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Honor our veterans on Veterans Day- November 11

Honor our veterans on Veterans Day- November 11

By George Miller     That we have a nation and still have most of our freedoms is more attributable to our armed forces veterans than anything else. Many of them have suffered, died, or just worked long and hard, for us– to help keep us free. Let’s remember them not just on Tuesday, November 11, […]

 Drain the Swamp starting with Lewis, the CIA, and CNN

 Drain the Swamp starting with Lewis, the CIA, and CNN

By Michael Master (author of Save America Now, Rules for Conservatives, and The Birth Famine) On CNN this morning, Bob Woodward, Associate Editor for The Washington Post, made these observations concerning the CIA:  The CIA started this feud with Trump.  It gave a memo during top secret security briefings to Trump and Obama about unsubstantiated […]

Memorial Day 2016- Events, Articles

Memorial Day 2016- Events, Articles

By George Miller   “Our country is in mourning, for a soldier died today.”Freedom comes at a high price. Share this video from Just a Common Soldier and honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice.#MemorialDay #CommonSoldier   vfw.org – Vfw – Veterans of Foreign Wars USA‎ legion.org – American Legion Veterans‎   Memorial Day Events/Articles […]

Ventura County 4th of July Events

Ventura County 4th of July Events

By CitizensJournal.us Staff Here are some county events to celebrate what many say is the most important non-religious holiday of the year- the USA’s birthday! Agoura Hills Sunday, July 5, 2015, Agoura Hills  free concert at Chumash Park followed by a fireworks display Concert starts 6pm and fireworks 9pm.   Camarillo 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular is planned […]

Oxnard City Council passes $359+ million budget, big cuts; Perello’s surprise

Oxnard City Council passes $359+ million budget, big cuts; Perello’s surprise

By George Miller The Oxnard budget passed Tuesday night, 6-23-15, right on schedule, along with those for many assessment districts and supplemental property taxes. It was clear that the Council had been moving moving toward a consensus, even with strong opposition from the public safety unions and many members of the public. The alternative was insolvency, leading […]

National Day of Prayer Thurs. May 7- Where/When

National Day of Prayer Thurs. May 7- Where/When

 Events around Ventura County SEARCH RESULTS Some events: May 7, ambulance Noon- Ventura County Government Center Main Fountain Between the Hall of Justice and the Administration Building 800 S. Victoria Ave Ventura, order CA 93003 – See more at: http://www.kdar.com/Template3/events/default.aspx?id=70397#sthash.vFtPBCPU.dpuf 16th Annual YMCA National Day of Prayer Breakfast Set for May 7 Howard Wennes, ed former […]

No charges will be filed against truck driver in Oxnard Metrolink crash

No charges will be filed against truck driver in Oxnard Metrolink crash

District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today that no charges will be filed at this time against Jose Alejandro Sanchez-Ramirez in connection with the February 24, 2015, Metrolink grade-crossing collision and train derailment in Oxnard, California. The ongoing investigation of this matter is complex and involves numerous local and federal agencies including the District Attorney’s […]

Ventura County Sheriff continues sweeps: Compliance checks of registered sex offenders

Ventura County Sheriff continues sweeps: Compliance checks of registered sex offenders

On February 21, 2015, Ventura County Sheriff’s detectives assisted by probation officers, conducted compliance checks at the residences of registered sex offenders in the city and county areas of Camarillo. The compliance checks were part of the Sexual Assault Felony Enforcement (SAFE) grant. Forty-four (44) of the sixty-three (63) sex offenders were located and found […]

Suspect Arrested on Arson Charges for Vehicle Fires at County Government Center

Suspect Arrested on Arson Charges for Vehicle Fires at County Government Center

On February 21, in the early morning hours, patrol deputies responded to a report of vehicles on fire at the Ventura County Government Center public parking lot. Upon arrival at the scene there were several parked vehicles on fire as they encountered suspect Jeffrey Landis. Deputies attempted to detain Landis for arson but he resisted. […]

Pair in custody for overdose death in Thousand Oaks

Pair in custody for overdose death in Thousand Oaks

On May 11, 2014, Bradley Marquez died from an overdose of heroin and valium at a residence in the 3300 block of Hollygrove, Thousand Oaks. After several months of investigation, multiple search warrants, and numerous interviews, detectives from the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office Major Crimes Unit and the Ventura County Interagency Pharmaceutical Crimes Unit concluded […]

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