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Ventura Fire Dept. executes ravine rescue

Ventura Fire Dept. executes ravine rescue

Ventura City Fire Department   On 3/15/15, viagra buy a man in his late 40’s from Oxnard was on a hike in the Ventura Hillsides when he became disoriented and trapped in a ravine. The victim originally reported his location adjacent to two trees. The Fire Communications Center was able to keep communication with the […]

Ventura City Fire Department – Ocean Rescue at Greenock Lane

Ventura City Fire Department – Ocean Rescue at Greenock Lane

Ventura City Fire Department   On Monday afternoon, diagnosis a woman walking her dog at Marina Park noticed a man and child were in the surf line– struggling to reach shore. They were in a rough trough of water that was adjacent to a groin that borders Greenock lane and separates Marina Park and Pierpont lanes. […]

Oxnard to honor its ’72 Little League U.S. champions tonight

Oxnard to honor its ’72 Little League U.S. champions tonight

We invite you to he Oxnard City Council meeting tonight at 6:00 pm to come out and support the 1972 Oxnard Sunset Little League team who won the United States Baseball Little League Championship 43 years ago.  Mayor Flynn and the City Council will be presented an award to Daryl Samuel (pitcher), order  Tom Barber, salve Walter Moody, unhealthy […]

Be A Saint on St. Patrick’s Day and Drive Sober

Be A Saint on St. Patrick’s Day and Drive Sober

St. Patrick’s Day brings to mind shamrocks, leprechauns, pots of gold, and good luck. But no amount of luck can save you from a drunk-driving crash. So whether you’re buzzed or drunk on St. Patrick’s Day, it doesn’t matter. NHTSA wants to remind everyone that Buzzed Driving Is Drunk Driving–drive sober. The Simi Valley Police […]

Book sale at Santa Paula Blanchard Community Library

Book sale at Santa Paula Blanchard Community Library

      Book Sale Saturday, order April 4, medicine 2015 The Friends of the Santa Paula Blanchard Community Library invite all book lovers to their “Back Stacks” Book Sales. They are held the first Saturday of every month from 10AM to 2PM, shop every Wednesday from Noon to 4PM, and every Thursday, and Friday […]

Simi Valley-Moorpark Conservative Alliance forming

Simi Valley-Moorpark Conservative Alliance forming

Event Announcement Dear Constitutional Conservative: The last election proved the need for an activist organization on behalf of Constitutional conservatives.  Our candidate for Assembly was harmed by those that prefer politics to principle, erectile prefer “moderation” to values.  In 2016 there will be numerous city council, school board and legislative races.  Are we going to […]

Keep these dates in mind: Ventura Council for Seniors (VCS)

Keep these dates in mind: Ventura Council for Seniors (VCS)

The Ventura Council for Seniors (VCS) meets at the Ventura Avenue Adult Center (VAAC) on the third Wednesday of every month from 9:30-11:00 AM. This organization is designed to provide a forum to discuss issues and initiatives and to develop recommendations for City Council consideration. The VCS is designated by the Ventura City Council as […]

Report from CA CD-25 Rep. Congressman Steve Knight’s open house

Report from CA CD-25 Rep. Congressman Steve Knight’s open house

By Greg Aprahamian, https://wethepeoplerising.wordpress.com/ On Jan 14 th, 2015 The Republican led House of Representatives exercised its power of the purse and passed HR240, which provided funding for the DHS, it also prohibited funds to be used to implement Pres. Obama’s executive amnesty.   In late February the Republican-led Senate stripped the amnesty de-funding language from the […]

Ventura County Credit Union President honored by the Credit Union House

Ventura County Credit Union President honored by the Credit Union House

Joe Schroeder Inducted into Hall of Leaders On Sunday, treatment March 8, the Credit Union House inducted Ventura County Credit Union (VCCU) President Joe Schroeder into the Hall of Leaders. This honor was bestowed on Schroeder in recognition of the significant contributions he has made as an advocate of the “credit union movement” on a […]

Swim For Free at Miller YMCA Through March

Swim For Free at Miller YMCA Through March

Newbury Park, sildenafil Calif.—Now through March 31, medicine community members can swim for free at the Miller Family YMCA of Newbury Park The seven-year-old indoor pool recently went through extensive upgrades. “Now is the time to enjoy our pool while doing something good for your body and overall health,” says Kara Hensley, the Miller Y’s […]