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Backpack program aids the homeless
8/20/2021 8:37:47 AM

By Chris Frost Tri County Sentry Oxnard-- Ventura County Medical Professionals, along with homeless outreach professionals, the Ventura County Sherriff’s office, and Oxnard Police Department were in the river bottom, Monday, August 16, offering humanitarian aid to the homeless.   The team offered a myriad of aid, including housing, mental health services, healthcare, and Veteran services.    Supervisors LaVere and Ramirez, along with District 2 and District 1 council members Gabe Teran and Bert Perello, have heard concerns from the community...

After delays, construction on Obama Center begins in Chicago
8/18/2021 7:57:49 PM

CHICAGO (AP)—Five years after Barack Obama chose Chicago as the site for his legacy project, construction officially began Monday on the Obama Presidential Center. Roadway closures were set up and a bulldozer pulled up to start digging up part of the 19-acre lakefront site in Jackson Park, which is near the Obama family home and the University of Chicago where the former president once taught law. The Obama Foundation, which announced preliminary work in April, said a formal groundbreaking ceremony would take place in the fall. Progress on the $500 million center has been...

Prospects ever fainter for bipartisan policing overhaul deal
8/18/2021 6:35:11 PM

By Alan Fram   WASHINGTON (AP)—Prospects seem increasingly faint for a bipartisan Senate deal on overhauling policing practices as deadlocked lawmakers have fled the Capitol for August recess and political pressure for an accord eases with each passing week. Bargainers insist they're still talking and haven't abandoned hope, though they've repeatedly blown past self-imposed deadlines. This spring, President Joe Biden pumped momentum into talks with a nationally televised address telling Congress to “get it done” by May 25, the anniversary of a...

Sea Cadets improve Ormond Beach
8/13/2021 3:58:21 PM

By Chris Frost Tri County Sentry Port Hueneme-- The kids got into the act at Ormond Beach, Saturday, August 7, as the Ben Moreell Battalion of the US Naval Sea Cadets took to the beach and kept the cleanup project moving forward.   The Sea Cadets' mission builds leaders' character by instilling the highest ideals of honor, respect, commitment, and service.   The group joined Mayor Steven Gama, who has been making a difference at the beach for years. Gama said the beach is making progress and looks better, and he is happy to take the kids out and...

Seussical the Musical enchants Camarillo
8/13/2021 3:22:48 PM

By Chris Frost Tri County Sentry Camarillo-- The Center Stage Players and Arts Repertory (CSPAR) delivered outstanding entertainment at Studio Channel Islands, Saturday, August 7, as the group gave a first-rate performance of Seussical, which delighted the crowd.    The volunteer troupe gave outstanding performances which highlighted the company's passion for theater.    CSPAR dedicates itself to bringing high-quality live theater to everyone in Ventura who desires to perform and loves watching theater.   The CSPAR leaders...

ARP fund suggestions get some clarity
8/12/2021 4:19:43 PM

By Chris Frost Tri County Sentry Oxnard-- The conversation about what the council will do with its American Rescue Plan (ARP) funding continues with Councilman Oscar Madrigal saying the majority of the money they receive should be spent in zip codes 93030 and 93033, as Covid-19 numbers start to rise.   "Unfortunately, we're looking at dark times ahead again," he said. "At the end of the day, whatever we decide, that money should benefit those two zip codes regardless of the districts because they were the hardest hit."   He said an...

Hueneme Beach name change moves forward in Port Hueneme
8/12/2021 10:39:44 AM

By Chris Frost Tri County Sentry Port Hueneme-- Before the city council went on its August recess, it unanimously voted to begin the process leading to a November 2022 General Election ballot measure and citywide vote by the residents of Port Hueneme to change its name to Hueneme Beach.   The topic brought a lot of emotion to the dais, but ultimately, the group unanimously approved the action.   City Manager Brad Connors said in September 2020, the city council approved its strategic plan, which included possibly rebranding the city, including a name...

I am waffling
8/12/2021 10:09:28 AM

By Chris Frost Tri County Sentry Oxnard-- I'm on the fence about getting the Covid-19 vaccine, and I'm sorry, the more research I do, the more I waffle.   First of all, this vaccine is not approved by the F.D.A. Okay that sparks some questions, starting with why the F.D.A. has not approved the vaccine. I know they gave emergency approval for the vaccine, but at the same time, if this is worthy of me sticking out my arm and saying yes, please, why are Pfizer and Moderna immune from any lawsuits?   To me, that's the equivalent of me having my...

COVID survivor: 'Have to start my life all over again'
8/11/2021 4:56:05 PM

By Sudhin Thanawala   ATLANTA (AP)—As her father lay dying last August from the coronavirus at a Georgia hospital, Lindsay Schwarz put her hands on his arms and softly sang him lines from their favorite songs. Eugene Schwarz had been admitted three weeks earlier, but the hospital had not allowed his daughter to visit him for fear of spreading the virus. The 72-year-old looked nothing like the ebullient, crisply dressed cardiologist who used to kiss her on the forehead before heading off to work. “I was hugging my father, and it didn't really feel like...

To shake hands or not? An age-old human gesture now in limbo
8/11/2021 4:50:41 PM

By Heather Hollingsworth   As the pandemic took hold, a Kansas City-area meeting and event planning business began hawking “I Shake Hands” stickers to help ease awkward social encounters. “We didn't want the sticker to say, ‘We Don't Shake Hands' because that is kind of off-putting,” said John DeLeon, vice president of operations and sales at MTI Events, adding that the idea was that anti-shakers could simply choose not to wear one of the stickers. “But if someone had the sticker on in that group, then that was the indication...