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Moorpark: Group forms to turn Country Trail Park into a dog park on west side of town

Moorpark: Group forms to turn Country Trail Park into a dog park on west side of town

Editors Note:  There is a dog park in the city of Moorpark near the college.  However according to Yelp reviews it is on the small side and all dirt.  By Leslie Bennett We feel that the Country Trail Park, in Moorpark, which is attached to the Arrow West School would make a perfect dog park. […]

Obama Wrecks Tax Cut Compromise

Obama Wrecks Tax Cut Compromise

Ventura: Target shoplifter threatens store security

Ventura: Target shoplifter threatens store security

SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY: Community Marketplace in Moorpark

SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY: Community Marketplace in Moorpark

Just a reminder about Moorpark’s Community Marketplace.  And since it’s Small Business Saturday…well, you can’t find smaller businesses anywhere.  Come by and check them out!   By Debra Tash Moorpark’s Community Marketplace opened its doors on Halloween, a portent of things to come or just really good timing for the upcoming holiday shopping season?  Forty […]

Black Friday blow-out at the Ventura County Animal Shelters–Get ’em while you can!

Black Friday blow-out at the Ventura County Animal Shelters–Get ’em while you can!

Black Friday proved very fruitful for all things furry. Animal services is offering a $20 flat fee out the door for their critters this weekend only.  From their Facebook Page: “Friends. Black Friday got off to an exceptional start. 71 animals got adopted today. That’s 37 dogs, 32 cats, and 2 rabbits from our Camarillo […]

Government Studies Sexual Habits Of Obese Girls

Government Studies Sexual Habits Of Obese Girls

Ventura: “Post Release Offender” arrested for robbery

Ventura: “Post Release Offender” arrested for robbery

You Just Did WHAT ?

You Just Did WHAT ?

By Phil Erwin Speaking Wednesday at a Chicago community center, President Obama endeavored to explain (sell) his recent actions regarding immigration. He pointed out that immigrants account for a fourth of business start-ups, and that 40% of Fortune 500 companies were founded by immigrants or their children. Actually most U.S. businesses are started by immigrants […]

Santa Paula Fire Department decontaminating equipment from Mission Incident

Santa Paula Fire Department decontaminating equipment from Mission Incident

From Santa Paula Fire’s Facebook Page: Engine 82 is currently being decontaminated by Patriot Environmental Services as part of the cleanup efforts on Mission Rock Road. The decontamination efforts are supervised by multiple hazmat specialists and fire apparatus mechanics. Every effort is being made to insure the engine is properly decontaminated before it is returned […]

UC Pension Crisis Creates Teachable Moment

UC Pension Crisis Creates Teachable Moment

Californians have abysmally low levels of civic engagement as evidenced by the recent election where voter turnout set an historic low. And the widespread disengagement of California’s younger voters is even worse. True, in 2008 California’s youth turned out in large numbers to elect Barack Obama as President. And in 2012 they turned out again […]