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Channel Islands Harbor Parade of Lights

Channel Islands Harbor Parade of Lights

By George Miller Every year on the second Saturday in December, the most motivated local boaters compete in Oxnard’s Channel Islands Parade of Lights, a pageant of decorated, lighted boats of all sizes. This year’s theme was “Hooray for Hollywood,” a salute to Oxnard’s connections with Hollywood over the years. In addition to the boat […]

The war on cash continues, now in Venezuela

The war on cash continues, now in Venezuela

Inflation-hit Venezuela to pull largest bill from circulation Submitted by cpowell on 03:00AM ET Monday, December 12, 2016. Section: Daily DispatchesBy Girish Gupta Reuters Sunday, December 11, 2016 CARACAS, Venezuela — Mired in an economic crisis and facing the world’s highest inflation, Venezuela will pull its largest bill, worth two U.S. cents on the black […]

CA Controller Reports State Revenues Topped November Estimates, on Par for Fiscal Year

CA Controller Reports State Revenues Topped November Estimates, on Par for Fiscal Year

Public advised that City of Oxnard smoking ordinance will go into effect Dec. 20, 2016

Public advised that City of Oxnard smoking ordinance will go into effect Dec. 20, 2016

New Hueneme City Council – new hope- City Council Meeting 12/5/16

New Hueneme City Council – new hope- City Council Meeting 12/5/16

By Tom Dunn  At the Port Hueneme City Council meeting the City Clerk swore in newly elected council member Will Berg and incumbent Sylvia Schnopp. Will Berg will bring a lot of business experience, sorely needed to help solve the city’s fiscal crisis, and is involved in various civic and outreach programs. Will is the Director […]

Election results- November 8, 2016

Election results- November 8, 2016

 

Simi Valley man sentenced for Attempted Murder

Simi Valley man sentenced for Attempted Murder

Soccer mom files complaint with Ventura Unified School District on alleged “Hitler/Trump” handwriting lecture

Soccer mom files complaint with Ventura Unified School District on alleged “Hitler/Trump” handwriting lecture

By George Miller Nancy Hill, a Ventura, CA mother of four children, two of them in the Ventura Unified School District, has filed  a complaint (shown below) with the District over alleged improprieties in a guest lecture delivered last month. The complaint further supports what was in our previous article and more. This incident is […]

Jesus Nava selected as Oxnard’s new assistant city manager, begins duties Dec. 19, 2016

Jesus Nava selected as Oxnard’s new assistant city manager, begins duties Dec. 19, 2016

Simi Valley Council passes Emergency Moratorium on Commercial Marijiuana

Simi Valley Council passes Emergency Moratorium on Commercial Marijiuana

By Debra Tash Simi Valley’s Council considered an emergency moratorium on all marijuana uses, operations and activities and all personal outdoor cultivation. From the agenda: “Consideration of adoption of an urgency ordinance establishing a moratorium prohibiting all marijuana uses, operations, and activities and all personal outdoor cultivation of marijuana within the City, and a determination […]