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I, spy: Edward Snowden in exile

I, spy: Edward Snowden in exile

By Edward Snowden Editor’s note:  You probably won’t see this Guardian article in “Mainstream Media” publications. We know this will generate a lot of controversy, but it is newsworthy and is being presented as written. Some say that he is a traitor, others a hero. The question is whether exposing the actions of NSA/Administration/Congress to […]

Ventura: Car crashes into building on 3600 block of Harbor Blvd.

Ventura: Car crashes into building on 3600 block of Harbor Blvd.

Fire personnel responded to a reported vehicle into a commercial structure at the 3600 Block of Harbor Blvd just after 10:30pm Sunday night, sick July 20th. First arriving units found a roof overhang support column damaged by the vehicle. A Ventura City Fire Department Urban Search & Rescue unit was requested to assist. Wooden shoring […]

Ventura: Family dispute leads to house fire

Ventura: Family dispute leads to house fire

Passenger saved by Jaws of Life in Ventura accident

Passenger saved by Jaws of Life in Ventura accident

On Saturday afternoon in East Ventura, two four door sedans crashed at the intersection of Ralston St. and Ramelli Avenue.  One vehicle directly struck the passenger door of the other sedan at a high speed. When firefighters arrived on scene the car that was hit on the passenger’s side had a passenger trapped and injured […]

Port Hueneme Mayor Jon Sharkey presents State of City Report

Port Hueneme Mayor Jon Sharkey presents State of City Report

  State of the city video by KADYTV.net– Video published 7/15/14 _________________________________________ Get free Citizensjournal.us BULLETINS. Please patronize our advertisers to keep us publishing and/or DONATE

Good Morning Oxnard Show- 7/16/14

Good Morning Oxnard Show- 7/16/14

By George Miller This week’s Good Morning Oxnard weekly show was at Tomas Cafe on A Street. Host Peter Godinez interviewed Bob Allen on what KADY TV is all about (“Hyper-Local” news/events) and mentioned some events such as the Balloon Festival and Salsa Festival!  George Miller of Citizens Journal.us covered some local news and issues, such […]

Moorpark school board members embrace the Common Core

Moorpark school board members embrace the Common Core

By Debra Tash July 17th Moorpark School Board Member, Bruce Thomas, addressed the July monthly meeting of the Moorpark Democratic Club on the school district’s implementation of Common Core.  He said it’s a mistaken notion that Common Core is a Federal program and that people identify it with the Obama administration’s program Race to the […]

Upper Ojai Search and Rescue honored at Ventura County Board of Supervisors

Upper Ojai Search and Rescue honored at Ventura County Board of Supervisors

Upper Ojai Search and Rescue was honored today at the Board of Supervisors.  Recently the group made news when they were involved in trying to locate missing Arcadia firefighter Michael Herdman.  Mr. Herdman was found on June 27th, 11 days after he disappeared.  His death was ruled accidental. On the well deserved recognition the rescue […]

Club Day for the kids a hit—thanks to the Santa Paula and Fillmore Fire Departments

Club Day for the kids a hit—thanks to the Santa Paula and Fillmore Fire Departments

The Santa Paula Fire Department and the Fillmore Fire Department hung out with the Boys & Girls Club of Santa Clara Valley on Friday July 11th  in support of Club Day for Kids, where Club kids learned about nature, science, technology and art … and they were able to check out SPFD Engine 81.  They […]

How Oxnard deals with street gangs

How Oxnard deals with street gangs

By George Miller 1. Background/Situation Years ago, there was a major gang problem in certain sections of Oxnard, a sprawling agricultural, industrial and commercial seaside working class city of over 200,000 people. About 60 miles up the coast from Los Angeles, it is considered the poor relation of Ventura County, while its largest city. It has […]