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New local book – Images of America: Ventura County

New local book – Images of America: Ventura County

Ventura County has its roots in the founding of Mission San Buenaventura during the Spanish era (1769–1821). During the Mexican era (1822–1846), expansive mission lands were divided and granted out as ranchos for individual landownership to those with political influence and to former soldiers for loyal service during the war. When California became a state […]

Ventura County High School Students Invited to Virtual Coding Event

Ventura County High School Students Invited to Virtual Coding Event

Hackathon by the Sea is May 21-22 Ventura County high school students are invited to attend the Hackathon by the Sea, a two-day computer coding event presented by the Ventura County Office of Education with support from the U.S. Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Engineering & Expeditionary Warfare Center. Hacker Fund, which is a national nonprofit […]

Ventura County Resident Charged with Hate Crime

Ventura County Resident Charged with Hate Crime

VENTURA, California – Tyler James Clark (DOB 03/04/88), of Ventura, has been charged with one felony count of assault with a deadly weapon committed with a hate crime allegation, and one misdemeanor count of resisting, obstructing, or delaying a peace officer.    On May 5, 2021, Clark yelled racial slurs at an African American man […]

Commentary | 14 More Reasons why not to take the COVID “VACCINE” – May 11. 2021 -Ventura County Board of Supervisors – Agenda #8

Commentary | 14 More Reasons why not to take the COVID “VACCINE” – May 11. 2021 -Ventura County Board of Supervisors – Agenda #8

    Editorial By Judy Bruce So far, no one has been able to answer the objections below; therefore, many people are opting out of this nano-tech gene-editing device. Here are 14 more reasons not to take the Covid “Vaccine”: There is the ugly history of attempts to make coronavirus vaccines. In the 1960’s, scientists […]

Should Oxnard Take Over Ambulance Services?

Should Oxnard Take Over Ambulance Services?

Editorial     By Doug Partello The City presses forward with a $20M contract with Falck ambulance service, for three years,  $500K in equipment, and billing contract with Trident, when the court battle over their ability to go it alone is not yet resolved. So, the City is rolling the dice they will get a favorable […]

Thousand Oaks | Arrest made for Possession of a Weapon on School Grounds

Thousand Oaks | Arrest made for Possession of a Weapon on School Grounds

Ventura County Sheriff – Incident Press Release On May 4th, 2021, Thousand Oaks Police Department School Resource Officers began an investigation of a male juvenile who recently brought a handgun to a school in Thousand Oaks. It was reported the juvenile suspect displayed the handgun to students who believed the handgun was real. School Resource […]

Open letter to the School Board and parents of Ventura County – Why I am taking my kids out of your system

Open letter to the School Board and parents of Ventura County – Why I am taking my kids out of your system

Editorial By Jennifer Amodei Since my kids were in kindergarten they have been happily going to our local public school. It was filled with a diverse group of children who never learned to see their differences as we all are immigrants from other lands who were happy to pursue this American dream together. It is […]

Expansion of the Ventura County Family Justice Center Services to Help Hate Crime Victims

Expansion of the Ventura County Family Justice Center Services to Help Hate Crime Victims

District Attorney Erik Nasarenko announced to the Ventura County Board of Supervisors, the expansion of the Ventura County Family Justice Center’s (FJC) services to help victims of hate crime. Since opening on March 1, 2019, the FJC has provided services to over 4,000 victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, elder abuse, and human […]

California Distinguished Schools Include Two in Ventura County

California Distinguished Schools Include Two in Ventura County

Two Ventura County high schools are being honored as 2021 California Distinguished Schools by the California Department of Education. Oak Park High School in the Oak Park Unified School District and Rancho Campana High School in the Oxnard Union High School Districts are recipients of this coveted award. “I want to congratulate everyone at Oak […]

Seasons Catering Announces Collaboration with Farmivore, Bringing Farm Fresh Produce to Your Family Table Ventura County

Seasons Catering Announces Collaboration with Farmivore, Bringing Farm Fresh Produce to Your Family Table Ventura County

At the heart of Ventura County is its abundant, locally farmed produce which just got easier to enjoy thanks to Seasons Catering and Farmivore. The two companies have collaborated to bring Farmivore’s Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) boxes directly to Ventura County residents’ doors utilizing Seasons Catering’s Good2Go door-step delivery service. “It just seemed like a […]

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