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Calif. cold case cracks open; illegal immigrant suspected of killing woman in 1997

Calif. cold case cracks open; illegal immigrant suspected of killing woman in 1997

An illegal immigrant from Mexico, illness serving time in a federal prison for unlawfully reentering the U.S., viagra 100mg will appear before a judge next week over his alleged involvement in the killing of a homeless woman 18 years ago in California. On Aug. 16, 1997, Linda Louise Archer, 43, was beaten to death in […]

John Nava, Entrepreneurial Artist

John Nava, Entrepreneurial Artist

By Sheryl Hamlin Two minutes of John Nava’s gallery talk at the Santa Paula Art Museum on July 9, 2015 revealed just why he had been a tenured professor. Charming, engaging and devoid of hubris, Nava laces his talks with a sense of humor and many contemporary references from popular culture. And the packed, standing […]

Massive Government Overreach: Obama’s AFFH Rule Is Out

Massive Government Overreach: Obama’s AFFH Rule Is Out

Ventura County Planning a General Plan Update

Ventura County Planning a General Plan Update

By Sheryl Hamlin On Tuesday, July 7, the Ventura County Board of Supervisors held a Joint Study Session with the County Planning Commission to “Receive and File a Presentation Regarding the Progress to Date on the Preliminary Work Tasks for the General Plan Update Work Program; and for the Board of Supervisors to Provide Direction […]

Save Our Open Space – S.O.A.R. – supporters speak out at Democrat Club meeting in Conejo Valley

Save Our Open Space – S.O.A.R. – supporters speak out at Democrat Club meeting in Conejo Valley

By William Hicks SOAR was the main topic at the July 8th 2015 meeting of the Democratic Club of Conejo Valley DCCV).  The meeting started  at 7:00 pm with all the usual trappings, flag salute,  approval of minutes and e treasury report.  Rick Gunther, the current president, made his report.  He asked for a moment […]

Oxnard Dream Center to open Women Transitional Home in El Rio

Oxnard Dream Center to open Women Transitional Home in El Rio

By Michael Hernandez EL RIO—A 38-year-old former drug and alcohol addict and victim of sexual abuse is transforming lives through the Oxnard Dream Center which in its second year of operation is opening a transitional home in July in El Rio. Richard Linares, a high school dropout born in Phoenix, Arizona, is living out a […]

U.S. cedes Arctic to Russia: ‘We’re not even in the same league,’ says Coast Guard chief

U.S. cedes Arctic to Russia: ‘We’re not even in the same league,’ says Coast Guard chief

Coast Guard Commandant Paul F. Zukunft says that the U.S. is essentially ceding the Arctic’s emerging trade routes and natural resources to Russia. Warming temperatures have opened up the trade routes and access to natural resources, which Russia is taking advantage of with its increased military presences and 27 icebreakers. The U.S. has two icebreakers. […]

Santa Paula Vice Mayor, Martin Hernandez to run for Supervisor Kathy Long’s seat in 2016

Santa Paula Vice Mayor, Martin Hernandez to run for Supervisor Kathy Long’s seat in 2016

Martin Hernandez, Vice Mayor of The City of Santa Paula and Chief of Staff to Ventura County Supervisor Kathy Long, announced today that he will run for the open Third District Supervisor seat being vacated by Supervisor Kathy Long in 2016. Martin Hernandez, a long-time resident of Santa Paula and native of Ventura County, will […]

Spotlight on Treasurer’s Office: New Opportunities for Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

Spotlight on Treasurer’s Office: New Opportunities for Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

Oxnard 4th of July parade photos

By George Miller One of the many Channel Islands Harbor July 4 events, along with the fireworks show, booths, food, kiddie games, etc., was the parade. Kenny Backer, professional photographer and harbor resident, sent us some nice photos of it to use …         More parade photos http://kennybacker.smugmug.com/ Kenny Backer Photography specializes […]