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ON THE RANCH

CHAMBERLIN RANCH MAY HOST FESTIVAL
Ranch may host an 8,000 person outdoor music festival

NEWS BRIEFS

PROGRAMS AVAILABLE FOR EMANCIPATED FOSTER YOUTH
Independent Living Program

SOLVANG SCHOOL RECYCLES IT ALL
Go Green Committee

TEAM TYPE 1 VISITS SOLVANG SCHOOL
Professional cyclists discuss the Amgen Tour

OBITUARY
Betty Zane Lanford

COUNTY FACES DECLINING REVENUES
Budget situation precarious

SOMETHING IN THE AIR IN GOLETA
Ellwood Bluff butterflies

OTHER SIDE OF THE HILL BRIEFS

LETTERS

BUSINESS BRIEFS

ALL DRESSED UP IN VALLEY STYLE
Lady Bug Boutique

VALENTINE SECTION
Recipe and articles on Valentine's Day

REAL DEALS HELP PEOPLE
Trendy thrift shopping

VALLEY PEOPLE
When life gives you lemons, you should buy a feed and milling company

ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT
Love is in the air at Mission Santa Inés

A & E BRIEFS

EDUCATION
High School students make cents

EDUCATION BRIEFS

SY HIGH SPORTS SCHEDULE
February 2 to 8

SPORTS BRIEFS
Johnny Henno

GOLF & TRAVEL
Enjoy the view by taking the train

CITIZEN PARTICIPATION

POLICE BLOTTER

CALIFORNIA CRIME IN BRIEF

BOOKWORM
A review of ‘Freedom Song’ by Mary C. Turck

HEALTHY GEEZER

CROSSWORD

RECIPE
Persian Rice Pilaf With Saffron and Pomegranates Serves 6 to 8 as a side dish

EVENTS

BUSINESS DIRECTORY

HOROSCOPE

CROSSWORD SOLUTION

CLASSIFIEDS

FAMOUS BIRTHDAYS

FURRY FRIENDS
Adopt a pet today!

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BREAKING NEWS

3rd District Contest Continues

Judge limits some evidence in Pappas hearing...

Inside this week's edition

AG PRESERVE SHOOTS DOWN EVENT

Ag Preserve Advisory Committee shoot down proposed 8,000-person event at Chamberlin Ranch...

FARR RESPONDS

Two weeks after Steve Pappas’ subpoena of the names, resident addresses, dates of birth and citizenship of all students enrolled at the University of California, Santa Barbara at the time of last year’s election, 3rd District Supervisor Doreen Farr issued a statement responding to claims that her win...

MENTAL HEALTH BRACES FOR FINANCIAL UNCERTAINTY

ADMHS unsure how it will far the next two years

In the midst of the state budget crisis, Santa Barbara County Alcohol Drug and Mental Health Services is unsure about how it will fare during the next two fiscal years. ...

AG PERMITTING PROCESS COULD GET EASIER

Final adoption could happen later this year

The effort to make it easier for farmers and ranchers to build small additional structures on their agricultural land is underway. ...

URGENT NEED FOR FOSTER HOMES IN SYV

Not enough foster families available

There is an immediate need for more foster families in the Santa Ynez Valley for children of all ages, and a longtime local foster parent encourages local families to get involved. ...

CITY READY TO TAKE OVER SANITARY DISTRICT

Goleta City Council meeting

A standing-room-only crowd filled the chambers Feb. 3 at the Goleta City Council’s meeting as it took action to move forward on “detaching” from the Goleta West Sanitary District. ...

THANK YOU STAFF SERGEANT TOWNSEND

Tribute to a fallen hero

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RURAL LIFE

Cattle ranching is business and a way of life

If someone were to point you toward 100 or so 400-pound calves and then asked you to wrestle them to the ground, brand them, inoculate them, and in the case of bull calves, castrate them, how likely would you be to take on that job?...