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Family Releases Statement Regarding the Passing of Apollo, Skylab Astronaut Alan Bean

Family Releases Statement Regarding the Passing of Apollo, Skylab Astronaut Alan Bean

HOUSTON, Texas — Apollo and Skylab astronaut Alan Bean, the fourth human to walk on the moon and an accomplished artist, has died. Bean, 86, died on Saturday, May 26, at Houston Methodist Hospital in Houston, Texas. His death followed his suddenly falling ill while on travel in Fort Wayne, Indiana two weeks before. “Alan was […]

American Held Prisoner In Venezuela Finally Reunited With His Family

American Held Prisoner In Venezuela Finally Reunited With His Family

RYAN PICKRELL, China/Asia Pacific Reporter . The Trump administration has secured the release of an American who has been held prisoner in Venezuela for two years without trial. Joshua Holt, a 26-year-old Utah native, and his Venezuelan wife Thamy returned to the U.S. Saturday evening for a tearful reunion with Holt’s mother and father. Sen. Orrin Hatch, a Republican […]

CNN Discovers Devin Nunes Is Well-Liked Back Home

CNN Discovers Devin Nunes Is Well-Liked Back Home

AMBER ATHEY,  Media and Breaking News Editor . CNN visited House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes’ district in California and found out that most of his constituents actually like him. . Watch: . CNN opened the segment by noting that Nunes is “often accused of carrying water for President Trump” because of his work investigating […]

Oxnard Council Initiates Parks Master Plan; Trying to buy Successor Agcy. Properties; LMD’s Still Festering

Oxnard Council Initiates Parks Master Plan; Trying to buy Successor Agcy. Properties; LMD’s Still Festering

By George Miller At the 5-22-18 meeting, Oxnard City Council approved creating a Parks/Recreation Master Plan; City attempting to buy several key downtown Successor Agency properties;  Passed an anti price gouging during emergencies ordinance; discussed a future resolution opposing a federal bill to permit concealed carry gun permit reciprocity; City is seeking Citizens Advisory Council […]

Santa Paula: Park Renovations Sidestep History

Santa Paula: Park Renovations Sidestep History

By Sheryl Hamlin Item 13 Mill and Teague Park Restrooms Item 13 on the May 21, 2018 Santa Paula Council was described as follows: (1) Adopt Resolution No. 7134 approving the plans and specifications for the Mill Park and Teague Park Restrooms Rehabilitation Project. The Community Services Director presented a proposed site plan for each […]

WATCH: Trump Shakes Literally Every Naval Academy Graduate’s Hand

WATCH: Trump Shakes Literally Every Naval Academy Graduate’s Hand

By BENNY JOHNSON, Reporter At Large President Donald Trump gave a speech to the graduates of the Naval Academy Friday morning. Then, the president went a step further, offering to shake the hands of every single graduate — more than 1,000 midshipmen. “I was given an option. I could make this commencement address, which is […]

Starr’s Measure M Rate Rollback Upheld! City Overcollected $5.2MM

Starr’s Measure M Rate Rollback Upheld! City Overcollected $5.2MM

By George Miller Ventura County Superior Court Judge Rock Baio has finally come back with a ruling  on the 1+ year old challenge by the City of Oxnard to Aaron’ Starr’s Measure M wastewater rate increase rescission, which passed with 72% of the vote. It would reinstate the Measure, which was stayed by an injunction […]

Michael D. Schwartz Appointed Chief Assistant District Attorney

Michael D. Schwartz Appointed Chief Assistant District Attorney

VENTURA, California – District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today that Michael D. Schwartz has been selected to serve as Chief Assistant District Attorney.  The position is second in command in the office, overseeing 282 employees and some 20,000 criminal prosecutions a year. The appointment follows the retirement of Janice L. Maurizi, who has been Chief […]

Teacher Heroically Confronted School Shooter

Teacher Heroically Confronted School Shooter

By BENNY JOHNSON, Reporter At Large A shooter burst into a seventh grade science classroom at Noblesville High School in Indiana Friday morning. The shooter opened fire, but was quickly apprehended thanks to the brave actions of a teacher. According to witness reports, the teacher of the classroom knocked the gun out of the gunman’s hand and […]

12th California County to vote against SB 54 | Board holds a marathon session Tuesday

12th California County to vote against SB 54 | Board holds a marathon session Tuesday

Enterprise report The Calaveras County Board of Supervisors took nearly 12 hours Tuesday to address a total of 29 agenda items. Most were routine, but two stood out for their importance and the level of public interest they attracted. The first (item 23 on the agenda) was the board’s approval of the current plan for […]

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