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Governor Perry wows audience at Reagan Library

Governor Perry wows audience at Reagan Library

By Debra Tash Texas governor, Rick Perry, spoke to an enthusiastic crowd Monday evening at the Reagan Library.  He touted the business friendly climate in the state where he was voted governor for three full terms.  “It’s nice to visit California even when I’m not recruiting businesses.” He feels good about the coming mid-terms and […]

Why a chunk of the San Gabriel Mountains was left out of the national monument

Why a chunk of the San Gabriel Mountains was left out of the national monument

USPS Getting Into The Business Of Delivering Groceries

USPS Getting Into The Business Of Delivering Groceries

  Republished with permission–The Daily Caller Foundation: http://dailycallernewsfoundation.org/ A taxpayer advocacy group claims that a new delivery service is just an attempt by the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) to avoid making “real reforms”. The Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC) initially gave approval on Thursday for the USPS to begin an experimental market trial of Customized Delivery, “a package […]

Third Ventura Fire Dept. ocean rescue in 2 days- same area Greencock Lane//Marina Park

Third Ventura Fire Dept. ocean rescue in 2 days- same area Greencock Lane//Marina Park

City of Ventura Fire Department   Date: October 24, 2014    Incident Number: 14-0069604      Information Contact: Douglas Miser, Battalion Chief   Incident Type: Ocean Rescue – 2 Victims          Date/Time of Incident:  October 23, 2014 / 15:00           Incident Location: Marina Park, south of Greenock lane                     Injuries:  None                  Number of Personnel: 4     Fire Equipment: 1 Paramedic Engine Company […]

Good Morning Oxnard Show- 10/15/14- Citizensjournal.us news segment

Good Morning Oxnard Show- 10/15/14- Citizensjournal.us news segment

http://KADYTV.net       George Miller reports forCitizensJournal.usGood Morning Oxnard……..discusses topics from  10-14 Oxnard City Council Meeting and more.   ________________________________________________________________________ Get free Citizensjournal.us BULLETINS. Please patronize our advertisers to keep us publishing and/or DONATE

Toxic Lobsters, Crabs in Ventura

Toxic Lobsters, Crabs in Ventura

 By Kelsey Brugger Dangerously High Levels of Domoic Acid Found in Organs While Santa Barbara lobsters, like the ones seen here, are fine to eat, their Ventura brethren have tested for dangerously high levels of domoic acid. by KELSEY BRUGGER Just as lobster season kicks into gear, state health officials announced Monday that people should not […]

San Diego State student from Moorpark dies of meningitis

San Diego State student from Moorpark dies of meningitis

By Q McCray, Leo Stallworth and ABC7.com staff Friday, October 17, 2014 05:08PM MOORPARK, Calif. (KABC) — An 18-year-old San Diego State University student from Moorpark died Thursday from meningitis, and there are concerns that hundreds of people may have been exposed. Sara Stelzer, a recent graduate of Moorpark High School, began feeling ill on […]

Port Hueneme City Council candidates forum and Measure “M” discussion

Port Hueneme City Council candidates forum and Measure “M” discussion

By KADYTV.net  Measure M Measure M  Port Hueneme Candidates Forum Candidate Forum   KADYTV.net is a video partner of citizensjournal.us. Check out their site _____________________________________________ Get free Citizensjournal.us BULLETINS. Please patronize our advertisers to keep us publishing and/or DONATE

McCoy vs Irwin- AD44 candidates battle it out in debate

By George Miller Democrat Jacqui Irwin and Republican Rob McCoy have only debated once before- in a three way primary election bout with another Republican candidate on May 10.  While McCoy has been fairly open about his positions on the issues, Irwin has been much less forthcoming on these, preferring to focus on her greatest strengths […]

Oxnard selects public access TV channel operator

Oxnard selects public access TV channel operator

By George Miller and the winner is …….. After six years without a public access TV channel and a time-consuming false start, Oxnard finally selected an operator. Members of the public were requesting action for years. After repeated requests, the topic was agendized, discussed and it was resolved to not renew the defaulted contract of the […]