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On the Ranch


Commission OKs children’s museum

View of the Valley

Start a chain reaction

Cachuma Lake fishing report

It's just my opinion
Random observations: budgets, taxes and more

Crime on Land in Federal Trust
Chumash Casino

Representation without taxation

Draft Mitigation/Cooperative Agreement proposed
Santa Ynez Chumash Casino tribe and Santa Barbara County

She dances with horses

Citizen Participation

Gone to the dogs

A seat at the table
How (not) to barbecue a whole pig

No stopping Stapp

Golf & Travel
Ojai Valley Inn

Sheriff's Blotter

O’s Best Advice Ever! • What should you do? Read this book

Healthy Geezer


Egg, shrimp and scallion pancakes


Crossword Solution

Notice to readers

Furry Friends
Adopt a pet in need today!

Down but not out

Vol. 9 Issue 41


Water rates change with little protest

On Monday night, the Solvang city council voted 4-1 to restructure the city’s water rates and sewer rates, and to raise overall revenue by up to 5.25% each year for the next four years. ...

Jury questions mental health services

Santa Barbara County privatized its mental health system for jail inmates in mid-2009, and as part of that move, handed oversight of inmate services from the county’s Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Service Department to a private company....

Hundreds explore career possibilities

Allan Hancock College hosted a “Career Exploration Day” on Oct. 7 at its Santa Maria campus. ...



Early rains at Rusack’s

Timing is everything....

School inducts Wall honorees

High up on the gym’s wall their pictures hang, but it is their legacy of succeeding excellence, now infused into the reputation the school, that was being honored....