Maximino Manuel Osuna Guerrero Sr., age 52, proud resident of Santa Paula, California, joined God and his mighty angels early morning on Wednesday December 7th, 2016.  

Arnold Jay Richman

December 14, 2016

Arnie (Arnold Jay) Richman our dad, son, brother, grandfather passed away suddenly on Sunday December 4, 2016 at Ventura County Medical Center. 

If you are a “millennial” – a member of the age cohort born anywhere from the early 1980s to the late 1990s – then you’re still in the early chapters of your career, so it may be a stretch for you to envision the end of it.  But since you do have so many years until you retire, you’ve got the luxury of putting time on your side as you save and plan for retirement. 

Grace Martinez

December 07, 2016

Grace Martinez 

Ruth Evelyn Thompson Hale

November 30, 2016

Ruth Evelyn Thompson Hale 

Johnny Galvan

November 30, 2016

Johnny Galvan 

Consuelo Rico Castaneda

November 25, 2016

Consuelo Rico Castaneda 

Molly S. King

November 18, 2016

Molly S. King 

William F. Wills Jr.

November 16, 2016

William F. Wills Jr. 

David E. Clapperton

November 11, 2016

David E. Clapperton 

Gordon Suggs

September 14, 2016

Gordon Suggs 

Juan Manuel Garibay

Ernesto Gonzalez 

Raquel R. Perez 

Daniel Robles

Richard Nino 

Dolly Ann Morua Provencio (McElroy)

Windows 10/ The Latest

May 27, 2016

By Harv Oliver

Mike Morgan for County Supervisor

By Steve Smead

By Chris Wilson, School Board President, Santa Paula Unified School District

Raymus Karl Payton 

Sam Salgado

Letters to the Editor

May 20, 2016

Martin Hernandez is the right leader for the Third District

Wendy Fowkes Sather

Theron D. Sipes 

Carolyn Forlines 

Letters to the Editor

May 13, 2016

Vote Martin 

Justin Angel Paz 

Joan Marie Malette 

Eugene Marzec 

Virginia Deane Bartley 

We’re at the end of another school year. If you have younger kids, you might be thinking about summer camps and other activities. But in the not-too-distant future, your children will be facing a bigger transition as they head off to college. Will you be financially prepared for that day?

The Cryptolocker Bug

April 22, 2016

Hello friends and associates.  The old saying goes “April showers bring May flowers.”  Let’s hope that old adage holds up and we get some adequate rains to SoCal!  This session I want to visit an issue that’s currently on the front pages, IT speaking, right now.  We provide our information we share from experience, web site/tech site references, etc.  

Marsha McDivitt Rea 

Patricia Stewart VanderPloeg

Letters to the Edfiror

April 15, 2016

RE: Fossil fuel power plant 

Robert (Bob) E. Dickenson 

Betty June Rhodes 

Letters to the Edfiror

April 01, 2016

Powerful students vs power plant

If you’re at the beginning of your career, you might not be thinking too much about the end of it. But even younger workers should be aware of – and saving for – their eventual retirement. And since you’ve got many years until you do retire, you’ve got a lot of options to consider – one of which is whether an IRA may be appropriate for you and, if so, what type. 

Letter to the Editor

March 18, 2016

Power Plant

Letters to the Editor

March 11, 2016

Roundabouts - A Waste of Ag Land and Taxpayer Money

For many people, the concept of retirement can be scary, both emotionally and financially. If you, too, feel somewhat anxious about what awaits you, you might feel more comfortable in knowing that, depending on where you work, you might be able to retire in stages. 

A taxpayer who needs more time to complete his or her 2015 individual tax return can request an automatic six-month extension. The extension is obtained by filing IRS Form 4868 on or before the April 18, 2016 deadline. 

 As an investor, you may be gaining familiarity with the term “market correction.” But what does it mean? And, more importantly, what does it mean to you?

Letters to the Edfiror

February 05, 2016

Thank You

Americans spent nearly $19 billion in Valentine’s Day gifts last year, according to the National Retail Federation. Much of this money went for gifts with short shelf lives, such as candy, flowers and restaurant meals (and about $700 million was spent on gifts for pets). There’s certainly nothing wrong with giving chocolates or roses. But this year, think about going beyond the classic gifts. Instead, use Valentine’s Day as an opportunity to determine how you can make gifts with long-lasting impact to your circle of loved ones. 

Letters to the Edfiror

January 29, 2016

No more playing in the street

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