Archive » April 21, 2011

LAST CHANCE

Vol. 9 Issue 16

North of Buellton, sitting on a frontage road that parallels the 101 Freeway is a diner. It’s been shuttered for years but remains an icon of the Valley’s highway system.

SCHOOL BUDGETING, A STEP AHEAD

Next year’s budget is good to go. It’s the years afterward that weigh heavy on their minds....

BOARD PRESENTS REPORTS ON COSTS PROBE

During the last election, water board challengers including current president Dennis Beebe, Karen Carroll and Larry Musgrove ran on a platform of reform....

BUELLTON PASSES SEWER AND WATER RATE INCREASES

The Buellton City Council turned down Mark Connolly’s request for a three-year extension of a development agreement that would have enabled him to pursue a proposed assisted-living and memory-care center....

HAY TODAY, GONE TOMORROW

Ask just about anyone: Good hay is hard to find, and hard on the pocketbook when you do....

STORIES OF OVERCOMING AT RELAY FOR LIFE

Jeanne Greenfield finally got to share her miraculous story with dozens of local residents this past weekend. After a five-year hiatus, the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life returned to the Valley....