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Spotlight on Business: Port Hueneme’s Mary Mooney PoHuLocal

Spotlight on Business: Port Hueneme’s Mary Mooney PoHuLocal

Mary Mooney shows her Port Hueneme style products that promote Port Hueneme and let people know you love living in “the friendly city by the sea”.    Tom Dunn is a Port Hueneme resident who is publisher of Port Hueneme News, a digital newspaper (facebook @huenemenews)  and host of  “Hello Port Hueneme” a video interview […]

What Amazon Go’s cashier-less grocery means for customer service

What Amazon Go’s cashier-less grocery means for customer service

On Monday, Amazon debuted its first cashier-less grocery store in Seattle, Washington, ushering in a decidedly new era in customer service. Amazon Go, as the venture is called, works by streamlining the shopping experience, allowing the customer to grab items and walk out of the store without having to stand in a line.

Healthy to eat, unhealthy to grow: Strawberries embody the contradictions of California agriculture

Healthy to eat, unhealthy to grow: Strawberries embody the contradictions of California agriculture

By Julie Guthman, Professor of Social Sciences, University of California, Santa Cruz. Suspected infestation of Macrophomina phaseolina, a “novel” soil pathogen, in the non-fumigated buffer zone …

The Top 5 Most Amazing Women Scientists in History

The Top 5 Most Amazing Women Scientists in History

Some of the greatest discoveries and contributions to humanity’s knowledge and understanding have been made by women scientists. These were revolutionary female role models with passions and smarts who would prove that it did not have to be a man’s world.

Ride the Range | Before and After the Fires

Ride the Range | Before and After the Fires

  By Deborah Baber Savalla   A magical journey awaits you at the Ojai Valley Trail Riding Company. The property abuts the Ojai Valley Land Conservancy and the ranch has offered trail rides on those lands for years including trips through the Enchanted Forest and River Valley. This year everyone who visits the ranch will have a […]

Rob McCoy:  “Equal outcome is socialism”

Rob McCoy:  “Equal outcome is socialism”

  By Michael Hernandez (Editor’s Note:  The Legacy series continues for two more weeks on Wednesday from 7-8 p.m. at Godspeak Community Church, 2697 Lavery Court, Suite 14, Newbury Park.  All are welcomed to hear Councilman Rob McCoy explore the foundations of American government, how it is relevant, and how it is shaping our future.) […]

Donald Trump’s immigration principles will make Americans safer

Donald Trump’s immigration principles will make Americans safer

For decades, the American people have been begging and pleading with our elected officials for an immigration system that is lawful and that serves our national interest. That’s not just because immigration is an economic issue.

One Man’s Saga Attempting to Renew his Driver’s License–Painful

One Man’s Saga Attempting to Renew his Driver’s License–Painful

And so it began: I took and passed the driving test on November 13th. I was told to expect my license no more than three weeks later. Well, after four weeks I decided to call the DMV to see what was holding my license up. When I called the regular number to inquire, (800) 777-0133, […]

‘Miracle on 85th Street’: How a Huge Dog Saved My Child’s Life

‘Miracle on 85th Street’: How a Huge Dog Saved My Child’s Life

I was a young mother living with my husband, my young son and my cat in New York City. When you live in New York City, since you cannot go out in the backyard, you take the baby’s stroller, put in all the things you might need (diapers, wipes, hats, sunscreen, juice etc.), and you […]

A reporter’s one year journey reporting on— 45th President Donald J. Trump “Making America Great Again”

A reporter’s one year journey reporting on— 45th President Donald J. Trump “Making America Great Again”

By Michael Hernandez, January 20, 2018 Editor’s note: Mr. Hernandez has published a collection of President Trump’s most significant activities every week since the inauguration as “Trump Briefs”. Here are all of them to date, plus a few extras: The following 52 weekly columns were published with the intent of providing balanced coverage of the first […]