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Pope Francis Offers ‘Special Prayer’ for California Wildfire Victims

Pope Francis Offers ‘Special Prayer’ for California Wildfire Victims

Joshua Gill | Religion Reporter Pope Francis on Sunday offered a “special prayer” for the victims of the California wildfires, one of which has proven to be the deadliest in California history. Francis said the prayer for both victims of the wildfires and of the freeze of the East Coast during his Sunday address in […]

My Mother’s Turkey with Stuffing–easiest holiday recipe ever!

My Mother’s Turkey with Stuffing–easiest holiday recipe ever!

    My mother couldn’t cook.  Everyone in the family knew it, and most of the neighborhood kids, who made every effort to avoid eating at our house.  But the one thing that lady could make was Thanksgiving turkey.  Now her recipe is just as easy as when she devised a way to cheat fate […]

Gold Coast Transit District Offers Free Fares on Black Friday

Gold Coast Transit District Offers Free Fares on Black Friday

Oxnard, CA – Gold Coast Transit District (GCTD) will be offering free bus rides on all fixed routes on Friday, November 23 in support of local businesses and in appreciation of its customers.  This will be an opportunity for more people to accomplish their holiday shopping and avoid the hassle of parking and traffic. The Free […]

TPP Threatens Our Freedoms

TPP Threatens Our Freedoms

. by Naomi Fisher and Mr R.            .                          Marc L. Busch and Krzysztof J. Pelc’s article in the Washington Post on October 27, 2018, regarding Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP). We quote: “Yes, the TPP agreement is over 5,000 […]

Second-largest CA firm may be preparing for move to Texas

Second-largest CA firm may be preparing for move to Texas

By Chris Reed, Calwatchdog.com California could be on the brink of one of its biggest corporate defections yet with the signs that McKesson Corp. – the pharmaceutical giant that is sixth on the Fortune 500 list – is preparing to move its headquarters from San Francisco to the Dallas area. Apple is the only California company that’s bigger than […]

Water Hydrants Ran Dry as a Tsunami of Fire Chased Fleeing Californians

Water Hydrants Ran Dry as a Tsunami of Fire Chased Fleeing Californians

 By CHRIS WHITE, Energy Reporter Paradise ran dry on water as waves of fire rushed toward people running from wildfires engulfing the small California town. Yet many citizens managed to escape before the blaze consumed their village. One fire outpost near the Sierra Nevada town recorded wind blasts of 52 mph on Nov. 8. A […]

Thousand Oaks | County/City recovery partnership extends Local Assistance Center

Thousand Oaks | County/City recovery partnership extends Local Assistance Center

VENTURA, Calif. – The County of Ventura and the City of Thousand Oaks will extend operation of the Local Assistance Center at the Thousand Oaks Grant R. Brimhall Library through Sunday at 5 p.m. Located at 1401 E. Janss Road in Thousand Oaks, the center opened last Thursday and serves as a one-stop resource for […]

Economic Development Collaborative Opens Post-Fire Business Recovery Center to Serve LA and Ventura Counties

Economic Development Collaborative Opens Post-Fire Business Recovery Center to Serve LA and Ventura Counties

CAMARILLO, Calif. – The Economic Development Collaborative, as host of the Small Business Development Center (SBDC), has opened a Small Business Administration Business Recovery Center at its offices in Camarillo. The center will provide a wide range of free services, from specialized consulting to disaster loans, to businesses impacted by the region’s wildfires.  Located at 4001 […]

Thousand Oaks | Woolsey Fire Burglar Arrested

Thousand Oaks | Woolsey Fire Burglar Arrested

Ventura County Sheriff Department – Incident Press Release On November 10, 2018, Thousand Oaks Police Department patrol deputies were dispatched to the 1700 block of Bridle Oaks Court for a suspicious subject that was found in the owner’s residence. The residents returned to their house after being evacuated due to the Woolsey fire and found […]

Casa Pacifica’s Fashion Show and Luncheon Raises Money For Borderline Shooting Victims

Casa Pacifica’s Fashion Show and Luncheon Raises Money For Borderline Shooting Victims

Westlake Village, CA – The Casa Pacifica Angels presented their 17th Annual Spotlight on Style fashion show and luncheon on Saturday, November 17th at the Four Seasons Hotel in Westlake Village. The runway fashion show produced by Carin Holmenas Productions featured collections from Robert Ellis. The long-historied event was hosted by Susan and Ken Bauer and emceed by […]