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NEWS BRIEFS

QUAGGA MUSSEL
Lake Cachuma's private boating operations will remain undisturbed

INDIAN LEGAL SERVICES DISCLAIMER LETTER
Letter from Brenda Tomares, a CILS staff attorney to Nancy Alex at Bureau of Land Management, May 29, 2002

ADMHS TO CUT ONE-FOURTH SERVICES

EPISCOPAL CHURCH LEADERS VOTE OUT BISHOP
John-David Schofield, bishop from the Diocese of San Joaquin

$100,000 DONATION TO CFF FROM BACARA

CAPPS SPURS ASSAULT ON METH

"NO ROOM FOR HATE" PEACE WALK
High School students walk to raise awareness

CHUMASH CASINO EXPANSION
Solvang City Council shoots down talks of casino expansion

OIL TAX TO OFFSET SCHOOL CUTS
California Democrats propose oil tax to offset expected school cuts

GIRL IN CLINTON'S 3 A.M. AD SUPPORTS OBAMA

FROM THE LEFT
Should schools be gun-free zones?

FROM THE RIGHT
Guns on campus

WHY ISN'T THE PUBLISHING INDUSTRY GIVING 100 PERCENT?
Publishing industry making an alarming slow transition to printing on recycled paper.

COW CHIP TO THE RESCUE
Converting cow manure to energy

BUSINESS BRIEFS

SOLVANG BAKERY ON 'REGIS AND KELLY'
Solvang bakery invited to the Regis and Kelly Live show in New York.

THE BISTRO OFFERS DINING UNDER THE STARS

CANCER CENTER ROLE DESCRIBED
March 6 luncheon to explain what the organization does for cancer patients and the community.

GUEST EDITORIAL

LETTERS

HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Collected archives and photos

IN THE KITCHEN WITH NINA

NATALIE COLE AT REOPENING OF GRANADA

RESTORED GRANADA TAKES A BOW

MORE NEWS BRIEFS

RANCHO OLIVOS'S CASEY STRIKES LIQUID GOLD
400-tree olive orchard

PANCAKES INTO CANNED CAKES
New invention turns pancakes into canned cakes

THE HEALTHY GEEZER
Is depression just a "normal" part of aging

A & E BRIEFS

PLANE TALK
Airport authority mulls ending helo lease

GOLF
Jekyll Island Club

MAN DIES FROM AMOEBA

BOOKS
“Hot, Sour, Salty, Sweet”

EVENTS

POLICE BLOTTER

MOTHER TOSSES BOYS FROM OVERPASS
Incident still a mystery

PACYDERM STUNT
Soap bubble stunt draws complaints

RECIPE
Grand “Chingon” Nachos

FURRY FRIENDS

BABY ANNOUNCEMENT
Ariana Grace Mendoza

Vol. 6 Issue 11

PETITION TO OUST SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS

A community coup to overthrow the current Santa Ynez Valley Union High School District School Board could well be underway following the board’s March 11 refusal to reinstate Norm Clevenger as the school’s principal. ...

LOS PRIETOS BOYS CAMP

Speakers inspire hope from hate

Violence is not foreign to many boys at Los Prietos Boys Camp, but some are thinking twice about the effects of bigotry after hearing first-hand how people are affected by hate crimes. ...

SYVUHS NEW ADDITIONS

High school welcomes new critters

Most people would be surprised to learn that there is a school farm on the Santa Ynez Valley Union High School campus. ...