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Public Invited to Grand Opening Celebration for Kellogg Park, April 14

Public Invited to Grand Opening Celebration for Kellogg Park, April 14

The City of Ventura and The Trust for Public Land invite the public to attend the grand opening celebration for Kellogg Park, located at the corner of Kellogg Street and Ventura Avenue, on Saturday, April 14, 2018, from 10 am to noon. The celebration will include an official ribbon-cutting ceremony, live music, community garden tours, […]

Suspect arrested in Santa Paula for Feb. 11th Attempted Murder

Suspect arrested in Santa Paula for Feb. 11th Attempted Murder

Santa Paula Police Department – Incident Press Release On Sunday, February 11, 2018 at approximately 2:45 PM, Santa Paula Police Officers responded to a shooting incident in the area of Sycamore and Saticoy Streets. Upon officer’s arrival, witnesses disclosed that a shooting incident had just occurred in the vicinity and there was one victim involved with […]

Persistent kayakers continue fight via Coastal Commission for use of Kiddie Beach launch at Channel Islands Harbor

Persistent kayakers continue fight via Coastal Commission for use of Kiddie Beach launch at Channel Islands Harbor

By George Miller The members of the California Kayak Friends club had used Kiddie Beach, inside the entrance to Channel Islands Harbor ,for decades to launch and land their kayaks.  It’s a nice little “pocket beach,” located close to the ocean where they usually paddle. With a nice parking lot, short walk to the beach, nearby restrooms, […]

VC Harbor Director retires, gets consulting contract to continue her unpopular “Fisherman’s Wharf” densification

VC Harbor Director retires, gets consulting contract to continue her unpopular “Fisherman’s Wharf” densification

By Tom Petersen   A new start- NOT The Current Channel Islands Harbor, Harbor Director has announced that she is retiring in March. The county posted the application and qualifications needed for the new Harbor Director position yesterday. At the same time they announced that the CURRENT Harbor Director is to get a consulting contract […]

Thomas Fire Benefit Festival!

Thomas Fire Benefit Festival!

by California Beer Festival With record-breaking damage, the Thomas Fire has swept through Ventura County with devastation. Dubbed the Largest Wildfire in California’s State History with a wide reach of 281,893 acres, the Thomas Fire has burnt over 1,000 structures, leaving hundreds without homes in our local area. Local community members and organizations are coming […]

On-board Channel Islands Parade of Lights 2017 winner!

On-board Channel Islands Parade of Lights 2017 winner!

By George Miller The Channel Islands Parade of Lights is one of Oxnard’s premier holiday events.  Everything from large yachts down to kayaks are decorated for the Christmas/holiday season and paraded up and down the main channels of the harbor, giving it its most festive look for the year. This year’s theme was “Fairy Tales […]

Voting Districts & Climate Action Plan Topics at Monday’s Ventura City Council Meeting

Voting Districts & Climate Action Plan Topics at Monday’s Ventura City Council Meeting

By Kevin Harris The Ventura City Council held its second public hearing on its controversial switch to voting districts, and voted to move forward with a long-term Climate Action Plan during last Monday’s meeting.  “Vote-by-District” to Comply With California Voting Rights Act During this second public hearing among a series of meetings, which began on October […]

Mayor Flynn opines on NRG Mandalay power plants 2017 shutdown

Mayor Flynn opines on NRG Mandalay power plants 2017 shutdown

By George Miller Oxnard Mayor Tim Flynn got back to us belatedly, today, on the upcoming NRG Mandalay power plants shutdown, well after our deadline on our Mandalay Plant shutdown article last week. Not long after two California Energy Commission members put out a bulletin on their own saying they intended to vote against the […]

Multi-Agency public/private task force raids Oxnard toxic superfund site homeless encampment

Multi-Agency public/private task force raids Oxnard toxic superfund site homeless encampment

By George Miller Years ago, the Oxnard Halaco site at 6200 Perkins Road was used for recycling toxic metals. It is a designated superfund site and a blight on Oxnard’s long seacoast of sundrenched, wildlife-packed beaches. There is even talk of someday making this area part of a regional park which would also include the […]

Best Selling Author/Political Commentator Nick Adams Spoke in Camarillo; Exclusive Interview!

Best Selling Author/Political Commentator Nick Adams Spoke in Camarillo; Exclusive Interview!

By Kevin Harris The Camarillo Republican Women Federated hosted best selling author and conservative commentator, Nick Adams, to speak and conduct a book signing at their September 19 meeting in Camarillo. Adams also gave an exclusive, one-on-one interview with CitizensJournal immediately following his book signing session.  Speaking before a capacity crowd at the lavish Spanish […]

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