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Voice your opinion! Do you support $52 billion CA tax increase?

Voice your opinion! Do you support $52 billion CA tax increase?

    Higher gas taxes and car registration fees are not the answer We can fix roads without taking more money from hard-working families   Please take a moment to watch this short video on the $52 billion transportation tax increase proposed by Governor Jerry Brown and legislative leaders. Later this week the Legislature is […]

Trump troops tramping victorious in Ventura today

Trump troops tramping victorious in Ventura today

By George Miller Why were hundreds of people rallying for President Donald Trump in front of the busy Pacific View Mall in the seaside City of Ventura at Main St. and Mills today? Isn’t the election over? Will the campaign ever end? I asked myself those questions while driving there to see what was going […]

Reel Guppy Outdoors fishing expedition at Ventura Pier

Reel Guppy Outdoors fishing expedition at Ventura Pier

By Kevin Brannon Wonderful day today on the Ventura Pier today. Started with Panera Bread donating breakfast for helpers. New trailer loaded with gear and a new cart to transport it. Perfect Weather, you could see the all the way to the green vegetation growing on the front side of the East End of Santa […]

Port Hueneme residents want to fix beach bathrooms

Port Hueneme residents want to fix beach bathrooms

By George Miller An alliance of Port Hueneme residents and Council members will fight to improve beach bathrooms.  They claim those facilities are a turnoff to potential beachgoers and a blight on an otherwise world-class beach. Sandwiched between the Port of Hueneme just north and industrial facilities and Ormond Beach to the south, Port Hueneme […]

Local Fishing TV show

Local Fishing TV show

By George Miller Kevin Brannon came to the 1-24-17 Oxnard City Council meeting to announce his Reel Anglers TV show. It can be seen on a number of venues, including Ventura’s public CAPS-TV, Camarillo, Santa Barbara, KADYTV.com, or the Reel Anglers Youtube.com channel. He asked the Council to put it on Oxnard’s TV station also. […]

NWS storm forecast presentation

NWS storm forecast presentation

By Gerard Kapuscik Attached you’ll find a most excellent, visually-resonant, PowerPoint presentation regarding the latest forecast information on this weekend’s upcoming expected heavy-rains.  The presentation was prepared by Eric Boldt, Warning Coordination Meteorologist, in the LA Office of the NWS (National Weather Service). I have always found Mr. Boldt’s forecast information current and helpful, and […]

Area Christmas lights

Area Christmas lights

By George Miller                       Channel Islands Harbor Parade of Lights By George Miller- Every year on the second Saturday in December, the most motivated local boaters compete in Oxnard’s Channel Islands Parade of Lights, a pageant of decorated, lighted boats of all sizes. This year’s […]

Bureaucratic approvals continue for Channel Islands Harbor plan

Bureaucratic approvals continue for Channel Islands Harbor plan

Oxnard holds Short-Term Rental community meeting

Oxnard holds Short-Term Rental community meeting

By George Miller About 140 people showed up at the Oxnard Performing Arts Center on Tuesday, 8-16-16 for a community meeting to discuss issues and potential action on the short-term rental situation. It locally impacts beach neighborhoods the most. Kathleen Mallory of the Planning Department and consultant Ken Lee conducted the meeting. In summary, it appears that is no […]

Oxnard Swiftboated

Oxnard Swiftboated

By George Miller A Viet Nam era navy patrol boat, PCF 816 (Patrol Craft Fast), popularly known as a “SwiftBoat,” visited the Maritime Museum in Channel Islands Harbor last month. She is owned, maintained and operated by the San Diego Maritime Museum. These boats carried 50 caliber machine guns, plus an 81 mm mortar launcher, M16 […]

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