Thank You to Our Readers! We Have Hit a Milestone!

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(Ventura County, Ca) Our team at The Voice La Voz Newspaper would like to thank all of our readers for helping us get out the word about our publication. In our first full month of being up, we had 1,500 active users to our site. That is amazing and beyond expectation! Thank you for your support!

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California State Supreme Court Takes Proposition 9 (Cal3) off the November Ballot

New Agricultural Commissioner appointed for Ventura County’s $2B Agriculture Economy

Man Found Dead in Westlake Lake

Second Amendment Foundation Sues California DOJ for Faulty Registration System

Former Simi Valley City Manager And Ventura County CEO M.L. “Lin” Koester Passes Away

Luxury Real Estate is Hot Hot Hot

More More, Same Problems: Firms that Provide Counter Offer to Department Employees, Find in Time That They Still Leave.

CVS to help combat Opioid Addiction in Ventura County

S&P/Experian Data Shows Fewer Consumer Credit Defaults For All Loan Types in June 2018

1H 2018 Foreclosure Rates Drop by 23% in Ventura County

Chapman University Finds That California’s Climate Change Agenda Has Impacted State’s Poorest

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