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40% Of TSA Agents Unvaccinated As Mandate Deadline Looms

40% Of TSA Agents Unvaccinated As Mandate Deadline Looms

By Art Moore WND News Center  President Biden’s announced vaccine mandate for private employers is being blamed for flight disruptions, and now his mandate for federal workers is posing the threat of further travel chaos with the TSA admitting that 40% of its agents remain unvaccinated six weeks before the deadline. “We have about 60 percent of […]

Wholesale Inflation Increases To Record High As Supply Chain Disruptions Continue

Wholesale Inflation Increases To Record High As Supply Chain Disruptions Continue

Harry Wilmerding The Producer Price Index, which measures inflation at the wholesale level, rose 8.6% in the 12 months before September, marking the largest single-year increase since the metric was created in 2010, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics announced Thursday. The Labor Department reported Thursday that the Producer Price Index (PPI) decreased 0.5% in September compared […]

9th Annual Ventura County Farm Day – Meet The Hands That Feed You

9th Annual Ventura County Farm Day – Meet The Hands That Feed You

Ventura County, Calif. (October 11, 2021)–Now in its ninth year, Ventura County Farm Day is back with free, in-person, open farm tours on Saturday, November 6. This year’s theme is “Meet The Hands That Feed You.” Tour hours are from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Visitors can use a new online Farm Day Trail Map to build a […]

10.9% Of California Residents Face Food Scarcity, 16th Most In U.S.

10.9% Of California Residents Face Food Scarcity, 16th Most In U.S.

Mike LaFirenza The COVID-19 pandemic created economic hardship for millions of Americans. With the onset of the pandemic in the spring of 2020, the U.S. unemployment rate spiked to 14.8%, and while many jobs quickly returned, millions of workers—many of whom previously worked in lower-wage positions—are still unable to find work or have dropped out […]

Mayor John Zaragoza Issues Proclamation Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month In Oxnard

Mayor John Zaragoza Issues Proclamation Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month In Oxnard

OXNARD, Calif. – On Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2021, Mayor John Zaragoza issued a proclamation celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month in Oxnard during the regularly scheduled City Council meeting.  From Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, cities nationwide recognize the cultures and contributions of the Hispanic community while also celebrating the independence days of several Latin American countries. […]

Red Cross Offers Earthquake Safety Tips Following Yesterday’s Earthquake

Red Cross Offers Earthquake Safety Tips Following Yesterday’s Earthquake

HOW TO GET PREPARED Help keep your family safe by taking three actions to: 1) Get a Kit. 2) Make a Plan. 3) Be Informed. First, build your emergency kit with a gallon of water per person, per day, non-perishable food, a flashlight, battery-powered radio, first aid kit, medications, supplies for infants or pets, a multi-purpose tool, personal […]

11.8% Of California Residents Live In Poverty

11.8% Of California Residents Live In Poverty

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. government has pumped unprecedented amounts of financial relief to American households to stave off potential economic disaster. From the expansions of social safety net programs like unemployment insurance and food stamps to multiple rounds of direct payments, Congress’s multiple relief packages over the last year have helped put many […]

Tickets! Tickets! Tickets!

Tickets! Tickets! Tickets!

All-inclusive admission tickets grant attendees sips and samples from a wide variety of Santa Barbara and Ventura County’s finest restaurants, caterers, bakeries, specialty shops, wineries and breweries! Each guest will receive a commemorative bag, tray and glass upon entry to use as you sample your way through the festival, peruse silent auction items, and enjoy […]

Port of Hueneme Distributes Food and Grocery Carts

Port of Hueneme Distributes Food and Grocery Carts

Collaboration with Southwinds Neighborhood at 45th Community Event In the nearly one year since the pandemic was declared in March 2020, the people most directly affected in South Oxnard have been farmworkers and their families – food access is critical for those whose jobs and health have been impacted. Many efforts have sprouted to help […]

La Dolce Vita Anniversary Take Out Delicious 🍝🍷

La Dolce Vita Anniversary Take Out Delicious  🍝🍷

  Food and Bar News • February 2021 • 805-486-6878 15 Year Anniversary at Heritage Square The Sweet Life La Dolce Vita 1901 is celebrating 15 Years at Heritage Square.   “This restaurant, started by my mother, Gerry Moreno, at our Hollywood Beach location included two locations until we moved to Heritage Square. La Dolce […]

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