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Community Invited To Participate In La Colonia Alley Beautification Event

Community Invited To Participate In La Colonia Alley Beautification Event

OXNARD, Calif. – Mayor John Zaragoza and District 3 Councilmember Oscar Madrigal invite community members to participate in La Colonia’s Alley Beautification Event on Saturday, November 6th from 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. as part of a volunteer clean up effort targeting the neighborhood’s alleys. Check-in will begin at 8 a.m. at the Ramona Elementary […]

Port Hueneme Historical Society Museum Presents Author Margo Porras

Port Hueneme Historical Society Museum Presents Author Margo Porras

“Growing Up in La Colonia:  Boomer Memories from Oxnard’s Barrio” at the Port Hueneme Historical Society Museum 220 Market Street on Saturday, January 18, 2020 at 11:00AM   La Colonia is half a square mile of land separated from the rest of Oxnard by the railroad tracks and home to the people who keep an […]

Habitat for Humanity Hosted Southern California Gas Company Volunteers at Oxnard Build Site

Habitat for Humanity Hosted Southern California Gas Company Volunteers at Oxnard Build Site

  Habitat for Humanity of Ventura County On Saturday, September 30th Habit for Humanity of Ventura County hosted over 30 employees from Southern California Gas Company at the construction kick off of 6 new affordable homes at 125 N Hayes Ave in Oxnard. “We are thrilled to host So Cal Gas volunteers as we kick […]

Bishop Madera’s Vigil- Oxnard

Bishop Madera’s Vigil- Oxnard

By Ed Castillo Good Day Brother Knights: Hope everyone is well. Sunday, as you know, will be Bishop Joseph Madera’s rosary and Monday is his Funeral Mass. Fr. Lucio (OLG) has assigned me to take sign ups for Brother Knights to stand guard after the rosary service over the casket of our Bishop. This will […]

Important Neighborhood Meeting: Oxnard’s La Colonia — Jan. 26th

Important Neighborhood Meeting: Oxnard’s La Colonia — Jan. 26th

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Name of 24 Year Old Victim Released — Another Oxnard murder

Name of 24 Year Old Victim Released —  Another Oxnard murder

By CJ Staff August 1, 2016: The Oxnard Police Department is releasing the name of the homicide victim found in an alley in the early morning hours on July 29, 2016. Maurillo Primo De La Cruz, a 24 year old Oxnard resident, was assaulted and found unresponsive in the north alley of the 800 block of Cooper […]

Oxnard Council nixes Walmart alcoholic bev. sales; approves Colonia road work; hears IT master plan

Oxnard Council nixes Walmart alcoholic bev. sales; approves Colonia road work; hears IT master plan

By George Miller We thought it would be a boring Oxnard City Council meeting on December 1, but saw a “spirited” debate about selling spirits at Walmart on Saviers Rd. There was also tearful gratitude that the city has finally approved and scheduled road resurfacing in Colonia. Another highlight was a presentation of Oxnard’s Master […]

Just another Oxnard march for peace and against violence… or?

Just another Oxnard march for peace and against violence… or?

By George Miller Greg Runyon was a drug-addled loser who was in and out of prison in Northern California for years, before finding the Lord, becoming an ordained minster and now incredibly running the Gold Coast Fellowship Church in downtown Oxnard. He now ministers to, among others, the most at-risk people: drug addicts, criminals, gang members, the down and out, […]

Oxnard Police Dept. holds press conference on Limon killing

Oxnard Police Dept. holds press conference on Limon killing

By George Miller Alphonso Limon and his brother were innocently walking home on the night of Oct. 13. 2012. As fate would have it, they walked right into an attack by gang members on a group of Oxnard Police. Accounts differ on exactly what went down, but the brother escaped, however Alfonso ended up dead, a […]