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Couple Charged in Fraud Scam Targeting Senior Citizen

Couple Charged in Fraud Scam Targeting Senior Citizen

VENTURA, California – District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today the filing of a 27‑count felony complaint against Michael Allen Stewart (DOB 5/4/84) and Selene Castillo Gonzalez (DOB 3/15/84) both of Bakersfield, California. Stewart and Gonzalez are both charged with 11 counts of theft from an elder, 11 counts of grand theft, and 3 counts […]

County’s first Economic Vitality Plan approved by Supervisors

County’s first Economic Vitality Plan approved by Supervisors

The County of Ventura’s first Economic Vitality Strategic Plan was unanimously approved by the Board of Supervisors at their meeting on October 24, 2017. The plan is a first for the County and is intended to foster economic growth in a way that is consistent with the County’s longstanding commitments to quality of life and […]

Ventura County: Senior Summit 2017

Ventura County: Senior Summit 2017

By Sheryl Hamlin Supervisor Parks opened the sixth Ventura County Senior Summit on October 21, 2017 welcoming a full house of about 300 in attendance. On a Ventura perfect day at the historic CSU Channel Islands campus, guests arrived by car or in county provided buses carrying groups from different cities who were then shuttled […]

Camarillo Man Guilty of Second-Degree Murder in Dui-Related Death

Camarillo Man Guilty of Second-Degree Murder in Dui-Related Death

VENTURA, California – District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today that a jury found Joseph Cantrell (DOB 10/29/86), of Camarillo, guilty of second-degree murder, gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated, felony hit-and-run, and driving on a suspended license in connection with the death of Randel Lee Fillmore on August 23, 2015. Cantrell, who had previously been convicted […]

Conejo resident employs religious and constitutional principles to dispute school district book selections

Conejo resident employs religious and constitutional principles to dispute school district book selections

By Barry Gabrielson   Editor’s note: Mr. Gabrielson summarizes constitutional and faith-based criteria for this. He also believes that the so-called “1963 Communist Takeover Goals in America” seem to call for some of what the district has been doing and decay of the public school system in general. Whether you agree or disagree, you might want […]

Santa Clara Waste Water Defendants’ Civil Lawsuit Dismissed

Santa Clara Waste Water Defendants’ Civil Lawsuit Dismissed

VENTURA, California – District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced that the federal court has ruled in favor of the District Attorney and the County, terminating a civil lawsuit arising from the search and arrest of two employees of Santa Clara Waste Water Company.  Dean Poe and David Wirsing were employees of Santa Clara Waste Water […]

Harvest Festival ® Original Art and Craft Show

Harvest Festival ® Original Art and Craft Show

Harvest Festival ® | Ventura Fairgrounds Shopping gets personal when the Ventura Harvest Festival Original Art & Craft Show comes to the Ventura County Fairgrounds October 6-8 featuring over 24,000 handmade original creations. Close to three hundred artisans join in the 28th annual Ventura showcase that combines shopping and entertainment for limitless fun with live […]

COLAB-VC annual meeting

COLAB-VC annual meeting

  You are invited to Ventura County CoLAB’s Annual Meeting!  Come and enjoy a wonderful dinner and great company.  You will get the opportunity to learn about all of the projects that CoLAB is working on throughout the County along with hearing from Ventura County Supervisor Peter Foy! Dear Ventura County CoLAB Supporters,   Our […]

5th Annual Ventura County Farm Day BBQ

5th Annual Ventura County Farm Day BBQ

Ventura County, Calif. (Oct. 2, 2017)—The barbeque for this year’s Ventura County Farm Day will be at Hansen’s Agricultural Research & Extension Center in Santa Paula (14292 W. Telegraph Rd.). The barbeque is the culmination of the day’s activities when over 20 farms around the county open their doors and invite the public to experience a day of […]

Chipotle Sponsors Make A Wish Fundraiser

Chipotle Sponsors Make A Wish Fundraiser

Make a Wish Tri-Counties   It all began in 1980 with a small boy’s wish to be a police officer. Before he died, he got his wish. Arizona Department of Public Safety Officer Ron Cox made arrangements for Chris Greicius, diagnosed with terminal leukemia, to receive his own “smoky bear” uniform, a helicopter ride, a […]