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Jewish Toastmasters Group Meets In Simi Valley Twice a Month

Jewish Toastmasters Group Meets In Simi Valley Twice a Month

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ADVISORY: Celebrate Cinco de Mayo Responsibly | Buzzed Driving Is Drunk Driving

ADVISORY: Celebrate Cinco de Mayo Responsibly | Buzzed Driving Is Drunk Driving

In the United States, the Cinco de Mayo holiday is often associated with parties and alcohol. If you’re celebrating with friends and family this weekend, remember that at the end of the night, you need to have a safe and sober ride home. Police, Sheriff, and the CHP will be out in force looking for […]

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo Responsibly | Buzzed Driving Is Drunk Driving!

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo Responsibly | Buzzed Driving Is Drunk Driving!

Ventura Police Department | In the United States, the Cinco de Mayo holiday is often associated with parties and alcohol. If you’re celebrating this weekend, remember that at the end of the night, you need to have a safe and sober ride home. Police, Sheriff and the CHP throughout California will be out in force looking […]

Legislation ACTION ALERT | Stop SB 320, a so-called “Abortion Care” as a Constitutional Right at California Colleges

Legislation ACTION ALERT | Stop SB 320, a so-called “Abortion Care” as a Constitutional Right at California Colleges

This bill is in moving slowly through the Assembly.  By a party-line vote of 23-13 the Democrat-controlled State Senate passed SB 320 which mandates the distribution of the powerful abortifacient drug RU 486 to State College and University young women. This is a VERY powerful and dangerous artificial-steroid that attacks the mother’s body first, to […]

Motorcycle Awareness Month in May

Motorcycle Awareness Month in May

In order to reduce motorcycle crashes and save lives, The Oxnard Police Department and the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) are teaming up with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) this May for the annual Motorcycle Safety Awareness campaign to help save lives on our roadways. The awareness campaign aims to educate drivers […]

Legislation ACTION ALERT | Assembly Bill 282 “Push Mama from the Train” Who Benefits?

Legislation ACTION ALERT | Assembly Bill 282 “Push Mama from the Train” Who Benefits?

It is not enough to have legalized assisted suicide, now the legislature wants to see it freely promoted. Assembly Bill 282 obscures existing law and diminishes the legal consequences for deliberately aiding, advising or encouraging another to commit suicide. Contrary to existing statute, which rightly considers it a felony to encourage another to commit suicide, this […]

May is Bicycle Safety Month

May is Bicycle Safety Month

With the California weather warming up The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office and the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) are highlighting how bicycling is a great way to stay in shape, save money on gas, reduce pollution, and when visiting recreational areas, a great way to see the sights. These benefits are nothing new to […]

Burned, But Not Forgotten!

Burned, But Not Forgotten!

Camarillo, Calif. — Studio Channel Islands will host an opening reception for a new pop-up exhibit, Burned, But Not Forgotten, 4 to 6 p.m., May 5, at the Blackboard Gallery, 2222 Ventura Blvd., Camarillo. The exhibit shares photographs and video as seen through the lenses of two students from California State University, Channel Islands, who […]

Pro-Gun Students to “Stand for the 2nd”

Pro-Gun Students to “Stand for the 2nd”

The biggest news of the past week is the lawsuit by Olympic gold medalist Kim Rhode that has been launched – the first salvo in the court battle against California’s assault on how we can buy ammunition.  GOC is in strong support of this lawsuit and will do whatever we can to assist as it moves […]

Long Time Contributor to Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley Takes the Helm

Long Time Contributor to Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley Takes the Helm

Agoura Hills, CA – Driven by a need and passion to serve others, long-time contributor to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley, and local philanthropist, Linda Catlin now assumes the position of Board Chairman for the organization.     Catlin’s participation in the Boys & Girls Clubs dates back to 2008 when she […]