Archive » December 10, 2009

Vol. 7 Issue 50

STATE WATER: FROM A TRICKLE TO A DRIP

Bone dry California woke up Monday morning to a downpour. The first of what is expected to be three major storms to hit California soaked the ground and made for slippery roads....

COUNTY TRIES TO WEED OUT MARIJUANA DISPENSARIES

County tries to weed out marijuana dispensaries

Santa Barbara County will soon join a growing list of jurisdictions in California to impose a moratorium on medical marijuana dispensaries....

VIKINGS HELP THE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT SHINE

Susan Villa choked back tears as her grandson, Isaiah Garcia, was moved from his wheelchair onto his new therapeutic tricycle during a holiday bash Monday at the Marriott in Buellton....

TOBACCO USERS GET SWIFT KICK IN THE ASH BY THE COUNTY

Tobacco products will soon be snuffed out of county beaches and parks....

GOVERNOR PROMOTES BOND, PROMISES MISSIONS FOR CENTRAL COAST WATER PROJECTS

Governor promotes bond, Promises millions for Central Coast water projects

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger took the stage in front of 1,600 representatives from California water agencies in San Diego Dec. 3 at the Association of California Water Agencies’ statewide conference....