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Vol. 8 Issue 42

Stacy Hall at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church is often full of the hustle and bustle of parish life.

LONG-TIME REPRESENTATIVE GALLEGLY RUNS ON NUTS AND BOLTS OF CONSERVATISM

Anyone who drives through the 24th Congressional District gets the impression that Elton Gallegly has hit the mark with straight-ticket conservative voters. Arrayed alongside the campaign signs of other Republican standard-bearers, including gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman and senatorial hopeful Carly Fiorina, are Gallegly’s displays – his name emblazoned above the...

PROP 25: END TO GRIDLOCK?

Every year, California lawmakers are legally required to pass the budget by midnight on June 15. But for the past 23 years, failing to reach agreement on a budget before the deadline has become the norm. ...

SKYTT TRIES TO DISTANCE HIMSELF FROM RICHARDSON

Skytt said when he came to the council, it was rife with infighting and mocked by other governments. During his time on the council, he said respect was restored. Skytt also said he brings a unique, business-minded approach to the position. ...

COLLEGE SUBMISSION DEADLINES LOOM

The fall sky may be clear and warm, but the shadow of looming college-application deadlines is darkening over the world of high school seniors....

BUELLTON COUNCIL OKS PACT, WATER MANAGEMENT PLAN

The Buellton City Council has approved a contract with Dale Schade for Code Enforcement Services....

DAY IN THE COUNTRY

Hundreds of folks lined downtown Los Olivos on Saturday morning to watch the 30th annual Day in the Country parade wind its way through town....