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Honored Vaquero

Vol. 10 Issue 43

While not, perhaps, always as romantic as he once imagined, his life as a cowboy continues to be every little boy’s dream come true.

Casino liquor license fate awaits

The fate of the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians’s request to expand the liquor license at its casino hotel and resort rests with an administrative law judge, who will decide in mid-December whether to grant it after hearing closing arguments last week from the tribe’s legal counsel and five...

Solvang approves water rate increase

The Solvang City Council voted to raise water rates by 5.25% at its Monday meeting, keeping in line with the five-year rate increase plan adopted by the city last year....

Stoker, Jackson talk issues with the Journal

In 2008, Democrat Hannah-Beth Jackson lost her bid for the 19th State Senate District seat against incumbent Tony Strickland by a half a percentage point....

Guidance department sees changes

To keep the board apprised of all school activities, each department at the Santa Ynez Valley Union High School District makes annual presentations. This month it was the guidance department that stepped up to the plate....

Letters

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Earwigs enjoy resurgence on gridiron

Now in his fourth year as a member of the Dunn School eight-man football team, Robert Lee doesn’t exactly have fond memories of the Earwigs’ last couple of seasons....