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Hillary Clinton breaks with Obama, threatens war to enforce Iran deal

Hillary Clinton breaks with Obama, threatens war to enforce Iran deal

Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton on Wednesday declared her support for President Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran but pledged to back up the deal with the threat of military action, subtly breaking with the president she served as secretary of state. “I will not hesitate to take military action if Iran attempts to obtain […]

New CAASPP Student Assessment Scores Released — California’s new Common Core State Standards (CCSS)

New CAASPP Student Assessment Scores Released —  California’s new Common Core State Standards (CCSS)

Pope Francis Simplifies Rules For Ending Church Marriages

Pope Francis Simplifies Rules For Ending Church Marriages

Study: 28% of CA elderly impoverished

Study: 28% of CA elderly impoverished

. In 2012, after many years of being urged to develop more sophisticated measures of wealth and prosperity, the U.S. Census Bureau began issuing an annual 50-state review of poverty that incorporated cost of living. California shot from the middle of the pack to being to by far the biggest center of poverty in America, […]

Another Oxnard wastewater pumping station breaks down

Another Oxnard wastewater pumping station breaks down

By George  Miller While most of us were enjoying the holiday weekend, a public utilities crew was out in the Labor Day holiday heat today, with feverishly working men and a bucket brigade of tanker trucks to haul away raw sewage. This is station #30, where Channel Islands Boulevard and Harbor Blvd meet. From a distance, it […]

Oxnard Holds Utility Rates Workshops

Oxnard Holds Utility Rates Workshops

By Dan Pinedo In anticipation of utilities rates increases the city of Oxnard has created a Utilities Rates Advisory Panel, (URAP). The panel is made up of 8 members representing the community from three categories: Business/Industrial, Single Family Residential and Multi-Family Residential. There are 5 alternates. Under the direction of Interim Utilities Director Daniel Rydberg […]

CA center gives military new tech leap

CA center gives military new tech leap

Santa Paula 2015 Labor Day Celebration

Santa Paula 2015 Labor Day Celebration

By Sheryl Hamlin The 2015 Labor Day Celebration started early as the parade entrants queued up near Main Street in Santa Paula, while spectators placed seats along the street. The 2015 Labor Day parade lasted about an hour with nearly forty entrants: Color Guard from the 187th Airborne Regimental Combat Team, Mercer-Prieto VFW Post 2043, […]

Commission to Eliminate Child Abuse and Neglect Fatalities collects ideas to save children

Commission to Eliminate Child Abuse and Neglect Fatalities collects ideas to save children

The grisly tragedies mount: A Missouri mother has been charged with beating her 1-year-old daughter to death, and a Kentucky couple are accused of criminal abuse after the mother dropped their newborn while high on drugs, resulting in the baby’s death. In Houston, six children who had been returned to their home after a short […]

Harry Reid confirms Senate Democrats will filibuster Iran nuclear deal

Harry Reid confirms Senate Democrats will filibuster Iran nuclear deal

Democrats will try to mount a filibuster to block the Iran nuclear deal from even having to reach President Obama’s desk for a veto, Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid signaled Saturday in a statement. He and his party colleagues already have enough committed supporters that they would be able to sustain an Obama veto and […]