Archive » June 25, 2009

Vol. 7 Issue 26

BREAKING NEWS!

Man whose company owns Neverland sends open letter to community

An Open Letter to the Santa Barbara Community ...

  • By From Thomas J. Barrack, Jr., Neverland Owner
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DISTRICT OKS BUDGET, HOPE TO BRING BACK TEACHERS

The Santa Ynez Valley Union High School District Board of Education unanimously approved its $10 million budget June 23 for 2009-10, despite protests by some residents over the pink slips issued to 14 teachers. ...

WATER SUPPLY AND BUDGET TOP COUNCIL MEETING

Two Solvang City Council members offered up strong opinions about the potential river well agreement with the Santa Ynez Water District, and the council voted to accept its balanced budget for 2009–10 during its one-hour meeting June 22. ...

GOLETA KICKS OFF OLD SPANISH DAYS

Locals from the valley through Montecito think of Fiesta as an August event, but Fiesta Ranchera at Goleta’s Stow House will bring together people from all over the South Coast June 25 in an early kick off to Old Spanish Days. ...

VALLEY MUSEUM IS A HIDDEN LOCAL TREASURE

Nestled on Edison Street, the Santa Ynez Valley Historical Museum offers artifacts and stories chronicling the diverse history of the valley, as well as one of the largest carriage house collections in the western United States. ...

‘WILDINGS FROM THE DEEP'

A photo exploration of life under the sea now in Los Olivos.

The Wildling Art Museum, which is dedicated to highlighting America’s wilderness areas, aims to help people appreciate nature through the depiction of its unspoiled land and wildlife via multiple art forms....

SPORTS

Shooters return from state with awards

Six months of practice and competitive shooting has paid off for the Valley Clay Busters, who were part of more than 300 kids participating at the State Shoot in Kingsburg, Calif. the weekend of June 19-21....