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Posted on April 23 at 10:07 a.m.
Not one more penny for jails - until we abandon our phony "war" on drugs. Look at the statistics.
On When Good Dogs Do Bad Things
Posted on April 14 at 11:57 a.m.
Not ONE PENNY MORE FOR JAILS - until this "phony war" on drugs is declared OVER. If you want to understand what we're doing to our minorities and the poor - read "Orange is the New Black".
On ACLU Forum Questions New Jail
Posted on October 29 at 1:02 p.m.
GO, LOISA great congresswoman - for a great district.We are proud of YOU.Bob and Carol
On Mitchum’s Biggest Role Yet?
Posted on January 13 at 1:31 p.m.
Judy Is one of the great volunteer treasures of our community. her smile and spirit are contagious. Her activities are everywhere and she is forever protective of those in need. We love you, Judy!
On The S.B. Questionnaire: Judy Egenolf
Posted on February 13 at 6:18 p.m.
RIP, Barney. It was WONDERFUL knowing you!!
On Barnaby Conrad Dies
Posted on July 4 at 8:36 a.m.
RIP, Jerry. You were a great guy and I loved working with you. Always fun. Always upbeat. Always thinking the best.
On Jerry Harwin: 1911-2012
Posted on June 15 at 6:56 a.m.
THANK YOU, Gary, for this lovely memory of Naomi - the most gracious of women. It should not be forgotten that she founded and presided over the Santa Barbara County Courthouse Legacy Foundation - one of her last projects which will continue to benefit our community for years to come. No, she will not soon be forgotten. Rest in Peace, dear Naomi.
On Naomi Schwartz: 1934-2012
Posted on April 27 at 8:51 a.m.
Rest in peace, Selma.
On Selma Rubin: 1915-2012
Posted on April 27 at 8:49 a.m.
Rest in peace, Rath.
On Rath Shelton: 1923-2012
Posted on April 26 at 9:58 a.m.
Good personal story about your family, Nick. We all have these interesting tales in our heritage. When I was 17, I asked my mother about my paternal grandfather. She said, "We don't talk about him." Well, that was enough to set me off on a good genealogical trip. In those days, I had to wander in graveyards, sit in dusty rooms in the basements of Iowa courthouses and go to Salt Lake City to find records. Now, I can go to the beautiful new Santa Barbara County Genealogical Society's library and, in a few minutes, find what took me months to find back then - AND it's all FREE. What a deal!Anyway, thanks for the good article.P.S. It turned out that my grandfather committed suicide and in 1902 that was a hush-hush matter. Of course, I still have to wonder WHY?
On Time Traveling