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Vaccinations for Educators to be Accelerated in Ventura County

Vaccinations for Educators to be Accelerated in Ventura County

The County of Ventura today announced a new goal of providing school employees with their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine by the end of March, which is significantly sooner than had originally been anticipated. This will be accomplished by working with local health care providers to administer vaccinations to educators in addition to using […]

More Elementary Schools Permitted to Reopen as Educator Vaccinations are Set to Begin

More Elementary Schools Permitted to Reopen as Educator Vaccinations are Set to Begin

Ventura County has reached a COVID-19 case rate that allows all elementary schools to resume in-person instruction as early as today if they choose to do so and have taken required safety measures. At the same time, the County of Ventura will begin vaccinating teachers starting next Monday. “These two developments are encouraging steps in the […]

Ventura County Community College District Issues Statement Regarding Video of Faculty Member with Disabled Student

Ventura County Community College District Issues Statement Regarding Video of Faculty Member with Disabled Student

Ventura County Community College District is deeply troubled by the behavior seen in a video posted on social media by students on Feb. 18, showing an interaction between a student who is hard-of-hearing and an Oxnard College faculty member.  “The Ventura County Community College District is opposed to any language or behavior which is offensive […]

Ventura County Board of Supervisors Approves Four New Workforce Development Board Members

Ventura County Board of Supervisors Approves Four New  Workforce Development Board Members

Ventura, Calif.—Over the past year, the Ventura County Board of Supervisors approved the recommendation from the Workforce Development Board (WDB) to appoint four new WDB board members. Each will serve a three-year term. New member Shaffiq Rahim is president/owner of Hi-Tech Engineering in Camarillo. His focus as a board member is the growth and economic […]

Harriet H. Samuelsson Foundation Awards $590,000 in Grant Funding to Local Non-Profits

Harriet H. Samuelsson Foundation Awards $590,000 in Grant Funding to Local Non-Profits

The trustees of the Harriet H. Samuelsson Foundation recently awarded grants totaling $590,000 to 11 local non-profit organizations providing remote and in-person services to youth and adolescents during this ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.  Grants ranged from $10,000 to $150,000, and were allocated as follows: $40,000 to Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Ventura County for contactless food drop […]

COVID-19 Vaccine Phase Expands to 65+ in Ventura County

COVID-19 Vaccine Phase Expands to 65+ in Ventura County

The COVID-19 Vaccine Phase has expanded to 65 and older in Ventura County. Appointments can be made at https://www.venturacountyrecovers.org/vaccine-information/portal/or by calling 805-477-7161. Appointments are limited because of limited vaccine supply. www.venturacountyrecovers.org Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE

SinglePayer car caravan in Ventura County Saturday Feb 6th

SinglePayer car caravan in Ventura County Saturday Feb 6th

This coming Saturday on February 6th, 2020  There is a car rally to support Single Payer for California. Our Insurance Health Care system is broken. These folks are rallying to support a better health care system that will work for Californians. Here is the Address: CalCare Day of Action: Ventura Car CaravanHarry A Lyon Park2060 Cameron […]

Second COVID-19 Mutation Detected in Ventura County in Oxnard Sewage

Second COVID-19 Mutation Detected in Ventura County in Oxnard Sewage

Ventura, CA – A second COVID-19 mutation has been detected in Ventura County. An Oxnard sewage study result revealed the presence of a second mutation in a small amount of the COVID virus present in the sample. Oxnard has been testing samples of its wastewater on a weekly basis for a number of weeks. The […]

Standard & Poor’s gives highest rating to County’s Treasury Pool

Standard & Poor’s gives highest rating to County’s Treasury Pool

VENTURA, Calif. – Ventura County Treasurer/Tax Collector Steven Hintz has announced that Standard & Poor’s has reaffirmed its “AAAf” and “S1+” ratings of the Ventura County Treasury Pool.  “Standard & Poor’s conducts a careful examination and analysis of the portfolio. The process is almost like an audit,” said Hintz. “I am extremely pleased and proud […]

Ventura County’s reminder – January 27th is Gun Turn In Day

Ventura County’s reminder – January 27th is Gun Turn In Day

As a reminder, the Ventura Sheriff’s Office, and all the cities that contract police services with the Sheriff’s Office, will host a gun turn-in on January 27th, 2021 from 12:00pm till 8:00pm. Ventura County is a safe community to live in and thankfully gun violence is not on the rise in our communities. But many […]

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