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Anglers Anonymous Expands Fishing Trips for Veterans

Anglers Anonymous Expands Fishing Trips for Veterans

By Tim Pompey If you’re Brian Barber, president of Anglers Anonymous, what could be better than taking 30 military veterans fishing? How about taking 120 veterans fishing? That’s the difference between Angler’s previous trip in June and the trip they took last Friday, October 28 at Channel Islands Sportfishing at the Oxnard Harbor. Four times […]

America’s 4 most expensive states to live in

America’s 4 most expensive states to live in

WASHINGTON, link October 27, 2016 – Life gets pretty difficult if you can barely afford to pay rent, insurance, and keep food on the table. The cost of living, and the amenities natural and man made, do influence our choice of where we will live. For those with the discretionary income to live where they […]

Ventura County Law Enforcement Gathers to Oppose Proposition 57

Ventura County Law Enforcement Gathers to Oppose Proposition 57

By Tim Pompey There are seventeen propositions on California’s state ballot for November 2016. Seventeen issues ranging from requiring employees in the adult film industry to wear condoms to the legalization of recreational marijuana to placing time limits on legal challenges to death sentences. It’s a proposition maze that for the average voter is like […]

Sheltered Workshop Closures — A Follow-up

Sheltered Workshop Closures — A Follow-up

Loyal Black Republican Gets Sued by His Own Party

Loyal Black Republican Gets Sued by His Own Party

Ventura County Garden Club (VCGC) Tours Historic Rancho Camulos

Ventura County Garden Club (VCGC) Tours Historic Rancho Camulos

By Sheryl Hamlin How the original 48,000 acre Mexican land grant went from a Mexican businessman, to a Swiss-born banker and to Hollywood is a story too long for this article, but is chronicled in numerous books and publications, a list of which is included here. About 40 members and guests of the Ventura County […]

Students at 400 U.S. School Districts Head Back to School to Learn with zSpace Virtual Reality

Students at 400 U.S. School Districts Head Back to School to Learn with zSpace Virtual Reality

zSpace Virtual Reality for Education now enables interaction and group collaboration in more than 400 school districts, reaching hundreds of thousands of students worldwide Hundreds of thousands of U.S. K-12 students are heading back to school to learn with immersive virtual reality from zSpace. The Silicon Valley education company announced today that more than 400 […]

Local Church kicks off Prayer for America; Call for 40 days of prayer and protection; Jews celebrate New Year and 5777

Local Church kicks off Prayer for America; Call for 40 days of prayer and protection;  Jews celebrate New Year and 5777

By Michael Hernandez Local Prayer For America OXNARD—Al Norquist, celebrated Grace Intercession Day for America Thursday (the fifth Thursday of the month) at New Life Community Church, 1251 N. Rice Avenue with prayers of repentance and forgiveness believing that America “shall be redeemed with justice, and her penitents with righteousness” (Isaiah 1:27). According to Norquist, […]

Final Descent Image from Rosetta Spacecraft

Final Descent Image from Rosetta Spacecraft

A new image of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko was taken by the European Space Agency’s (ESA) Rosetta spacecraft shortly before its controlled impact into the comet’s surface on Sept. 30, 2016. Confirmation of the end of the mission arrived at ESA’s European Space Operations Center in Darmstadt, Germany, at 4:19 a.m. PDT (7:19 a.m. EDT / 1:19 […]

Habitat for Humanity of Ventura County Awarded $22,500 Grant from Bank of America to Celebrate 30 Year Partnership

Habitat for Humanity of Ventura County Awarded $22,500 Grant from Bank of America to Celebrate 30 Year Partnership