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Crisis in Iraq- large areas overrun, massacres, American contractors in danger

Crisis in Iraq- large areas overrun, massacres, American contractors in danger

From Various sources Islamic forces have overrun much of Iraq in the absence of American combat troops.  With the Iraqi government weakened and disorganized, extreme terrorists are taking over cities and villages.  There is no help coming from the United States, either to shore up the Iraqi government or evacuate American civilians.  Since we have […]

Oxnard: Gang injunctions re-emphasized, budget nearly ready, recycling facility takeover doing well

Oxnard: Gang injunctions re-emphasized, budget nearly ready, recycling facility takeover doing well

By George Miller City Council wants a renewed emphasis on the gang injunction program, which has tapered off somewhat, even as gang-related crime has been on the increase. The city’s anti-gang strategy/program has had broad public support and a fair degree of success, based on arrests, crimes statistics, and perceived improved city livability. A decade […]

Tuesday – June 17th – Ventura PD Annual “Tip-A-Cop” Fundraiser for Special Olympics of Ventura County

Tuesday – June 17th – Ventura PD Annual “Tip-A-Cop” Fundraiser for Special Olympics of Ventura County

Santa Paula Firefighters in Wisconsin for purchase of new Fire Engine

Santa Paula Firefighters in Wisconsin for purchase of new Fire Engine

They’re checking out the design of the new fire engine.  In a city that is proposing a new sales tax to retain firefighters once the Safety Grant expires this fall, along with hiring more police, this a huge expense. However, with the current equipment aging, Fire Chief Richard Araiza hopes to improve his department’s capabilities. […]

Central American Newspapers Encouraging Minors to Enter US Illegally–Mentions a Naval Base in California

Central American Newspapers Encouraging Minors to Enter US Illegally–Mentions a Naval Base in California

Thousands of illegal immigrants flooding the U.S.-Mexico border are overwhelming federal resources and facilities. Word-of-mouth and news reports that U.S. Border Patrol agents are giving perceived amnesty to children migrants has apparently spread in Central America and may be prompting more hopefuls to make the dangerous journey north.  La Prensa, a popular newspaper in Honduras with a circulation […]

Ventura: Motorcyclist swerves into traffic lane causing serious injury

Ventura: Motorcyclist swerves into traffic lane causing serious injury

Multiple Vehicle Accident, Darling Rd. and Wells Rd. in Ventura

Multiple Vehicle Accident, Darling Rd. and Wells Rd. in Ventura

Simi Valley Police participate and score in competition

Simi Valley Police participate and score in competition

Simi Valley Council creates committee to study having opening prayers at their meetings

Simi Valley Council creates committee to study having opening prayers at their meetings

By Debra Tash At their June 9th meeting the Simi Valley City Council  passed a resolution creating  a Tourism Marketing District.  Overnight stays in the city’s hotels will be assessed 2% of the total bill to fund the District as it markets the area as a tourist destination.  The acting city attorney, Sonia Hehir, informed […]

Local authorities unaware of plans to house illegal immigrants at Naval Base Ventura County

Local authorities unaware of plans to house illegal immigrants at Naval Base Ventura County

By George Miller Sources claim that the Commander of Naval Base Ventura County did not inform City of Port Hueneme City Officials of plans to house hundreds of illegal immigrant children on base. This is being done by the U.S.  Dept of Health and Human Services. It is possible that the children will be sent […]