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ON THE RANCH

NEWS BRIEFS

WILDLING MUSEUM OFFERS NEVERLAND LUNCH AUCTION ITEM

SANTA YNEZ 4-H

COLLEGES GRAPPLE WITH STATE BUDGET SLASHING

GOLETA LAUNCHES EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS CAMPAIGN

OFFBEAT NEWS

SAMMY'S SCRIBBLES

LETTERS

IT'S 'LABOR' DAY, NOT 'UNION' DAY

IT'S JUST MY OPINION
Coming to the defense of old people

DOES THE CONSTITUTION APPLY TO TAXPAYER SUPPORT OF ACORNS?

VAN-TASTIC
Hear the music in Portland

BUSINESS BRIEFS

WHAT THEY DID ON THEIR SUMMER VACATION ...
Summer: the most glorious two and a half months of a student’s year. Two and a half months of freedom to explore and dare.

JIM LUKSIC’S MOVIE REVIEW
‘Seraphine’ 5 out of 5 stars - Brilliant lead performance, unblemished direction bolster year’s finest

HOOFBEATS
The answer to stimulating the economy - Giving everyone a horse would be an old-fashioned key to the future; money will return to the people

AFTER ROAD VICTORY, SANTA YNEZ PREPARES FOR LOMPOC

FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

GOLF & TRAVEL
Home of the first Mardi Gras

CITIZEN PARTICIPATION

POLICE BLOTTER

THE HEALTHY GEEZER
Q. My doctor says it’s time for a colonoscopy. Please tell me I shouldn’t worry about this exam.

BOOKWORM
‘Retail Hell” by Freeman Hall

RECIPE
Handmade Doughnuts with Grappa di Moscato Zabaglione

SUDOKU

EVENTS

FURRY FRIENDS

CLASSIFIEDS

BUSINESS DIRECTORY

SODUKU SOLUTION

Vol. 7 Issue 37

BOARD GREENLIGHTS INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE PROGRAM FOR 2010-11

The Santa Ynez Valley Union High School board room was chockablock Tuesday with eager community members, including parents and students who filled the chairs and lined the walls....

BO DEREK ASKS CONGRESS TO SAVE AMERICAN HORSES

Bo Derek has worked for six years to bring about proper protection of American horses. She has worked with legislators across the United States, and American slaughter houses have been closed for several years now. ...

DANISH DAYS PROMISES PURE DELIGHT

With the 73rd annual Danish Days celebration right around the corner, locals and tourists alike are sure to be charmed at the event featuring traditional festival favorites, new attractions, and of course, all the mouth-watering aebleskivers a person can eat....

UNDER THE HOOD AT M.D. AUTO REPAIR

Valley natives Martin and Jette Meraz have been a staple of automotive repair in Buellton for the last 10 years, and soon they plan on moving the business to a more centralized location on Avenue of Flags....

BUELLTON VET CLINIC SERVES AS ONE-STOP-SHOP

After braving the notoriously sexist veterinary schools of the 1970s, then getting married, becoming pregnant with her son and working for a veterinary clinic, Joni Samuels decided that it was time to strike out on her own....

RODEO STUDENTS, PARENTS EYE MORE RECOGNITION; SANTA YNEZ HIGH KEEPS AN OPEN MIND

Faculty members at Santa Ynez Valley Union High School say rodeo is sufficiently acknowledged, culminating in rewarding its participants with letters....