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On the ranch

Briefs

Obituary
Harry Richard Crist

View of the Valley

Letters

The lowdown on SB 162

SB 162 will not be heard in committee

Hoofbeats
The Valley welcomes another carriage driver

Cachuma Lake fish report
For week ending June 18; water temperature 76.5

No desire? Streetcars move to Morro Bay

Santa Ynez set to host soccer camps

Half-dozen baseball players make All-CIF

Family event comes naturally at SB museum

Golf & Travel
Barnsley Gardens Resort

Crime on Land in Federal Trust
Chumash Casino

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

Citizen participation

Sheriff's blotter

Bookworm
Beyond the sun in the Last Frontier

Healthy Geezer

Recipe
Chocolate chip angel cake with chocolate marshmallow frosting

Crossword

Events

Crossword solution

Furry friends
Adopt a pet in need today

Place of hope

Vol. 10 Issue 25

Hidden Wings – which bills itself as a school and “place of hope” for young people with autism – recently celebrated its second anniversary by moving into its first real home.

Buellton considers cuts to services

The adoption of Buellton’s 2012-13 budget at the upcoming June 28 meeting could mean the elimination of a traffic deputy, a community resources deputy and the closure of the Buellton Sheriff’s substation. ...

Santa Ynez moves forward on bond issue

After a year-long process of researching and review, the Santa Ynez Valley Union High School District is moving forward on plans to place a $19,840,000 bond on the November ballot....

Supes adopt budget, CEO calls for lasting solutions

Despite a call from the county’s Chief Executive Officer to find long-term solutions to the county’s budget woes, the Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors patched a $15 million budget deficit through one-time fixes. ...

West Point Society recognition

It caught him ever so pleasantly by surprise....

No. 66, that little something extra

Young and full of hope, he hears the roar of the crowd as he makes his way toward the field. Slowing momentarily, he brushes his fingers across the black stone football that bears the name of the player and coach who came before....

Live or relive Johnny Cash’s music in Solvang

Fans of Johnny and June Carter Cash will be able to travel back in time in early July, when Jimmie Ray and Cyndi Cantrell, a tribute band honoring the late country icons, perform their music at Solvang’s Manny’s Terrace Theatre....

Fun, fitness top goals for first Solvang Mile

Alex Kehaya, as evidenced by his many coaching duties alongside his job as a Spanish teacher at Dunn Academy, has always had a passion for fitness and exercise....