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Conservative AM 870 Panel:  “First 100 Days: Is America Great Again?”

Conservative AM 870 Panel:  “First 100 Days: Is America Great Again?”

By Michael Hernandez SIMI VALLEY—Salem Broadcasting KRLA 870 AM The Answer—conservative talk radio—sponsored a panel discussing the “First 100 Days:  Is America Great Again?” with Hugh Hewitt (moderator), Larry Elder (“The Sage from South Central”) and Ben Shapiro to a sold-out audience at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library on Wednesday. The verdict:  Hugh Hewitt: “Neil […]

Simi Valley Emergency Expo — Saturday May 13th!

Simi Valley Emergency Expo — Saturday May 13th!

CITY OF SIMI VALLEY ANNUAL EXPO – SATURDAY, MAY 13, 2017 HELD WITH THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE STREET FAIR The City’s Office of Emergency Services will be hosting the Annual EXPO on Saturday, May 13, 2017 from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. The EXPO is FREE to attend and is held in conjunction with the […]

Constituent reports on Congressman’s Steve Knight’s Town Hall

Constituent reports on Congressman’s Steve Knight’s Town Hall

By Joe Panzarello   I thought I would send you an email with a short “report” on the town hall meeting in Simi Valley with Steve Knight.  You probably had someone there anyway, but here is my take for what it’s worth.  The room was definitely packed with at least 300 attendees and media was there […]

Simi Valley Police Dispatcher of The Year

Simi Valley Police Dispatcher of The Year

April 9th-15th, 2017 is National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week. This second week in April is set aside to recognize the thousands of telecommunicators, commonly referred to as dispatchers, for their contributions to their communities. Locally, and throughout our nation, whether a community disaster or personal crisis, 9-1-1 dispatchers are there to answer the call. They […]

Simi Valley Republican Women Federated’s 18th Annual Garden Tour – May 7th

Simi Valley Republican Women Federated’s 18th Annual Garden Tour – May 7th

SUNDAY MAY 7, 2017: 11:00AM to 4:00OPM; SIMI VALLEY; www.simigardentour.com If you love strolling through flowers, plants and wonderful landscapes, you will certainly enjoy the 18th annual Simi Valley Garden Tour.  The tour is a self guided afternoon at your own individual pace in any order you desire.   On Sunday, May 7th from 11AM to […]

The 27th Annual Spring Spectacular at America’s Teaching Zoo Presents “Animal Arcade,” March 25 & 26 and April 1 & 2

The 27th Annual Spring Spectacular at America’s Teaching Zoo Presents “Animal Arcade,” March 25 & 26 and April 1 & 2

America’s Teaching Zoo will host its 27th annual Spring Spectacular March 25 & 26 and April 1 & 2 on its five-acre zoo at Moorpark College (7075 Campus Road, Moorpark, CA).  The theme, “Animal Arcade,” will present video game inspired shows hosted by students, featuring some of America’s most iconic video games and characters.  This […]

Simi Valley Police Department Releases Part I Crimes Data

Simi Valley Police Department Releases Part I Crimes Data

The Simi Valley Police Department recently completed an analysis of the total Part I crimes for calendar year 2016. Part I crimes consist of both violent and property crimes including: homicide, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, auto theft, larceny theft, and arson.  In 2016, there was a slight increase for a total of 1750 crimes […]

Simi Valley Police Hosting a Class on Protecting Yourself from Cyber Crime. FBI to Present

Simi Valley Police Hosting a Class on Protecting Yourself from Cyber Crime. FBI to Present

The Simi Valley Police Department, through the Crime Prevention Unit will be hosting a presentation entitled, How To Protect Yourself Online from Cyber Crime.  The Simi Valley Police Department, the FBI Cyber Crime Division along with the Information Systems Security Association of Ventura County will bring you a valuable night of training to include the […]

Is Ventura County’s public transit system meeting your needs? Comment Period Extended

Is Ventura County’s public transit system meeting your needs? Comment Period Extended

Help us to understand your transit needs, Ventura County! VCTC wants your input. Would you like to expand existing bus and dial-a-ride service? Add new bus routes? Your feedback will help Ventura County’s transit operators understand where you need to go and how to help you get there. Make your voice heard at our February […]

U.S. Department of Energy Extends Public Comment Period on the Draft EIS for Area IV and the Northern Buffer Zone at the Santa Susana Field Laboratory

U.S. Department of Energy Extends Public Comment Period on the Draft EIS for Area IV and the Northern Buffer Zone at the Santa Susana Field Laboratory

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced today that it has extended the public comment period for the Draft Environmental Impact Statement for Remediation of Area IV and the Northern Buffer Zone of the Santa Susana Field Laboratory. The public comment period has been extended from March 14 to April 13, 2017. “Public input on […]

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