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Happy birthday Officer Yoschi!

Happy birthday Officer Yoschi!

We want to wish officer Yoschi a Happy 6th Birthday.  He serves on the K9 team for the Ventura County Sheriff.  You can catch up on his adventures, and all the other canines who keep our streets safe and look so darn handsome, on the Ventura County Sheriff’s K9 Unit’s Facebook page.   ________________________________________ Get […]

A photo journey through the Grand Canyon

A photo journey through the Grand Canyon

Editor’s note Paul Burich is a retired businessman.  This is the first in his photo essay of one of our national treasures: The Grand Canyon – Part One   From the National Park Service Site: Grand Canyon Introduction to Grand Canyon National Park Nearly five million people each year see the 1 mile deep (1.6 […]

Ventura County Garden Club Rings Bells and Carols

Ventura County Garden Club Rings Bells and Carols

By Sheryl Hamlin It was standing room only for the 91st Holiday Potluck of the Ventura County Garden Club (VCGC) when more than sixty members and guests enjoyed festive holiday recipes, such as turkey casserole, spicy meatballs, cabbage and mandarin salad and endless desserts. The highlight of the meeting was the performance by the Bardsdale […]

Our local heroes make a little girl’s wish come true

Our local heroes make a little girl’s wish come true

From the Ventura Police Department’s Facebook Page: Ventura Police School Resource Officers, K9 Unit and Ventura Firefighters filled a special birthday wish for a little girl named Alize today. She is fighting a big battle with Acute Lymphoblastic childhood Leukemia and for her 7th birthday had a big wish to meet with a police officer. […]

Adventure Travel: Hawaii – Airplane Wreck and Black Hole Scuba Dives

Adventure Travel: Hawaii – Airplane Wreck and Black Hole Scuba Dives

Adventure Travel: Hawaii – Kona Harbor Scuba Dives

Adventure Travel: Hawaii – Kona Harbor Scuba Dives

By John M. Tipton Just off the Kona Harbor located in the Big Island of Hawaii, two boats were sunk in about 100 feet of water for a local submarine tour. These  attracted local divers who visit them regularly. The first is a sailboat called the Naked Lady, with it’s engine intact and some mast […]

Santa Paula’s Revolutionary Pastor

Santa Paula’s Revolutionary Pastor

By Sheryl Hamlin Hosted by the Social Concern Action Committee of the Universalist Unitarian Church in Santa Paula, the screening of the award winning documentary “Weaving the Past” brought viewers into the life of a revered Santa Paula minister, whose early life confronted the 19th century socio-political revolution in Mexico. The challenge to the filmmaker, […]

Honoring one of their own 40 years after Sgt. Collins lost his life

Honoring one of their own 40 years after Sgt. Collins lost his life

From the Ventura County Sheriff’s Facebook Page: On this day we remember Sgt. Tom Collins who was lost when his helicopter crashed. EOW 10-25-1975. Visit the Sheriff’s memorial page.  To all who serve our great community, thank you. __________________________________________ Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE    Scroll down to post comment  

Politicon in Photos from the camera of Marc Langsam

Politicon in Photos from the camera of Marc Langsam

From Marc Langsam: Politicon is a mixture of politics and entertainment based on the style of comic-con. Panels, Debates, TV & Movie screenings, Live Radio, Podcasts, Comedy Shows, Q&A’s, Book Readings, Interviews, Meet & Greets, Art Exhibitions, Music Performances.      The Irreverent                         […]

A Working Goat Farm on Home Tour

A Working Goat Farm on Home Tour