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Budget Concerns Delay DP Drains

Santa Barbara County has pulled the plug on plans to construct storm drains on Del Playa Drive over Winter Break due to concerns that Governor Schwarzenegger will make cuts to grant money in his budge...
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Sent From Abroad

Imagine sitting in lecture and hearing words you've never heard before, coming home and wondering what planet your roommates are from, and then partying it up because you decide its all too foreign to...
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Bringin’ Down the House

Artsweek had yet to see a 73-year -old woman salsa. That is, until Monday night, when the pride of Cuba, the Buena Vista Social Club, took the stage with Omara Portuondo at its lead.
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Americans Are as Arrogant as the French

In its attempt to support its War Against Terrorism, the United States has fully launched its war against nonconformity, most notably against France - which has recently been sophomorically dubbed the...
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SB Judge To Rule on Validity of Signatures

Santa Barbara Superior Court Judge Thomas Anderle is expected to deliver a final ruling Wednesday on the legality of the signatures gathered for the recall effort against 3rd District Supervisor Gail ...
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May 5, 2002

Good Friend, Bad Drunk and Not a Crime, Just Stupid
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New Policies in Isla Vista Include Parental Notification Program

The Parental Notification Program, which will go into effect Fall Quarter 2002, will send the parents of UCSB students arrested for alcohol or drug-related offenses a letter to notify them of the arre...
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May 1, 2002

The suspect looked at the officers and yelled, "Fuck yeah! Woo-hoo!" and ran along the side of a parked car, where he slipped and fell.
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SB Superior Court Allows No on Recall to Continue

The SB Superior Court decided Tuesday that the No On Recall campaign's efforts to examine the legality of the petitions is not an attempt to stall the recall against 3rd District Supervisor Gail Marsh...
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April 24, 2002

The officers arrested the suspect for public intoxication and transported her to Santa Barbara County Jail, where she was housed, pending sobriety.
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Police File Lawsuit to Protect Privacy

Santa Barbara County law enforcement groups recently filed a lawsuit against District Attorney Thomas Sneddon because they believe one of his office's policies threatens police officers' right to priv...
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County Court To Rule on Recall Signature Count

The Santa Barbara County Superior Court is expected to decide today whether or not to resume counting the signatures gathered by the recall effort against 3rd District Supervisor Gail Marshall.
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I.V. Studio To Seek Input on Master Plan

The studio will be open from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. everyday and will give interested I.V. residents and UCSB students an opportunity to talk to designers about the Master Plan.
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IVFP Sees Less Crime Over Break

Vacant homes during the Thanksgiving, Winter and Spring Breaks in past years have been targets for burglars, but this Spring the Isla Vista Foot Patrol reported a comparatively lower number of break-i...
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Anderson May Still Face Runoff Against Dorsey

Although Commander Jim Anderson won the majority of the votes for Santa Barbara County Sheriff election night, the absentee ballots have not yet been counted -- which means the sheriff may have to fac...
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