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Kids Trick or Treat is a sweet deal
11/4/2021 9:02:19 AM

By Chris Frost Tri County Sentry   Ventura-- It was a candy delight at Ventura Harbor Village, Sunday, October 31, as the Kids Trick or Treat event brought out a big crowd of costume-wearing kids of all ages ready to get in the Halloween spirit and grab some candy.   The village was a potpourri of Halloween fun, including activity tables, pumpkin carving, ominous music, and lots of store owners handing out trick-or-treat candy.   Jennifer Finnerty from Rose Family Funeral Homes brought the company Hearse decorated with lots of scary...

HOWL-O-WEEN Costume Show is a fetching treat
11/4/2021 8:57:34 AM

By Chris Frost Tri County Sentry   Ventura-- Harbor Village went to the dogs, Saturday, October 30, as the HOWL-O-WEEN Dog Costume Contest brought a large crowd of furry friends decked out in costumes with their "hoomans" having a great time.   The dogs were judged for Best in Show, Spookiest, Most Sea-Worthy, Cutest, Prettiest, and Most Creative categories.   The outdoor event drew a big crowd as the event sponsor,  Pet Barn Ventura, provided the treats as they completed their walk.   Ventura Harbor and Port District...

Candy time
11/3/2021 7:19:50 PM

By Chris Frost Tri County Sentry   Oxnard-- Halloween is coming just in time. It's tough to watch the events transpiring these days and not crave an event that personifies fun full of treats.   If my furry kids were going to be in costume, there is no doubt that Daisy would be Barbie, Queen of the Prom, and Buddy would be a food-stealing version of the cartoon characters Itchy and Scratchy from The Simpsons.   Daisy qualifies as the prom queen because no matter what story I am writing, when she wants me to stop, pay attention to her, give her a...

Productive drought condition discussion moves Oxnard forward
11/3/2021 7:16:48 PM

By Chris Frost Tri County Sentry   Oxnard-- The story about the City of Oxnard receiving a drought update continues with Mayor John Zaragoza commenting that other cities report leaks within 48 hours of discovery.   The Public Works & Transportation Committee recommended to the full city council, Tuesday, October 26, that it create an ordinance amending the city’s four water shortage stages in their existing ordinance to six water shortage stages.   “I think the City of Oxnard has 72 or 78 hours,” he said about reporting leaks....

Housing investments are Needed
11/3/2021 7:14:56 PM

By Chris Frost Tri County Sentry   Oxnard-- The Ventura County Housing Reimagined Conference continues with Thousand Oaks City Manager Andrew Powers saying there are challenges across the entire spectrum between those who are unhoused and those who are trying to get a leg up and into affordable housing and those trying to purchase their first home.   "Investments are needed at all ends of the spectrum because, in that triangle of jobs, housing, and the economy, that's really quality of life in the middle," he said. "When you're balanced...

Gabe Teran unofficially retains District 2 seat
11/3/2021 7:09:13 PM

By Chris Frost Tri County Sentry   Oxnard-- Incumbent District 2 Councilman Gabe Teran has retained his seat with the Oxnard City Council.   The unofficial results have Teran receiving 883 votes, 30 at the polling place, and 853 via mail-in votes. The county must count the remaining mail-in ballots.   Challenger Tai Hartley received 616 votes, 25 at the polling place, and 616 via mail-in votes. Candidate Eduardo Q Huerta received five votes at the polling place and 113 mail-in votes, for a total of 118 votes.   Teran took office after...

Ventura County Greek Festival get people yelling Opa!
10/28/2021 6:00:17 PM

By Chris Frost Tri County Sentry   Camarillo-- Freedom Park in Camarillo came alive with a huge celebration, October 22, 23, & 24, as the 45th Annual Ventura County Greek Festival returned in style after a Covid-19 layoff in 2020.   Attendees enjoyed Greek music, lots of shopping, libations, dancing, and plenty of great Greek food.   Ethnic dances were also featured as attendees took joy in the splendor of getting away from Covid-19 and enjoying the day.   Father Constantine Trumpower of Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church is grateful...

Halloween Float draws a big crowd
10/28/2021 5:58:25 PM

By Chris Frost Tri County Sentry   Oxnard--The Ghosts, Ghouls, and Goblins were out in force at Sea Air Park, Sunday, October 24, as Halloween fans of all ages came out to see the City of Oxnard's Halloween Float making its way through the city.   The float with a full cast of Oxnard Rec Department volunteers was accompanied by the Oxnard Fire Department and escorted by the Oxnard Police Department with lights and sirens blasting.   The crew on the float were ready for Halloween and decorated in scary fun costumes.   Esmerelda...

Public Works receives drought update
10/27/2021 3:35:18 PM

By Chris Frost Tri County Sentry   Oxnard-- The Public Works & Transportation Committee, Tuesday, October 27, received a report on the current drought conditions and forwarded it to the City Council with feedback. They recommended that it create an ordinance amending the city's four water shortage stages in the city's existing ordinance to six water shortage stages.   The move to six stages matches the state's movement to six stages.   The city is also crafting enforcement efforts to make sure residents conserve water and are held...

Housing Conference points out failures
10/27/2021 3:32:33 PM

By Chris Frost Tri County Sentry   Oxnard-- The 2021 Ventura County Housing Reimagined Conference, Wednesday, October 20, revealed lots of challenges in the state but also marked some progress moving forward.   Challenges on the table include income gaps and the lack of affordable housing that forces families to live together to meet the high rent.    Ventura County Supervisor Carmen Ramirez was the Keynote Speaker and told the crowd that she's been working on housing issues for her entire legal career.   "We spent our...