Archive » May 21, 2009

Vol. 7 Issue 21

WELL ORDINANCE MAY HURT RIDING CENTER, THERAPEUTIC RIDING PROGRAM

The Santa Ynez Valley Equestrian Center and the Santa Ynez Therapeutic Riding Program face a serious well problem that could jeopardize the facility. ...

COMMUNITY CONCERNED WITH AFFORDABLE HOUSING ELEMENT OF VALLEY PLAN

A standing-room-only crowd at the May 13 Santa Ynez Valley Community Plan hearing, held in Solvang, had dissipated to a few dozen stalwarts when the time came to decide where to have the next meeting. ...

SUPES WANT TO TOUGHEN SEXUAL PREDATOR LAW

The Board of Supervisors look to expand Jessica’s Law, which allows counties and cities to regulate sex offenders. ...

'EVERY 15 MINUTES' AT SANTA YNEZ HIGH

On May 19, Santa Ynez Valley Union High School held an “Every 15 Minutes” assembly to drive home the message DON’T drink and drive. ...

HOOFBEATS

Valley roots for champion cowboy and gal

Did the Santa Ynez Valley save world champion rodeo cowboy Ty Murray when he was a contestant on “Dancing With the Stars?” ...

‘THE ALZHEIMER'S PROJECT’

A free series of documentaries produced by HBO will change the way you look at the disease.

Usually on this page in the Journal, we write about local events and activities. This review is an exception because a new series of documentaries produced by HBO is exceptional....

SATISFY YOUR SWEET TOOTH AT MUNCHIE'S

Munchie’s Sweets and Treats

Since opening the doors of Munchie’s Sweets and Treats in February, brother and sister Jessica Elledge and David Wilbur have been busy stocking inventory and coming up with creative advertising strategies....

TY WARNER SEA CENTER

Where else can you become a raindrop or adopt an octopus?

The ocean is what draws people to Santa Barbara, and sharing its deep mysteries with the public at large is the Ty Warner Sea Center. ...