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VC Supervisor Candidate says he employs hundreds of illegal, er, “undocumented immigrants”

VC Supervisor Candidate says he employs hundreds of illegal, er, “undocumented immigrants”

By Cherie Lynnae Whitaker   I was listening to the “live” streaming of the Republican Women  Federated meeting the County Supervisors Candidates meeting on Facebook, presented by T.J. McInturff. I listened intently to Andy Waters, candidate, who is a farmer from the Moorpark area. I have heard good and bad, but now was the chance to hear his viewpoints.What […]

NBVC is open to the public for the NBVC Mud Run

NBVC is open to the public for the NBVC Mud Run

Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC) will open its gates to the public for the annual Mud Run from 10:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., Saturday, April 28, at NBVC Port Hueneme. The five-kilometer course, built each year by the Seabees, NBVC’s expeditionary construction group, will present even more challenges than previous events, with a two-mile run, […]

The Collection at RiverPark Welcomes Local Surf Boutique, Ahoy Surf

The Collection at RiverPark Welcomes Local Surf Boutique, Ahoy Surf

Locally owned and operated Ahoy Surf is pleased to announce the grand opening of their new location at The Collection at RiverPark. On Saturday May 12, customers are invited to stop by Ahoy Surf and enjoy various activities throughout the day, including raffles, door prizes and an evening champagne toast. Ahoy Surf offers clothing and […]

California Strawberry Festival 35th Anniversary Celebration is Berry Fun

California Strawberry Festival 35th Anniversary Celebration is Berry Fun

Now celebrating its 35th anniversary, the California Strawberry Festival is the nation’s premiere showcase for every type of strawberry food or taste creation. This year’s event takes place May 19 and 20 at Strawberry Meadows of College Park in Oxnard (3250 South Rose Avenue). The festival’s 50 food vendors are all required to serve at least one tasty strawberry-themed […]

Ventura Murderer’s Accomplices Known – But Still at Large

Ventura Murderer’s Accomplices Known – But Still at Large

By Paul D. White Only the man who stabbed Anthony Mele is in jail (more).  Countless other de facto accomplices who played critical roles in his death, have yet to be held publicly responsible for their part in this tragic – and avoidable killing.  The list includes the following: The Ventura Chief of Police, who created a Municipal Code […]

Grab Your Clubs: SEEAG Cup Golf Tournament – June 25

Grab Your Clubs: SEEAG Cup Golf Tournament – June 25

The 8th annual Ventura County AG Day Golf Tournament will be held at Spanish Hills Country Club on Monday, June 25th, 2018 at noon. The AG Day Golf Tournament is a day to show your support for children’s agricultural education while enjoying a gorgeous and fun-filled day on the green. SEEAG is very proud that […]

Metrolink Destination: Newhall

Metrolink Destination: Newhall

  FEATURED METROLINK DESTINATION OLD TOWN NEWHALL CHERISHES ITS WESTERN SPIRIT WHAT TO DO: The Old West beckons just a few blocks from the Metrolink Newhall Station. See buffalo grazing at William S. Hart Regional Park or tour the famed silent movie cowboy actor’s home, or take the kids hiking on easy trails, or let them […]

Santa Maria, San Luis Obispo Nurse Receives National VA’s Excellence in Nursing Award

Santa Maria, San Luis Obispo Nurse Receives National VA’s Excellence in Nursing Award

Santa Maria and San Luis Obispo Veterans have one more reason to feel good about their local healthcare services at the VA, as they now have a nationally recognized nurse providing their care. The Veterans Health Administration recently announced Anabel Quintanar, RN-BC, MSN as the national winner of the 2018 VA Secretary’s Awards for Excellence […]

Man Charged with Premeditated Murder for Ventura Beach Restaurant Stabbing

Man Charged with Premeditated Murder for Ventura Beach Restaurant Stabbing

VENTURA, California – District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced that Jamal Jackson (DOB 4/13/69) has been charged with premeditated first-degree murder for the stabbing death of Anthony Mele. The homicide occurred on April 18, 2018, at a restaurant in Ventura. It is also alleged that Jackson has a prior “strike” offense for residential burglary. The case […]

This is how the data revolution is helping students in Ventura County

This is how the data revolution is helping students in Ventura County

Stan Mantooth,  Ventura County Superintendent of Schools   The Big Ways that Big Data is Reshaping Education In the business world, it’s often said that measuring something is the first step to improving it, and the same holds true in education. More than ever before, we have the tools to measure and analyze the performance […]

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