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On the ranch


View of the Valley

Preparing for a fire-safe summer

Business owners breathe sigh of relief over signs

Successful aging on the rise at Santa Barbara center

It's just my opinion
Are we prepared for a major emergency?

Chumash casino tribe economic report
Are the supervisors and governor opening door for massive development?

The life of a cowboy, part III

Concert benefits school arts, rec programs

Valley round-up

2012 Youth Rec Queen events

Trout derby and fish report
For week ending April 15; water temperature 62 degrees

Making history

Golf & Travel

Citizen participation

Crime on Land in Federal Trust
Chumash Casino

Draft Mitigation/Cooperative Agreement proposed
Santa Ynez Chumash Casino tribe and Santa Barbara County

Sheriff's blotter

A coal minerís daughter and a songwriter

Healthy geezer


Grilled sliced tuna with giant white beans and Romanesco


Crossword solution

Furry friends
Adopt a pet in need today

Three of a kind

Vol. 10 Issue 16

As a teenager during the golden age of aviation in the 1930s, James Kunkle Sr. became enamored with airplanes and learning as much as he could about the fast-developing industry.

Supervisors mull problem of recidivism

The Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors is prepared to put its weight behind a plan to slow, if not stop, the revolving door of mentally ill homeless people cycling in and out of county jails....

Buellton agrees to solicit plans for vision

While not everyone agreed that hiring an economic consultant marks a step forward in Buelltonís plan for the future, the city council on April 12 agreed to submit a request for qualifications for an economic development director and branding expert. ...

SYVHS board members have plenty to celebrate

The Santa Ynez Valley Union High School board met in regular session April 17 to address a number of topics. The evening started off with principal Mark Swanitz heaping accolades on Cameron Clarno, whose choir and band recently won some impressive awards at the Heritage Music Festival....



Mothers and daughters, serving together

Fostering the mother-daughter relationship through philanthropy, leadership development and cultural experiences is what it is all about. ...

Olympic champ motivates Los Olivos students

Gary Hall Jr., an outspoken athlete who has never been shy about providing his opinion, thought he had heard it all when it came to questions about his record-setting swim career....