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A Fan’s Notebook: Air Jordan Bids Farewell to L.A.

After scoring 23 points, the Washington Wizard with the famed number 23 stitched on the back of his jersey began to walk off the court for one last time in Los Angeles.
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Man Pleads No Contest to Lewd Fax

On Friday, Feb. 20, public defender Judith Wilborn pleaded no contest on behalf of her 38-year-old client, David Sydney Potter, to one misdemeanor count for annoying telephone calls - or, in this case...
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Law Review Welcomes Student Submissions

The Law and Society Dept. is accepting submissions for the second annual undergraduate Law and Society Review until Friday, Feb. 21. The review, initiated by Dept. Chair Eve Darian-Smith, is the natio...
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I.V. Homeless Gain Breakfast From ‘Share a Sunrise’

Friday mornings at 8, six or seven members of the California Public Interest Research Group (CalPIRG) and the Community Affairs Board meet at Espresso Roma to go into I.V. and share breakfast with the...
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Theater To Receive Facelift

The Santa Barbara Center for the Performing Arts held a celebration Wednesday evening to announce two large donations that will be used to kick off renovation to the Granada Theatre, located at 1216 S...
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Firemen Rescue Local From Blaze

On Tuesday Feb. 11, at about 4:18 a.m., a fire engine was dispatched on the report of a fire at 931 Via Nieto in the Hope Ranch Annex area. Once firefighters arrived, the people who had called 911 tol...
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Breakfast Club Seeks Kitchen to Call Home

Until it finds a place to stay, the Breakfast Club and its plan to provide free hot breakfasts for the needy are on hold. Although it has enthusiasm, a little bit of money and volunteers already lined...
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SB Fire Dept. To Commemorate Life of Local Fireman

A memorial service has been scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 8, to pay homage to Santa Barbara firefighter Robert Moseley, who died last Saturday at 51 years of age after suffering a heart attack while on...
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SB County Firefighter Dies on Duty

A Gaviota firefighter died Saturday of what officials said appeared to be a massive heart attack. The death of 51-year-old Moseley is the first on-the-job death the department has experienced since 19...
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I.V. Search Yields Two Arrests

Twenty-five authorities made up of I.V. Foot Patrol officers, Santa Barbara Sheriff's detectives, UC Police Dept. detectives and probation officers went to 16 different locations in I.V. on Jan. 28 on...
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Mechanical Trouble Lands Plane in Santa Maria Field

On Jan. 24 at about 4:50 p.m., the Santa Barbara County Fire Dept., medical response teams and the Sheriff's Dept. all responded to the field where the aircraft went down.
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Rescue Workers Aid Campus Point Surfer

On Jan. 25 at 1:56 p.m., the UC Police Dept., Santa Barbara County Fire Dept. and paramedics were dispatched to Campus Point on the report that a surfer was having difficulty in the water.
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Locals Aim to Feed Homeless

There is a new kind of "Breakfast Club" in town and it's open to all who don't have a home. For $2.85 per meal, the Community Action Commission (CAC) can prepare hot meals using food from the Santa Ba...
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IVFP Wraps Up Burglary Cases

Just like on "Cops," the Isla Vista Foot Patrol caught some bad guys. IVFP officers have been hard at work this past week closing three burglary cases and returning stolen property to its rightful own...
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Man Sends UC Vulgar Photos

Some dirty faxes have led to the possible criminality of one man and an investigation into police misconduct. On June 10, 2002, two detectives from the UC Police Dept. served a search warrant at the S...
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