Archive » May 26, 2011

WILD ART

Vol. 9 Issue 21

The American Automobile Association is a name that carries instant recognition when it comes to transportation and, thanks to a special collection, AAA’s name is also getting recognition in the art world. Part of that collection went on display at the Wildling Art Museum in Los Olivos this week and is now open to the public.

MEMORIAL DAY SALUTE

A day of solemn remembrance was observed across the United States on Monday. ...

CALLS FOR COMMUNICATION HEARD

Monday night’s Solvang City Council meeting was full: full of agenda items and full of citizens eager to make their voices heard. ...

UCSB STUDENTS MAY SEE TUITION SPIKE

University of California students may be among those who bear the brunt of an “all-cuts” budget, especially under a scenario where tuition could skyrocket by 32% later this year....

CALTRANS RETURNS TO COURT OVER SUICIDE BARRIER

Caltrans may be given the green-light to move forward with its suicide barrier project on Cold Spring Bridge when a superior court judge on Tuesday, May 31, decides whether to approve the project’s final environmental report....

HIGH SCHOOL HONORS SENIORS

The community gathered for an evening dedicated to honoring graduating seniors and there was no shortage of qualified recipients. ...

TOUR REACHES CRESCENDO IN SOLVANG

The city of Solvang spent months preparing for the Amgen Tour of California and only hours after it began May 20, the race left the town. ...

AVIATION PROGRAM BENEFITS YOUTH

Amid the drone of aircraft at the Santa Ynez Airport, Santa Maria teenager Kitreena scuffed along the blacktop toward a smiling pilot leaning against his small plane....