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The Historic Fruit Labels of the Heritage Valley

The Historic Fruit Labels of the Heritage Valley

By Sheryl Hamlin A 30 year veteran educator, diagnosis Jim Campos is also a collector of historic fruit box labels. One of many collectors of such ephemera who displayed their collections on Saturday, April 18, 2015 at the Santa Paula Agriculture Museum, Mr. Campos presented a one hour talk entitled “Ventura County Labels”.  In his […]

Santa Paula: Gang member compliance checks lead to two arrests

Santa Paula: Gang member compliance checks lead to two arrests

On Friday April 17th, discount 2015 Santa Paula Police continued day two of the Probation/Parole gang member compliance checks, which were initiated on Thursday April 16th, 2015 assisted by these agencies: Ventura Police Department, Port Hueneme Police Department, Oxnard Police Department, Simi Valley Police Department, Ventura County Sheriff Department, Ventura County District Attorney Investigations, Ventura […]

Santa Paula: Man and his dog stabbed by unknown assailant near church

Santa Paula: Man and his dog stabbed by unknown assailant near church

On Thursday, hospital April 16th at approximately 8:22pm officers responded to a parking lot of a church in the 500 block of W. Harvard Blvd. for a report of a stabbing victim. The reporting party stated they heard a male screaming for help and that the male subject and a dog had been stabbed. When […]

Santa Paula’s Cruise Night 2015 Season Opens

Santa Paula’s Cruise Night 2015 Season Opens

By Sheryl Hamlin A balmy Mediterranean evening welcomed the crowd who came to feast on blocks of collectible cars and culinary treats from Santa Paula’s Main Street restaurants.  Reminiscent of “A CHICKEN IN EVERY POT AND A CAR IN EVERY GARAGE” from the 1928 campaign of Herbert Hoover, drugs food and cars were plentiful. First […]

Santa Paula: Cruisin’ and saving lives

Santa Paula: Cruisin’ and saving lives

Yesterday Santa Paulans strolled Main Street, viagra cruised it, and learned to save lives.  Firefighters were on hand to give a brief CPR tutorial.  The department hosts more extensive instruction.  Watch their Facebook page or Citizens Journal for class announcements. Here are some of the participants who may just one day save a life. *All […]

Fundraising Friday: McKevett Elementary School in Santa Paula Holds Jog-a-thon

Fundraising Friday: McKevett Elementary School in Santa Paula Holds Jog-a-thon

By Sheryl Hamlin The megaphones Friday morning signaled something out of the ordinary. A rush to the sound yielded a field of happy kids in red t-shirts. Smiling parents watched. What could it be? A mother watching from the fence told me it was a jogathon. Her fifth grader was participating to whom she smiled […]

Denny’s Opens in Santa Paula

Denny’s Opens in Santa Paula

By Sheryl Hamlin Closed since 2013, cure the building formerly occupied by Carrows sold to new owners in September 2014, cialis although it had been rumored for some time that Denny’s restaurant would be taking over this facility. The new owner of the building is not necessarily the restaurant chain or the business owner and […]

Santa Paula City Council: Update on SAFER Personnel for Fire Department–Part 2

By Sheryl Hamlin, This article is a continuation of the council meeting of March 2, 2015 which was reported here. The SAFER (Staff for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response) Grant was an $825,000 grant awarded in 2012 and reported previously in the Santa Paula Times. In 2014 the SAFER grant funds were coming to an […]

Valley Express Launch in Santa Paula

Valley Express Launch in Santa Paula

By Sheryl Hamlin To a packed city hall chambers, Council Member and VCTC Commissioner Ginger Gherardi introduced dignitaries from the offices of Congress member Brownley, Ventura County Transit Commission and County Supervisor Long’s office, as well as, the Santa Paula Unified School District, the city of Fillmore and the city of Santa Paula. The inclement […]

Santa Paula Native Returns to Ventura County inspired to Teach

Santa Paula Native Returns to Ventura County inspired to Teach

By Sheryl Hamlin The Blanchard Community Library hosted a community lecture on Thursday, viagra February 19th. The standing room only crowd engaged in an hour long presentation by Dr. Luis Sánchez of the CSU Channel  Islands Sociology Program. Dr. Sánchez, clinic a native of Santa Paula, price left California for education in Ohio State and […]