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ON THE RANCH

ID NO. 1 BOARD GETS EARFUL

WATER BOARD BILL

RURAL CRIME TIPS

NEWS BRIEFS

SB COUNTY RECOGNIZED
SB County recognized for outstanding waste management

INLAND OIL SPILL REGULATIONS
Regulations strenghened in legislation

RECYCLING
County to require recycling of 50 percent of construction waste

JACKSON TO RUN FOR MAYOR

BUELLTON MEASURES
Measures receive ballot designations

SOLVANG COUNCIL MULLS EVENTS COSTS

AMGEN TOUR TO RETURN TO SOLVANG

YOUR LOCAL REPRESENTATIVES

CITIZEN PARTICIPATION
Santa Barbara County Governmental Agencies

IT'S JUST MY OPINION
Show me the money

A WIN FOR OUR COMMUNITY

WATER DISTRICT CAMPAIGN

SANTA YNEZ COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT

DREAM HOME DRAWING

ARTISTE IMPRESSIONIST GALLERY

DIABETES AND DIET WORKSHOP

MINIMUM WAGE GOES UP

MARRIOTT HOSTS CHAMBER MIXER

GATES, BLOOMBERG POOL RICHES

DON'T MESS WITH AMERICAN INGENUITY

EDITORIAL

IMPORTANT NUMBERS

LETTERS

DUBAI BEACH BEHAVIOR

A & E BRIEFS

BEWARE OF SUN EXPOSURE FOR CHILDREN

CHURCHES FILL KIDS' PACKS
Montecito area churches provide 900 backpacks

BRING ON THE BUNDT CAKES

HENLEY FOUNDATION OPENS

THE HEALTHY GEEZER
Question: I heard that marijuana helps glaucoma. I’d like to try it, but won’t I get in trouble?

THE BOOKWORM
“From Baghdad to America”

WOMAN MAULED BY BEAR
Bear mauls woman in rural Kern County

ASHTON LOCKWOOD IS CHAMP

PROTECTING CALIF. SALMON
Water managers must protect Calif. salmon

INCLINE VILLAGE LIGHTHOUSE
Funds sought to repair historic lighthouse

EVENTS

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THIS WEEK'S RECIPE
Fried Chicken with Bacon

WHY DO KIDS MAY HAVE TROUBLE WAKING UP

FROM THE RIGHT

FROM THE LEFT

POLICE BLOTTER

FURRY FRIENDS

SAVE YOUR COMPUTER FROM VIRUSES

LOCAL BUSINESS DIRECTORY

CLASSIFIEDS

HOROSCOPES

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Vol. 6 Issue 30

OASIS IN DUBAI

Oasis becomes a playground in the Emirates

After visiting the dry heat of the Egyptian desert and battling the prehistoric mosquitoes therein, my travel companion, Courtney De Graff, and I were overjoyed to stay in the poshest Muslim city in the world, Dubai....

  • By Lauren Crecelius, Valley Journal Foreign Service
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RABBI ROLLS IN ON A HOG

Members of the Santa Ynez Valley Jewish Community met their new rabbi on July 20 at a brunch hosted by Sam Marmorstein at the Los Olivos Café. Rabbi Jerry Brown was discovered after an extensive search by a committee of the community and will serve as its first non-student...

GOLF & TRAVEL

Most visitors to San Francisco are so enthralled with all that it has to offer that they never venture north of the Golden Gate Bridge. If you really love nature there is a place you must visit—Point Reyes National Seashore. To enjoy this great National Park, an overnight stay...

PLANE TALK

Thunderstorms

Summer is a favorite time of the year for most people. Sunny skies, generally good weather, and moderate temperatures lure us out to play....