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Vol. 8 Issue 14

PAROLEE REPORTING CENTERS GET GREEN LIGHT

Inching closer to fruition are two proposed state day reporting centers intended to prevent future violation from parolees. The Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday tentatively approved a two-year $3.2 million contract with Community Solutions Inc. (CSI), a nonprofit organization based on the East Coast, to provide services to...

COMMUNITY GROUP LEERY OF CHUMASH/PARKER DEAL

Fess Parker was know for many things including his acting and wine making, but his legacy in the Santa Ynez Valley may be one of controversy. Last month, Parker died at the age of 85 and nearly 1,400 acres of his land holdings in Santa Ynez were sold to the...

BOARD OKS LAW TO SNUFF OUT SMOKE

After listening to a dozen speakers decry smoking at parks and beaches, the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday gave an enthusiastic nod to a ban on tobacco use at county-owned recreational areas. ...

SHOOTING FAR AND HIGH

Local student, shutterbug captures prestigious prize...

TRACK CRUISES

In recent track and field action, the Santa Ynez boys and girls teams both prevailed against Cabrillo....

BOYS' TENNIS TRIUMPHS AGAIN

The Santa Ynez High boys’ tennis team boosted its record to 11-1 on April 1, thanks to a 13-5 win over Morro Bay....