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Historic Church On Home Tour

Historic Church On Home Tour

Senior to Senior: Two elderly shelter dogs visit their human counterparts

Senior to Senior: Two elderly shelter dogs visit their human counterparts

Two elderly inhabitants of Ventura County Animal Service’s (VCAS) shelter were taken for outing yesterday.  They were taken to the Camarillo Healthcare District (CHD).  There they met other seniors, the two legged variety.  Darla (A624198) and Patches (A623783) were a hit, getting pats on the head and a scratch on the back, and moreover, getting […]

Discover Historical Bardsdale: The Town that Never Was!

Discover Historical Bardsdale: The Town that Never Was!

By Dick Diaz On Saturday, November 7th, from 10:00am-3:00pm, the Bardsdale United Methodist Church will sponsor a home tour of four homes and the historical church, built in 1898. The cost of the tour is $25.00. The tour will feature a working ranch, a registered county landmark Mediteranian style villa, a California craftsman home and […]

“Go Fund Yourself”: Planned Parenthood Protesting

“Go Fund Yourself”: Planned Parenthood Protesting

By George Miller We were wondering: what was the point of CitizensJournal.us covering still another of the endless Planned Parenthood and Pro-life protests, which have been going on for decades? What exactly is being accomplished by all of these? And what about the recent arson at the Thousand Oaks facility? Roe v Wade has been […]

“Gratitude in the Journey’ Renee Bondi Concert inspired many

“Gratitude in the Journey’ Renee Bondi Concert inspired many

On Saturday, September 26th, the local community was invited to an inspirational free concert entitled ‘Gratitude in the Journey’, featuring the gifted performer Renée Bondi. Nearly 200 attended this exceptional concert, held at Ventura Community Presbyterian Church, made possible through the generosity of a local resident, Phyllis Grey, who has been challenged by multiple myeloma, […]

Buyer Beware: A Mammogram’s Price Can Vary By Nearly $1,000, Study Finds

Buyer Beware: A Mammogram’s Price Can Vary By Nearly $1,000, Study Finds

When the Autumn Falls–Welcoming the Season

When the Autumn Falls–Welcoming the Season

From the photographer Tom Baldwin: It’s fall again, and the mountains are at their prettiest. but it is cooling fast now and the leaves are not just changing but dropping. Soon the limbs with be bare. In fact, we had our first snow of the season last night at the higher elevations at around 10,000 […]

A Pictorial–Around the County with Donna Hendricks: Oxnard

A Pictorial–Around the County with Donna Hendricks: Oxnard

Ms. Hendricks takes us through the largest city in our county by capturing it with her camera.  In 1542 the Spanish explorer Cabrillo called the area where Oxnard would one day stand as the, “land of everlasting summers.” There were some 50,000 native Americans in the vicinity then, the Chumash who were divided into three linguistic […]

Very informative Fire Prevention & Disaster Preparedness Training Academy & Fair

Very informative Fire Prevention & Disaster Preparedness Training Academy & Fair

By George Miller The Oxnard Fire Dept. hosted a very useful event and open house on Saturday, October 3, at the shiny new $24 million Fire Station 8. It was intended to educate and inform residents about emergency risks and how to best deal with them. These risks included earthquakes, fires, floods, tsunamis, storms, health […]

Aiden Wright, 7, turns in $8K he found on playground

Aiden Wright, 7, turns in $8K he found on playground

A 7-year-old Massachusetts boy has found himself $100 richer after he did the right thing and turned in $8, healing 000 that he found Saturday at the top of a playground slide. Aiden Wright was playing at Memorial Park in Salem, Massachusetts, when he found the stack of $100 bills as he was going down […]