Research report turned up 2 million deceased voters on […]

Newsom: Announcement coming ‘very, very shortly’ on reopening California theme parks

Newsom: Announcement coming ‘very, very shortly’ on reopening California theme parks

By BRADY MACDONALD | [email protected] | Newsom commented on his plans to issue guidelines for reopening amusement parks during a press conference on Wednesday, Sept. 16. Gov. Gavin Newsom said Wednesday an announcement will be coming “very, very shortly” on issuing COVID-19 guidelines that would allow California theme parks to safely reopen after more than six months of coronavirus […]

Superior Court Judge rules in favor of county; against Election Integrity Project in lawsuit claiming “lack of transparency”

Superior Court Judge rules in favor of county; against Election Integrity Project in lawsuit claiming “lack of transparency”

By Michael Hernandez  VENTURA—Superior Court Judge Henry J. Walsh (Courtroom 42) ruled against a lawsuit prepared by Election Integrity Project (EIP-Ca) against Mark Lunn—Ventura County Registrar of Voters for lack of transparency. At issue was the meaning of “observation” and “challenge” with both sides differing on the interpretation of California Election Code 15104. (Editor’s Note: […]

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