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Vol. 8 Issue 33


The players took part in conditioning drills where they sprinted back and forth from midfield to one of two new, freshly painted black-and-orange end zones under the bright sun.

RULING LEAVES GAY MARRIAGE AT THE ALTAR

A recent decision by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has legal scholars scratching their heads. ...

ICE TAKING HEAT ABOUT NEW FINGER-PRINTING PROGRAM

When the Secure Communities program was introduced to Santa Barbara County in January, local federal officials touted it as a streamlined way to target illegal immigrants who have committed crimes, especially violent ones....

BUELLTON COUNCIL ON PAR WITH ZACA CREEK COURSE


At the latest meeting, City Manager John Kunkel told the council he had recently received a call from Pete Concepcion, the Zaca Creek Golf Course manager, in which Concepcion told Kunkel he may have to give up his current lease on the golf course due to financial difficulties and asked...

OLD MISSION GALA LURES REVELERS


Visitors explored booths full of homemade baked goods, food, drinks and local crafts, and children spoiled for a chance to jump in the bounce houses, scale a rock-climbing wall, drop down a dual slide and throw balls at the large Velcro target. ...

IN CASE OF EMERGENCY


A booted footfall preceded a member of the search-and-rescue team rounding the corner. “We need medical; we’ve got another victim by building five.” ...