Archive » June 24, 2010

STRIKE UP THE BAND

Vol. 8 Issue 25

Approaching the festival’s main stage, guests are greeted by a colorful array of booths. Brightly dyed cloth hung from racks, tables were covered in mystical amulets and the smells of food quickly found their way to the noses of the festivalgoers.

BREAKING NEWS: shots fired; man and woman dead at home on Manzana Street

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BOARD PROTESTS TRIBE'S ALCOHOL APPLICATION; ARMENTA DENIES DESIRE TO SELL ON FLOOR

The Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors is the latest party to protest a bid by the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians to expand the liquor license at its Chumash Casino Hotel and Resort. ...

DOUBLE BARREL MISFIRES

The project is a pipeline that would meet the water line from Lake Cachuma on the South side of the Santa Ynez Mountains. The conuit is seen as crucial by many on the South Coast because it would provide emergency backup to the aging South Coast Conduit. It would also...

SHERIFF ADVISES SUPES TO GREENLIGHT MEASURE

Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill Brown, citing new poll findings, urged the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday to approve a ballot measure for the Nov. 2 election so that voters can decide whether to raise their sales taxes to help bankroll a new jail. ...

GAVPAC CORRESPONDENCE TO DEAL WITH CHANGES

The end to a way of life could be at stake as the Gaviota Coast Planning Advisory Committee should be sending a letter to the County on Thursday to be submitted to the Board of Supervisors, outlining what changes should be addressed to modifications suggested by the California Coastal Commission...

SANTA YNEZ HIGH TRACK DUO RUNS IT UP


Cody qualified in all three of his races, coming in second in the 400 at 49.64, fourth in the 100 at 11.32 and third in the 200 with a personal record of 22.40. Reck earned his spot in his only race by coming in first in the 800 with a...