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ON THE RANCH

BRIEFS

LET IT FLOW: GROUND WATER GETS A RECHARGE

VIEW OF THE VALLEY

CUPCAKE CAMP SANTA BARBARA SWEETLY SURPASSES ALL-TIME RECORDS

OLD SPANISH DAYS FIESTA IN FULL SWING

OFFBEAT

IT'S JUST MY OPINION
Neverland State Park is a really bad idea

LETTERS

VOTING WITH A PURPOSE

FIDDLERS IN THE ROUGH

HOOFBEATS
Super fun at the Equestrian Center

TRIKKE TECH
Not your mom and dad’s tricycle

FINDING PARADISE
Healing hearts with Cody and Michelle Fisher

BONANZA IN THE PARK

SLIVERS OF HOPE IN CAIRO
Students lend a hand – and feet – to young refugees in Egypt

AROUND THE RODEO

GOURMET CHALLENGE FUNDRAISER SEPT. 25

SHERIFF'S BLOTTER

CALIFORNIA CRIME

GOLF & TRAVEL
Omni San Diego and baseball

CITIZEN PARTICIPATION

HEALTHY GEEZER

BOOKWORM
‘An Actor and A Gentleman’ - From the man who once said, “Don’t you eyeball me!”

RECIPE
Minced Tenderloin of Beef With White Truffles

WORD SEARCH
Sea Turtles

EVENTS

CLASSIFIEDS

FURRY FRIENDS
Adopt a pet in need today!

WORD SEARCH SOLUTION

BUSINESS DIRECTORY

AT THE BARBECUE BONANZA

Vol. 8 Issue 31


The grills were flaming, the music was playing and the park was packed. More than 1,000 people – about a quarter of the population – turned out Saturday at the park.

DON'T FIRM UP PLANS YET: COUNTY HOLDS HOUSING HEARING; PUBLIC QUESTIONS IMPACT

A trio of planners – Nate Eady, Peter Enlof, and Paul Clementi – from the county were on hand to conduct an environmental hearing to a small group of skeptical citizens from both North and South County last week, briefly outlining the goals and potential impacts of the 2009-14 Housing...

COUNTY'S HIGHLY TOUTED ENERGY PROGRAM IN LIMBO

The suspension of federal and state funding for loans that allow property owners to make energy improvements has had a rippling effect across the nation, but Santa Barbara County officials are optimistic that its own green-financing program, emPowerSBC, will move forward. ...

COUNTY'S EX-CHIEF TRIAL DEPUTY LYNN PLAYING THE DEFENSE

Call him Josh Lynn, attorney at law....

A CUT ABOVE


We are a barbecue nation, and the season of meat and fire is here. The summer is in full swing and coals are glowing from coast to coast. ...

SY HIGH FOOTBALL EYES NEW SEASON

BR> “I really feel that we’ve got a good chance to compete for a league championship this year,” claims the enthusiastic coach. Winning the league won’t be an easy task, as the Pirates will have to plug players into key positions vacated by last year’s seniors. ...