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A Little Christmas Magic

A Little Christmas Magic

He had always been a favorite author of mine so when I opened the finely wrapped gift on Christmas morning, here my hand rushed up to cover my mouth. How did I not know he had written a new book? How did the gift giver beat me to it? I could hardly wait to be […]

A cyber Christmas to all!

A cyber Christmas to all!

Column By George Miller It seems appropriate that an on-line publication such as Citizensjournal.us offer on-line Christmas celebratory tools. So here’s a cyber nativity for you. Communications sure have changed since B.C. times. It should be fun no matter what your faith is- Merry Christmas/Happy Holidays!       George Miller is Publisher of Citizensjournal.us […]

VC Sheriff arrests four Hells Angels for loaded firearms and drugs at Toy Drive event

VC Sheriff arrests four Hells Angels for loaded firearms and drugs at Toy Drive event

Who are we anymore?

Who are we anymore?

    By Michael Greer Have we forgotten what it means to be American? We used to be able to describe American values. America used to have a persona, a culture, an identity. Norman Rockwell was famous for capturing that identity beautifully. Families around the Thanksgiving table, soldiers welcomed home from war, kids arguing over […]

The “Spirit” of the Season – Football meets the Holidays

The “Spirit” of the Season – Football meets the Holidays

By Daniel Gelman The most exciting part of football season is upon us. Interestingly it always coincides with one of our most exciting spiritual seasons. When the two combine in the form of sportsmanship, teamwork, and self-sacrifice, the joy is compounded. Nordhoff High School of Ojai represented the county at the highest level. Oaks Christian […]