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Melania Trump Is ‘Doing Great’ — And Is Focusing On Her Important Initiatives For Children

Melania Trump Is ‘Doing Great’ — And Is Focusing On Her Important Initiatives For Children

By JUSTIN CARUSO, Media Reporter First lady Melania Trump is reportedly “doing great” in her recovery from surgery, and is spending her time focusing on her initiatives to help children. UPDATE: The First Lady is “doing great" since returning to the White House from hospitalization, spokesperson says. "She has had several meetings … and will […]

FREE Community Education Classes and Events for June 2018

FREE Community Education Classes and Events for June 2018

As Ventura County’s only non-profit Home Health and Hospice provider, Livingston Memorial Visiting Nurse Association supports the total well-being of our community.  As part of our services, we host free monthly education classes throughout the county, which include the following: Diabetes Classes Simi Valley: Wednesday, June 6th from 10:30am-12pm at Simi Valley Senior Center, 3900 […]

Melania Breaks Silence After Being Hospitalized, Gives Update On Her Health

Melania Breaks Silence After Being Hospitalized, Gives Update On Her Health

By BENNY JOHNSON, Reporter At Large First lady Melania Trump had emergency kidney surgery Monday at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, and she broke her silence with a Wednesday tweet. The surgery on a benign embolism in the first lady’s kidney was successful. President Trump has since visited Melania twice in the hospital. The […]

Ventura Police Chief Ken Corney Speaks Out On Homelessness, Vagrancy and Crime

Ventura Police Chief Ken Corney Speaks Out On Homelessness, Vagrancy and Crime

By Lori Denman-Underhill I am safe in Ventura. I feel an overwhelming sense of peace and safety for myself and my child, as we walk down the boardwalk by Surfer’s Point. As I hike by the riverbed, I enjoy the silence and feel unthreatened by violence and enjoy a view of nature. When I surf, […]

Oxnard Mayoral candidate Stein comments on health, city finances

Oxnard Mayoral candidate Stein comments on health, city finances

Guest Editorial, By Lawrence Paul Stein   My Health, City’s Health While people expressed their concern regarding my health (and I appreciate it), I am more concerned about other issues. The June 2017 Monthly expenditure showed that over $13,000,000 remained unexpended. THe city staff presented a 2017 / 2018 General Fund Budget of $125,000,000. If […]

FREE Community Education Classes and Events for May 2018 | Livingston Memorial Visiting Nurse Association

FREE Community Education Classes and Events for May 2018 | Livingston Memorial Visiting Nurse Association

As Ventura County’s only non-profit Home Health and Hospice provider, Livingston Memorial Visiting Nurse Association supports the total well-being of our community.  As part of our services, we host free monthly education classes throughout the county, which include the following: Diabetes Classes Simi Valley: Wednesday, May 2nd from 10:30am-12pm at Simi Valley Senior Center, 3900 […]

Free Monthly Education Classes Throughout the County | Livingston Memorial Visiting Nurse Association

Free Monthly Education Classes Throughout the County | Livingston Memorial Visiting Nurse Association

As Ventura County’s only non-profit Home Health and Hospice provider, Livingston Memorial Visiting Nurse Association supports the total well-being of our community.  As part of our services, we host free monthly education classes throughout the county, which include the following:  Diabetes Classes Simi Valley: Wednesday, April 4th from 10:30am-12pm at Simi Valley Senior Center, 3900 […]

Aging in America | A Free Seminar 3-28-18

Aging in America | A Free Seminar 3-28-18

There will be a presentation about “Aging in America” from 10:45-11:45 am on Wednesday, March 28th at South Oxnard Senior Center, 200 E. Bard Rd., Oxnard 93033.  Dr. Lanyard Dial, President/CEO and Medical Director of Livingston Memorial Visiting Nurse Association will talk about aging health issues, chronic disease, and end of life issues.  Refreshments will […]

Healthy to eat, unhealthy to grow: Strawberries embody the contradictions of California agriculture

Healthy to eat, unhealthy to grow: Strawberries embody the contradictions of California agriculture

By Julie Guthman, Professor of Social Sciences, University of California, Santa Cruz. Suspected infestation of Macrophomina phaseolina, a “novel” soil pathogen, in the non-fumigated buffer zone …

End the ‘War on Coal’

End the ‘War on Coal’

  By Bryan Leyland and Tom Harris At the recent Environmental Protection Agency public hearing in Charleston, West Virginia, on withdrawing the “Clean Power Plan,” anti-coal activists were out in force: the Climate Justice Alliance, Sierra Club, Citizens Climate Lobby, Natural Resource Defense Council and many others. The New York Times reported that several groups also met at the University […]

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