Archive » October 22, 2009

Vol. 7 Issue 43

NAPLES DEVELOPMENT SUFFERS SETBACK

Developer Matt Osgood’s effort to move forward with his 71-luxury home development at Naples hit a speed bump Tuesday when the county Board of Supervisors rescinded the development agreements he had brokered with the county....

SCHOOL BOARD ASSESSES BUDGET, IB PROGRAM PLAN

Individuals are coming forth to keep hope alive for the International Baccalaureate program at the high school....

CHUMASH: FILL 'ER UP, PLEASE

The Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians plans to demolish its gas station at 3545 E. Highway 246 and build a new, five-pump station at a nearby location....

AMGEN SAYS NO TO SOLVANG

After being selected for professional cycling’s Amgen Tour of California Individual Time Trial for the past three years, Solvang has not been selected as a host city for the 2010 race, according to Carol Petersen and Max Hanberg, co-chairs of the Solvang local organizing committee....

PIRATES RECORD 2ND STRAIGHT SHUTOUT, SET SIGHTS ON TEMPLETON

Consecutive shutouts have the Santa Ynez High varsity football team poised for a significant showdown Friday night....