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SEEAG Receives Grant From Reiter Affiliated Companies

SEEAG Receives Grant From Reiter Affiliated Companies

Students for Eco-Education and Agriculture (SEEAG), a nonprofit organization that helps young students understand and appreciate the origins of their food, has received a $5,000 grant from Reiter Affiliated Companies (RAC). The grant funds will help SEEAG expand its education efforts through its Journey of Our Food school programs and its annual Ventura County Farm […]

NWS storm forecast presentation

NWS storm forecast presentation

By Gerard Kapuscik Attached you’ll find a most excellent, visually-resonant, PowerPoint presentation regarding the latest forecast information on this weekend’s upcoming expected heavy-rains.  The presentation was prepared by Eric Boldt, Warning Coordination Meteorologist, in the LA Office of the NWS (National Weather Service). I have always found Mr. Boldt’s forecast information current and helpful, and […]

Ventura College Spring 2017 Late-Start Enrollment Options

Ventura College Spring 2017 Late-Start Enrollment Options

Ventura College classes commenced on January 9, 2017, for the Spring 2017 semester. Although the semester has officially begun, it is not too late for students to register for classes; course offerings are diverse and flexible to accommodate student needs. Students balancing work and family life may use the advanced search feature in the online […]

D.A. Files Charges in Grand Theft/Money Laundering Case against Santa Barbara Man

D.A. Files Charges in Grand Theft/Money Laundering Case against Santa Barbara Man

Williams pleads guilty to charge of Human Trafficking

Williams pleads guilty to charge of Human Trafficking

Fresno resident Demarea L. Williams (DOB 8/23/1993) pled guilty to one charge of felony human trafficking on January 4, 2016. On December 20, 2016, the Ventura Police Department received a 911 call from a female adult victim who stated she was being held against her will by Williams and was being forced to engage in […]

Newly Elected District 3 Supervisor Kelly Long Takes Oath of Office  and Announces New Staff Members

Newly Elected District 3 Supervisor Kelly Long Takes Oath of Office  and Announces New Staff Members

Thousand Oaks dealership offers model information on 2017 VW vehicles

Thousand Oaks dealership offers model information on 2017 VW vehicles

Neftin Volkswagen offers in-depth information on its new models THOUSAND OAKS, buy Calif., prostate Dec. 30, case 2016 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — When it comes time for drivers to find a new vehicle, sifting through the vast number of vehicles out there can be a daunting task for many. To assist its customers in researching prospective vehicles, […]

Ventura County Public Works Agency earns grant for the Matilija Dam Ecosystem Restoration Project

Ventura County Public Works Agency earns grant for the Matilija Dam Ecosystem Restoration Project

Santa’s sleigh flight schedule

Santa’s sleigh flight schedule

Aspen Helicopters is sponsoring Santa’s journey to SouthWestern Ventura County tonight! Ventura County Santa-In-Lights Unfortunately, the weather was too severe for Santa to make his 2015 run. Aspen Helicopters will try again this Christmas Eve. Happy New Year! The “Santa-In-Lights” flights would not be possible without all the help we received from: Friend Electric Oxnard Auto […]

Detention Services to Launch Inmate Canine Training Program at Todd Road Jail Facility

Detention Services to Launch Inmate Canine Training Program at Todd Road Jail Facility

The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office Detention Services Division will be launching a new interactive inmate program named “R.U.F.F. Road” (Rehabilitation Utilizing Furry Friends) scheduled to start in January 2017.  The 16-week collaborative program allows inmates who are instructed by expert dog trainers to train shelter dogs in preparation for adoption. The Sheriff’s Office has established […]