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Earth, Wind, Fire, and Us

Everyone engaged on the front lines of the current debate about how to deal with wildfire has some of the answers.

Seed Home Project

I designed what I call the WholEarth system to end hunger and homelessness in Anytown, USA.

Stories and Secrets of Long-Lasting Love

Married for more than 70 years, three couples share their stories of love, commitment, and companionship.

Moorpark Rolls over Bishop Diego 33-14

Bishop Diego falls to 0-3 in Camino League play after loss to Moorpark.

Dos Pueblos High School Stirs Political Pot

Senior-class picture features MAGA and LIBERALS!

Community Forum Provides Updates on Immigration Enforcement

About 9 percent of people in Santa Barbara County are undocumented.

‘Bad Times at the El Royale’: An Entertaining Thriller

Mystery abounds in this twist-filled spectacle.

‘The Guilty’ Is Intense, Twist-Filled Film

Director Gustav Möller’s movie is as exciting as a cerebral, filmic venture and touching as a fully, knotty human story.

Santa Barbara Launches Interactive Street Sweep Map

Users can identify dates, times, and routes for street sweeping by address and colored areas.

Santa Barbara Zoo Bids Farewell to Beloved Elephant

Sujatha passes away at 47 years old.

San Marcos Drops Playoff Opener

San Marcos suffers disappointing loss in playoff opener.

Ron Werft Honored as Healthcare Hero at SBNC Luncheon

S.B. Neighborhood Clinics discusses $20 million campaign.

Santa Barbara County to Consider App-Driven Rental Two-Wheelers

A meeting is scheduled November 6 for ordinance regulations.

Indigenous Peoples' Day Established in Santa Barbara County

Supervisors unanimously approved the second Monday in October.

Disaster Relief Rundown for Santa Barbara 

A tally of nonprofit giving since the Thomas Fire and 1/9 Debris Flow. 

Newly Restored Wetlands Opens Public Trails

North Campus Open Space near UCSB is seeing wildlife returning already.

Sanitary District Fairness?

It is far from clear why Warner Owens’s seat is not being contested in this election.

Unhinged for Power?

Is the Democratic Party a danger to America?

Michael McDonald Performs at Youth Interactive Benefit

Nonprofit that runs arts entrepreneurship program honors Tom Parker.

UCSB Defeats UC Davis 1-0

Gauchos defeat UC Davis 1-0 to remain unbeaten at Harder Stadium.

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