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Ventura: Five hurt after vehicle crashes into residence

Ventura: Five hurt after vehicle crashes into residence

Treasurer Releases Blueprint for Growth and Innovation

Treasurer Releases Blueprint for Growth and Innovation

First Biennial Report Outlines Plan to Improve Infrastructure, Government Efficiency State Treasurer John Chiang today released an extensive blueprint for fixing California’s dilapidated roads, bridges and other infrastructure. The report also takes on many of the seemingly-intractable problems facing Californians today, from its affordable housing shortage and emerging retirement security crisis to local government bankruptcy […]

Award Winning Author Rick Najera & Oscar Nominated Actor Edward James Olmos Lead Discussion on Diversity in Higher Education

Award Winning Author Rick Najera & Oscar Nominated Actor Edward James Olmos Lead Discussion on  Diversity in Higher Education

Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science (CDU) presents the first annual President’s Breakfast featuring comedian and award-winning author of Almost White, Rick Najera leading the discussion on, “The Absence of Latinos and African Americans in Higher Education,” with Oscar-nominated actor Edward James Olmos as keynote speaker. The presentation will take place on February […]

Former Oxnard employee sentenced on 4 counts of Misappropriation of Public Funds

Former Oxnard employee sentenced on 4 counts of Misappropriation of Public Funds

William Reed (DOB 4/30/67) was sentenced after pleading guilty to four felony counts of misappropriation of public funds and destruction of public records in violation of Penal Code section 424. Reed was employed by the City of Oxnard Housing Department as head of their Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) Program. The purpose of the program was […]

The Love Wine Trail – Special Event just for Valentine’s Day in Oxnard!

The Love Wine Trail – Special Event just for Valentine’s Day in Oxnard!

The Ventura County Wine Trail has suspended operations.  But don’t despair.  Four local wineries have put together a very special event on for Valentine’s Day! _____________________________________ Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE   Scroll down to post comment

Augustana Choir to perform: Cal Lutheran concert one of six California tour stops — Feb. 20th

Augustana Choir to perform: Cal Lutheran concert one of six California tour stops — Feb. 20th

Coffee with the Chiefs in Thousand Oaks — February 12th

Coffee with the Chiefs in Thousand Oaks — February 12th

In 2015, the Thousand Oaks Police Department responded to nearly 23,000 calls for service while the Fire Protection District had approximately 12,000 responses. Your law enforcement officers work specific neighborhoods or patrol areas, day in and day out. These patrol areas are called beats. This system of community policing allows officers to really learn and […]

VENTURA COLLEGE Hosts SUPER SATURDAY Free Money For College Events – FEB. 6 & FEB. 27

VENTURA COLLEGE Hosts SUPER SATURDAY Free Money For College Events –  FEB. 6 & FEB. 27

SEEAG Adds New “School-to-Farm-to-Table” Education Venue – Petty Ranch in Saticoy

SEEAG Adds New “School-to-Farm-to-Table” Education Venue – Petty Ranch in Saticoy

Students for Eco-Education and Agriculture (SEEAG) is launching a new “Farm Lab” at Petty Ranch in Saticoy. SEEAG, founded in 2008, provides free agricultural education programming, including field trips to local farms to students in Southern California. Petty Ranch produces figs, apples, avocados, sugar beets, lemons and other citrus. The Farm Lab will teach students […]

Historian to discuss the first Red Scare: Cal Lutheran faculty featured in library lecture series

The chair of California Lutheran University’s History Department will discuss America’s first Red Scare at the Grant R. Brimhall Library on Feb. 18. Michaela Reaves will present “Radical ‘Reds’: Looking Backward” at 7 p.m. in the Community Room as part of the library’s 2015-2016 free lecture series, “A Century Ago: 1910-1920,” featuring Cal Lutheran faculty […]