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Toy story

Vol. 9 Issue 51

Prince Lionheart was a man who wanted to enthusiastically pursue his own creative ideas rather than be a peasant worker under a dark regime. So pursue he did.

On the ranch

Surprise? No, I am really excited to read the recent articles based on a press release sent from the Santa Barbara County’s District Attorney’s office declaring that no fraud, particularly in the 3rd District in the 2008 presidential election occurred....

Tribe fails to get letter of support

The controversy over the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians’ plan to place 1,400 acres into federal trust spilled over to the Lompoc City Council chambers Tuesday, with tribal chairman Vincent Armenta requesting a letter of support for the annexation from a city he said benefits from the Chumash Casino...

County adopts policy to curb fraud, theft

Chalked up to difficult economic times, a rise in theft has compelled the Board of Supervisors to unanimously adopt a new fraud, theft and loss policy. ...

Small only in square footage

Looking for a family-friendly way to spend a low-key day, locals and visitors alike need look no further than the tiny hamlet that is Los Alamos....

Chaves ready to reach next level

Some of the toughest matches so far this season for Santa Ynez Valley Union High wrestler Blake Chaves have been against an opponent the 220-pounder knows all too well....

Sheriff's blotter

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