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Ventura Commerce & Education Foundation names Shannon Paulis Teacher of the Month

Ventura Commerce & Education Foundation names Shannon Paulis Teacher of the Month

On Feb. 10, tadalafil 2015, site the Ventura Commerce and Education Foundation (VCEF) named Juanamaria Elementary School, teacher at Juanamaria Elementary School in Ventura, as February’s Teacher of the Month. Ms. Paulis was presented with a plaque to commemorate this award by Pattie Braga, chair of VCEF, along with elected representatives and members of the […]

State Controller Releases January Cash Update: Deficit of 10 billion

State Controller Releases January Cash Update: Deficit of 10 billion

State Controller Betty T. Yee today released her monthly report covering California’s cash balance, receipts and disbursements in January 2015. Revenues for the month totaled $12.6 billion, under-performing estimates in the Governor’s proposed 2015-16 budget by $138.1 million, or 1.1 percent. Year-to-date revenues are $15.5 million behind estimates adjusted upward a month ago, when the […]

3rd Annual RNC Black Republican Trailblazer Awards

3rd Annual RNC Black Republican Trailblazer Awards

    TOMORROW: 3rd Annual RNC Black Republican Trailblazer Awards Tomorrow, online February 11th, 2015 the RNC will celebrate Black History Month by hosting the 3rd Annual Black Republican Trailblazer Awards luncheon. The annual event is meant to celebrate Black History Month by honoring black Republicans who have blazed a path for future leaders. The 2015 honorees […]

Continued drought could trigger mandatory rationing in Southland

Continued drought could trigger mandatory rationing in Southland

Will the recent storms up north be enough? Preparing for a potential fourth drought year, Southern California’s wholesale water importer today outlined scenarios that could require the agency to limit deliveries and prompt mandatory rationing throughout much of the region this summer. After a good, wet start to February following a historically dry January, a […]

California—Unclaimed Property Report

California—Unclaimed Property Report

Treasurer Issues Statement on Legislative Analyst’s Unclaimed Property Report Treasurer John Chiang, who as Controller returned more unclaimed property than any of his predecessors, issued the following statement in response to the Legislative Analyst’s unclaimed property report: “The LAO has detailed many of the innovations and reforms which fueled an 8-year revival that wrestled away […]

Citizens Journal Facebook likes hit 5000 last night!

Citizens Journal Facebook likes hit 5000 last night!

By CitizensJournal.us                           . We now have over 5,000 Facebook “Likes” and about 15,000+ readers, considering web, email, Facebook, Twitter and search engine activity. This demonstrates more and more interest as our offerings improve. Being CITIZENS Journal, we also encourage reader input, in the […]

Today he retires—See you at the dog park K9 Dano!

Today he retires—See you at the dog park K9 Dano!

From the Ventura County K9 Unit’s Facebook page on one of their own’s retirement. “K9 Dano retired today after five years of dedicated service! Sheriff Dean presented K9 Dano with a bone so he can start his retirement off right! Your fellow K9 partners, handlers, Law Enforcement brothers & sisters, and the community thank you […]

Conejo Valley Parents: Have a say so on the next school superintendent–Tuesday 2/10/2015

Conejo Valley Parents: Have a say so on the next school superintendent–Tuesday 2/10/2015

Public can provide input at Feb. 10 meeting of the CVUSD in T.O. When: Tues., Feb. 10 – 6:30 p.m. What: CVUSD School Board meeting Where: 1400 E. Janss Road (across the street from the Janss Library) In complex of buildings, find road (at eastern side) heading southbound — drive to end and park in […]

City of Ventura–Public art opportunity

City of Ventura–Public art opportunity

Civil War Encampment at Strathearn Park

Civil War Encampment at Strathearn Park

Visitors are invited to step back in time to a soldier’s camp in 1862 and experience the sights and sounds as re-enactors show the soldiers’ way of life throughout a typical encampment day with Union, capsule Confederate and civilian re-enactors. The re-enactors will be actually living the soldiers’ way of life for the entire weekend […]