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National Night Out returns for community building in Oxnard–Tuesday!

National Night Out returns for community building in Oxnard–Tuesday!

National Night Out are community and neighborhood events designed to: (1) heighten crime prevention awareness, (2) generate support for, and participation in, local anticrime programs, (3) strengthen neighborhood engagement and police-community partnerships, and (4) send a message to criminals letting them know that community members are organized and vigilant. When is National Night Out? Tomorrow, […]

Ventura County 4th of July Events

Ventura County 4th of July Events

By CitizensJournal.us Staff Here are some county events to celebrate what many say is the most important non-religious holiday of the year- the USA’s birthday! Agoura Hills Sunday, July 5, 2015, Agoura Hills  free concert at Chumash Park followed by a fireworks display Concert starts 6pm and fireworks 9pm.   Camarillo 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular is planned […]

Santa Paula: Have you seen this dog?

Santa Paula:  Have you seen this dog?

Tasmanian Missionaries seek VC beach refuge

Tasmanian Missionaries seek VC beach refuge

Get out of the car, Bub

Get out of the car, Bub

K9 Yankee pulling over a bad guy at their demo last week!  Decoy is Officer Jack Ortega.  Go get ’em, Yankee!      Thank you for serving our community!  Like them on Facebook Ventura Police Department K9 Unit Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE  *Scroll down to post a comment

Memorial Day Service, St. Mary’s Cemetery, Ventura 05-25-15, 11 AM

Memorial Day Service, St. Mary’s Cemetery, Ventura 05-25-15, 11 AM

This coming Monday, May 25, 2015, at 11 AM, we will be meeting at St. Mary’s Cemetery, 1300 Main St., Ventura, CA., one mile east of the front doors of the Mission San Buenaventura, CA., for a memorial service honoring the 76 local veterans and one 1869 “Medal of Honor” recipient from the Indian Wars, […]

Peace Officers Association: Thursday May 21st @10am — Public Welcomed

Peace Officers Association: Thursday May 21st @10am — Public Welcomed

School Board to vote on controversial “bathroom bill” implementation

School Board to vote on controversial “bathroom bill” implementation

The Conejo Valley Unified School District School Board is voting on procedures to implement the state law known as the “bathroom bill” (AB 1266).  The procedures would allow any student to choose which bathroom or shower facilities they would like to use based on their current self-chosen gender identity.  ANY parent who cares about their children in the public school […]

Veteran of the Year named by Salute to Arms in Simi Valley

Veteran of the Year named by Salute to Arms in Simi Valley

On Memorial Day, May 25, 2015, Salute To Arms will be commemorating the 25th Anniversary of Persian-Gulf War Era (including Desert Storm, Dessert Shield, Iraqi Freedom, Operation Desert Sabre, and missions around the world in conflict) and honoring our communities Persian Gulf War Era Veterans with buffet luncheon and entertainment program. Only Veterans and active […]

The Collection at RiverPark takes home the gold from 2015 Hermes Creative Awards

The Collection at RiverPark takes home the gold from 2015 Hermes Creative Awards

Retail center’s “The Collection News Network” campaign wins for “YouTube Channel” and “Consumer Engagement” The Collection at RiverPark has won Gold at the 2015 Hermes Creative Awards. The campaign, “The Collection News Network (TCNN),” took the honors in two categories, “YouTube Channel” and “Consumer Engagement.” The Hermes Creative Awards is an international competition for creative […]