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The People’s Throb

By Gary L. Harbour Donald Trump lost California’s vote by about half. After being in office for eight months, how do you think Californians view our new president’s progress? Joey Jonaitis, 50 Port Hueneme, CA “Thinking Californians have fear, some justified, some not justified. Has hate and anger been around before Trump? I think yes. I didn’t vote for him, but surely think he can’t be at the crux of all t ...

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How to break free from being a “People Pleaser” – Words to Live by

By Pastor Lonnie G. McCowan The need for other people to validate you, or give you permission to be amazing is very dangerous. This will cause you to become stuck and you will never realize your true potential. Most people who have a need to please people are struggling with inside fears of rejection. When you find yourself trying to do everything you can to make other people like you, or say nice things ab ...

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Worth Repeating – The Mind Matters

By Patricia Lynn Belkowitz, C.Ht., EFT-CC The waning days of summer have been full of adventure and exploration. I’ve been traveling. In fact, I’ve been exploring so much I haven’t had the opportunity to reflect on where I’ve been or to take care of the business of writing about it. Sometimes it’s okay to put things on hold until you can give them the attention they deserve. It’s okay to explore other ways ...

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Fear is Your Advantage – Aspects Galore

By Sue Hines What is it you are most afraid of? What you fear is a clue to your center of gravity. It is a little window to your soul. Fear is your advantage – let it feed your success! “Fear” is the label for the flutter in your heart that makes you stop. It is the sinking, hollow feeling in the pit of your stomach, but it is also your greatest guide. Fear triggers a host of changes that give us fantastic ...

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Rick Najera to deliver keynote speech at Cabrillo Anniversary Gala

VENTURA - Cabrillo Economic Development Corporation will present keynote speaker Rick Najera at its 35th Anniversary Gala celebration from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 28, at The Tower Club, 300 E. Esplanade Dr., Oxnard. The evening will begin with cocktails at 5:30 p.m., kicking off the silent auction. The dinner and program will begin at 6:30 p.m., featuring keynote speaker Rick Najera, named one of ...

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Eight-Year-Old Entrepreneur Writes Best Selling Book 

Most eight-years-olds are in the third grade, and many of them are still struggling to read and write. But eight-year-old Nia Mya Reese from Birmingham, Alabama has already written a best-selling book! Nia was just in the first grade when, as a class assignment, she wrote about something she was good at -- taking care of her annoying little brother, Ronald Michael. Within two years, Nia turned this assignme ...

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Ventura College and Bellevue University Establish Transfer Agreement

Ventura, Calif. – The Ventura County Community College District and Ventura College have established a transfer agreement with Bellevue University, a non-profit higher education institution with more than 50,000 graduates worldwide. The agreement grants Ventura College students, who meet the qualifying criteria, guaranteed admission into Bellevue University’s online bachelor’s degree programs. It also inclu ...

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Udderly Brilliant: Ag Students Win CME Group Scholarships at Illinois State Fair

(NewsUSA) - Illinois students prepare all year to participate in State Fair agriculture competitions -- whether they are showing an animal or competing in academic tests. Those same students were also competing for scholarships offered by CME Group, the world’s leading and most diverse derivatives marketplace. This year, CME Group granted scholarships totaling $60,000 to 4-H Livestock Skillathon winners and ...

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Floyd Mayweather apologizes for using gay slur in introspective moment

By Kevin Iole LAS VEGAS – Several large men milled around the door at 4020 Schiff Drive in an innocuous strip mall in the Chinatown district of this gambling mecca, watching over empty parking spaces in front reserved for the boss’ gleaming white Rolls Royce. Inside, the sweltering boxing gym was packed shoulder-to-shoulder with boxers, trainers, media, publicists and assorted hangers-on, each of them eager ...

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Aaron Donald’s holdout threatening to last into regular season

By Zach Pereles The Los Angeles Rams welcomed Sean McVay as their new head coach this offseason, hoping he could help spearhead a new era for the team in its second year in Los Angeles. But the youngest head coach in league history has had to start that process without his best player, and it looks like things may continue that way.Defensive tackle Aaron Donald has held out of Rams training camp over contra ...

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