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Bill Whittle vs. Bill Nye- “The Science Guy”

Bill Whittle vs. Bill Nye- “The Science Guy”

Bill Whittle is out with a new episode of his Afterburner series taking on, as he calls him, Bill Nye the Science Lie. It’s definitely worth a watch as he not only hits Nye for his stupid transgender video, but for his phony climate science as well. Watch: Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us […]

Happy Mothers Day- Sunday, May 14

Happy Mothers Day- Sunday, May 14

      Origin of Mother’s Day goes back to the era of ancient Greek and Romans. But the roots of Mother’s Day history can also be traced in UK where a Mothering Sunday was celebrated much before the festival saw the light of the day in US. However, the celebration of the festival as […]

Art Comes Alive at the Channel Islands Maritime Museum

Art Comes Alive at the Channel Islands Maritime Museum

The Santa Paula Conservancy: History as a Resource

The Santa Paula Conservancy: History as a Resource

By Sheryl Hamlin Gabriel Zamora spoke in Public Comments at the January 3, 2017 Santa Paula Council Meeting representing the newly formed Santa Paula Conservancy, a 501C3 organization. He informed the council and the audience about two projects which will potentially affect historic properties: the landscaping at Ebell Park and the demolition of the Robert […]

Santa Paula Housing Authority: Were Powers Granted Transparently?

Santa Paula Housing Authority: Were Powers Granted Transparently?

By Sheryl Hamlin Item 11 A of the October 3, 2016 Santa Paula Council meeting brought a coalition of speakers claiming a June 16, 2014 resolution directing the Santa Paula Housing Authority (SPHA) to administer the in lieu fees from East Area 1 was irregular and without transparency in that there were no other organizations […]

Santa Paula: Parking, Housing, History at Planning Commission

Santa Paula: Parking, Housing, History at Planning Commission

By Sheryl Hamlin The Agenda of the September 27, 2016 meeting of the Santa Paula Planning Commission was short but instructive of the planning process. The commission is still minus one commissioner due to the death of Commissioner Wacker, although Planning Director Minsk said that the application period has ended with four applicants which the […]

Public invited to free Civil War talk on July 6 at the Olivas Adobe

Public invited to free Civil War talk on July 6 at the Olivas Adobe

Using photography to explore Downtown Oxnard

Using photography to explore Downtown Oxnard

Instructor: Professor Larry Lytle Two Day Workshop Sat. & Sun July 9 & 10 1- 3:30 pm $30 / $25 CAM members Join your guide Gary Blum and photographer Larry Lytle in an historical and photographic tour of downtown Oxnard. After the tour, Lytle will take the class around the city center to photograph its […]

The History Of Father’s Day

The History Of Father’s Day

Sunday is a day for dads — but it wasn’t always like that. Father’s Day is a celebration that began relatively recently, ailment about 106 years ago. If you don’t know its history, try read on. The first Father’s Day occurred in 1910 in Spokane, pharmacy Washington, according to the Library of Congress. A local […]

Pleasant Valley Historical Society — Speaker Series

Pleasant Valley Historical Society — Speaker Series

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