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Posted on November 12 at 8:04 a.m.
During the Zaca Firer we would set on TV hill and watch it and that was a sight. all the home boy's from S.B. can tell you a lot about the fires, been there, done that.
On Zaca Fire Impacts Drinking Water Treatment
Posted on November 2 at 10:08 a.m.
It works very good here in Arizona.
Posted on October 31 at 9:49 a.m.
In the 60's race was never a issue at S.B.H.S. everyone seemed to get a long and have fun. In this day in age everyone needs too get along. People attending High School this is your last years of good times, enjoy them while you can, once your out of hight school your work will begin. Learn all you can, life on the outside is never fair without a education and personality. If you think this a joke! it's not the shoe will be on the other foot and you will be telling your own kids the samething.Getting along with others is a must, learn it.. No one is better then the other.
On A Color-Blind Education
Posted on October 27 at 8:23 a.m.
Ah.... the old Hitching Post! now there is a place to eat. we made that our weekend dining for years sure am glad it is still running.
On The Hitching Post Restaurant & Winery
Posted on October 27 at 8:14 a.m.
Hang them all...........
On Juvenile Flees CHP in 100 Mile-Per-Hour Chase
Posted on October 18 at 11:12 a.m.
As I read this story about a young mans goal in life ended in a conflict that we should not even be in. I was drafted from Santa Barbara and Known of many young men as Jamie who never made it home. I am sad for this brave mans family as they had to watch him be carried off a plane and all they see is his childhood in their minds. Thoses of us that have been to Nam at one time have said, send me back we will do it our way...
Let Jamie rest in peace...
On Army Specialist Jaime Rodriguez Jr., 1987-2007
Posted on October 18 at 10:27 a.m.
I was rasied in Santa Barbara and we use to party under Cold Spring Bridge for years and never had people like you have now in Santa Barbara doing the jumping. For thoses of you that are not from Santa Barbara you all need to ask a native, if they could count how many have tried back in the 60's. We use to stand on the Cold Spring Bridge on a windy day just too feel the bridge rock and the Hiway Patrol would come and run us off,so would you count that as wanting to jump...No.Yes there are nuts out there that have tried, and still trying well! I feel let them jump if this is their choice. this Article is just like anyother article, something to talk about....and something to change. better to talk about the people you let move in to S.B.
Posted on September 30 at 11:46 a.m.
I was also raised in Santa Barbara in the 60's and moved years ago, At times I head back to Santa Barabara and see all these Different trends, now they have the homeless standing on every block on State St which I have never seen before when I was younger and it makes Santa Barbara look like a homeless town for anyone. Surer we had the hobo's back when but they stayed away from town.
Clean up your act for those who run the city, clean up Santa Barbara...