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ON THE RANCH

TOWING FEES TO BE INCREASED

CLEVENGER SAGA FAR FROM OVER
Gearing up for another board meeting

TEACHERS BOYCOTT NEW SUPERINTENDENT

NEWS BRIEFS

GREKA SPILLS AGAIN

TEAMING UP TO STOP DUIS
CHP teams up with Vitners' Association to stop DUIs

WHEN TO FIRE A DOCTOR

FROM THE LEFT
Third Party Presidential Candidates for 2008

FROM THE RIGHT
Run, Ralph, Run!

MCCAIN'S WALLS COME DOWN
A moment to savor as the walls finally come tumbling down

IT'S JUST MY OPINION
"Neither a borrower nor a lender be." - Part I

FORECLOSURE FAIRS
Foreclosure fairs offer advice, support to desperate homeowners

AMADOR COUNTY STRIKES DOWN PROPOSED CASINO

BUSINESS BRIEFS

TRAFFIC CRASHES COST OVER $160 BILLION

FED JOB DISCRIMINATION COMPLAINTS UP
Complaints rose by 9 percent this year

WHERE IS THE RAGE
$4.8 billion proposed cut to education

A & E BRIEFS

SCHOOL BRIEFS

SCHOOL SCENE
Students Employ Talent, Dedication in 'Indians'

PATRICK SWAYZE HAS CANCER

JACK RUBY'S GUN UP FOR AUCTION

LOS OLIVOS ESD TRANSFERS OK'D
Los Olivos School accepting Interdistrict Transfer Applications

JACKIE JAENICKE NAMED COWBELLE

ARTIST FINDS BEAUTY IN BLOOD

THE HEALTHY GEEZER
Is angina as serious as heart disease?

PLANE TALK
O2 to You

THE BOOK WORM
"Howard Hughes: Power, Paranoia & Palace Intrigue"

EVENTS

POLICE BLOTTER

STARS ON WITNESS LIST

2008 ML320

FURRY FRIENDS
Adopt a pet from the SYV Humane Society

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Sophia Angelina Elliott

CLASSIFIEDS

RECIPE
Beef Fajitas

Vol. 6 Issue 10

MUSSELS THREATEN CACHUMA

Quagga Mussels a possible problem

Lake Cachuma’s private boating operations could face temporary shutdown dead ahead as conduit authorities scramble to prevent an invasive non-native mussel from infesting the lake and possibly damaging reservoir apparatuses. ...

FIREFIGHTERS DRILL

Rescue drills

Spectators lined the pier as county firefighters played wet heroes, rescuing 49 supposed victims from the ocean at Goleta Beach Park March 4. ...

HOOFBEATS

Valley is famous for champion horses and riders

“Wake up everybody!” So said valley resident, Greg Simon, who is a noted western horseman and is active in equestrian activities on a national level. ...

GOLF

Apple Farm Inn

San Luis Obispo has undergone quite a transformation over the past couple of years. The downtown area has been completely remodeled and now is home to great shopping and restaurants. ...