Archive » February 4, 2010

Vol. 8 Issue 5

WAS WATER BOARD OUT OF BOUNDS?

Opponents of the Santa Ynez River Water Conservation District: ID1 say it had no right to oppose a South Coast pipeline. The charges are fueled by a map showing a hotly contested section of river lies outside of the District’s boundaries....

SUPERVISORS LEAVE D.A. DECISION IN VOTERS' HANDS

The Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors skirted political backlash Tuesday, choosing not to appoint an interim district attorney to complete the term of Christie Stanley, who is stepping down as District Attorney after a protracted battle with lung cancer....

LOCAL STUDENT PITCHES IN TO HELP HAITI SPELL RELIEF

Midland School junior Kevin Jung had been looking for an organization to benefit after raising $2,000 during the past year....

STUDENTS WEIGH IN ON SCHOOL CAFETERIA CUISINE

High school cafeterias are notorious for giving students nightmares of inedible butterscotch pudding and unrecognizable mystery-meat specials....

SCHOOL PROGRAM GETS ITS FAIR SHARE

After months of fundraising, a last-ditch effort to secure finances paid off....