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Psychedelic Summer brings the '60s to Peninsula Park
7/22/2021 7:13:46 PM

By Chris Frost Tri County Sentry Channel Islands-- The Channel Islands Concerts by the Sea series continued in a far out way Saturday, July 17, as the Psychedelic Summer Band brought peace, love, and classic Rock ‘n Roll to Peninsula Park.   The large crowd boarded their Magic Bus and followed the band back to the Woodstock era. The event attracted many older residents but also attracted young kids who danced the night away.   Band members handed out flowers and brought the crowd back to the "Flower Power" era full of...

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7/22/2021 7:02:31 PM

By Chris Frost Tri County Sentry Oxnard-- In his report to the city council Tuesday, July 20, City Manager Alex Nguyen said Covid-19 cases are inching up across the entire country.   He noted that in the region, some counties reinstated a mask mandate for indoor use in public spaces.   "Our county has announced it is a mask recommendation, whether you are vaccinated or not," he said.    The website, HousingIsKey.com, he said, is key for folks, tenants or landlords, who need rent relief.    "But it's...

Ferrin and Klein added to the DDRC
7/22/2021 6:22:05 PM

By Chris Frost Tri County Sentry Oxnard-- The city council, Tuesday, July 20, appointed members to serve on the city's (DDRC) Downtown Design Review Committee.   Deputy City Manager Shiri Klima told the group that the DDRC reviews applications for exterior changes to buildings and property in the central business district zone. The committee meets twice a month, serves for two years, and makes recommendations to the City of Oxnard Planning Division.    "There are a few requirements; five members serve on the DDRC, and they do not need to be...

Trolls should go away
7/22/2021 2:21:33 PM

By Chris Frost Tri County Sentry Oxnard-- This past weekend for me was so much fun. Not because I was out there participating, but because the world is getting back to normal. People are participating in events and getting back to the business of being a real community and not a community of screen images on Zoom.    Over the weekend, I covered a bicycle rodeo hosted by the Oxnard Police Department, a roller-skating party hosted by Oxnard Recreation, and also an amazing 60s concert at Peninsula Park, hosted by Channel Islands Harbor.    Since you...

Plenty at stake for NBC as COVID Olympics opening looms
7/21/2021 7:26:17 PM

By David Bauder   NEW YORK (AP)—If all goes well for NBC Universal over the next several weeks, Americans will be buzzing about the Olympic performances of Simone Biles, Gabby Thomas, Kevin Durant or some unexpected star. The year-delayed Tokyo Olympics officially opens with NBC’s telecast of the opening ceremony on July 23—live in the morning and with an edited version in prime time. The Olympics arrive dripping in bad vibes, amid a COVID-19 state of emergency in Japan. The majority of Japanese citizens are unvaccinated against the virus and most...

LA County COVID hospitalizations keep climbing; 12th day of 1000+ cases
7/21/2021 7:21:18 PM

LOS ANGELES—Los Angeles County’s COVID-19 hospitalization numbers and testing postivity rate continued their steady climbs, as the county marked its 11th consecutive day of new case numbers topping 1,000. The county Department of Public Health announced 1,233 new COVID infections Monday, a number that is likely artificially low due to traditional delays in reporting of test results from the weekend. The new cases brought the county’s cumulative total from throughout the pandemic to 1,269,090. Two more fatalities were also reported Monday, lifting the...

Harvey Weinstein extradited to Los Angeles
7/21/2021 6:50:46 PM

LOS ANGELES—Disgraced former film producer Harvey Weinstein was extradited Tuesday from New York to Los Angeles, where he is charged with sex-related counts involving five women between 2004 and 2013. Custody of Weinstein Tuesday morning "was handed over to the appropriate officials for transport to the state of California per a court order," the New York Department of Corrections said in a statement. It was not immediately clear when Weinstein would appear in a downtown Los Angeles courtroom. Weinstein, 69, was serving a 23-year term in New York after being...

Biden blasts ‘un-American’ voting limits; Texas Dems act
7/21/2021 6:48:02 PM

PHILADELPHIA—President Joe Biden declared preserving voting rights an urgent national “test of our time” on Tuesday but offered few concrete proposals to meet it. Texas Democrats took their own dramatic action to stymie Republican efforts to tighten ballot restrictions in their state. Biden, who has proclaimed protecting ballot access the central cause of his presidency, has faced sharp criticism from allies for not doing more, though political headwinds and stubborn Senate math have limited his ability to act. Despite his ringing words Tuesday, he avoided any mention...

Olympic athletes test positive in Tokyo days before Games
7/21/2021 6:34:23 PM

By Graham Dunbar   TOKYO (AP)—A third athlete at the Olympic Village in Tokyo has tested positive for COVID-19, with the Czech Republic team reporting the case Monday of a beach volleyball player who could miss his first game. Czech beach volleyball player Ondrej Perušic could miss his opening game on Monday after a PCR test confirmed his infection. Perušic and his playing partner are due to the begin their Olympic program against a team from Latvia. Czech team leader Martin Doktor said in a statement they would ask to postpone the game until the...

The Latest: Fully vaccinated U.S. politicians test positive
7/21/2021 6:29:51 PM

ST PETERSBURG, Fla.—U.S. Rep. Vern Buchanan said Monday he has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus even though he was fully vaccinated against the disease. The Republican congressman’s announcement came as Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said a “seasonal pattern” affecting mainly Sun Belt states is largely to blame for a recent spike in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in Florida. DeSantis, a Republican who opposes virus-related mandates, nonetheless said it’s important for people to get vaccinated. Buchanan, who represents a Sarasota-based...