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Military Appreciation Week 2018 | Ojai Valley Inn November 11 – November 18

Military Appreciation Week 2018 | Ojai Valley Inn November 11 – November 18

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Oakland coffee shop’s refusal to serve police officers stirs uproar

Oakland coffee shop’s refusal to serve police officers stirs uproar

An Oakland coffee shop has been flooded with scalding online reviews after refusing to serve uniformed police officers, citing “the physical and emotional safety of our customers and ourselves.” Hasta Muerte Coffee has received hundreds of one-star reviews on Yelp in the wake of local media reports about the shop’s no-cops-allowed policy, which remains in […]

Ojai Citizen’s Academy – Feb. 21st

Ojai Citizen’s Academy – Feb. 21st

On February 21, 2018, the Ojai Police Department will begin its 2018 Citizen’s Academy program. This is a ten-week course designed to give citizens an overview of the police department’s function and operational procedures. There will be presentations by a superior court judge, K-9 officer, S.W.A.T. team members, bomb squad, narcotic officers, search and rescue […]

What To Be Thankful For

What To Be Thankful For

Sgt. La David Johnson, age 25 It’s one thing to tell a veteran, “thank you for your service.” It’s another to understand what that service really requires — and what being truly grateful would look like.

Ojai Police Department to begin its 2017 Citizens Academy program

Ojai Police Department to begin its 2017 Citizens Academy program

On October 11th, 2017, the Ojai Police Department will begin its 2017 Citizens Academy program. This is a ten-week course designed to give citizens an overview of the police department’s function and operational procedures. There will be presentations by a superior court judge, K-9 officer, S.W.A.T. team members, bomb squad, narcotic officers, search and rescue […]

How many Toyota mechanics does it take to change a lightbulb?

How many Toyota mechanics does it take to change a lightbulb?

  By George Miller We are a Toyota family, formerly a Mercedes family and a Ford/GM family originally. Disloyal for not buying American? We had so much trouble with our Detroit iron in the old days that we never came back. They were disloyal to us. My father was a double Purple Heart Marine Corps WWII […]

Metrolink San Bernardino Line weekend service interruption on July 8-9

Metrolink San Bernardino Line weekend service interruption on July 8-9

Connecting bus service will be provided for trains 378, 351, 354, 357 this weekend.  Four of Metrolink’s San Bernardino Line trains will have modified service on July 8 and 9 due to required maintenance on the railroad tracks.  On Saturday evening, eastbound train 378 will run from Los Angeles Union Station to the Covina Station. […]

With 87 Months Of Consecutive Job Gains, This Is By Far The “Best” Job In The U.S.

With 87 Months Of Consecutive Job Gains, This Is By Far The “Best” Job In The U.S.

by Tyler Durden, June 2, 2017  Well over 5 years ago, we first dubbed the economy under Barack Obama as the “Waiter and Bartender recovery”, because while most other job categories had grown at a moderate pace at best, the growth in the category defined by the BLS as “Food Service and Drinking Workers” has been […]

Cal Lutheran to hold Sankta Lucia service

Cal Lutheran to hold Sankta Lucia service

Anglers Anonymous Expands Fishing Trips for Veterans

Anglers Anonymous Expands Fishing Trips for Veterans

By Tim Pompey If you’re Brian Barber, president of Anglers Anonymous, what could be better than taking 30 military veterans fishing? How about taking 120 veterans fishing? That’s the difference between Angler’s previous trip in June and the trip they took last Friday, October 28 at Channel Islands Sportfishing at the Oxnard Harbor. Four times […]

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