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When Is Literature Not Literature For Public School Students?

When Is Literature Not Literature For Public School Students?

It’s NOT black and white! Do you love to read? Do your children love to read? Do you know what is on their school’s approved reading lists? Whether one has a child in school or not, we should all care deeply about what books young minds are consuming. If you have been influenced by literature, […]

Constitution Week, Ventura County, and YOU!

Constitution Week, Ventura County, and YOU!

By Deborah Baber Savalla Saturday September 23, 2017 marks the official end of Constitution Week 2017 celebrations, proclamations, and recognition. This year is the 230th birthday of our United States Constitution, ready for ratification on September 17, 1787. It is never too late to celebrate our vaunted, law-giving, life-affirming document in Ventura County though. On Monday, […]

San Bernardino Man Pleads Guilty to Pimping and Pandering Charges

San Bernardino Man Pleads Guilty to Pimping and Pandering Charges

Percy Stanley (DOB 07/24/1989), of San Bernardino, pled guilty to pimping a minor.  Sentencing is set for October 17, 2017, at 9:00 a.m., in the Ventura Superior Court, County of Ventura, courtroom 12.  He is expected to receive a three-year prison sentence. Co-defendant, Asia Jones (DOB 10/31/1998), of Moreno Valley, pled guilty in March to […]

Camarillo Couple Charged with Fraudulent Car Sales on Craigslist

Camarillo Couple Charged with Fraudulent Car Sales on Craigslist

District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today the filing of a 19-count felony complaint against Bridgette Loraine Gallo (DOB 12/19/74) and Richard Cory Neal (DOB 2/10/78), of Camarillo.  The complaint alleges that the couple conspired together to commit grand theft by false pretenses by selling cars on Craigslist without disclosing that the cars were subject […]

Major Jeff Burum announces candidacy for CA 26th District Congress Brownley seat

Major Jeff Burum announces candidacy for CA 26th District Congress Brownley seat

Oxnard resident, United States Air Force Major (Retired) Jeffrey Burum, also known as “The California Bear,” is a Republican candidate for Congress in CA District 26, challenging Rep. Julia Brownley (D-Westlake Village), who represents the southern central coast and most of Ventura County. Major Burum is known for his lengthy career as a Desert Storm and Cold […]

Area Cities, County, School Board, to Proclaim Constitution Week

Area Cities, County, School Board, to Proclaim Constitution Week

By George Miller At their Tuesday, Sept. 19 meeting, the Oxnard City Council will proclaim, honor and celebrate U.S. Constitution Week, September 17-23 (see agenda item E)  per Public Law 915. Today is the 230th Anniversary (9-17-1787) of this most powerful, famous political document in the world. We are aware that Ojai, Camarillo, The Ventura County […]

Congresswoman Brownley staffer has police remove CA Citizen from DC office

Congresswoman Brownley staffer has police remove CA Citizen from DC office

By George Miller A Rep. Julia Brownley (CD-26, CA) Congressional staffer hit the panic button Friday (0930 9-15-17) and called Capitol Police on Arthur Schaper, a well-known SoCal Conservative, in-your-face activist, while he was at the DC office protesting DACA and Brownley’s positions on immigration. While things like this were happening in Washington today, California […]

New Local Business Helps Seniors, Families Through Transitions

New Local Business Helps Seniors, Families Through Transitions

When Kevin Hatcher lost three loved ones around the same time, he was inspired to do two things – spend more time with his family and create a local resource for people facing a life transition. Now he’s pleased to announce he’s doing both of those things with his new business, Caring Transitions of Ventura […]

Marcus Mitchell named as director of Ventura County Child Support Services

Marcus Mitchell named as director of Ventura County Child Support Services

By a unanimous vote on September 12, the Board of Supervisors concurred with the recommendation of County Executive Officer Mike Powers to appoint Marcus R. Mitchell as the County’s new director of the Ventura County Department of Child Support Services. “Marcus is a highly talented child support professional,” said Powers. “He has a demonstrated ability […]

Transient arrested: Suspected of brush fire in Rincon Area

Transient arrested: Suspected of brush fire in Rincon Area

Ventura County Sheriff – Incident Press Release On 09/09/17, at about 1:33 p.m., Ventura County Fire requested the assists of the Sheriff’s Air Unit for a brush fire in the area of San Miguelito Road (Rincon Area). When Air Unit 6 arrived they saw a subject in the area of the brush fire. The subject was detained […]