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Port Hueneme: Farmers Market, Walking Pier, Whitest Beaches–Memorial Day Weekend

Port Hueneme: Farmers Market, Walking Pier, Whitest Beaches–Memorial Day Weekend

By Sheryl Hamlin Memorial Day Weekend 2015   Cool, sunny days perfect for pier walking, people watching, mouth watering locally grown strawberries, fresh bread, delicious food and coffee, all of which was to be enjoyed at the Port Hueneme Farmers Market. This pier was damaged in 2014 and out of commission for almost one year. […]

They have our backs — Let’s remember to have theirs

They have our backs — Let’s remember to have theirs

On this Memorial Day weekend let’s not forget those who have given so much for our security both aboard and, especially, at home.  As we see the police maligned in the mainstream media let all of us remember they put their lives on the line for their community.  For that alone, we own them our […]

AFA “Heroes of Conscience” Dinner

AFA “Heroes of Conscience” Dinner

By Michael Greer The American Freedom Alliance held their 9th Annual Heroes of Conscience Dinner at the beautiful Riviera Country Club. It was a wonderfully successful evening, as evidenced by the club having to blink the lights an hour after the end of the event to get us to leave. During cocktails I was so […]

Get out of the car, Bub

Get out of the car, Bub

K9 Yankee pulling over a bad guy at their demo last week!  Decoy is Officer Jack Ortega.  Go get ’em, Yankee!      Thank you for serving our community!  Like them on Facebook Ventura Police Department K9 Unit Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE  *Scroll down to post a comment

Cancer strikes mother of four just when she thought life couldn’t get any better

Cancer strikes mother of four just when she thought life couldn’t get any better

This time last year, Jennifer Davis, known to her friends and family as Jenn, was living a happy life as a mother of four.  After years of struggling with alcoholism she was at peace. Jenn looked forward to planning summer activities for her little girl Dallas, her youngest child who had just turned one. That […]

Opportunity Knocks for Amenities on the Santa Clara River in East Ventura

Opportunity Knocks for Amenities on the Santa Clara River in East Ventura

Ventura Animal Services receives generous gift from Simi Valley merchant

Ventura Animal Services receives generous gift from Simi Valley merchant

On Saturday, May 15th, the owners of Theresa Country Feed and Pets officially “opened” the new play yard at the Ventura County Animal adoption center in Simi Valley.  Mayor Huber was there to cut the ribbon and raise the “scoop” at the opening.  It’s the community spirit of giving that makes our county a great […]

Just another Oxnard march for peace and against violence… or?

Just another Oxnard march for peace and against violence… or?

By George Miller Greg Runyon was a drug-addled loser who was in and out of prison in Northern California for years, before finding the Lord, becoming an ordained minster and now incredibly running the Gold Coast Fellowship Church in downtown Oxnard. He now ministers to, among others, the most at-risk people: drug addicts, criminals, gang members, the down and out, […]

CoverHound Gives Back to the Ventura County Sheriff’s K9 Unit

CoverHound Gives Back to the Ventura County Sheriff’s K9 Unit

CoverHound,  an agency capable of giving you quick online insurance quotes, was well represented at the recent Dining with Dogs event held to support the Ventura County Sheriff’s K9 Unit.  Many believe just because these dogs serve in a publically funded law enforcement department all their expenses are covered by taxpayers.  These dogs are incredibly […]

Attendees at Rim of the Valley meeting express concerns over a new national park

Attendees at Rim of the Valley meeting express concerns over a new national park

By Debra Tash On Wednesday night, April 6th, the National Park Service held one of six public meetings on their Rim of the Valley proposal in Thousand Oaks.  The impetus for this proposal came from Congressman Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) in 2008 through the Consolidated National Resources Act.  It tasked the National Park Service (NPS) to […]