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Posted on March 5 at 9:58 p.m.

Mariposa Reina is a perfect spot- already perfect on & off ramps as pointed out above....

On Gaviota Rest Stops to Open, Then Close

Posted on January 30 at 9:03 p.m.

thank you for all the hard work Louise <3

On Rancher Louise Hanson Dies

Posted on January 14 at 9:40 a.m.

Jees Bill- one round of wine tasting isn't gonna make you incapacitated. If the tasters in your bubble are hitting every tasting room within a 5 miles radius, then we have something to talk about.

Sanford Winery no longer belongs to Rochard Sanford- he is the owner and winemaker at ALMA ROSA, and it is located in the old Sanford location on Santa Rosa Road.

While I prefer not to visit Sanford due to my allegiance to the Sanford Family- I did recently have the chance to visit and taste at Sanford. Expensive wine, top tier tasting prices- I left with 3 bottles.

I prefer to stick to D'Afonso and Alma Rosa, but I can give Sanford 2 thumbs up for making lovely wine.


On Wine: Sanford Comes Downtown

Posted on January 12 at 12:13 p.m.

I have to agree- if you are going to drink and do cocaine, which makes you feel like Superman at might be best not to sit on the hood of a car with an inebriented driver and drive over a "bump" 4 times.

I understand the family feels there is no justice, but blaming him for driving a car is ridiculous. She was over 21 and capable of making her own decisions....even poor ones.

I intend on sharing this with my child, many times over. I too have had my experiences with car surfing, both as the driver and as the rider in the back of a pick-up truck. I often think back on how many times I risked my neck & others for that matter....

I hope time heals your pain.

On Lanie Richardson Sentenced to 14 Years for Car-Surfing Death

Posted on December 11 at 11:55 p.m.

oh for Petes's sake- really?

If it were at 11pm, I would understand.

On Neighbors Complain About Junior High Drum Practice

Posted on October 31 at 7:26 a.m.

IT hasn't been built on by any previous owner, why? Because it has been deemed the gateway to the Valley (as part of the 4 Corners).

On Chumash Call on Congress

Posted on October 24 at 8:50 a.m.

Report Reveals Low Ocean Food Production

These headlines confuse me- LOW OCEAN PRODUCTION &
Boom Times for Squid Fishery

both on the front page of the Independent Web page.


On Boom Times for Squid Fishery

Posted on October 24 at 8:47 a.m.

Yet we have the squid industry taking record numbers- also on the front page- 3 items below this headline?

On Report Reveals Low Ocean Food Production

Posted on October 16 at 8:56 p.m.

Can anyone explain why no previous owner before the Chumash purchased it, wasn't able to build on it?

The same rules should apply to the current owners.

On County Officially Opposes Chumash's Camp 4 Dreams

Posted on October 16 at 7:58 a.m.

"We are in a drought! Why are people watering at all? The Chumash said there was not enough water for the population coming in the 1800s."

What? Are you saying the Chumash have taken their own advice? I am confused. Not enough water in the 1800's- how on Earth did they build a Casino- where on Earth is the water supposed to come from for a city to be built at Camp 4? Why did they continue to populate knowing there wouldn't be enough water? Silly Chumash?

The 101 serves the entire State of California and a way to get from one place to another- how stupid to think that only 805 residents use the 101 to get from Carp to Goleta. HOW STUPID.

While I do not want a 8-10 lane freeway going thru Santa Barbara County, the facts are, people will continue to drive, trucks will continue to ferry goods, (Yes Virginia, your Trader Joe goods come to SB via a Tractor Trailer!) to and thru Santa Barbara via the 101.

On Santa Barbara Has Issues

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