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Discover Historical Bardsdale: The Town that Never Was!

Discover Historical Bardsdale: The Town that Never Was!

Sheriff’s Office Requests Help in Identifying Murder Victims

Sheriff’s Office Requests Help in Identifying Murder Victims

Editor’s Note: Some readers may find the images at the end of this article disturbing  By Tim Pompey The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office called a press conference on Wednesday, September 30 at the Thousand Oaks Sheriff’s Station to ask the public’s assistance in identifying two female murder victims who were killed in Westlake Village (Ventura […]

Ventura County General Plan Update Important July 7 Meeting

Ventura County General Plan Update Important July 7 Meeting

By Sheryl Hamlin The County of Ventura will be updating the General Plan, which is the document that defines the Countys goals, policies, and programs and provides the basis for its future growth and development. The General Plan is an important planning tool that is required by State law to be updated from time to […]

Fishback Mountain; The Most Beautiful “Illegal Dump” in the County

Fishback Mountain; The Most Beautiful “Illegal Dump” in the County

By Kevin Harris When Wayne Fishback bought 120 sprawling ridge-top acres in the Simi Hills back in 2000, illness he had no intentions of urban development for the property. Nor does he have such intentions today. His interest was always agriculture-based, and included cattle ranching, among other things, to have a place to retire, and […]

Election status Tuesday night

Election status Tuesday night

By George Miller Nationwide, the Democrat U.S. Senate has fallen to Republican Control. It appears that the Republican House majority grew and Republicans hold a majority of Governorships. In California, it is a completely different story. Democrats dominate, Republicans are far behind. Third parties are virtually nonexistent. All statewide races from Governor on down are […]

Somis: Caltrans delaying Donlon Road realignment

Somis: Caltrans delaying Donlon Road realignment

By David Stewart This Labor Day weekend traffic was backed up from the Somis traffic light all the way to Moorpark along Highway 118 (Los Angeles Ave.).  Caltrans had plans to improve service by enlarging the intersection of Somis Road (State Highway 34) and Los Angeles Ave. State (Highway 118) back in 2000 (the issue […]

Seeking truth is more than a noble purpose— A citizens duty—A call to become History Makers!

Seeking truth is more than a noble purpose— A citizens duty—A call to become History Makers!

. . . The first-ever Citizens Journal editorial! By Michael Hernandez June, doctor 2013             The Citizens Journal believes seeking truth is more than a noble purpose—A citizens duty—A call to become History Makers! History Makers International has the charge to transform cities by raising up individuals and families that wish to become History Makers […]

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