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Oxnard: The Arts City of Ventura County

Oxnard: The Arts City of Ventura County

By Armando Vazquez The City of Oxnard’s Art in Public Places (AIPP) Awards Committee has just reviewed some 50 proposals from local artists and art organizations and they will soon award about $150,000 dollars in AIPP funds. The city of Oxnard’s Arts in Public Places concept has been around for over 28 years, and  for […]

Gov. Jerry Brown Hit With Massive $1 Billion Common Core Bill

Gov. Jerry Brown Hit With Massive $1 Billion Common Core Bill

Good Morning Oxnard Show- News segment- 1-21-15

Good Morning Oxnard Show- News segment- 1-21-15

By George Miller This week’s show (1-21-15) with George Miller, tadalafil Publisher, Citizensjournal.us: discusses MLK March and celebration; Oxnard financial situation (not good) interim report; new Interim Director of Finance; Summary of City organizational changes to date (latest is retirement of Planning Director Matthew Winegar); what to do with $$$millions in HUD money coming for very low […]

Sessions: Congress Should Block Funds For Obama’s Illegal Amnesty Hiring Spree

Sessions: Congress Should Block Funds For Obama’s Illegal Amnesty Hiring Spree

Senator Jeff Sessions spoke from the well of the Senate against President hiring over 1000 workers to process documents for those who entered the country illegally.  The staffing will benefit those who are being granted amnesty under the President’s executive order.  The Lame Duck Congress is poised to pass a budget that will fund the […]

Tony Dolz: The Core of Common Core

Tony Dolz: The Core of Common Core

News and Opinion Interview by Linda Johnston, capsule MD A growing number of parents are attentive to and involved with their children’s education. I also have become concerned with the trends in the schools and education. My concern led me to become a candidate for the Conejo Valley School Board in November, 2012. Despite not […]