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Rob McCoy:  “We see the decline of freedom in speech in America”

Rob McCoy:  “We see the decline of freedom in speech in America”

By Michael Hernandez (Editor’s Note:  The Community Legacy Series continues with a lecture every Wednesday from 7-8 p.m. at Godspeak Calvary Chapel, 2697 Lavery Court, Suite 14, Newbury Park.) NEWBURY PARK–“We see the decline of freedom of speech in America,” said Councilman Rob McCoy at the Community Legacy Lecture Series.   “It is the quickest way […]

Supervisor Kelly Long completes first year in office

Supervisor Kelly Long completes first year in office

CAMARILLO, Calif. – On January 4, 2018, County of Ventura Third District Supervisor Kelly Long completed her first year in office.  It has been a busy year for the former entrepreneur, business executive, and school board trustee who ran for office so she could apply her leadership, management, engineering, education and business background to the […]

Roommate’s Prank is Called the Funniest Tweet of All Time

Roommate’s Prank is Called the Funniest Tweet of All Time

People were calling it the best Twitter post of all time. @Deno_Tron, who describes himself a stand-up comedian earned a quarter million Likes for his hilarious tweet after he pranked his roommate. The Italian from Brooklyn wrote that he had been asked by his roomie to clean up a bit before he arrived back home […]

Reliving 2017 with Reel Guppy Outdoors – Kids, fish and memories!

Reliving 2017 with Reel Guppy Outdoors – Kids, fish and memories!

Tom Dunn: “Reel Guppy Outdoors is a wonderful adventure started by Kevin Brannon that brings together kids and their parents to fish together at local piers. Kids meet other kids, share a common interest and learn social skills, start friendships and spend quality time with their parents. What a great idea, being outdoors and having […]

After serving tours in Iraq, a veteran is now fighting to fly his American and Marine Corps flags at home

After serving tours in Iraq, a veteran is now fighting to fly his American and Marine Corps flags at home

Michael Pereira A Texas veteran and his wife are challenging their home owner’s association after the group ordered them to take down the American and Marine Corps flags they had been flying in their yard.

Here’s how your passport could be useless, even if it’s not expired

Here’s how your passport could be useless, even if it’s not expired

If you love to travel, a passport is one of the most important documents you’ll ever possess, as it allows you to visit almost any country in the world without a visa. But what if we told you that your passport could be not expired, but invalid nonetheless?

Ventura: The Average Cost of Water

Ventura: The Average Cost of Water

By Dan Cormode Certain responses from Ventura Water Staff to a request for public information cause one to question the quality and veracity of the results of the 2018 Ventura Water Rate Study for the Water and Wastewater Enterprise Funds currently under preparation by Ventura Water.  Ventura Water was requested to identify the estimated current […]

We’re three million miles closer to the sun in January than we are in July. So why isn’t it hot?

We’re three million miles closer to the sun in January than we are in July. So why isn’t it hot?

It turns out proximity is pretty inconsequential. Brrr space is cold. Pixabay There’s something about the geometry of space that’s never quite made sense to me. I know that the axial tilt of the Earth is the reason we have seasons, but if a slight angle away from the sun can make me see my […]

Can eating mostly fat help you lose weight?

Can eating mostly fat help you lose weight?

On paper, the ketogenic diet sounds great. Every January, fat’s in the crosshairs of health columnists, fitness magazines, and desperate Americans. This year, PopSci looks at the macronutrient beyond its most negative associations.

Post-Fire Drone Flight over Ondulando-Clearpoint Neighborhoods in Ventura

Post-Fire Drone Flight over Ondulando-Clearpoint Neighborhoods in Ventura

Editor’s note: This was sent to us by an associate, The author, who is not the you tube pageholder, authorized us to publish their text below, without attribution:   The shot with the fire truck going down the road is the lower part of our street. Our front fence was burned and the rear of […]