April 29, 2011 RSS feed / Community

Sheriff’s academy graduates class of 24

WELL-DONE—Sheriff’s academy graduate Jessica Dieane Predovic poses for a picture with Ventura County Sheriff Geoff Dean during graduation for the Ventura County Criminal Justice Training More...

Breath analyzer recalled by county

D.A. to review 294 DUI cases from January to March

Ventura County law enforcement agencies that began using new high-tech breath analyzers in January to better detect blood alcohol levels in people suspected of driving under the influence have sent the gadgets back to the manufacturer due to malfunct More...

the Art of Diplomacy

Members of California State University Channel Islands’ Model United Nations team don’t always agree with one another.  It’s that diversity of opinion and perspective, they say, that helps them master the art of persuasion and More...

Community Briefs

Community theater wants workers   The Camarillo Community Theatre will host a work day from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sat., May 7 at the theater, 330 Skyway Drive, inside the airport.  More...

Have fun, get dirty in Mud Run

Registration is open through May 2 for the annual NCTC Mud Run at 12:30 p.m., Sat., May 7 at Naval Base Ventura County, Port Hueneme.  The race is open to the public for individuals 16 years old and up. More...

TOP 20 Local People of 2011

O ur community makes us proud. We enjoy a beautiful environment, excellent schools and strong businesses. Very few people who live here will tell you they’d rather be somewhere else. More...

Feds target Chuy’s franchise

Restaurants allegedly hired illegal immigrants

The Chuy’s Mesquite Broiler restaurant on Carmen Drive in Camarillo is part of a criminal investigation into immigration violations and tax evasion.  More...

Hotels, motels join together to promote tourism

Self-assessed fee would be used to finance campaign

Hotels and motels in three West County cities are considering forming a special association that will use their combined money to attract visitors to the county and bolster local tourism.  The Ventura County Lodging Association, comprised of hot More...

Grant to help put the brakes on speeders

CHP to target drivers on 118

Eight years on the force and Officer Miguel Duarte of the California Highway Patrol has become an expert in spotting motorist violations.  More...

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He’s ready for the keys

WHAT A RIDE—Camarillo resident Trentin Binns, 3, checks out Matt Baldonado’s 1969 Camaro during Camarillo Old Town Cruise Nights on April 22. More...

Exotic encounters

Remember that movie “The Sixth Sense” where the kid says he sees dead people?  Well, yours truly sees zebras in parking lots.  More...

Hundreds to gather in public prayer

Millions of people around the country will come together on the National Day of Prayer on May 5 to bow their heads and ask God for guidance.  The Camarillo Minister’s Association, a group of 17 local pastors, will host Camarillo’s Na More...