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Thoughtful and articulate comments, especially from people with relevant knowledge, greatly enhanced my reading of the online Independent.
Shy Chihuahua needs a home!
I think your readership would appreciate a little special publicity for this double Pulitzer Prize-winner on stories of deep meaning.
Forensic audit discovers almost 300 false invoices filed over nine years.
Home to City Hall, this plaza has been a focal point of the city's social life since the 1820s.
Disaster after disaster, our Indy team never relents!
Timber companies target 2,800 acres of trees near Mt. Pinos along the Tecuya Ridge.
I welcome Target with open arms, but I am opposed to the store's redundancies.
The relationship between our public safety agencies is paramount, and we need to consider who is best suited to be the leader of our Sheriff’s department.
Event raises $225,000.
Should county supervisors take large amounts of money from companies that seek their approval?
A pair of bills aim to counter the federal government's new push for production.
The first two weeks of service have seen a daily average topping 180 riders.
The United Way is giving to Santa Barbara nonprofits and offering direct cash grants.
The incumbent is facing challenges from two of his lieutenants.
County Animal Services will host free and discount pet services on April 22.
As it separates from Santa Barbara, help needed to change barcodes.
UCSB’s Peter Alagona on teaching first-year students, wildlife in cities, and bringing grizzlies back.
UCSB Arts and Lectures presented the Met Opera star on April 15.
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