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Ventura County, Texas

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Interesting. According to chatter on Facebook, the news and sports copy desks at the Ventura County Star are moving to Corpus Chrisi, says to Kevin Roderick at LA Observed. The 15 to 20 local editors and designers will likely lose their jobs in future months and will have the opportunity to apply for their jobs out in Texas. "This also means, of course, that the local flavor of Ventura will be applied in the Lone Star state," notes Roderick.

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