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Food Prices Continue To Rise Dramatically, With No Relief In Sight

Food Prices Continue To Rise Dramatically, With No Relief In Sight

by: Cassie B. | Natural News (Natural News) American households are finding it increasingly more expensive to feed their families as food prices continue to rise steeply. Inflation data released last week showed that the price of food at home climbed 1.2 percent in September, which is a significant gain in the span of just a month […]

County Mask Mandate Extended begs the question – Why?

County Mask Mandate Extended begs the question  – Why?

By Jennifer Amodei and Debra Tash On October 18th 2021, the County of Ventura issued a press release extending its mask mandate.  It moved the goalposts for removing the mandate, which on its face, excuse the pun, set up seemingly arbitrary benchmarks to remove the order. From the release: The order will continue to be […]

Thousands Of California Parents Walk Out In Protest COVID Vaccine Mandate For Students

Thousands Of California Parents Walk Out In Protest COVID Vaccine Mandate For Students

By Bethany Blankley | The Center Square In this Thursday, Sept. 9, 2021, file photo, Evelyn Guillen with her three-year-old son, joins anti-vaccine mandate protesters outside the Los Angeles Unified School District administrative offices in Los Angeles. Parents in California on Friday, Oct. 1, 2021, had mixed reactions to Gov. Gavin Newsom’s plan to mandate […]

USC Law School Dean Tells Students To Snitch On Classmates Who DRINK WATER In Violation Of Covid Restrictions

USC Law School Dean Tells Students To Snitch On Classmates Who DRINK WATER In Violation Of Covid Restrictions

by: Ethan Huff | Natural News (Natural News) At the University of Southern California School of Law, students are not allowed to hydrate themselves because doing so, according to Dean Andrew T. Guzman, might cause someone to test “positive” for the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19). In a recent email sent out to faculty, staff and students, Guzman explained that students are […]

Urgent: HBCA: Please Send 1 Email This Weekend On County Redistricting

Urgent: HBCA: Please Send 1 Email This Weekend On County Redistricting

TAKE ACTION TODAY! Please share your support for our Community of Interest! WHY THIS MATTERS Redistricting determines who represents the Harbor and Beach Community on the County on the Board of Supervisors. County redistricting does not change the City that the Harbor and Beaches are located in – The Harbor is still in Oxnard! Item 49 […]

Is Ventura County Ready For The WALKtober 5,000 Challenge?

Is Ventura County Ready For The WALKtober 5,000 Challenge?

(VENTURA COUNTY) – –This October, the Ventura County community is invited to join the WALKtober 5,000 Challenge. The City Center, Local PODS® Moving & Storage, KVTA, and KCOP are challenging the Ventura County community to join them in a daily 5k run or walk to raise funds for Ventura County homeless children and families. Participants […]

Ventura County, CA | Unions Walk From PLA, Non-PLA Bid Process; Saves Taxpayers $9 Million Dollars

Ventura County, CA | Unions Walk From PLA, Non-PLA Bid Process; Saves Taxpayers $9 Million Dollars

A “Project Labor Agreement” (PLA) is when the government awards contracts for public construction projects exclusively to unionized firms. In November of 2020, the Ventura County Board of Supervisors (BOS) learned that a proposed PLA on county projects would likely result in tens of millions of added costs over the next five years. Their own […]

Camarillo, CA | Friday Food Distribution

Camarillo, CA | Friday Food Distribution

News Release Aware of the great need for food assistance in these challenging times, Pleasant Valley Recreation & Park District recently applied for and received a grant enabling the distribution of food to members of the local community. This effort to ease the pains of food insecurity was made possible by a grant from the […]

Newsom’s daughter to get vaccine after days of criticism

Newsom’s daughter to get vaccine after days of criticism

Bethany Blankley | The Center Square contributor (The Center Square) – The office of Gov. Gavin Newsom said Wednesday the governor’s daughter is scheduled to receive the COVID-19 vaccine “in a manner of days,” after several days of criticism that he mandated the vaccine on other children while not having his daughter get one. “The Governor’s […]

Residential Burglary | Lockwood Valley

Residential Burglary | Lockwood Valley

Nature of Incident: Residential Burglary Report Number: RB#21-135033 Location: Lockwood Valley Date & Time: 10/03/2021 0758 Hours Unit(s) Responsible: Lockwood Valley Substation Suspects                                             City of Residence                             Age Unknown (male subject)        […]

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