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L-R: Michael Humphrey and Staci Caplan, Co-Owners, Diana Bull, Broker-Associate, Vicki Busby, Ewy Axelsson, Broker-Associate, Diana Lippert, Deborah Cristobal, Miguel Avila, Dani Burckhardt, Sylvia Arzate-Elenes, Jack Fishenfeld, Jordan Robinson, Barbie Detmer, Nick Vail, and Madeline Jacques. (Not pictured: Teresa Arellanes, Ray Benenate, Broker-Associate, Bryan Calderon and Peter Leyva

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Spring Mentorship

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SBCC Scholarship Recipients

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Shannon Kelly

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Shannon Kelly

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Arlington Tavern Team

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HR Manager Gabriel Garcia, GM Sherrie Fisher and Operations Manger Bill Morris (right) honor 40-year employee Clarence Suhr.

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#1. Clarence Suhr holds an outstanding Safe Driving record of 33 years.

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Cesar Delgadillo

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Cliff Drive, on Highway 225

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828 Santa Barbara Street

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BAD COMBO: “All it takes is a drug and the right brain chemistry,” said Dr. Chris Flynn at a forum on prescription-drug abuse Tuesday night. “You put those two together, and you have an addiction.”

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BIG BUCKS: Goleta City Attorney Tim Giles is fighting Sacramento more than $18 million in withheld funds.

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TOUGH SALE: What City Attorney Steve Wiley was selling regarding the merits of the proposed gang injunction, none of the people packing the City Council chambers were buying.

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UN PASEO EN ORO: The S.B. Trust for Historic Preservation will bring history to life this Saturday, May 18, at their 50th-anniversary celebration in El Paseo.

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CHINESE MEMORIES: Jimmy’s Oriental Gardens is the lone remnant of S.B.’s

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WHAT ONCE WAS: The Asakura Hotel was where today’s presidio stands.

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PRESIDIO-TO-BE: Reconstruction continues on El Presidio’s northwest corner.

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32 YEARS AND COUNTING: Jarrell Jackman started working with the trust in 1981, became director during tumultuous times in 1987, and continues at that post today. “I’m a long-playing record,” said Jackman, who’s more appreciative of the neighborhood’s varied history now than ever before.

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Volunteers (below, clockwise from top) Richard Whitehead, Russell Ruiz, Lynn Spear, and Mary Spear.

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EARLY EXCAVATIONS: Unearthing the 18th-century foundations of Santa Barbara’s presidio (left) was the trust’s first task in the 1960s.

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PEARL OF PRESERVATION: Largely responsible for Santa Barbara’s red-tiled roofs, Pearl Chase was also the political, social, and economic force behind creating the S.B. Trust for Historic Preservation in 1963 “to preserve, restore, reconstruct, and interpret historic sites in Santa Barbara County.”

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Dylan Corselius-Wilson

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John Tapia

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QUICK FIX: The City of Santa Barbara's airport planner Andrew Bermond stands next to the siphon installed to drain off some of the Goleta Slough, whose high waters are causing problems for airplanes and a boost in mosquitoes.

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QUICK FIX: The City of Santa Barbara's airport planner Andrew Bermond stands next to the siphon installed to drain off some of the Goleta Slough, whose high waters are causing problems for airplanes and a boost in mosquitoes.

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Stage 4 of the Amgen Tour of California: (L-R) Sprint Points Leader-Peter Sagan, Most Courageous-Nathan Brown, Race Leader-Janier Acevedo, Best Young Rider-Lawson Craddock, King of the Mountains Leader-Carter Jones

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Best Young Rider after Stage 4 of the Amgen Tour, Lawson Craddock

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Amgen Tour of California Stage 4 podium, #1 Tyler Farrar, #2 Ken Hanson, and #3 Gianni Meersman

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Tyler Farrar celebrating his victory at Stage 4 of the Amgen Tour

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Janier Acevedo, General Classification leader after Stage 4 of the Amgen Tour

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Tyler Farrar celebrates his sprint finish win in Santa Barbara

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Tyler Farrar celebrates his sprint finish win in Santa Barbara

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Tyler Farrar celebrates his sprint finish win in Santa Barbara

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Tyler Farrar celebrates his sprint finish win in Santa Barbara

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Tyler Farrar celebrates his sprint finish win in Santa Barbara

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Sprint finish of Stage 4 of the Amgen Tour rolls through Santa Barbara

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