Community News and Announcements
Stories and announcements from citizens, local business, non-profit, and government sources
Headed by Prof. René Weber (Ph.D, M.D.), researchers from the Department of Communication have founded the Media Neuroscience Lab (http://medianeuroscience.org) in the Department of Communication at University of California, Santa Barbara. Read story.
Dr. Patricia Bragg, CEO/President of Bragg Live Food Products and Founder of Bragg Health Institute, along with internationally acclaimed classical-crossover vocal recording-artist and health advocate Duchess Sylvia Valentina, will present a BraggHealth Lecture and Program entitled, ‘The Bragg Healthy Lifestyle - You are what you Eat, Drink, Breathe, Think, Say and Do’ as part of a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a new greenhouse at San Marcos High School beginning at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, May 23, 2013. Read story.
An unarmed Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile was launched during an operational test at 6:27 a.m. here Wednesday from Launch Facility-4 on north Vandenberg. Read story.
CDFW Reminds Residents to be Rattlesnake Safe Read story.
Defensible space is the required space between a structure and the wildland area. Read story.
The artistry of 27 Santa Barbara County ballet students, ages 12-19, and two alumnae Guest Artists was celebrated at the twelfth Ballet Competition of Santa Barbara held March 23rd, 2013 at the Marjorie Luke Theatre in Santa Barbara. Read story.
The men and women of the Santa Barbara Police Department are proud to announce that Officer Keld Hove and Officer Douglas Klug have been selected to receive the Santa Barbara Citizens Council on Crime Award for Superior Performance. Read story.
An operational test launch of an unarmed Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile has been delayed due to a range safety instrumentation issue here Tuesday. Read story.
The Community Action Commission (CAC) of Santa Barbara County is pleased to announce the appointment of Michael T. Bennett, City Councilman for the City of Goleta, to the CAC Board of Directors. Read story.
In a signal of hope for California community college students, the California State Assembly on Monday approved a voluntary program that would increase access at community colleges. Read story.
Raising one’s voice against violence and abuse is a simple, yet incredibly important action. Read story.
David Krieger, President of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation (NAPF), will give the keynote address at an international peace symposium to be held in Hiroshima, Japan. Read story.
La Cumbre Plaza Hosts Free Outdoor Movie Series for Families Read story.
Today, Tim Perr, co-founder of Pali Wine Co., announced that the winery has secured a long-term lease on the Huber Vineyard, owned by Norman and Traudl Huber. Read story.
In celebration of National Public Works Week (May 19-25), Goleta residents will have the opportunity to meet the City of Goleta’s Public Works staff, learn more about the City’s projects and participate in a hoist demonstration and activity. Read story.