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43rd Annual PAL National Boxing Championship again held in Oxnard!

43rd Annual PAL National Boxing Championship again held in Oxnard!

By Peter Godinez (Xerox Ambassador) The community of Oxnard recently completed another successful event:  the 43rd Annual Oxnard PAL National Boxing Championship.  Hundreds of people turned up at the event, featuring both female and male competitive boxers from all parts of the U.S.  Match results at end of this article.   The profile of people involved […]

Conejo Schools “BookGate” war continues

Conejo Schools “BookGate” war continues

By George Miller (published 10-6-17, updated 10-7-17) On Tuesday, October 3, the Conejo Valley Unified High School District Board of Education met and discussed (among other things) what to do about the core literature list controversy. There has been much discussion about some books and whether their content is age-appropriate for students. Some opponents of […]

It Begins . . .

It Begins . . .

  By Eric Peters I expected it to happen, but not this quickly. California officials are, apparently, “mulling” a ban on cars with internal combustion engines, according to an article in the industry trade publication, Automotive News. If they more than mull and pass a ban, CA would be the first American state to do so – following the example […]

Stasyi Barth Announces She is Running for Governor of California in 2018

Stasyi Barth Announces She is Running for Governor of California in 2018

A Constitutional Conservative, Ms. Barth stands firmly behind school choice and funding, health care access, tax reform, sensible immigration policy, homeless care, and investigating and prosecuting corruption, BarthForGovernor.com        Stasyi Barth proudly announces her candidacy for Governor of California in 2018 and has launched a website to help Californians get to know her. […]

Miami Dolphins to train in Oxnard!

Miami Dolphins to train in Oxnard!

From: Nyhoff, Greg (Ed. note: Oxnard City Manager) Date: Thu, Sep 7, 2017 at 3:57 PM Subject: Miami Dolphins Mayor and Councilmembers, As you are aware, the State of Florida is preparing for Hurricane Irma.  As a result of this hurricane, the Miami Dolphins need a training facility for a few days.  We have just […]

CAN – Collective Action Now: September 8 Flag Placement, A Memorial to Lives Lost on 9/11

CAN – Collective Action Now: September 8 Flag Placement, A Memorial to Lives Lost on 9/11

CAN – Collective Action NOW Our Conduct Becomes Us – Always Respectful Of Others Something you CAN do….Friday September 8, 2017  WHEN: Friday, September 8 TIME: 5:00 PM WHERE: Camarillo, Corner of Las Posas and Fieldgate (near the Camarillo Library entrance) WHY:  Help is needed to place 2,977  American flags on the Camarillo Library’s lawn as a memorial to […]

Re: News Release: Treasurer Chiang, Affordable Housing Advocates to Legislature: Go ‘Big and Bold’ to Address State’s Housing Crisis

Re: News Release: Treasurer Chiang, Affordable Housing Advocates to Legislature: Go ‘Big and Bold’ to Address State’s Housing Crisis

    By George Miller CitizensJournal.us gets scads of press releases from NGO’s, various government agencies, advocacy groups and private companies. We publish most of them, unless they are obvious commercial advertising promotions, advocate unlawful activities, harass people, or impose excessively upon our goodwill. In those cases, we usually simply decline to publish them. But, […]

California state pay database updated

California state pay database updated

By Don Sweeney AUGUST 24, 2017 9:01 AM The Sacramento Bee’s state worker pay database has been updated with more than 200,000 University of California salaries for 2016. See in Sacramento Bee The database allows you to search the salaries of California’s 300,000-plus state workers and view up to nine years of their pay history. […]

CA Legislature Makes Final Moves Against Gun Rights Before Summer Break

CA Legislature Makes Final Moves Against Gun Rights Before Summer Break

Even though the first half of the 2017-2018 session is coming to a close, the legislature still has plenty of time to mess with us.    But before we get to the legislative wasteland, we do have some GOOD NEWS to report – we have been able to stop – at least temporarily – Senator […]

Oxnard water cost of service study released- on 7/11 Council agenda

Oxnard water cost of service study released- on 7/11 Council agenda

By George Miller A draft of the water cost of service study required for Proposition 218 compliance to justify utility rates was released by Oxnard this week. Prepared by consulting firm Carollo Engineers and Oxnard staff, it sets the stage for rate increases scheduled for September 1.  This  will be discussed at the Tuesday, July […]

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