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Ventura County Garden Club: Water Wise Gardening at Hansen

Ventura County Garden Club: Water Wise Gardening at Hansen

The Ventura County Garden Club walked through the ever changing plantings at the Hansen Agricultural Center. The Master Gardeners who volunteer at the Hansen have been focusing on water wise gardening examples. Our tour guide stressed that “water wise” does not mean overwatering. They experienced losses in areas with thrice weekly watering, so replanted and […]

Camarillo Police Department to host Smart Star for new and future drivers

Camarillo Police Department to host Smart Star for new and future drivers

The Real Cost of K-12 Education

The Real Cost of K-12 Education

By R. Claire Friend  . The annual cost of K-12 education in the United States has increased steadily for decades. For 2015, the cost is about $600 billion. Fiscal reality has not diminished the demand by politicians and their powerful union cronies for even more money, a substantial portion of which would be earmarked to […]

Ventura Commerce and Education Foundation honors ATLAS teacher

Ventura Commerce and Education Foundation honors ATLAS teacher

2015-16 Ventura County Annual Transition Fair — Set Goals for Your Future!

2015-16 Ventura County Annual Transition Fair — Set Goals for Your Future!

Teachers Union Won’t Play ‘Broad’ Way

Teachers Union Won’t Play ‘Broad’ Way

By Larry Sand  Los Angeles teachers union and its friends are livid over plan to charterize 260 schools. According to a memo unearthed by Los Angeles Times writer Howard Blume, the Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation and other charter advocates want to create 260 new charter schools in Los Angeles, enrolling at least 130,000 students. […]

California Science Center: Journey to Space: Exhibition and 3D Film Opens Oct. 29th

California Science Center: Journey to Space: Exhibition and 3D Film Opens Oct. 29th

Prepare to be amazed!   Through hands-on exhibits and immersive experiences, explore the science and technology developed by scientists to protect astronauts from radiation, meteoroids, temperature extremes, and the vacuum of space. Hear the stories of astronauts and rocket scientists, take a turn managing the energy of a simulated orbiting space station, operate a robotic […]

Rancho Campana High Ribbon Cutting Ceremony in Camarillo–October 5, 2015 at 2:30 pm

Rancho Campana High Ribbon Cutting Ceremony in Camarillo–October 5, 2015 at 2:30 pm

When: October 5, 2015 at 2:30pm Where: 4235 Mar Vista Drive, Camarillo CA 93010* *Most of the online driving directions are wrong. Please view this map for correct location. October 5th Schedule2:30 – 3:00  Ribbon Cutting Ceremony 3:00 -5:00  PTSA Food Truck Social + Fundraiser 5:00 – 5:30  Visit with Community Partners 5:30 – 7:00 […]

How Government Unions Are Destroying America

How Government Unions Are Destroying America

  Not one presidential candidate, apart from Gov. Walker’s last-ditch rhetoric prior to dropping out, has discussed the problems with unionized government as a major issue. That’s too bad, because these problems are bigger than even most critics acknowledge. When people discuss the need to reform, if not eliminate, public sector unions, the only reason […]

Ventura County’s Premier Academic Competitions Seek Volunteers

Ventura County’s Premier Academic Competitions Seek Volunteers