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Santa Barbara in the Time of Trump: Where D.C. Could Strike S.B. First (Indy Staff)

Keeping the Indy Great Again, Too

Barely making a dent into his third decade of life, Tyler Hayden is taking a bit of teasing from colleagues for his recent promotion to senior editor but a lot more well-deserved pats on the back. Projects like this week's Keep Santa Barbara Great Again pullout guide — which took weeks of work in addition to Tyler's regular duties as news editor, and thousands of words’ worth of notes whittled down to a manageable few for print — are all about inspiration, hard work, and some fine writing skills. Asked how he manages to keep his unflappable demeanor, Tyler answered, "Regular walks around the block and a cold beer at the end of the day."

In Print

Selected stories from our weekly newspaper.

Endangered Species in the Line of Fire?

Biologists Fret Over Fate of Condors, Island Foxes, Steelhead Trout

Biologists are fretting over the fate of condors, island foxes, and steelhead trout. Read story.

Oil and the Fight for the Environment

How the Trump Administration Could Allow Oil Drilling and More

The Trump administration could ruin Santa Barbara Coast with oil drilling. Read story.

Planned Parenthood Faces Congressional Defunding

National Public Health Crisis May Result If Planned Parenthood Is Forced to Close

A national public health crisis may result if Planned Parenthood is forced to close. Read story.

What Killing the Affordable Care Act Means for Santa Barbara

100,000 People in 24th Congressional District Soon to Be Without Health Care

The Republican congress moves to kill the Affordable Care Act, leaving 22 million Americans without health care, including 100,000 in the 24th Congressional District. Read story.

Santa Barbara's Pre-Trump Immigration Policy

How ICE Operates, Conducts Deportations

How ICE operates and conducts deportations. Read story.

Santa Barbara in the Time of Trump

Where D.C. Could Strike S.B. First

How will the new president's policies and people affect our county? Read story.

Keep Santa Barbara Great Again!

A Practical Guide to Protecting the Things We Hold Dear

A practical guide to protecting the things we hold dear. Read story.

The Farmworker Fear

Increased ICE Raids Loom Over Undocumented Field Hands

Increased ICE raids loom over undocumented field hands and their employers. Read story.

For Immigrants, Knowledge Is Power, Protection

Attorneys Hosting ‘Know Your Rights’ Workshops for Undocumented Residents

Attorneys hosting ‘Know Your Rights’ workshops for Santa Barbara's undocumented residents. Read story.

On Immigration and Sanctuary, S.B. Looks the Other Way

Law Enforcement Doesn't Ask, and City Doesn't Want to Tell

Law enforcement doesn't ask, and the city doesn't want to tell. Read story.

Undocumented Students on Tenterhooks

Their Futures and the DACA Program Hang in the Balance

Their futures and the DACA program hang in the balance. Read story.

Schools Expanding 'Safe Zones'

S.B. Unified, UCSB, SBCC All Taking Steps to Protect Students

S.B. Unified, UCSB, and SBCC are all taking steps to protect students. Read story.

Santa Barbarans Stoked for Trump

A Chat with Some of the County's 56,000 Who Voted for the Donald

A chat with some of the county's 56,000 who voted for the Donald. Read story.

Women’s Water Polo Power

Santa Barbara Tournament of Champions Brings Olympic Dreams to the Pool

Santa Barbara Tournament of Champions brings Olympic dreams to the pool. Read story.

Dr. Curtis Roads Wins 2016 Giga-Hertz Award

UCSB Composer and Researcher Praised for Electronic Music Innovations

The UCSB composer and researcher wins praise for his electronic music innovations. Read story.

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