July 21, 2017 RSS feed / Community

Consultant hired to seek funding for desalter plant

The City of Camarillo will pay a consultant $125,000 to help secure federal funding for a planned desalter plant that could save local residents big bucks on their water bills.  Washington, D.C.-based Furman   More...

Camarillo man dies in police custody

A Camarillo man was found dead last week inside a cell at the county’s pretrial lockup facility.  According to a press release issued by the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office, guards discovered Jose Castellanos Magallon, 37, not breath More...

Summers are busy at Pleasant Valley parks

The Pleasant Valley Recreation and Park District at 1605 E. Burnley St. in Camarillo offers the following summer activities.  Fridays from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., admission to the Pleasant Valley Aquatic Center at 1030 Temple Ave. is $1.  More...

Rules amended for local parks

Some archaic laws still in place

Thinking of breeding pigs in a public park? Think again. In the city of Camarillo, it’s illegal for residents to breed any livestock in a park. More...

CHP office looking for new dispatch operators in Ventura

Joanne Smith deals with life and death every day, and she never loses her cool.  Whether she’s talking to someone who is suicidal or victims of domestic abuse, as a 911 operator she has to keep calm, even if she’s dealing with someon More...

Democrats dole out money for college

Maria Aceves from Frontier High School and Mia Hamernik from Rio Mesa High were awarded scholarships by the Democratic Club Scholarship Committee during a July 6 meeting..  Aceves graduated in June and is registered at Oxnard College. More...

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