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City of Camarillo Recognized For Achievements in Energy Efficiency

City of Camarillo Recognized For Achievements in Energy Efficiency

The City of Camarillo has received recognition from Southern California Edison and the Ventura County Regional Energy Alliance for their achievement of Gold Tier Level in the Energy Leader Partnership Program as a result of the City’s demonstrated commitment to establishing significant energy efficiency in its operations and providing sustainable energy programs and services to […]

Thousand Oaks: New Night for Hashtag Comedy show at Hillcrest Center for the arts

Thousand Oaks: New Night for Hashtag Comedy show at Hillcrest Center for the arts

       

Petitions now available to stop the plastic bag ban and tax

Petitions now available to stop the plastic bag ban and tax

Oxnard to celebrate Veterans’ Day

Oxnard to celebrate Veterans’ Day

                  Nov 05, 2014 Oxnard To Celebrate Veterans Day   Honor. Courage. Loyalty. The City of Oxnard will pay tribute to American veterans of all wars at a special Veterans Day celebration in Downtown Oxnard on Tuesday, November 11, 2014. The annual downtown event has been organized […]

Ventura County Animal Services in need of fosters for large dogs

Ventura County Animal Services in need of fosters for large dogs

The shelter is very full and they need fosters for their larger dogs.  How about this dapper dame?                           Skye is a young Doberman/Lab mix who is a happy, go-lucky loving little lady looking for her forever home. She is very social, and […]

International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church–Sunday November 9th

International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church–Sunday November 9th

Sunday, 9 November is the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church. Please mobilize your church, school, family and friends to focus on the Persecuted Church. Refusing to Worship Caesar Foxes Book of Martyrs records many testimonies of courageous Christians who suffered for the Faith. It is important to note that Christians were not […]

From Sheriff Geoff Dean – What the passage of Prop 47 means to law enforcement

From Sheriff Geoff Dean – What the passage of Prop 47 means to law enforcement

Effective immediately, the passage of Proposition 47 will have the following effects on the custody and policing practices of the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department: 1. In most instances, many crimes that were previously “arrestable” as a felony will now only be “citable” as a misdemeanor. That means they may not be booked into jail but […]

High school students and business partners invited to career EXPO, Nov. 14

High school students and business partners invited to career EXPO, Nov. 14

More than 300 sophomores, juniors and seniors from six Ventura Unified School District high schools will have the opportunity to attend the City of Ventura’s second EXPO to learn about potential area careers, trades, jobs, internships, educational institutions and volunteer opportunities on Friday, November 14, 9 am-1 pm, at Ventura City Hall, 501 Poli Street. […]

The Blue and The Gray–Civil War to break out in Moorpark this weekend

The Blue and The Gray–Civil War to break out in Moorpark this weekend

This weekend Saturday, November 8, 2014 – Sunday, November 9, 2014 Adjacent to Moorpark College (exit Collins, follow signs) Their thirteenth anniversary! A Civil War Alliance event Hosted by the Richmond Howitzers November 8-9, 2014 Three Battles on Saturday (12:00, 3:00, 5:15) & Two on Sunday (12:00, 2:30), Spectacular “Twilight Battle” Saturday evening 5:15 pm […]

Thousand Oaks: Tonight–Museum Speaker Series: Bita Klemm “The Art Of Painting Restoration”

Thousand Oaks: Tonight–Museum Speaker Series: Bita Klemm “The Art Of Painting Restoration”