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Oxnard Employee Pipeline to change futures for residents and companies
1/27/2021 5:56:16 PM

By Chris Frost chris@tricountysentry.com   Oxnard-- The City of Oxnard is gearing up for great success and plans to bring a generation of well-qualified students to the workforce via The Oxnard Employee Pipeline.   The Pipeline is a joint effort between the city, the Oxnard Chamber of Commerce, and Oxnard College who are working together to benefit everyone. The program offers financial aid help to pay for the program.   There are no prerequisites to join the pipeline. Graduates will take a step toward a better future with the skills they need and...

Residents frustrated over Covid-19 deaths at Vagabond Inn Project Roomkey.
1/27/2021 5:43:58 PM

Oxnard-- Public comments during the Jan. 26 city council meeting boiled over, as public speakers expressed outrage and frustration of Covid-19 deaths at the Vagabond Inn, which is part of Project Roomkey.   The state-funded initiative began in March 2020 and provides "non-congregate shelter options for people experiencing homelessness, to protect human life, and minimize strain on the health care system capacity" during the Covid-19 pandemic.   Regina Larios was the eldest daughter of Peggy Larios, who passed on Dec. 23, 2020.   Peggy, who...

Council approves its board assignments
1/27/2021 5:37:18 PM

By Chris Frost chris@tricountysentry.com     Oxnard-- The City Council continued to organize, Jan 25 and selected board members to serve on different regional boards for the year.   Mayor John Zaragoza appointed council members to the boards. The entire council appointed two of its members to the Oxnard Airport Authority along with an alternate member.   Council members looked at the list and expressed preferences, and City Manager Alex Nguyen read the list of boards that council members serve on.   Included on the list were...

It's time for some company, oh boy!
1/27/2021 5:11:44 PM

By Chris Frost chris@tricountysentry.com     Oxnard-- Sometimes you know you're going to have a crummy day, while at other times, something arbitrary happens, and the day goes right down the drain.   For example, it's a Sunday night, and you're sitting around doing nothing until you get an email from your landlord.   She's refinancing the house, and she needs to stop by for a visit with an appraiser. That means we are going to have some company, and we are nowhere near ready.   I'll be the first one to...

Larry King, broadcasting giant for half-century, dies at 87
1/27/2021 4:30:58 PM

By Andrew Dalton   LOS ANGELES (AP)—Larry King, the suspenders-sporting everyman whose broadcast interviews with world leaders, movie stars and ordinary Joes helped define American conversation for a half-century, died Saturday. He was 87. King died at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, his production company, Ora Media, tweeted. No cause of death was given, but a spokesperson said Jan. 4 that King had COVID-19, received supplemental oxygen and been moved out of intensive care. A longtime nationally syndicated radio host, he also was a nightly fixture on...

Batman comic book caper ends with million dollar auction
1/27/2021 4:28:44 PM

By Rod Stafford Hagwood   BOCA RATON, Fla. (AP)—For almost two years, Randy Lawrence of Boca Raton suspected who had his stolen collection of about 1,300 comic books worth $2 million, a treasure he had been building for 54 years as a retirement nest egg. But back then, no one—not he, nor the Palm Beach Sheriff's Office, the FBI, the State Attorney or even a private investigator—could do anything about the nabbed graphic novels or prove who was the nabber. The story made headlines nationwide and set the comic collector world abuzz, both here and in...

Who really had the album of the year? Emily Lazar did.
1/27/2021 4:26:59 PM

By Mesfin Fekadu   NEW YORK (AP)—Chris Martin admits that Coldplay's latest album could have sounded terrible if it wasn't for one person—mastering engineer Emily Lazar. Like the musical magician she is, Lazar added her special touch to the band's eighth album “Everyday Life,” which was released in late 2019 and is now competing for the top prize at the 2021 Grammy Awards. Martin describes the universal and political album as “a patchwork quilt of opinions and thoughts about life and humans and the planet and how much we love...

U.S. virus numbers drop, but race against new strains heats up
1/27/2021 4:22:40 PM

(AP)—Coronavirus deaths and cases per day in the U.S. dropped markedly over the past couple of weeks but are still running at alarmingly high levels, and the effort to snuff out COVID-19 is becoming an ever more urgent race between the vaccine and the mutating virus. The government’s top infectious-disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, said the improvement in numbers around the country appears to be the result of “natural peaking and then plateauing” after a holiday surge, rather than an effect of the rollout of vaccines that began in mid-December. Deaths are...

Hodgepodge systems, confusion mar California vaccine rollout
1/27/2021 4:21:54 PM

By Janie Har and Amy Taxin   SAN FRANCISCO (AP)—More than five weeks into its vaccination program, California doesn't have nearly the supply to meet demand and there's growing angst among residents over the difficulty to even get in line for a shot. Social media is awash with people seeking or giving tips on how to maneuver the system. State officials are frustrated the federal government hasn't provided more doses. Local officials are upset Gov. Gavin Newsom last week suddenly added the 4 million residents between ages 65 and 74 to what was supposed to be...

California's ban on indoor worship upheld by appeals court
1/27/2021 4:01:09 PM

SAN FRANCISCO (AP)—A federal appeals court has denied a Southern California church's request to overturn the state's coronavirus restrictions barring worship services indoors during the coronavirus pandemic, according to a newspaper report Saturday. The Sacramento Bee said Friday's ruling by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals leaves the door open for addressing Gov. Gavin Newsom administration's limits on church attendance if a California county is in a less-restrictive COVID-19 tier. A three-judge panel ruled against South Bay United Pentecostal Church of...

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