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Annual Rotary Magic Show

Annual Rotary Magic Show

The Rotary Creates Magic Show, is coming to the Theater on High Street in Moorpark at 7:30 pm on March 19, 2016. The 33rd Annual Rotary Fundraiser will bring the Theater alive with magic, featuring World Class Magicians from Hollywood’s famous Magic Castle, including: Larry Wilson, Emmy Nominated Magician Arthur Trace, World Class Magician Funny […]

Camarillo Hikers have been found

Camarillo Hikers have been found

On Saturday, 02/06/16, at about 10:30 p.m., the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office responded to a mutual aid request from the Santa Paula Police Department regarding overdue hikers. Patrick Gardner and his five year old son, were hiking in the area of Sycamore Canyon Campground near the Pacific Coast Highway. Gardner and his son became disoriented […]

Missing Person(s): Michael Glennon (22 yrs), and Andrew Frank (29 yrs) Both last seen: 3300 block of Tapo Canyon, 2300 hrs, 02/06/16.

Missing Person(s): Michael Glennon (22 yrs), and Andrew Frank (29 yrs) Both last seen: 3300 block of Tapo Canyon, 2300 hrs, 02/06/16.

The Simi Valley Police Department seeks your help in locating two missing “at risk” persons: Michael Glennon: 22 yrs, Male, White, 6′ 3″, 190 lbs. last seen wearing a pink T-shirt. Andrew Frank: 29 yrs, Male, White, 6′ 0″, 225 lbs. last seen wearing a grey T-shirt and grey sweat pants. Both subjects voluntarily walked […]

Prescription Drug Collection Totals for 2015 for Thousand Oaks

Prescription Drug Collection Totals for 2015 for Thousand Oaks

The non-medical use of prescription drugs ranks second only to marijuana as the most common form of drug abuse in America. Prescription and over-the counter medications can be just as dangerous as illegal drugs. Additionally, the majority of teenagers abusing prescription drugs get them from family, friends and the home medicine cabinet. You can’t predict […]

The Love Wine Trail – Special Event just for Valentine’s Day in Oxnard!

The Love Wine Trail – Special Event just for Valentine’s Day in Oxnard!

The Ventura County Wine Trail has suspended operations.  But don’t despair.  Four local wineries have put together a very special event on for Valentine’s Day! _____________________________________ Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE   Scroll down to post comment

Augustana Choir to perform: Cal Lutheran concert one of six California tour stops — Feb. 20th

Augustana Choir to perform: Cal Lutheran concert one of six California tour stops — Feb. 20th

A choir that has performed from Uppsala Cathedral in Sweden to Carnegie Hall will give a free concert at California Lutheran University on Feb. 20. The Augustana Choir Concert will be held at 7:30 p.m. in Samuelson Chapel. Augustana College in Rock Island, Illinois, is known throughout the United States for the excellence of its […]

Coffee with the Chiefs in Thousand Oaks — February 12th

Coffee with the Chiefs in Thousand Oaks — February 12th

In 2015, the Thousand Oaks Police Department responded to nearly 23,000 calls for service while the Fire Protection District had approximately 12,000 responses. Your law enforcement officers work specific neighborhoods or patrol areas, day in and day out. These patrol areas are called beats. This system of community policing allows officers to really learn and […]

Feds freeze offshore CA fracking

Feds freeze offshore CA fracking

By James Poulos . Twin legal settlements with environmentalist plaintiffs put a freeze on fracking in California waters. “The agreements in Los Angeles federal court apply to operations off Ventura and Santa Barbara counties, where companies such as Exxon Mobil Corp. operate platforms,” the Wall Street Journal reported. “Federal agencies will have to complete the review by the end of May […]

HOAs & Landlords Required to Permit Clotheslines — California is now a ‘Right to Dry’ State

HOAs & Landlords Required to Permit Clotheslines — California is now a ‘Right to Dry’ State

By Jennifer Felten The environmental movement has won another battle in California; they’ve brought clotheslines back in an attempt to save energy. As such, California is now a “right to dry” state. The new law, which went into effect January 1st of this year, voids provisions in HOA governing documents that effectively prohibit or unreasonably […]

Free Carnival Ride Tickets Offered Through Conejo Valley Days/RCS “Read & Ride” Program

Free Carnival Ride Tickets Offered Through Conejo Valley Days/RCS “Read & Ride” Program

For the second year, Conejo Valley Days (CVD) is offering free carnival ride passes for students who take part in its “Read & Ride” literacy program. CVD, in conjunction with carnival operator RCS, is encouraging kids in kindergarten through fifth grade to read by offering the ride passes for this year’s festival (May 11 through […]

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