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Ventura County Community College District chancellor to retire next year

By   /  Tuesday, August 17th, 2021  /  East Ventura County, Education, Latest news, Top Stories, Tri-County Economy, West Ventura County  /  Comments Off on Ventura County Community College District chancellor to retire next year

Greg Gillespie, the chancellor of the Ventura County Community College District, will retire at the end of the 2021-22 school year, the district announced Aug. 17. Gillespie has been with the district for eight years, first as campus president at Ventura College and the last four as district chancellor. In that position, he is the Read More →

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Our view: Ventura County students on path to attend college

By   /  Friday, May 12th, 2017  /  Editorials, Education, Latest news, Opinion  /  Comments Off on Our view: Ventura County students on path to attend college

Ventura County has taken a big step forward when it comes to math and science education with the P-20 Council, a business-education group, forming better connections between public education and the private sector. Those connections include a new program aimed at identifying strong students in STEM fields and providing them with the support they need Read More →

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All eyes will be on Oxnard when travel writers meet

By   /  Friday, January 29th, 2016  /  Latest news, Tourism  /  Comments Off on All eyes will be on Oxnard when travel writers meet

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Dubroff: A tale of turnout, transition and the state of tri-county politics

By   /  Friday, October 31st, 2014  /  Latest news, Opinion, Top Stories  /  Comments Off on Dubroff: A tale of turnout, transition and the state of tri-county politics

Money and party lines still count. But in the end, turnout will matter most.

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