Visit Oxnard Blog Looking for something to do with your kids during the Thanksgiving break? Visitors and residents alike can find plenty in Oxnard this holiday season! Enter a Gingerbread House Contest. Get your creative juices flowing, and create your own masterpiece to enter into the 8th Annual—[read more »]

Dock Talk News Fall 2016 Dear Readers, I recently came across something Vince Lombardi said, “Individual commitment to a group effort – that is what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work.” In my opinion, it’s also what makes our Port work. Every day,—[read more »]

Dock Talk Port of Hueneme Fall 2015 Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics (WWL) manages ocean-to-land and then transport, and the reverse, of more than 230,000 vehicles at the Port of Hueneme each year. Like an effortless dance, 75,000 of those cars and other vehicles arrive and depart by sea through highly meticulous—[read more »]

myON Spotlights This is the story of a superintendent who wanted kids to love to read, and the assistant superintendent who found a way to weave it into their daily curriculum – digitally. Dr. Jane Westerhold, superintendent for Des Plaines Community Consolidated School District 62 first introduced myON to the—[read more »]

myON Spotlights When Robin Hood was referenced in class reading material, students in Steve McWade’s class didn’t know who he was. The students, 5th graders at Spencer Technology Academy in Chicago, used myON as an on-the-spot resource to learn about the beloved outlaw. “When you read you pull from your—[read more »]

By Rachel Shaw from ASCIP News Communication. Documentation. These are the hallmarks of every good human resources practice. The same principles apply when it comes to the Disability Interactive Process — without implementing these, you open yourself up to the possibility of costly lawsuits. It’s important to invest in these—[read more »]

By Scott Young Preface Wine knowledge is rarely acquired in a linear fashion. You pick up tidbits of information over time from friends, family, colleagues and experts along the way; from what you read here and there; and from what you may see on television or even on the big—[read more »]

Horseman’s News July 2012 A veterinarian forgets to X-ray the leg of a horse during a pre-purchase examination, a month later a chip in his fetlock is found. A horse is not properly diagnosed after a number of farm visits. An improper sedative used during an emergency hospital visit causes—[read more »]

Dual agency and bill of sale requirement in California Pacific Coast Journal July 2012 Would you buy a home if your real estate agent was representing both you and the seller? Some might consider it a conflict of interest. Moreover, what if your real estate agent negotiated a home price—[read more »]

Ventura County Star Jan. 11, 2009 Experts agree the Internet has become so pervasive it is reasonable to believe virtually every source of hire has an online component. The benefits of searching for a job online are seemingly endless. You can access information 24 hours a day, take your search—[read more »]