Archive » June 2, 2011

LEADING THE WAY

Vol. 9 Issue 22

Dozens of girls heard first-hand accounts of what it is like to be women working in challenging and exciting careers.

CALTRANS WINS BATTLE OVER BARRIER

Construction of the Cold Spring Canyon Bridge suicide barrier will take up this summer where it left off last July, when a judge stopped the project because Caltrans failed to adequately circulate the project’s environmental study....

PRE-SCHOOLERS IN THE PARK

With one student saying he’d learned “to be nice to girls, but not kissing,” another noting “I know how to share and not to fight” and with the whole crew singing, “I can say my letters, I know my numbers to, I’ve been going to preschool, all the yearlong through,”...

BUELLTON BUYS GOLF COURSE PARCEL; PUBLIC SKEPTICAL

The 24-acre property housing the former Zaca Creek Golf Course now belongs to the city of Buellton, but whether it will stay a golf course is uncertain. ...

THANK YOU ALONE ISN'T ENOUGH

With much to crow about, this week the quality and quantity of effort local high school teachers and staff put forth for the betterment of Valley youth was recognized....

LETTERS

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RANGELAND TRUST CELEBRATES THE VALLEY

The many supporters of the California Rangeland Trust enjoyed the sweeping vistas of the 10,000 acre San Lucas Ranch at a fundraiser to protect America’s valuable ranch lands for future generations. ...

A SEAT AT THE TABLE

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