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Santa Paula: Cruisin’ and saving lives

Santa Paula: Cruisin’ and saving lives

Yesterday Santa Paulans strolled Main Street, viagra cruised it, and learned to save lives.  Firefighters were on hand to give a brief CPR tutorial.  The department hosts more extensive instruction.  Watch their Facebook page or Citizens Journal for class announcements. Here are some of the participants who may just one day save a life. *All […]

Fundraiser for late firefighter’s family–This Saturday in Ventura

Fundraiser for late firefighter’s family–This Saturday in Ventura

Daniel Corrigan passed away from a medical emergency at the age of 35 on March 5th.  He was found in his private automobile not far from where he worked as a firefighter in Santa Barbara serving in Station 8.  Corrigan was engaged to Sargent Sarah Starr from the Ventura Police Department.  He left behind a […]

Fundraising Friday: McKevett Elementary School in Santa Paula Holds Jog-a-thon

Fundraising Friday: McKevett Elementary School in Santa Paula Holds Jog-a-thon

By Sheryl Hamlin The megaphones Friday morning signaled something out of the ordinary. A rush to the sound yielded a field of happy kids in red t-shirts. Smiling parents watched. What could it be? A mother watching from the fence told me it was a jogathon. Her fifth grader was participating to whom she smiled […]

Mark Your Calendars: Champagne on Main, A Spring Wine Walk & Street Fair

Mark Your Calendars: Champagne on Main, A Spring Wine Walk & Street Fair

By Raven West The Producers of the Ventura Winter Wine Walk & Holiday Street Fair are proud to introduce Champagne on Main, order a Spring Wine Walk & Street Fair. The event will take place in beautiful Downtown Ventura on Saturday, drugs April 18, 2015 from 10 am- 5 pm! SPRING STREET FAIR / 10AM […]

SoulBody Yoga: Inner Peace and a healthy stretch—all in Moorpark!

SoulBody Yoga: Inner Peace and a healthy stretch—all in Moorpark!

By Debra Tash Years ago I threw out my back picking up a sock.  Who knew something as simple as that could cause such physical havoc?  I spent months, and lots of dollars, with doctors and chiropractors trying to unkink my spine.  Then one day someone suggested I try yoga.  That did it.  Seriously.  In […]

PODS® of Tri-Counties and The City Center help to end homelessness

PODS® of Tri-Counties and The City Center help to end homelessness

Camarillo Council pushes plan to protect besieged Camarillo Springs

Camarillo Council pushes plan to protect besieged Camarillo Springs

The Camarillo City Council moved forward with a plan to permanently shore up the besieged Camarillo Springs community at the Council meeting on Wednesday, December 10th. The City has coordinated emergency interventions to hold back the debris flows which first impacted the community during the Halloween rain storm HERE. A stop gap plan is under […]

The 1% Cacique Democracy

The 1% Cacique Democracy

By: Armando Vazquez I was born 65 years ago in the small village of Ahualulco, Jalisco, Mexico. After the rains came a barren and foreboding valley was temporarily transformed into a magnificent tapestry of God’s green promise to all of us. It was a promise of a better life for the impoverished campesinos. But that […]

Support from the community for Assembly candidate Rob McCoy

Support from the community for Assembly candidate Rob McCoy

Timothy J. Bond,  Thousand Oaks I would like to share a letter I submitted to the Ventura County Star a few days prior to their announcement that they endorse the Big Government Progressive candidate over the Conservative candidate, Rob McCoy. I think the readers here understand what Jacqui Irwin is all about so I won’t […]

Help the family of a fallen officer

Help the family of a fallen officer