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WHO'S IN

Vol. 8 Issue 44

It was a close race, but a slate of three people who campaigned to replace the local water board swept in for an apparent victory.

COUNTY YIELDS MIXED RESULTS

Just days before the midterm election, Republican Tom Watson told his supporters that Lois Capps “knows her time is up.” But on Wednesday, when results came in with 100 percent of the precincts reporting, the incumbent for the 23rd District race was all but guaranteed another two years in the...

MATTEI'S LANDMARKED; TOBACCO ORDINANCE MULLED

No one was caught by surprise Tuesday when the Board of Supervisors voted unanimously in favor of designating Mattei’s Tavern a landmark....

BENEFIT FASHION SHOW AN ALL-AROUND SUCCESS

They named the event “Gowns, Gems and Goblins,” but it would have been just as accurate to call it “Purple, Passion and Persistence.” Behind all the glitter and glamour were countless hours of heartfelt determination, all for the benefit of local seniors....

SPOOKY TIME IN SOLVANG

The night was neither dark nor stormy, but something was haunting Solvang under the crisp and starry sky. birthday when Theaterfest becomes the “Centennial Cemetery.” ...

PIRATES SINK SAINTS, SET SAIL FOR CABRILLO

Notwithstanding the final score of 28-7, it was a hard-fought battle at the Pirates’ Homecoming on Oct. 29 against Santa Maria. Cheering on the hosts in Santa Ynez were the class of 1980 and the 1960 CIF championship team....