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Santa Paula Fire Department: Beware–As weather warms rattlesnakes become active

Santa Paula Fire Department: Beware–As weather warms rattlesnakes become active

Living large on a living barge–23: A six month per year barge tour of Europe, in installments

Living large on a living barge–23: A six month per year barge tour of Europe, in installments

By Tom Miller Tom and family are touring Europe by barge. This is the 23d in his series of reports on what is to be six months per year of cruising the waterways there. Editors Note: Last week Tom made it into Strasbourg

Candidate’s Corner: Douglas Kmiec Independent for the 26th Congressional District

Candidate’s Corner: Douglas Kmiec Independent for the 26th Congressional District

We invite all the candidates who are running for office in our area to provide us with a statement.  When we receive these we will be posting them in our latest feature: Candidate’s Corner. After all, it’s your backyard, Ventura County. From Douglas Kmiec, Independent for the 26th Congressional District: As the forum at California […]

Living large on a living barge–22: A six month per year barge tour of Europe, in installments

Living large on a living barge–22: A six month per year barge tour of Europe, in installments

By Tom Miller Tom and family are touring Europe by barge. This is the 18th in his series of reports on what is to be six months per year of cruising the waterways there. Editors Note: Last week Tom managed to get Rabelo through Arzviller lock – tight squeeze

More Affordable Housing coming to Thousand Oaks

More Affordable Housing coming to Thousand Oaks

Living large on a living barge–21: A six month per year barge tour of Europe, in installments

Living large on a living barge–21: A six month per year barge tour of Europe, in installments

By Tom Miller Tom and family are touring Europe by barge. This is the 18th in his series of reports on what is to be six months per year of cruising the waterways there. Editors Note: Last week Tom sailed down t

Living large on a living barge–20: A six month per year barge tour of Europe, in installments

Living large on a living barge–20: A six month per year barge tour of Europe, in installments

By Tom Miller Tom and family are touring Europe by barge. This is the 18th in his series of reports on what is to be six months per year of cruising the waterways there. Editors Note: Last week Tom sailed down the Mosselle River

Army Corps of Engineers and EPA Poised to reach into your backyard and regulate that puddle

Army Corps of Engineers and EPA Poised to reach into your backyard and regulate that puddle

By Steve Neugebauer Editor’s Note: We are pleased to welcome back Mr. Steve Neugebauer, an expert hydrologist, geological, engineering consultant. This is not the first time the Corps (Army Corps of Engineers) and USEPA (United States Environmental Protection Agency) have tried to regulate more than true navigable waters and it will not be the last […]

Glaring “Quantitative Easing” Failure Spotted- What does THAT mean?

Glaring “Quantitative Easing” Failure Spotted- What does THAT mean?

By: Jim Willie CB, GoldenJackass.com Editor’s note: This should disturb anyone with financial/macroeconomic knowledge and common sense. We are told that the economy is “recovering,” but is it merely being propped up by doubling down on a losing bet?  You probably have not seen this in mainstream news or financial reports.  Hardly anyone reads the obscure […]

Young composer from Moorpark College honored at Kennedy Center

Young composer from Moorpark College honored at Kennedy Center

By Debra Tash Brendan McMullin’s “Sal y Pimienta” for jazz big band won first place at the third annual National Band Association’s Young Jazz Composers Composition Competition. As a result the composition was performed by the Airmen of Note, the top US Air Force Jazz Band, at the Kennedy Center on Monday, April 21st.  The […]