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House Rejects Capps’ Amendment

Congresswoman Lois Capps' attempt to block a bill that would allow continuous hunting on Santa Rosa Island was shot down by the House Committee on Rules in Congress yesterday.
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Lawmakers Target Game on Santa Rosa Island

One of the Channel Islands could become a permanent hunting resort for military personnel, as legislation to turn Santa Rosa Island into a hunting preserve moves through Congress this month.
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Sororities To Volley in Annual ATO Event

Eighteen sorority teams and hundreds of onlookers are expected to attend the charity event, which runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Greek Park. Matches will also take place at the volleyball pits at the P...
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Concerts Promote Peace, Preservation

Crowds of people gathered in Anisq' Oyo' Park over the weekend to attend the Isla Vista Peace Festival Concert on Saturday and the Forests Awareness Concert on Sunday. The I.V. Peace Festival Concert ...
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Banners on DP Promote Companies

Though they may not be the first thing partygoers notice on a Saturday night, banners advertising Rockstar Energy Drink and www.vcellvibes.com can now be seen hanging from several residences along Del...
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County To Review Transportation Measures

Members of the Santa Barbara County Association of Governments plan to make a decision this week about whether to replace a proposal to renew Measure D on the November 2006 ballot. The measure, a half...
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Festivities Juggle Fun, Charity for Rape Counseling

Over 300 juggling enthusiasts brought their balls, batons and benjamins to the 30th annual Isla Vista Jugglers Festival this weekend, helping the event raise thousands of dollars for the Santa Barbara...
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I.V. Rallies to Celebrate Earth Day

Approximately 2,000 people attended the Earth Day celebration in Anisq' Oyo' Park on Saturday, where ideas about peace and environmentalism flowed as freely as the beer. The Associated Students Enviro...
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Festival Urges I.V. to Save the Environment

Students and local residents will lounge on the grass in Anisq' Oyo' Park this Saturday to celebrate Earth Day 2006, one temporary tattoo and Capoeira lesson at a time.
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County Plans Review of Transportation Funding

A proposal to renew or replace Measure D - a sales tax that funds most of the county's transportation projects - in November's election has UCSB students concerned that the end result could be a cut t...
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Weekend Festival To Promote Peace With Workshops, Concert

Local students looking to give peace a chance will have the opportunity to learn how they can protest against war during the first annual Isla Vista Peace Festival on Saturday. The festival, which is ...
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Doorman Helps Control Crowds at Busy ‘Birds

Late-night Mexican-food junkies may have noticed that Freebirds has been serving up more than just burritos Friday and Saturday nights, now that the restaurant has added a bouncer to its payroll.
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Committee Lobbies for Marijuana Proposition

At least 60 students and local marijuana legalization activists, as well as a man with a "Will Work for Marijuana" sign, held session in downtown Santa Barbara yesterday to discuss a proposition that ...
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Local Golf Course Mulls Over Options

The owners of a Goleta golf club that is millions of dollars in debt are searching for new ways to make some green off their land, and according to the club's manager, local residents might soon be li...
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Locals Honor Victims of Shooting

The UCSB campus flag flew at half-staff yesterday, as hundreds of local residents and community leaders gathered at the Events Center to pay tribute to the seven local residents shot and killed by Jen...
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