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Grief Support Groups | Ongoing Support Groups

Grief Support Groups | Ongoing Support Groups

When a death occurs, we experience a variety of emotions and feelings that can make us feel as though we are navigating unfamiliar and challenging territory. We need support and although family and friends are important, they may not fully “get it”. Support groups can offer compassion and understanding during this difficult time. Livingston’s Camarillo […]

Legislation ACTION ALERT | Assembly Bill 282 “Push Mama from the Train” Who Benefits?

Legislation ACTION ALERT | Assembly Bill 282 “Push Mama from the Train” Who Benefits?

It is not enough to have legalized assisted suicide, now the legislature wants to see it freely promoted. Assembly Bill 282 obscures existing law and diminishes the legal consequences for deliberately aiding, advising or encouraging another to commit suicide. Contrary to existing statute, which rightly considers it a felony to encourage another to commit suicide, this […]

Camarillo Hospice Announces New Groups for May

Camarillo Hospice Announces New Groups for May

This May, Camarillo Hospice, A Program of Livingston Memorial Visiting Nurse Association, will be offering two new groups for Bereaved Parents.             A Bereaved Mother’s Support Group Second Thursday of every month 6:00 to 7:30 pm             A Bereaved Father’s Support Group Second Thursday of every month 6:00 to 7:30 pm The death of a child […]

Five Invitations: What The Dying Teach The Living, An Evening with Frank Ostaseki

Five Invitations: What The Dying Teach The Living, An Evening with Frank Ostaseki

Santa Barbara, Calif., February 20, 2018 – Hospice of Santa Barbara’s Community Education and Engagement Series is pleased to present Five Invitations: What The Dying Teach The Living, An Evening with Frank Ostaseki. On Thurs., March 22, guest speaker Frank Ostaseki will discuss the importance of embracing death before the end of life. His “Five Invitations” will teach […]

LaVoy- Dead Man Talking

LaVoy- Dead Man Talking

  LaVoy – Dead Man Talking is a bio-documentary on the life and death of LaVoy Finicum – the Arizona rancher killed in Oregon on January 26, 2016. This film is the organic progression of an unfolding epic drama in the “Governed V Governing” series, produced by Center for Self Governance. The Finicum family and […]

Sharon Tate’s sister reacted to the death of Charles Manson in the most remarkable way

Sharon Tate’s sister reacted to the death of Charles Manson in the most remarkable way

manson Cult leader Charles Manson died Sunday at 83, and one of the first to learn of his death was the sister of actress Sharon Tate; her reaction was to shed a tear and say a prayer. California …

Thousand Oaks Man Sentenced for Providing Deadly Heroin Dose to 16-Year-Old Minor

Thousand Oaks Man Sentenced for Providing Deadly Heroin Dose to 16-Year-Old Minor

VENTURA, California – District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today that Ross Duncan Cumming (DOB 6/26/97) of Thousand Oaks, was sentenced to serve two years in custody followed by one year mandatory supervision following his guilty plea to involuntary manslaughter, a felony.   The charges stem from Cumming’s sale of heroin to a 16-year-old high school […]

Stabbing death on Lodgewood Way, Oxnard

Stabbing death on Lodgewood Way, Oxnard

Editor’s note: We are informed that there were some errors in this bulletin. Will provide updated info when received. On Sunday, May 29, 2016, Oxnard Assistant Police Chief Eric Sonstegard wrote: At approx. 7:45 PM, we received a call of a stabbing in the 900 block of Lodgewood Way. Officers arrived and located a 30-year old male […]

Tributes to former First Lady at Reagan Library

Tributes to former First Lady at Reagan Library

By Marc Langsam Just got back from the Reagan Library – Early in the day so not many floral tributes for former First Lady Reagan, who died this morning at her home in Los Angeles at the age of 94. The cause of death was congestive heart failure. Reagan Library is temporarily closed but foot access […]

Consider a replacement for Justice Scalia

Consider a replacement for Justice Scalia

By George Miller RIP Justice Antonin Scalia. Our prayers are with you  You were a memorable man who served a very memorable term. Highly intelligent, educated, dedicated and passionate, you defended the Constitution to the best of your abilities, as near as you could to its letter and “original intent.” You even popularized the term “originalism.” Yet many disagreed with you and […]

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