Home » Archives by category » News (Page 376)

Washington’s Obamacare Exchange Is Losing A Top Insurer In 2016

Washington’s Obamacare Exchange Is Losing A Top Insurer In 2016

It’s showtime for Pluto; prepare to be amazed by NASA flyby

It’s showtime for Pluto; prepare to be amazed by NASA flyby

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Pluto, reveal thyself, and Earthlings, enjoy the show. On Tuesday, NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft will sweep past Pluto and present the previously unexplored world in all its icy glory. It promises to be the biggest planetary unveiling in a quarter-century. The curtain hasn’t been pulled back like this since NASA’s Voyager […]

Asset forfeiture reform draws bipartisan buzz

Asset forfeiture reform draws bipartisan buzz

Obama Unilaterally Locks Down 700,000 Acres in Nevada

Obama Unilaterally Locks Down 700,000 Acres in Nevada

Today President Obama’s Administration announced that it will unilaterally designate 700,000 acres in eastern Nevada as the Basin Range National Monument, undermining a locally-developed land plan that even Sen. Harry Reid supported and dismissing any opportunity for meaningful public input. This designation will put this enormous swathe of land under lock and key, using a […]

Republicans slam Obama’s latest ‘land grab’

Republicans slam Obama’s latest ‘land grab’

Top Republicans on Friday accused President Obama of a “surreptitious land grab” after the administration claimed more than 1 million acres in California, viagra Texas, and Nevada, designating the land as new national monuments. Mr. Obama will formally designate the land Friday afternoon. With the move, Mr. Obama has established or expanded 19 national monuments, […]

Anecdotes from Agriculture Aviation

Anecdotes from Agriculture Aviation

By Sheryl Hamlin The recently opened Ag Air Exhibit was the backdrop for the panel on July 10, 2015 at Santa Paula’s Agriculture Museum. The exhibit features historic photos and film from Ventura’s use of aviation on farms. The panel featured Marie Murray, Rob Scherzinger, Janice Dickenson, Mitch Stone and Kevin Miskel, plus a wealth […]

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 […]