Archive » November 2, 2007

Also Inside This Issue

ON THE RANCH
Rock star policy

WHAT DO YOU THINK?
Santa Ynez Community Plan

JUST MY OPINION
Hustling fear and insecurity

THE HEALTHY GEEZER
Rectal cancer

DIA DE LOS MUERTOS
Day of the Dead celebrated in the Valley

COUNTY NEWS
Phony contractors busted in sting

NEWS BRIEFS
Buellton Planning Commission, Copper wire stolen from SYRWCD

VALLEY SCENE
Halloween in the valley

HIGH SCHOOL SCENE - HOMECOMING
SYVUHS homecoming was a blast

HIGH SCHOOL SCENE - ART SHOW
Sights, sounds and fashions featured at high school art show

OP–ED
The perils of importation

FROM THE EDITORS DESK
Driving practices

FROM THE RIGHT
Is the U.S. more conservative or liberal?

FROM THE LEFT
Are you blue, or are you seeing red?

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
RIDE VAQUERO RIDE

VALLEY EVENTS

TRAVEL & GOLF
Soule Park in Ojai

PLANE TALK
Iron Mike

DESIGN DIRECTIONS
How to choose paint colors

FOOD & WINE
Living the ‘Good Life’

Vol. 5 Issue 31

COUNTY NEWS

Superior Court Judge Melville retires

He’s gone, but he’ll be back.
Superior Court Judge Rodney S. Melville officially retired Oct. 12, but he returns to the bench of his familiar Santa Maria courtroom in December as an assigned judge who works on a per diem basis.
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HOOFBEATS

Snaffle Bit carries on vaquero traditions

The recent Snaffle Bit Futurity in Reno, Nev., certainly had its cliff–hanging moments. ...

LOCAL NEWS

Highway 154 body, Highway 1 marijuana grow linked

Santa Barbara County officials now say there’s a connection between a murdered man found beside Highway 154 last September and a huge marijuana grow— the largest eradicated in the county — also discovered in September. ...

YOUR BUSINESS IS OUR BUSINESS

Kabuki brings sushi to the land of smorgasbord

A Japanese restaurant in a Danish town seems incongruous -- until you flip it around and look at it through the eyes of Kabuki owners Shin and Deborah Kuboyama. ...

VALLEY PEOPLE

Chef Leonardo Curti tells all in Trattoria Grappolo’s new cookbook

Every chef has his secrets. ...

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