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Ventura County chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners installs 2018-19 Board

Ventura County chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners installs 2018-19 Board

Ventura County, CA — The Ventura County chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO VC) installed its new Board of Directors on July 17, 2018. Installed by Ken Ashford of longtime NAWBO VC corporate partner, The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, the new Board represents a broad spectrum of industries, leadership […]

Ventura Vagrant arrested | Suspected of battering victim in head with bag of rocks

Ventura Vagrant arrested | Suspected of battering victim in head with bag of rocks

Ventura Police Department – Incident Press Release  On August 15th at 11:43  AM, the Ventura Police Department Command Center received a 911 call of two males in a physical fight outside of Catholic Charities, 303 N. Ventura Ave. Officers arrived on scene and located the 50-year-old male victim, who was found to be suffering from a […]

Community Memorial Health System Recognized for Outstanding Stroke Care

Community Memorial Health System Recognized for Outstanding Stroke Care

(Ventura, California) Community Memorial Health System has once again been awarded the American Heart/American Stroke Association’s “Gold Plus Achievement Award” as well as the association’s “Target Stroke Honor Roll Elite Plus Achievement Award” which highlights the health system’s dedication to the highest standards in stroke care. Both recognitions will be featured in US News & World […]

Visit Ventura | Driving the Economy Through Tourism

Visit Ventura | Driving the Economy Through Tourism

Visit Ventura proudly presents their third annual end of year video depicting a summary of their efforts through FY17/18. It has been an unforgettable year filled with resiliency and commit that resulted in a 3.3% increase in Transient Occupancy Tax year over year notwithstanding impacts from what was at the time the largest wildlife in California’s modern […]

Fillmore Teens Arrested for Stealing over $3000 of Football Equipment at Saint Bonaventure High School

Fillmore Teens Arrested for Stealing over $3000 of Football Equipment at Saint Bonaventure High School

Ventura Police Department – Incident Press Release  On 8/4/18, at approximately 12:00 PM, the Ventura Police Command Center received a report of a burglary that occurred at the Saint Bonaventure High School men’s locker room. The school’s football coach reported that over $3,000 worth of football equipment had been stolen. Officers spoke with a witness and […]

Recipe of the Week | Eggplant, Halloumi Cheese, and Pesto Burger

Recipe of the Week | Eggplant, Halloumi Cheese, and Pesto Burger

Halloumi is a slightly springy white cheese from the Mediterranean isle of Cyprus.  It is traditionally made from a mixture of goat and sheep milk. Its texture is similar to that of whole milk mozzarella and has a strong, salty flavor as a result of the brine in which it is shipped. And here’s the […]

Mexico Based Heroin Distribution Network Dismantled

Mexico Based Heroin Distribution Network Dismantled

Ventura County Sheriff – Incident Press Release  The Ventura County Narcotics Task Force concluded a four month long investigation into the Chaidez-Gonzalez crime family with the arrest of several individuals and service of search warrants related to heroin sales. This organization was found to be supplying heroin delivery services, as well as individual dealers, with […]

Trump Interior Secretary Wants to Log California Forests to Limit Wildfires

Trump Interior Secretary Wants to Log California Forests to Limit Wildfires

By Chriss Street Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke said during a visit to fire-ravaged regions of California this weekend that the Trump administration would seek changes in forestry management policies to reduce the severity of wildfires. Zinke was in Redding, California, to tour the devastation of the Carr Fire and advocate for President Donald Trump’s plan to […]

Border Patrol Busts ‘HUMAN STASH HOUSE,’ Discovers Family Charging Illegals Money for Shelter

Border Patrol Busts ‘HUMAN STASH HOUSE,’ Discovers Family Charging Illegals Money for Shelter

Sharan Kumar | Contributor A family of Mexican illegal immigrants was arrested last week after they were found to be running a “human stash house,” charging $150 for each illegal immigrant they sheltered in their Texas home, KENS5 reports. “I was thinking they were just family that were just visiting,” said Blanca Cantu, a neighbor, about the […]

T.O. Has a Choice between Developers or their Heritage Oak Trees

T.O. Has a Choice between Developers or their Heritage Oak Trees

    By Gail Hubbs I’m sitting in my house located in “Thousand Oaks”,  reading from our local newspaper named “The Acorn”, and people wonder why there’s such an uproar over preserving our city’s oaks.  The city seal is an oak tree stamped on City Hall and every city bus and utility truck whose frequent […]