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Ventura County Credit Union celebrates national youth month

Ventura County Credit Union celebrates national youth month

Credit union educates local youth on how to be financially fit with events this April Ventura County Credit Union (VCCU), a not-for-profit financial institution, invites Ventura County and Santa Barbara County communities to participate in National Credit Union Youth Month. In April, VCCU will be celebrating Youth Month, founded by the Credit Union National Association […]

Master Gardeners of Ventura County: It’s Time to Think About Growing Summer Vegetables!

Master Gardeners of Ventura County: It’s Time to Think About Growing Summer Vegetables!

Spring is the time to start planning your summer vegetable garden. Join Master Gardeners of Ventura County and learn what to plant when and how. There’s still time to register for the Growing Summer Vegetables workshop offered by the Master Gardeners of Ventura County. This is shaping up to be the best growing season in […]

Thousand Oaks Police Department Launches Scam Hotline to Educate Community

Thousand Oaks Police Department Launches Scam Hotline to Educate Community

The Thousand Oaks Police Department is launching a scam hotline for its citizens. The hotline telephone number (805) 371-8327 will provide information on various current types of scams (telephone, mail, email, text message, etc.) and provide callers the opportunity to leave information on scams they may have been exposed to. The phone line is a […]

Applications Available for Ventura County Junior Lifeguard Program

Applications Available for Ventura County Junior Lifeguard Program

Enrollment applications are now available to youth interested in participating in the Ventura County 2017 Junior Lifeguard Program. The Junior Lifeguard Program, sponsored by the Ventura County Harbor Department, offers youth 8 to 15 years of age the opportunity to receive instruction in lifeguard rescue techniques, emergency medical first-aid, ocean sports activity, physical conditioning, marine […]

Universalist Unitarian Church of Santa Paula – documentary showing of Now Is the Time: Healthcare for Everybody

Universalist Unitarian Church of Santa Paula – documentary showing of Now Is the Time: Healthcare for Everybody

The Social Concerns Committee of the Universalist Unitarian Church of Santa Paula, 740 E Main St, on Friday, April 28, 7:00 P.M is presenting the  documentary, Now Is the Time: Healthcare for Everybody,  by Laurie Simons and Terry Sterrenberg. The United States pays nearly twice as much for healthcare as any other industrial nation, yet it still does not […]

Ventura College Expands Diesel Mechanic Advisory Committee New member brings ag industry experience and insight

Ventura College Expands Diesel Mechanic Advisory Committee New member brings ag industry experience and insight

  The Ventura College Diesel Mechanic program has added Keith Barnard to its Advisory Committee. Barnard is director of global grower relations for Mission Produce, one of the largest avocado operations in the world, with operations in six countries and distribution facilities throughout the United States, all of which rely heavily on medium- to heavy-duty […]

Boys and Girls of Greater Oxnard Appoints Four New Members to its Board of Directors

Boys and Girls of Greater Oxnard Appoints Four New Members to its Board of Directors

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Oxnard and Port Hueneme announces the addition of Alison Norris, Michael Vasalos, Evan Scott and Dr. Cynthia Azari to its Board of Directors. “These four individuals come from very different work backgrounds, that adds to the wide-ranging depth of experience we have on our board,” said Erin Antrim, […]

This St. Patrick’s Day, Plan Before You Party!

This St. Patrick’s Day, Plan Before You Party!

Remember: Impaired Driving, Drugs and Alcohol can Kill St. Patrick’s Day has become one of the nation’s favorite holidays to celebrate and party. Unfortunately, too many people are taking to the roads after drinking, making the holiday one of our most dangerous. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 252 people lost their […]

Norovirus Cases in Ventura County

Norovirus Cases in Ventura County

Ventura County Public Health was notified on Wednesday, March 8th of multiple students in the Oxnard-based El Rio school district, with complaints of nausea and vomiting. An investigation was initiated by Ventura County Public Health, in conjunction with Ventura County Environmental Health. Infection control measures were implemented and reinforced throughout the investigation. Ventura County Public […]

Simi Valley Police Hosting a Class on Protecting Yourself from Cyber Crime. FBI to Present

Simi Valley Police Hosting a Class on Protecting Yourself from Cyber Crime. FBI to Present

The Simi Valley Police Department, through the Crime Prevention Unit will be hosting a presentation entitled, How To Protect Yourself Online from Cyber Crime.  The Simi Valley Police Department, the FBI Cyber Crime Division along with the Information Systems Security Association of Ventura County will bring you a valuable night of training to include the […]

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