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Vista Point: The Goings-On in I.V. This Upcoming Week

The Nexus, KCSB and The Bottom Line will co-host a debate between Joan Hartmann and Bruce Porter, candidates for Third District County Supervisor, tonight at 6:30 p.m.
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First Friday Offers Free Food, Laid-Back Vibes

Fall’s inaugural First Friday took over Prefect Park as the Free Food Fest on Oct.7, offering new bites and the same laid-back vibes Isla Vistans have come to love since its inception.
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Isla Vista Divided by Party Politics in Supervisor Race

Although it occupies a little over a square mile, Isla Vista is brimming with over 20,000 UC Santa Barbara students, retirement communities and clusters of longtime residents.
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Seeds Sown for Sueno Orchard

After three years of deliberation, the IVRPD will start drafting proposals to fund an irrigation system while restoration of the plot is underway
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Vista Point: Exciting Events Happening in Isla Vista This Week

I.V. politics will be popping this week, what with the Third Disrict County Supervisor debate, the push to register at least 13,000 I.V. residents to vote for the November election.
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8th Annual Pardall Carnival Showcases Campus Organizations, I.V. Community

Large crowds turned out to Pardall Road Saturday to experience Isla Vista’s eighth annual Pardall Carnival, courtesy of the Associated Students’ Isla Vista Community Relations Committee.
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Vista Point: The Goings On in I.V. This Week

A meeting to discuss the future of the Isla Vista Community Center will be held at 5 p.m. tonight at the I.V. Clinic building. Organizers are also planning to host a “brainstorming session” next w...
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Homeless Students Get Access to Showers

Gov. Jerry Brown signed into motion Friday a bill to give homeless students access to shower facilities on community college campuses.
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Community Center Meets Pitfalls, Success

Isla Vistans have sought a community center for nearly 50 years, but as the town shifts and reconfigures with each decade, the project has become a perpetual work in progress.
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Local Elections May Profoundly Impact I.V.

Just for a moment, let’s take our eyes off the national election coverage and take a look at the election going on right here in our own backyard, an election that can most certainly affect our live...
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Vista Point: The Goings On In Isla Vista This Week

Upcoming events include Pardall Carnival and a community meeting to discuss the proposed 10 p.m. noise ordinance
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I.V. CSD Candidate Slate Receives Democratic Endorsement

The Santa Barbara Democratic Party endorsed a slate of four candidates Thursday night for the Isla Vista Community Services District board of supervisors, a decision that could prove a significant set...
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Joel Ruiz Suspends Candidacy for I.V. CSD Board of Directors

Board of directors candidate Joel Ruiz suspended his campaign Sunday due to his workload and insufficient campaign funds.
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Three Final Candidates Join Race for Office in Isla Vista

Three additional Isla Vista residents declared candidacy this week in the race to elect the inaugural members of the I.V. Community Service District (CSD) board of directors.
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Former UCSB Student Receives 6-Month Sentence for Rape

A female UCSB student filed a report to the Isla Vista Foot Patrol on June 28, 2015, saying she had been sexually assaulted.
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