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ON THE RANCH
Infrastructure woes

CONVERT WASTE TO ENERGY
Living Green

NEWS BRIEFS

RACE FOR 3RD DISTRICT SUPERVISOR
Victoria Pointer enters race

BUELLTON APPROVES RACQUET CLUB
City Council votes to approve

BOARD DECLINES GAMING REPORT

JAIL OVERCROWDING REPORT
Board OKs jail overcrowding report but stresses lack of funds

BLUE CROSS LETTER
Blue Cross withdraws questioned letter

THERAPEUTIC RIDING TO GET FUNDS
February recipient for New Frontier's monthly five percent donation

CALIFORNIA'S BUDGET DEFICIT
California’s budget deficit grows to $16 billion

ACCIDENT INJURES THREE WORKERS

TAX PREPARATION FEES
California averages $246 per year

RETIREMENT PLAN PARTICIPANTS TO SUE
Supreme Court ruled participants can sue to recover their losses

FROM THE LEFT
Obama and Clinton: Who should be their running mates?

FROM THE RIGHT
McCain’s veep

HOW TO CELEBRATE LEAP DAY

IT’S JUST MY OPINION
How much is this election costing taxpayers?

LA BELLA ROSA HONORED AT RIBBON CUTTING

BUSINESS BRIEFS

AMGEN STAGE 5
Solvang gets ready for Amgen’s Stage 5

EDITORIAL

WINNING THE FIGHT AGAINST AIDS

STATE SENATOR CONSIDERS DOOLITTLE'S SEAT

FOOD AND WINE
My first time

A & E BRIEFS

SCHOOL SCENE
AP physics captures interest

STUDENTS TO PRESENT VARIETY SHOWCASE
18th annual Arts Outreach Showcase

THE HEALTY GEEZER
When does menopause really begin?

PLANE TALK
Santa Barbara tower

GOLF & TRAVEL
Hotel Angeleno & the Getty

PHOTO COMPETITION

BOOKWORM
The Monters of Templeton

EVENTS

POLICE BLOTTER

COMMUNITY SERVICE

MAKE SOLVANG SHINE DAY
Solvang cleans up

OBITUARY
Leota K. Martin

FURRY FRIENDS
Find a dog or cat to take home

CLASSIFIEDS

Vol. 6 Issue 8

CLEVENGER DISMISSED; CONTRACT RENEWAL DENIED

High school leadership crisis

With a unanimous vote, the school board of the valley’s namesake high school sacked its popular and respected principal despite an outpouring of community opposition and disbelief. ...

FORSYTHE CELEBRATES NINETY

Actor celebrates with friends

Probably filed in the “never to be forgotten” part of your brain is that moment when actress Marilyn Monroe stole the show with her breathy rendition of “Happy Birthday, Mr. President.” John F. Kennedy certainly enjoyed it....

HOOFBEATS

Rocking Horses

It’s fun to discover unusual horse breeds kicking up their heels in the Santa Ynez Valley. ...