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Vol. 10 Issue 19

After their two children grew up and moved away from home, Leonard and Nancy Morrell were unsure of what to do with their nearly 2 and a half acres of land nestled just off Alamo Pintado Road in Solvang.

County faces realignment challenges

The strain of the Public Safety Realignment Act, which has shifted low-level offenders from state prisons to local jails, is worse than anyone had anticipated, the county Board of Supervisors heard on Tuesday. ...

Los Olivos parking crisis averted, barely

Parking issues in Los Olivos rose to crisis level last week, as the main drag of the small town was blocked by buses for nearly a half hour. ...

The 21st century librarian – a need revisited

When it comes to school librarians, it is like getting three professionals for the price of one. ...

Messages of hope at Los Prietos Boys Camp

Five graduates of Los Prietos Boys Camp spoke to campers about how they turned their lives around and how the 60 or so troubled teens could do the same. ...

Military moms – the toughest of the tough

There isn’t a harder job for a wife or mother than to have their spouse be a dedicated member of our nation’s military – just ask their kids. ...

Dunn's McKibbin pushes himself to limit

It takes a lot to leave Bryce McKibbin exhausted. ...

Sheriff’s blotter

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