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ON THE RANCH

URBAN GROWTH BOUNDARY INITIATIVE
Boundry limit gets $10,000 study

FIREWORKS BANNED

HEARING DELAYED
Hearing delayed for woman chargede in DUI fatality

SOLVANG CHAMBER MIXER
Chamber kicks off summer events

FEDERAL FRAUD INDICTMENT

PRANKS ARE SYMPTOM OF SEASON

AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Housing in Los Alamos moves forward

SYVUHS STUDENTS SOUGHT

OMINOUS FIRE SEASON

PRISONS LOSE AGAIN

APPEALS COURT CLOSES TAX LOOPHOLE
Appeals court closes Indian casino sales tax loophole

JUNE IS GAY & LESBIAN PRIDE MONTH

LAW WOULD REFRAIN FIDO IN THE CAR

STATE SPENDING
Calif. Republicans want to cap state spending

HULA HOOP TURNS 50

FROM THE LEFT
Afghanistan: the forgotten war

FROM THE RIGHT
Is Afghanistan the center of the war against terrorism?

IT’S JUST MY OPINION
Political promises

OP-ED
The new way to view life through the old ball game

A RU SERVES UP SUSHI

FOSSEMALLE

ECONOMIC ESPIONAGE

LETTERS

FEATURES

HOOFBEATS
Mules who rule

HOME GROWN
Fiddlin’ around with Fiddlehead Cellar’s Joseph

A & E BRIEFS

THE HEALTHY GEEZER

THE BOOKWORM
"Queen of the Road"

GOLF & TRAVEL
British Columbia calls

PLANE TALK
Hitting the numbers

TROPHY FOR THE TEAM
Girls’ softball team brings home trophy

HORSEMAN COMES TO BUELLTON
World-famous horseman comes to Buellton

EVENTS

POLICE BLOTTER

SANTA BARBARA KIDNAPPING
Man arrested for kidnapping his mother

POLICE OFFICER CONVICTED
SoCal cop found guilty

MORE POLICE
Goleta man arrested for attempted murder

THIS WEEK'S WORD SEARCH
"Animals"

THIS WEEK'S RECIPE
Spicy Pork and Cucumber

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

HOROSCOPES

WORD SEARCH SOLUTION
"Animals"

LOCAL BUSINESS DIRECTORY

CLASSIFIEDS

Vol. 6 Issue 25

"ANIMALS" PHOTO COMPETITION WINNERS

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BOOM!

BOOM! Festival supported Family Partnership Charter School and young artists

The BOOM! Festival raised approximately $35,000 for the Family Partnership Charter School, which has a local chapter in Solvang and serves Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties. ...

GRAD NIGHT CAPS YEAR FOR SENIORS

The 2008 Grad Night theme was, as in previous years, a mix between tropical paradise and classical pirate hideout, with signs giving dire warnings of doom, such as, “All ye are lost souls.” ...

OLD SANTA YNEZ DAY

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