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ON THE RANCH

CLEVENGER HIRED BY S.B. SCHOOL

SYVUHS ASKED TO FESTIVAL

HISTORIC TRUST
Trust looks to restore mill, groves

JENNIFER WOOTEN AND GOOD WITCH
Wooten selected to compete for Olympics short list

CELL PHONE PROHIBITION
New laws affect drivers

GALLEGLY LAUNCHES E-MAIL NEWSLETTERS

BOOM FESTIVAL
Young talent focused

SEWER SPILL
Spill caught before homes were affected

BUELLTON IS OUR TOWN
Citizens group pushes boundary limit

SOLVANG COUNCIL TALKS BUDGET

THREE TEACHERS LAUDED

SHERIFF SEEKS INFORMATION ABOUT HOMICIDE
Homicide in Isla Vista

SOLVANG HIKES FEES FOR LOCAL EVENTS

ORCUTT FIRE

$100,000 AWARD TO SYVUHS
School wins Best Buy Teach Award

U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY
SYVUSH students in the academy

LAKE TAHOE CASTLE
Donor underwrites endowment to maintain castle

UNICORN DEER FOUND
Unique deer found in Italian nature preserve

YOUNG SHARPSHOOTERS FETED

FROM THE LEFT
Are we winning in Iraq?

FROM THE RIGHT
Are we winning in Iraq?

IT'S JUST MY OPINION
About oil - Part ll

GREEN SCENE
Green scene seed planted in Los Olivos

BEAT FEARS BY THE BUNCH

STIMULUS PAYMENTS
Payments result in record May deficit

INTERNET ATTACK
Security hole exposes utilities

GUEST EDITORIALS

LAKEVIEW PROMENADE SAFETY DISASTER
Lakeview Promenade project a traffic gridlock and safety distaster

LETTERS

HELPING NURTURE THE READING HABIT

LOS OLIVOS OLIVE AND JAZZ FESTIVAL

A & E BRIEFS

STUDENTS HELP SCIENTISTS
Second grade students’ find helps museum scientists

AIDS/LIFECYCLE FUNDRAISER

THE BOOKWORM
"Encore"

THE HEALTHY GEEZER

GOLF & TRAVEL

LOVE IN BLOOM, LOCALLY

KORTAN IN US OPEN
18 months after heart attack, Kortan in US Open

EVENTS

MORE POLICE
Sheriff’s detectives make arrest in copper theft case

POLICE BLOTTER

WORD SEARCH
"At The Theater"

THIS WEEK'S RECIPE
Cocoa Nib Ice Cream with Caramelized Cocoa Nibs

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

LOCAL BUSINESS DIRECTORY

CLASSIFIEDS

HOROSCOPES

WORD SEARCH SOLUTION
"At The Theater"

Vol. 6 Issue 24

STUDENTS RECREATE MASTERS IN CHALK

The sun rises to illuminate the forms of 159 taped squares on the concrete around the Santa Ynez Valley Union High School campus and a gaggle of students rushing to begin working on their chalk pieces....

YOUNG MINDS CONJURE AFRICA

Perhaps the surest way to teach young children about faraway places and exotic people is to let the youngsters learn through art. ...

PLANE TALK

What to do at 102?

Alice Kladnik remembers her first airplane ride and the airplane she rode in! ...