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ON THE RANCH
Staying tuned and Earth Day

CANDIDATE FORUM
Four 3rd District candidates speak at St. Mark's

GREKA
Stop work order released

NEWS BRIEFS

LATINO COPS BACK MC KINNON

VIRTUAL FENCE
Mexican border fence deemed insufficient

OFF-ROAD VEHICLES
Board approves vehicle ordinance

DAVID SMYSER
3rd District candidate David Smyser

BUDGET CUTS
Mental health advocates say 'no'

COLD HITTING VINEYARDS
North Coast getting hit hard

DOCTOR EMAILS
Few U.S. doctors answer patient emial

CALIF TO SIGN U.N. COMPACT
Compact to help China cut emissions

DIET TO DETERMINE BABY'S SEX?

LAW WEEK
Law Week April 28

SCHOOL BULLYING
Kids & mixed martial arts fighting back

FROM THE LEFT
Should Bush boycott the China Olympics?

FROM THE RIGHT
Should Bush attend the Olympics in China?

WORD SEARCH

JUST MY OPINION
Who needs a college education?

BUSINESS BRIEFS

HOW DOES YOUR RESUME MEASURE UP?

DID YOU KNOW?

GUEST EDITORIAL

LETTERS

HEALTHY ALTERNATIVE
Alternative for battling ADD

CORRECTION

A & E BRIEFS

FIGUEROA FARMS
Local olive oil prodcer embraces alternative energy

BOOKWORM
"Cooked" by Jeff Henderson

DID YOU KNOW II?

HEALTHY GEEZER
What is acetaminophen?

GOLF & TRAVEL
Lake Oconee golf and the masters

PLANE TALK
Your chance was zero!

DO YOUR PART TO KEEP OCEANS CLEAN

BUGS GOOD FOR AG INDUSTRY

EVENTS

POLICE BLOTTER

FBI INVESTIGATES PARADISE POLICE FORCE

EUREKA POLICE LIEUTENANT PLED NOT GUILTY

HUSBAND ARRESTED FOR WIFE'S MURDER
Husband arrested in 1994 LA - area slaying of CIA analyst

WINE WITH MICAH
A lovely little house

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU

FURRY FRIENDS
Adopt a pet from the SYV Humane Society Today!

WORD SEARCH ANSWER

CLASSIFIEDS

UNDERAGE DRINKING

BUSINESS DIRECTORY

HOROSCOPES

Vol. 6 Issue 17

EARTH DAY

Renew your commitment

On the first Earth Day in 1970, the nation was challenged by rampant and often highly visible forms of environmental pollution. ...

GLOBAL GARDENS

Olive oils and vinegars

Theo Stephan was born with entrepreneurial gumption. Even at the age of six, she was bringing home up to $50 a day from her American Seed selling business. ...

REC QUEEN EVENTS

Emily Cota is the official Queen of Santa Ynez Valley Youth Recreation. ...

ANGLERS HOOKED BY TROUT DERBY

Fishermen outnumbered the fish three-to-one at the 13th annual Cachuma Lake Trout Derby April 19-20 as more than 900 participants from all over Southern California tried to catch 300 tagged trout. It might have had something to do with the $2,000 top prize for the highest numbered tag reeled...