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Primary season is ON! List of candidates on VC ballot here

Primary season is ON! List of candidates on VC ballot here

By George Miller,  originally published April, 2016 “You may ignore politics, but politics won’t ignore you.” 2016 is a Presidential election year. Although California has one of the last primaries, it may be decisive in helping to determine which candidates are on the November ballot. In addition, many down-ticket positions are up for election this […]

Memorial Day 2016- Events, Articles

Memorial Day 2016- Events, Articles

By George Miller   “Our country is in mourning, for a soldier died today.”Freedom comes at a high price. Share this video from Just a Common Soldier and honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice.#MemorialDay #CommonSoldier   vfw.org – Vfw – Veterans of Foreign Wars USA‎ legion.org – American Legion Veterans‎   Memorial Day Events/Articles […]

VCEF Names Lincoln Elementary Instructor as May’s Teacher of the Month

VCEF Names Lincoln Elementary Instructor as May’s Teacher of the Month

Camarillo Rotary to award Nine students with College Scholarships

Camarillo Rotary to award Nine students with College Scholarships

Improving Motorcycle Safety Aim of Oxnard Police Department Operation

Improving Motorcycle Safety Aim of Oxnard Police Department Operation

Moorpark College will partner with Food Share, Ventura County’s Food Bank and Bags of Hope food pantry

Moorpark College will partner with Food Share, Ventura County’s Food Bank and Bags of Hope food pantry

Getting Govt. info: A Guide to the California Public Records Act

Getting Govt. info: A Guide to the California Public Records Act

Freedom Alliance Helps Local Injured Service Member Heal with Annual Alaskan Voyage

Freedom Alliance Helps Local Injured  Service Member Heal with Annual Alaskan Voyage

Ventura resident and medically retired United States Army Staff Sgt. Michael Nares is set to participate in an annual Alaskan fishing excursion. Nares suffers from post-traumatic stress and a traumatic brain injury. For his courage and sacrifices, he has received two Bronze Stars and two Purple Hearts, among other decorations. Freedom Alliance, a charitable organization […]

Pathways Luncheon — Helping Families in Oxnard

Pathways Luncheon — Helping Families in Oxnard

VCEF Names Ventura High School Instructor as April’s Teacher of the Month