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Suspects caught in Oxnard residential burglary

Suspects caught in Oxnard residential burglary

Officers from the Oxnard Police Department were dispatched to a residential burglary in the 2200 block of Natalie Place. With the combined efforts of the victim and Oxnard Police officers, discount it was determined who was in possession of the stolen property.  When police made contact with the suspects, health they fled in their vehicle at […]

Safeway Supermarkets settles in false advertising and unfair competition lawsuit

Safeway Supermarkets settles in false advertising and unfair competition lawsuit

VENTURA, California – District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today that Safeway Inc., the second largest food and drug retailer in North America, has agreed to settle a civil law enforcement action alleging they engaged in false advertising and unfair competition, as well as violated a 2008 Marin County injunction. The action was filed by […]

California Gun Rights Initiative (2014)

California Gun Rights Initiative (2014)

By George Miller Large numbers of people are concerned that the California legislature has overreached with its gun control measures and enacted statutes which are not only unconstitutional, but wrongly deny self-defense and actually weaken public safety. They believe that the net effect of gun restriction rules is to take them out of the hands of […]

Simi Valley – Member for Tree Advisory Board sought

Simi Valley – Member for Tree Advisory Board sought

Applications are currently being accepted  for  the Tree Advisory Board (Board). The Board consists of 11 regular members and 2 alternate members, including representatives from the local Park District, School District, business community, and the public at-large, who serve in an advisory capacity to the City Council on matters pertaining to the planting, pruning, health, […]

Oxnard City Council- Drought deliberations, artistic endeavor support, human trafficking and more

Oxnard City Council- Drought deliberations, artistic endeavor support, human trafficking and more

By George Miller Name Date Duration Agenda Minutes Video City Council Meeting February 25, 2014 04h 58m Agenda Minutes Video Drought  (Agenda K-1) Response to the worst drought since records were kept in California was the most important topic discussed at Feb. 25th City Council meeting. Oxnard imports 40% of its water, a far lower […]

Director for the Californian Film Commission, Amy Lemisch, spoke to the Simi Valley Council on encouraging companies to film in city

Director for the Californian Film Commission, Amy Lemisch, spoke to the Simi Valley Council on encouraging companies to film in city

  . . By Debra Tash March 3rd 2014, Simi Valley City Council meeting, Amy Lemisch, Director California Film Commission, spoke on increasing filming in the state and in local communities like Simi Valley.  Ms. Lemisch, a former producer, has been with the state Commission since 2004.  She has tried to foster a better climate […]

Ventura County Planning Commission Hearing Scheduled for April 17 re: Extension of Conditional Use Permit for Tropical Paradise

Ventura County Planning Commission Hearing Scheduled for April 17 re: Extension of Conditional  Use Permit for Tropical Paradise

This advisory was sent by the  Santa Rosa Valley MAC (Municipal Area Council) There is an upcoming Planning Commission hearing on April 17, 2014 regarding the Conditional Use Permit for Tropical Paradise (case # PL 13-0088).  It will be held in the BOS Hearing Room, 8:30 am, at the Government Center – 800 S. Victoria Ave. in Ventura.  […]

Ventura lecture held on ancient biblical and other documents

Ventura lecture held on ancient biblical and other documents

By George Miller Sunday night, Jerry and Gail Nordskog of Nordskog Publishing http://www.nordskogpublishing.com/ hosted an amazing lecture at their Ventura home, by Dr. Scott T. Carroll, a leading biblical archeologist/scholar.  A noted document specialist, he has familiarity with 13 languages, working regularly in four, including Greek, Latin, Aramaic & Hebrew.  He played an important role […]

Greenpeace Founder Says Climate Change A Combo Of ‘Extreme Political Ideology And A Religious Cult’

Greenpeace Founder Says Climate Change A Combo Of ‘Extreme Political Ideology And A Religious Cult’

By George Miller This has been out a couple of days, but the lack of exposure  in the “MainStream Media” of such a significant statement by a major movement celebrity figure had us puzzled. So we did some checking (there is much more previous activity, too). Sure enough, a major “green” player in the world, Patrick […]

A scriptural find more important than Dead Sea Scrolls? Coming to Ventura County TODAY

A scriptural find more important than Dead Sea Scrolls? Coming to Ventura County TODAY

Reminder: Nothing like this has ever come to Ventura County before. The historical and religious significance appears high. Event Announcement Sunday, sick March 2, adiposity 4:30 PM, Potluck, Ventura, CA – RSVP  donations to cover expenses MUCH appreciated.  Pot-luck Dinner-BBQ meat provided.  Call or text Gail Grace Nordskog for reservation and confirming food or drink […]