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ON THE RANCH

BRIEFS

GRANT MAY GIVE ADVANTAGE TO SCHOOL DISTRICTS

VIEW OF THE VALLEY

GOLETA ITEMS UP IN AIR

OFFBEAT

A MAYOR'S PERSPECTIVE ABOUT LOT 72

IT'S JUST MY OPINION
Why can’t we all just get along? – Part II

LETTERS

HOOFBEATS
The Westfall’s family affair

IN THE CONSERVATORY ...
Solvang-based music mentor, studio owner exudes a violin nature

REC N ROLL TAKES CENTER STAGE

FINDING PARADISE
Creek side meditation

JIM LUKSIC’S ACADEMY AWARD PREDICTIONS
“And the Oscar goes to…”

SY BOYS GET THE VOLLEYBALL ROLLING

SANTA YNEZ HIGH VARSITY BASEBALL EYES FIRST PITCH

PIRATES' RUN FALLS SHORT

GROUP GAINS TOLERANCE

GOLF & TRAVEL
Seacrest Beach Florida

CITIZEN PARTICIPATION

SHERIFF'S BLOTTER

HEALTHY GEEZER

BOOKWORM
‘A Century and Some Change’ by Ann Nixon Cooper with Karen Grigsby Bates

CROSSWORD

RECIPE
Three-Cheese and Sun-Dried Tomato Strata

EVENTS

CROSSWORD SOLUTION

CLASSIFIEDS

BUSINESS DIRECTORY

FURRY FRIENDS
Adopt a pet today!

FOR ALL THE MARBLE

Vol. 8 Issue 9

Sculptor carves out a living as Los Olivos rock star

SOUTH COAST PIPELINE BACK FROM THE DEAD

Dominating the Santa Ynez River Water District: ID No. 1 agenda during a special meeting was a strategy to patch up its relationship with the South Coast and to revitalize plans to build the “double barrel” project. The district’s boardroom was packed – 17 people attended Monday’s assembly –...

CITY OF SOLVANG STATES ITS CASE

The Solvang Chamber of Commerce played host to the State of the City Address, which took place at the Alisal Guest Ranch as Brad Vidro, the city’s general manager, spoke to the crowd of Solvang business men and women over lunch....

SUPES TAKE ANOTHER STAB AT BUDGET

Facing a nearly $40 million shortfall, the Board of Supervisors convened its second budget workshop in an effort to identify unnecessary costs that could be nixed this summer....

SEEING THEIR FUTURE

For teen boys, a sense of purpose takes shape at Los Prietos academy...