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Ventura man arrested for attempted robbery at USA Gas Station

Ventura man arrested for attempted robbery at USA Gas Station

UPDATE: Carjacker arrested—-Carjackings in Ventura may be tied together

UPDATE: Carjacker arrested—-Carjackings in Ventura may be tied together

During the course of the investigation it was determined that 32 year old Ventura resident, Juan Soto, was the suspect in the Carjacking that occurred on Empire Avenue (Described below). On Sunday morning 11/16/14 at 11am, Ventura patrol officers located and arrested Soto. He was booked at the Ventura County Jail for Carjacking.     Ventura: Friday […]

Nottingham Festival is a jolly good time in Simi Valley

Nottingham Festival is a jolly good time in Simi Valley

By Debra Tash Saturday November 15th marked the first of two days for the Nottingham Village Festival in Rancho Tapo Community Park (Lemon Park) near Veteran’s plaza. In its second year this Renaissance Faire is still on the small size.  However it has grown in attendance as well as the number of vendors.  Even better, […]

It’s Veteran’s Day in Oxnard

It’s Veteran’s Day in Oxnard

By George Miller This year, Veteran’s Day was observed differently in Oxnard. The City added  a flag raising and speeches at city hall, then everyone marched (described as an “honor walk”) down to the Plaza Park ceremonies, to the accompanyment of High School bands, a veteran’s American Legion Riders motorcycle group and several local organizations. For […]

Election fraud in Oxnard?

Election fraud in Oxnard?

By George Miller We don’t know yet for sure if it is major fraud, but it doesn’t look good.  Jeffrey White of Newbury Park was observing ballot counting at Ventura County election headquarters. He told us that he observed a high (85% of the samples he observed) percentage of absentee ballots with signatures that didn’t […]

NRG wins SCE contract to build power plant at Mandalay Beach, Oxnard

NRG wins SCE contract to build power plant at Mandalay Beach, Oxnard

By George Miller The contract  award by Southern California Edison (SCE) doesn’t necessarily mean that  NRG will be building the power plant- only that their bid to do so has been accepted. It would have to go through other approvals.  The California Energy Commission has final authority on any decision to build or operate a power plant […]

Close election races- CD26, AD44

Close election races- CD26, AD44

By George Miller   Update Thursday 11/13: Brownley declares herself the winner, Gorell says wait for votes to be counted. Perello pulls to within 25 votes of Huber in Oxnard Council race, McCoy probably lost in AD44 to Irwin. Update 130 PM Friday: Brownley 1000 votes ahead of Gorell in Dist. 26 Congressional contest,  McCoy farther behind Irwin […]

Camarillo’s new Trolley Service a success

Camarillo’s new Trolley Service a success

By Logan McFadden Eight candidates campaigned for three open seats on the Council. Incumbents Mike Morgan, Jan McDonald and Charlotte Craven retained their seats after receiving more votes than challengers Chris Valenzano, Roy Villa, Matthew Lorimer, Daniel Labrado and Jose Espinoza. CitizensJournal endorsed Chris Valenzano who finished in the election held on November 4, 2014, […]

Post-election summary on Good Morning Oxnard Show video

Post-election summary on Good Morning Oxnard Show video

By George Miller This week’s personalities: Bob Allen, Producer & Peter Godinez, Host; This video segment by George Miller, Publisher, Citizensjournal.us- it is a  special post-election edition. The Good Morning Oxnard show is recorded every Wednesday at 0900 (usually available as video on demand on kadytv.net within a couple of days), offering local personalities, issues and […]

Moorpark Council approves first step in development along Gabbert Road

Moorpark Council approves first step in development along Gabbert Road

The Moorpark City Council gave the green-light to Moorpark Property 67 to submit their application to change the General Plan…but they did it with a major revision.  The group, which is only applying for a per-screening, has already had their project go through four revisions since they first proposed it in 2009 for the 67.96 […]