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ON THE RANCH

VALLEY PLAN EIR
Comment period extended

GUARD ASSISTED WITH FIRE

SOOS, SQUIRES TOP USA PLAY

BUELLTON CITY COUNCIL
New issues and old jam agenda

GAP FIRE NEARLY OUT

CREEKSIDE & LOS ALAMOS PLAN
Creekside Village and Los Alamos Community Plan move forward

WATER DISTRICT BILL
Nava puts the brakes on

PIONEER FAMILY
Historical Society honors family

BUSH LIFTS OIL DRILLING BAN

CAPPS RIPS BUSH ON DRILLING

FEE WAIVERS FOR FIRE VICTIMS
Immigration service announces fee waivers

LOCAL GROUP WINS ROUND WITH BIA

GILROY SAVORS ALL THINGS GARLIC

UC SERVICE WORKERS STRIKE

FOUR IN NORTH COUNTY ARRESTED

TEAM TRINITY
Team Trinity not selected for Olympics

CITIZEN PARTICIPATION
Santa Barbara County Governmental Agencies

IT'S JUST MY OPINION

TOY PLANES & COMPLICATED DRUGS

BUSH SEES 'DIFFICULT TIME' FOR AMERICANS

BUSINESS BRIEF

PRICES: HOW HIGH IS UP?

EDITORIAL

MUSINGS
IS MCCAIN TOO OLD?

WHAT A NEW WATER DISTRICT MEANS

IMPORTANT NUMBERS

OP-ED
Federal judge decision supports citizens, says fee-to-trust process flawed

A & E BRIEFS

RUNNERS CARRY PRAYERS TO CENTRAL AMERICA
Runners carry northern prayers to Central America

WATER SAFETY
Water safety as important as ever

HOOFBEATS
A leap of faith with Paul McEnroe

THE BOOKWORM
“How to Survive Your Freshman Year”

THE HEALTHY GEEZER

PLANE TALK
Cars and planes gather locally

GOLF & TRAVEL
The Glacier Club in Durango, Colo.

TEENAGERS
When a child becomes a teen, sluggishness sets in

VALLEY EVENTS

CROSSWORD
"On the Green"

THIS WEEK'S RECIPE
BLT Salad

FROM THE LEFT
What is outsourcing?

FROM THE RIGHT
Is outsourcing good or bad?

FURRY FRIENDS
Adopt a pet today!

POLICE BLOTTER

CLASSIFIEDS

HOROSCOPES

THIS WEEK IN HISTORY

CROSSWORD SOLUTION
"On the Green"

LOCAL BUSINESS DIRECTORY

Vol. 6 Issue 29

GOING SOLAR

Going solar can save money

We all feel the heat… gasoline and electricity are not getting any cheaper. ...

SANTA YNEZ WATER GARDENS

It was while working for Julian George at Central Coast Rock that Michael Murphy discovered the Santa Ynez Valley. ...

WORLD TRAVELER

Ancient wonders, above and below ground

As I travel through a Biblical land, I find myself walking not like an Egyptian, but like an American trying desperately to keep my sweaty limbs from touching. This bowlegged walk has been adopted by tourists of all nationalities, and gives great comic relief to the locals....

  • By Lauren Crecelius, Valley Journal Foreign Service
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