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A Pictorial of the Debate at the Reagan Library

A Pictorial of the Debate at the Reagan Library

UPDATED: Presidential Debate Coverage at the Reagan Library: 9-16-2015

UPDATED: Presidential Debate Coverage at the Reagan Library: 9-16-2015

By Citizens Journal Event Team- Debra Tash, George Miller,  Marc Langsam Check back for updates from the Spin Room – We are onsite and will be reporting a blow by blow. George Miller and Marc Langsam are at Reagan Library most of the day and evening. Editor-in-Chief Debra Tash will be researching, editing and publishing. We […]

Sidebar to the Debate: Interview with Chris Matthews at the Reagan Library

Sidebar to the Debate: Interview with Chris Matthews at the Reagan Library

Publisher George Miller interviewed veteran newsman Chris Matthews Q: Are there any candidates here you would support? A: John Kasich, who said has always been responsible. (he then told an anecdote of playing basketball with him) Q. What do you think of Donald Trump? A: He’s SMART. Q: Is he a real Conservative? A: He’s […]

New CAASPP Student Assessment Scores Released — California’s new Common Core State Standards (CCSS)

New CAASPP Student Assessment Scores Released —  California’s new Common Core State Standards (CCSS)

Simi Valley Council pushes off vote on two issues: Term Limits and Selling City’s Recycled Water

Simi Valley Council pushes off vote on two issues: Term Limits and Selling City’s Recycled Water

By Debra Tash Mayor Huber asked staff to study putting term limits for council members on the ballot and let the voters decide whether or not to enact it.  He said, “I was the one who raised the issue as I did in 2011.”  The School Board moved to place term limits for their seats […]

Carla Castilla announces Candidacy for District 3 Ventura County Supervisor- event video

Carla Castilla announces Candidacy for District 3 Ventura County Supervisor- event video

Carla Castilla of Camarillo, aide to Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson and former aide to Re.Lois Capps, announced her candidacy for District #3 Ventura County Supervisor, replacing the retiring Cathy Long.  Event speakers were Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson, Oxnard Mayor Pro-Tem Carmen Ramirez (EmCee), former VC Supv. Susan Lacey, and of course, Carla Castilla. Rep. Capps could not […]

Honored in Simi Valley: Vet who witnessed history turns 100 years old

Honored in Simi Valley: Vet who witnessed history turns 100 years old

By Debra Tash Yesterday marked the 100th year for Ford Worthington Rice.  Relatives from across the world came to Simi Valley to celebrate this milestone, the farthest hailing all the way from New Zealand. A private celebration on Rice’s actual birthday, August 21st, was held at the home of his daughter, Cindy Rice.  She lured […]

Ventura County: The “bestest” place ever to be

Ventura County: The “bestest” place ever to be

By George Miller We saw in the Washington Post that Ventura County had been rated the #1 county in the U.S. to live.  But for what and how was it rated? Well it turns out that was derived from a government rating system based upon “natural amenities,” meaning weather and geography. Yeah, that’s why many of us […]

Moorpark Ralphs gets a needed sprucing up

Moorpark Ralphs gets a needed sprucing up

By Debra Tash The Ralphs in Moorpark had seen better days.  It was the first supermarket in what was barely a suburb over 30 years ago.  The Peach Hill subdivision was being built out but there was nowhere to shop in the growing hamlet, except for a small ma and pa store.  Then Hughes supermarket […]

CPUC eliminates “smart meter” opt-out fees

CPUC eliminates “smart meter” opt-out fees

By George Miller When “smart meters” were rolled out by utilities across the nation as part of the “smart grid” technology, there was much opposition. The “Smart Grid” was sold based on being able to monitor power usage much more closely, to identify trends, usage patterns, eventually implement time phased billing to encourage flattening of […]