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R.U.F.F. Road Program Graduation and Adoption of the Dogs at Todd Road Jail

R.U.F.F. Road Program Graduation and Adoption of the Dogs at Todd Road Jail

Inmates with the R.U.F.F. Road (Rehabilitation Utilizing Furry Friends) dog program at the Todd Road Jail Facility celebrated their completion of a 22-week program of Goal Oriented Therapy (GOT) dog training. This training was joined by VIP Dog Teams, a non-profit organization whose primary goal is to provide dog-assisted therapy to facilities and individuals in […]

Thank you, Ventura County Thomas Fire Benefit — Raises over $700,000

Thank you, Ventura County Thomas Fire Benefit — Raises over $700,000

THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP! ON FEBRUARY 3RD THE COMMUNITY GATHERED IN GOOD SPIRITS TO HELP OUR NEIGHBORS IN NEED, THANKS TO YOUR SUPPORT WE HAVE RAISED OVER $700,000 DOLLARS! THE AID IS BEING USED TO HELP THOSE WHO LOST THEIR PRIMARY RESIDENCE.  IF YOU WERE DISPLACED FROM YOUR PRIMARY RESIDENCE DUE TO THE THOMAS FIRE,PLEASE […]

Prehistoric wine discovered in inaccessible caves forces a rethink of ancient Sicilian culture

Prehistoric wine discovered in inaccessible caves forces a rethink of ancient Sicilian culture

By Davide Tanasi, Assistant Professor, Department of History and Center for Visualization and Applied Spatial Technologies (CVAST), University of South Florida. Deep inside Monte Kronio, hot, humid and sulfurous caves held an ancient secret.

Last week in tech: A dummy went to space and we got some new emojis

Last week in tech: A dummy went to space and we got some new emojis

We’ll never get sick of looking at that view of earth from a Tesla in space. Between the SpaceX rocket launch and the start of the 2018 Olympics, it sure was easy to get inspired last week. But, while others launching rockets out of the earth’s atmosphere or performing super-human feats of athletic prowess, we […]

Homeless Teen Goes From Living in a Car to Creating Absolutely Stunning Photos as a Wedding Photographer

Homeless Teen Goes From Living in a Car to Creating Absolutely Stunning Photos as a Wedding Photographer

When he was just 16 years old, Carsten Schertzer was homeless. Now, eight years later, he is an award-winning wedding photographer who’s traveled to 12 countries because he never gave up believing in his dreams.

Rob McCoy:  Gays speak up for “free speech” and “religious freedom”

Rob McCoy:  Gays speak up for “free speech” and “religious freedom”

    By Michael Hernandez (Editor’s Note:  The American Legacy lecture series will continue for at least one more lecture, this Wednesday, February 14th from 7-8 p.m., at Godspeak Calvary Chapel, 2697 Lavery Ct., Thousand Oaks, CA 91320) NEWBURY PARK—A Washington Christian florist is being supported by two prominent journalistic/political gays who are speaking up […]

Does the U.S. Constitution Exclude Blacks from Its Civil Rights Protections?

Does the U.S. Constitution Exclude Blacks from Its Civil Rights Protections?

By Keith Hardine A Black History Month Essay: Frederick Douglass, a former slave once stated that: “There is no negro problem. The problem is whether the American people have loyalty, honor, and patriotism enough, to live up to their own Constitution.”  . This was quite a radical statement coming from a former slave who lived […]

Dust, meteorites, cosmic rays and everything else currently destroying the Tesla in space

Dust, meteorites, cosmic rays and everything else currently destroying the Tesla in space

This probably isn’t covered under Elon Musk’s warranty… Farewell, Starman! SpaceX on YouTube Thanks to the successful Falcon Heavy launch on Tuesday, SpaceX shot a midnight cherry-red Tesla Roadster into space, with the top down, blaring David Bowie, and being “driven” by a mannequin in a SpaceX spacesuit.

An Analysis of Ventura’s Purposed Net Zero Water Fees

An Analysis of Ventura’s Purposed Net Zero Water Fees

    By Daniel Cormode Ventura Water is planning to schedule three meetings in the future to discuss the Water Rights and Net Zero program. The City of San Buenaventura A comparison of costs associated with the development of new water sources was developed using 2016-2022 and proposed 2018-2024 Capital Improvement Plan documents.  The following […]

5 skills recruiters love to see on your resume

5 skills recruiters love to see on your resume

Job recruiters may spend only a few seconds looking at your resume, but career experts say a well-crafted skills section could keep them reading a lot longer. We’ve outlined the importance of the areas of expertise section in Clark’s Resume Guide — a step-by-step resource for job seekers.