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Miami Dolphins to train in Oxnard!

Miami Dolphins to train in Oxnard!

From: Nyhoff, Greg (Ed. note: Oxnard City Manager) Date: Thu, Sep 7, 2017 at 3:57 PM Subject: Miami Dolphins Mayor and Councilmembers, As you are aware, the State of Florida is preparing for Hurricane Irma.  As a result of this hurricane, the Miami Dolphins need a training facility for a few days.  We have just […]

Oxnard State of the City: Better

Oxnard State of the City: Better

By George Miller Oxnard Mayor Tim Flynn told a crowd of residents, officials and staff that the City is better off now and explained why. The event was sponsored by the Inter-Neighborhood Council (INCO) Watch Oxnard INCO video. It was held in a cavernous hall at the Performing Arts Center which was also the venue […]

Hurricane Irma kills six on Caribbean island St Martin: official

Hurricane Irma kills six on Caribbean island St Martin: official

At least six people have been killed in the French part of the Caribbean island St Martin after Hurricane Irma tore through the region, Guadeloupe prefect Eric Maire said Wednesday. “This is not the final toll. Far from it. We sadly risk further discoveries,” Maire told journalists. “The police didn’t start again until the middle […]

Round 2: Conejo School Board votes to accept controversial book in curriculum- and next?

Round 2: Conejo School Board votes to accept controversial book in curriculum- and next?

By George Miller Background For months, a controversy has swirled about on whether the Conejo Unified School District (most Thousand Oaks, Newbury Park and vicinity public schools) should accept “The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian” by Sherman Alexie in its core curriculum for 9th grade students. Books are then selected for the classroom at teachers’ […]

Breaking: Trump to phase out Dreamers program

Breaking: Trump to phase out Dreamers program

Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Tuesday that an Obama-era program granting young adult illegal immigrants tentative legal status in the United States is illegal and will be phased out over the course of six months. The Trump administration opted to phase out the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program to give Congress time to […]

Trump has decided to end DACA, with 6-month delay

Trump has decided to end DACA, with 6-month delay

Senior White House aides met Sunday afternoon to discuss how to roll out the controversial move affecting hundreds of thousands of Dreamers. By ELIANA JOHNSON 09/03/2017 08:21 PM EDT Updated 09/03/2017 08:25 PM EDT President Donald Trump has decided to end the Obama-era program that grants work permits to undocumented immigrants who arrived in the country as children, according […]

Huge blaze forces hundreds to evacuate in Los Angeles

Huge blaze forces hundreds to evacuate in Los Angeles

A massive fire described as the biggest in the history of Los Angeles was raging Saturday, forcing hundreds of people to evacuate their homes. Mayor Eric Garcetti told reporters the blaze, which broke out Friday and lit up the hills surrounding the northern suburb of Burbank overnight, had already burnt 5,000 acres (2,000 hectares), adding: […]

Trump says ‘appeasement’ will not work after N.Korea nuke test

Trump says ‘appeasement’ will not work after N.Korea nuke test

US President Donald Trump declared Sunday that “appeasement with North Korea” will not work, after Pyongyang claimed it had successfully tested a missile-ready hydrogen bomb. “North Korea has conducted a major Nuclear Test,” Trump said. “Their words and actions continue to be very hostile and dangerous to the United States.” His comments came hours after […]

Calif. lawmakers gut measure that would have limited rifle purchases in state

Calif. lawmakers gut measure that would have limited rifle purchases in state

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The National Rifle Association won a rare victory in the California Legislature on Friday when a committee gutted key portions of a bill that would have prohibited buying more than one rifle in any 30-day period. Instead of limiting the number of guns, the bill was amended by the Assembly Appropriations Committee, […]

T.O. City Council Approves Largest Roads Project in City History and Opens Door for New Memory Care Facility Tuesday Night

T.O. City Council Approves Largest Roads Project in City History and Opens Door for New Memory Care Facility Tuesday Night

By Kevin Harris The Thousand Oaks City Council approved the largest roads improvement project in city history during Tuesday night’s Council meeting. They also approved a proposed land use change that will allow the first stand alone memory care facility in the city. It’s Raining Money – for Repaving Department Report 9A (public hearing) was […]