Archive » June 17, 2010

SHORT THRIFT?

Vol. 8 Issue 24

The United Voluntary Services, a non-profit charitable organization that has been the pride of locals since World War II, has become a source of bitterness and division.

DISTRICT CONSIDERS FUTURE

At Tuesday night’s Santa Ynez River Water Conservation District Improvement District One meeting, the board discussed the future of the body that governs Lake Cachuma. ...

COUNTY BUDGET 'BALANCED,' SHIELDING JOBS, SERVICES

The board on June 11 voted 3 to 2 to adopt the final budget – with 4th District Supervisor Joni Gray and 5th District Supervisor Joseph Centeno dissenting – which would restore $4.4 million to keep several at-risk programs and services intact. ...

SCHOOL'S OUT FOR SUMMER

The rain of mortarboard caps from the sky means one thing: graduation. As school winds down and students get ready for summer, graduation is the last step before seniors are set loose upon the world. ...

SANTA YNEZ DAY BRINGS OLD-TIME FUN

With miniature train rides on one end, the Jones Family music extravaganza on the other, and all sorts of interesting things to do in between, June 12 was a celebration to please all ages. ...