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Director for the Californian Film Commission, Amy Lemisch, spoke to the Simi Valley Council on encouraging companies to film in city

Director for the Californian Film Commission, Amy Lemisch, spoke to the Simi Valley Council on encouraging companies to film in city

  . . By Debra Tash March 3rd 2014, Simi Valley City Council meeting, Amy Lemisch, Director California Film Commission, spoke on increasing filming in the state and in local communities like Simi Valley.  Ms. Lemisch, a former producer, has been with the state Commission since 2004.  She has tried to foster a better climate […]

Ventura County Planning Commission Hearing Scheduled for April 17 re: Extension of Conditional Use Permit for Tropical Paradise

Ventura County Planning Commission Hearing Scheduled for April 17 re: Extension of Conditional  Use Permit for Tropical Paradise

This advisory was sent by the  Santa Rosa Valley MAC (Municipal Area Council) There is an upcoming Planning Commission hearing on April 17, 2014 regarding the Conditional Use Permit for Tropical Paradise (case # PL 13-0088).  It will be held in the BOS Hearing Room, 8:30 am, at the Government Center – 800 S. Victoria Ave. in Ventura.  […]

Ventura lecture held on ancient biblical and other documents

Ventura lecture held on ancient biblical and other documents

By George Miller Sunday night, Jerry and Gail Nordskog of Nordskog Publishing http://www.nordskogpublishing.com/ hosted an amazing lecture at their Ventura home, by Dr. Scott T. Carroll, a leading biblical archeologist/scholar.  A noted document specialist, he has familiarity with 13 languages, working regularly in four, including Greek, Latin, Aramaic & Hebrew.  He played an important role […]

Greenpeace Founder Says Climate Change A Combo Of ‘Extreme Political Ideology And A Religious Cult’

Greenpeace Founder Says Climate Change A Combo Of ‘Extreme Political Ideology And A Religious Cult’

By George Miller This has been out a couple of days, but the lack of exposure  in the “MainStream Media” of such a significant statement by a major movement celebrity figure had us puzzled. So we did some checking (there is much more previous activity, too). Sure enough, a major “green” player in the world, Patrick […]

A scriptural find more important than Dead Sea Scrolls? Coming to Ventura County TODAY

A scriptural find more important than Dead Sea Scrolls? Coming to Ventura County TODAY

Reminder: Nothing like this has ever come to Ventura County before. The historical and religious significance appears high. Event Announcement Sunday, sick March 2, adiposity 4:30 PM, Potluck, Ventura, CA – RSVP  donations to cover expenses MUCH appreciated.  Pot-luck Dinner-BBQ meat provided.  Call or text Gail Grace Nordskog for reservation and confirming food or drink […]

Russian Invasion Has Begun: Russian Warship Blocks Ukraine Port, Russian Marines Surround Coast Guard Base, 400 Paratroopers Land In Sevastopol, Seize Highways

Russian Invasion Has Begun: Russian Warship Blocks Ukraine Port, Russian Marines Surround Coast Guard Base, 400 Paratroopers Land In Sevastopol, Seize Highways

Mort Amsel provides breaking news on the Ukraine situation, with videos and photos to back it up, although we are not familiar with this source. Meanwhile, the Ventura County Star relayed the AP release for the Obama administration: “WASHINGTON (AP) — Delivering a blunt warning to Moscow, President Barack Obama expressed deep concern Friday over […]

County of Ventura – County sheriff’s office license to carry weapons policy

County of Ventura – County sheriff’s office license to carry weapons policy

Ventura County Sheriff’s Office (VCSO) policy titled “Carry Concealed Weapons License (CCW)”, is hereby adopted as of February 21, 2014 by Sheriff Geoff Dean and shall constitute the policy and practices of the VCSO relating to licenses and applications for licenses to carry firearms under Cal. Penal Code §§ 26150, et seq. 1. PURPOSE AND […]

The Gala for Peace Luncheon brought two distant and distinct cities together

The Gala for Peace Luncheon brought two distant and distinct cities together

By Debra Tash February 27th, 2014: The Gala for Peace Luncheon was held at the Lake Sherwood Country Club as the City of Thousand Oaks welcomed its new sister city from China, Shibei District, Qingdao. To start the festivities T.O.’s mayor, Andy Fox and the mayor (his alternate title, Director) of Qingdao, Zhang Jie, participated […]

Headliners Announced For Country Music Extravaganza – Simi Valley

Headliners Announced For Country Music Extravaganza – Simi Valley

The Kiwanis Club of Simi Valley invites music fans to experience the Second Annual ROUND-UP-A Rockin’ Country Music Extravaganza happening on Saturday, April 12, 2014 at the beautiful Hummingbird Nest Ranch.  This year’s list of performers will include the Canadian country group, Emerson Drive whose hits include Moments, Fall Into Me, and I Should Be Sleeping; the winner of Fox’s The X-Factor 2nd Season, […]

Democratic Party Candidates Forum in Oxnard- 2-15-14

Democratic Party Candidates Forum in Oxnard- 2-15-14

By KADY TV   Event video: