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Andrew Strangeway is first man to sleep on all 162 of Scotland's remote islands
An adventurer who became the first person to land and sleep on Scotland's 162 remote islands is raising a glass after having a range of whisky named after him.
Whistleblower cop: Oxnard, Calif., police get gun and skull tattoos every time
The shooting death of Hockaday must, though, be viewed in context with the sordid history of the Oxnard, California, police department. Less than a year ago, the city of Oxnard was forced to pay a record $6.
Art galleries and museums: Hiroko Yoshimoto: Biodiversity exhibit at the
Carnegie Art Museum in Oxnard will debut that series in "Hiroko Yoshimoto: Biodiversity," a new exhibit opening Saturday with a 4-6 p.m. reception.
Gang leader sentenced to life in prison
An Oxnard Colonia Chiques gang member was sentenced on Monday to life without parole in federal prison after being convicted of a host of narcotics and weapons offenses, including heading a criminal enterprise, the U.S.
Top-notch food at Fair Isle Festival
The Fair Isle Festival opened today with folk enjoying top-notch grub and plenty of live music. Local cheese, pies and brownies were among the treats on offer at Fort Charlotte. The three-day festival continues on Monday and Tuesday, celebrating the ...

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