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ON THE RANCH

VILLAGE PLAN
Public asked to comment on Buellton's plan

OBJECTIONS TO WATER BILL REMAIN

SOLVANG COUNCIL WAIVES PARKING REQUIREMENT

NEWS BRIEFS

MISSION DEDICATION
Mision dedicates descendants of old olive trees

RIVERSIDE COURTS DUMP CASES
Overwhelmed courts dump criminal cases

PREPARING FOR SCHOOL YEAR

MASSARI AS UCSB DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS

BUELLTON FILLS PLANNING COMMISSION SEAT

WATER SOFTENER BAN

CORRECTION

SCHWARZENEGGER COULD BE N0-SHOW AT CONVENTION

BREAST CANCER RESEARCH FUNDRAISER

SUPES WRESTLE WITH OIL LETTER TO GOVERNOR

ARTIC SEA ICE DROPS

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CLASSES

MATTHEW WILKINSON DIES

IT'S JUST MY OPINION

CITIZEN PARTICIPATION

BUELLTON CHAMBER MIXER

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS

VISITOR ASSOCIATION MIXER

LOS OLIVOS ROTARY HONORS TWO

NEVADA TO OFFER WIND POWER INCENTIVES

CALIF AUTO INSURANCE
California to tie auto insurance to miles driven

JURY AWARDS MATTEL IN BRATZ SUIT

EDITORIALS

PUBLIC SQUARE

LETTERS

TODD ROGERS HONORED

A & E BRIEFS

DANCE FESTIVAL OPEN SEASON

DR RICK ZANDER VOLUNTEERS IN PHILIPPINES

DREAM HOME RAFFLE

'EVENING IN BAVARIA' FUNDRAISER
San Lorenzo Dinner and Auction

SOLVANG CAR SHOW

STUDENT NEEDS A HOST FAMILY

THE BOOK WORM
“The Football Uncyclopedia”

PLANE TALK
Important Paperwork

GOLF & TRAVEL
Desert Pines and The Mirage

HIGH SCHOOL RODEO COMES TO THE VALLEY
Equestrian Association to sponsor two rodeo events

EVENTS

CROSSWORD
John Wayne Movies

THIS WEEK'S RECIPE
School lunches

FROM THE LEFT
Who does the media favor?

IMPORTANT NUMERS

THE HEALTHY GEEZER

FROM THE RIGHT
Is the media biased?

POLICE BLOTTER

LOCAL BUSINESS DIRECTORY

HOROSCOPES

CLASSIFIEDS

FURRY FRIENDS
Adopt a pet today!

CROSSWORD SOLUTION

Vol. 6 Issue 35

AILIE CHAMBERLIN DIES

Ailie Chamberlin of Los Olivos, who rode horseback through California’s coastal ranchlands in a time when there were no paved highways, has died at the age of 102. ...

WORLD TRAVELER

Two months, 14 plane rides, and one new duffle bag full of souvenirs after our journey began, Courtney De Graff and I found ourselves back home in Northern California. Having run out of deodorant, razor blades, and clean underwear countries ago, we were ready to end our backpacking adventures.

  • By Lauren Crecelius, Valley Journal Foreign Service
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SAGE HILL OPEN HORSE COMPETITION

To be held at Live Oak Camp

Registration began this week for the annual Sage Hill Open Horse Competitive Trail Ride, which will take place on Nov. 8 and 9 at Live Oak Camp....