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From the People’s Cube: Hillary Fun Camp Activities

From the People’s Cube: Hillary Fun Camp Activities

  People’s Cube, a satirical website, will mark its 10th irrelevant year on April 1st (how fitting).  They recently put out this challenge:  Hillary Clinton Wants to Send Citizens to Camps – Fun Camps! “In the documentary footage above we see just one of the fun training activities that American adults can engage in, called […]

Ventura County Planning answers reader’s question: Is local government shutting down businesses with regulation?

Ventura County Planning answers reader’s question: Is local government shutting down businesses with regulation?

Editor’s Note: Last month we had a query from a reader stating that local government, and especially the County of Ventura, has fostered a hostile environment for area businesses.  We passed on the reader’s concerns to Kim Prillhart, who is Planning Director at the County.  Mr. Winston Wright, the Permit Coordinator was tasked with addressing […]

Channel Islands Santa Rosa Research Station: Cause Hanna

Channel Islands Santa Rosa Research Station: Cause Hanna

By Sheryl Hamlin In a previous article, malady Citizens Journal featured a Santa Paula native, try Luis Sánchez, for sale who had returned to teach after obtaining a dual doctoral degree. In this article, another product of Ventura county is featured: Dr. Cause Hanna, PhD. Growing up in Newbury Park, Cause Hanna was a star […]

Oxnard projects In Channel Islands Harbor finally move forward- County projects remain secretive

Oxnard projects In Channel Islands Harbor finally move forward- County projects remain secretive

By David Finn – First of a series of CitizensJournal.us articles Four planned development projects in the Channel Islands Harbor area under City of Oxnard jurisdiction are steadily moving forward.  Meanwhile, four planned development projects under County of Ventura control remain largely a secret, more than six months after developers locked up the respective sites […]

How do you handle a problem like Iran?

How do you handle a problem like Iran?

By Debra Tash Dr. Behzad Tabatabaei was keynote speaker at the Thousand Oaks Republican Women, Federated on Thursday evening, March 12th.  Dr. Tabatabaei‘s talk titled, “Our Path to Victory,” outlined how the west should have, and now should be, addressing the threat of Iran as a state sponsor of terrorism. Dr. Tabatabaei earned two masters and […]

Fishback Mountain; The Most Beautiful “Illegal Dump” in the County

Fishback Mountain; The Most Beautiful “Illegal Dump” in the County

By Kevin Harris When Wayne Fishback bought 120 sprawling ridge-top acres in the Simi Hills back in 2000, illness he had no intentions of urban development for the property. Nor does he have such intentions today. His interest was always agriculture-based, and included cattle ranching, among other things, to have a place to retire, and […]

A Pictorial–Around the County with Donna Hendricks: Camarillo’s “Scary Dairy”

A Pictorial–Around the County with Donna Hendricks: Camarillo’s “Scary Dairy”

By Donna Hendricks These are pictures of “The Scary Dairy” in Camarillo. It’s on  California State University, Channel Islands. property but was built when the State Mental Hospital was there. Rumor goes that it was a dairy that the hospital once ran to give the patients occupational experience and bring in some money to run […]

A Pictorial Tour of the Recreational Harbors of Ventura County

A Pictorial Tour of the Recreational Harbors of Ventura County

Once more talented local photographer, Donna Hendricks, takes on a tour around our lovely county.  This time she shares with us: The Recreational Harbors of Ventura County.       Contact photographer Donna Hendricks: http://www.727photoart.com/ Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE

A taste of a Ventura County spring!

A taste of a Ventura County spring!

With spring just a few short weeks away we are already seeing it coloring our landscape.  Donna Hendricks who was one of the winners of our photo contest last year sent us a “Taste of Spring.” Enjoy! Contact photographer Donna Hendricks: http://www.727photoart.com/ Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE  

A Young Man Fights for Life

A Young Man Fights for Life

By Debra Tash It should have been the best year of Jonathan Gallagher’s life.  He was 33 years old, newly married and had a good career in IT working for a bio-pharmaceutical company.  It should have been the best year of both he and his young wife’s lives–but it wasn’t.  Jon was diagnosed with Immunoglobin […]