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ON THE RANCH
Nancy Talks About Tarantulas

COMMENTARY WITH ANDY CALDWELL
Andy Gives His Views on Neighbors

RESPONSES TO CHUMASH HIGHWAY
The Community Responds to the Naming of Highway 154

POLICE BLOTTER

ASSOCIATED PRESS
Man Angered by Refusal to Sell is Accused of Sawing House in Half...Horizontally

ASSOCIATED PRESS
Smoke Wakes Up South Carolina Firefighter Who Battles Blaze at Own Fire Station

ASSOCIATED PRESS
Former California Governor Endorses Giuliani in Presidential Bid

ASSOCIATED PRESS
Anonymous Donor Leaving $60 Million to Cal Poly SLO

ASSOCIATED PRESS
Some Colorado Doctors and Hospitals Report Seeing a Flurry of Blizzard Babies

JUST MY OPINION
If Mothers Ruled the World

STEVE PAPPAS COMMENTARY
Steve Gives His Thoughts

FROM THE LEFT
David Talks About Iran

FROM THE RIGHT
Harris Talks About Iran

YOUR LETTERS

HEALTHY GEEZER
Exercise or Not?

4-H REPORT

FROM THE DESK OF BILL CIRONE
The Actual Costs of Running a School

PLANE TALK
Red Light, Green Light

SCENE IN THE VALLEY
Solvang’s Danish Days Remembers When & Animal Rescue

GOLF
Fort Morgan Peninsula

HOOFBEATS
Carol Roberts Wins the Non-Pro Stock Horse Class

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
PCPA's Interplay

BOOKS

Vol. 5 Issue 26

It is a claim that seems too good to be true: healing back pain without surgery.

  • By Leanne Cooper Elliott, Journal Contributor
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UNIFORM RULES

Uniform Rules Compromise Adopted

Agricultural land owners in Santa Barbara County gained some elbow room, but lost some unused liberties, following the board of supervisors meeting Sept. 25....

CHUMASH HIGHWAY

Highway 154 Now The Chumash Highway

State lawmakers have designated the scenic, well-traveled, 32-mile stretch of Highway 154 connecting South Santa Barbara County to the Santa Ynez Valley, “Chumash Highway”, a move that has been met with both support and opposition....

NEWS BRIEFS

Board Appoints CJ Jackson as New 3rd District Planning Commissioner

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VALLEY PEOPLE

Karina Puente can’t remember a time when art didn’t exist in her life. She began drawing at a young age, and used whatever she could get her hands on—crayons, Play-doh, paper—to translate the world around her, a place she describes as “…a light-box world filled with telling characters.”

  • By Leanne Cooper-Elliott, Journal Contributor
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