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PLF wins landowners the right to challenge federal “wetlands” jurisdiction

PLF wins landowners the right to challenge federal “wetlands” jurisdiction

In a historic Pacific Legal Foundation (PLF) victory for the rights of property owners — and for the principle of accountability in government — a federal appellate court today ruled that landowners have a right to judicial review when federal regulators label their land as “wetlands” subject to federal control. The Eighth U.S. Circuit Court […]

Suspect with Outstanding DUI Warrant Caught in Thousand Oaks Police Department Sweep

Suspect with Outstanding DUI Warrant Caught in Thousand Oaks Police Department Sweep

Some think if they just don’t show up for a court hearing, the police won’t have the manpower to come find them. If your violation is a DUI, don’t count on it. Thousand Oaks Police Department Officers with dozens of outstanding arrest warrants fanned out into neighborhoods in search of high risk DUI offenders yesterday. […]

IRS Phone Scams–Tis the Season

IRS Phone Scams–Tis the Season

With tax season upon us a new scam in Ventura County involving the Internal Revenue Service is here. Community members throughout the county are receiving fraudulent calls from 877-807-6988. The callers are identifying themselves as IRS members and threatening to block bank accounts and default assets unless the owed debt is paid using Green Dot […]

Oxnard Police collaborating with MICOP to provide translation services for the Mixteco community

Oxnard Police collaborating with MICOP to provide translation services for the Mixteco community

The Oxnard Police Department announces: In our continuing efforts to better serve our diverse community, purchase the Oxnard Police Department is proud to announce a partnership with the Mixteco/Indigena Community Organizing Project (MICOP) to provide translation services for the for the Mixteco community. Based on information provided by our current telephonic language translation service, purchase the […]

Thousand Oaks: 2015 Arbor/Earth Day Celebration

Thousand Oaks: 2015 Arbor/Earth Day Celebration

2015 Arbor/Earth Day Celebration Click Here For Details Saturday, April 18th, 2015 Conejo Creek Park 1379 E. Janss Road 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. FREE ADMISSION Free Shuttle Service from Conejo Creek South to Conejo Creek North Arbor/Earth Day is a major City-sponsored event celebrating both Arbor and Earth Day in a fun, family-oriented venue. […]

Ventura Commerce and Education Foundation Names Angie Rodriguez Teacher of the Month

Ventura Commerce and Education Foundation Names Angie Rodriguez Teacher of the Month

On April 1, drug 2015, pharmacy the Ventura Commerce and Education Foundation (VCEF) named Angie Rodriguez, teacher at Junipero Serra Elementary in Ventura, April’s Teacher of the Month. Rodriguez received a plaque—presented by VCEF board member, Pattie Braga, along with elected representatives and members of the business community—to commemorate the award. Rodriguez was recognized for […]

Walking to raise money for Mental Health programs

Walking to raise money for Mental Health programs

The Ventura County Law Enforcement Crisis Intervention Team is proud to announce the 2015 NAMI Walk, tadalafil in Ventura County. NAMI Walk Ventura County is being held on Saturday May 2nd. Please come and join our team comprised of every Law Enforcement agency in the county of Ventura. You can participate in a 5K walk […]

Opportunities to come together with Helping Hands to Just Serve your community

Opportunities to come together with Helping Hands to Just Serve your community

Volunteerism is the capacity of people to exercise choices to set and achieve community objectives, which can result in real improvements that benefit others as well as the volunteer. The annual Helping Hands, community-based volunteer day sponsored by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and JustServe.org, will host hundreds of willing hands to […]

Supervisors Bennett and Long appear to be attempting a fast one on Ventura County voters

Supervisors Bennett and Long appear to be attempting a fast one on Ventura County voters

With little or no public discussion, Bennett and Long want to tighten reporting requirements for local initiatives, remove power from the CEO, centralize it with the BOS, abolish an independent ethics commission and vest that power in an appointed hearing czar – who may be compensated. They also want you to believe that this is […]

UPDATE: Captain severely injured in fall putting out brush fire near homeless encampment

UPDATE:   Captain severely injured in fall putting out brush fire near homeless encampment

Ventura City Fire Captain Myles Smith is currently hospitalized at Ventura County Medical Center with serious, purchase but non-life threatening injuries. Captain Smith is a veteran firefighter with over 34 years of service, medications and 22 years as a Captain. Captain Smith sustained multiple fractures to the right side of his body including the shoulder, […]