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Crash Sends Vehicle Into Building in Santa Barbara Paraglider Plunges 3,000 Feet to Death in Rattlesnake Canyon Above Santa Barbara Street Maintenance a Top Priority for Santa Barbarans, City Learns from Public Meetings Plan for 3rd Montecito Fire Station Still Alive But Options on Hold for New Environmental Report Camp Natoma Helps Even the Most Wired-In Kids Make a Nature Connection Santa Barbara Courthouse Observation Deck Taking Last Steps to Full Accessibility

Crash Sends Vehicle Into Building in Santa Barbara

Two people suffered minor injuries in rollover accident at Garden and Gutierrez streets

By Lara Cooper, Noozhawk Staff Writer

Paraglider Plunges 3,000 Feet to Death in Rattlesnake Canyon Above Santa Barbara

Authorities say father-daughter team flying tandem when man reportedly slipped from harness and fell; girl hurt in subsequent crash

By Tom Bolton, Noozhawk Executive Editor | updated logo

Street Maintenance a Top Priority for Santa Barbarans, City Learns from Public Meetings

Residents press case for infrastructure in more than a dozen gatherings; officials say public-private partnerships also popular

By Lara Cooper, Noozhawk Staff Writer

Plan for 3rd Montecito Fire Station Still Alive But Options on Hold for New Environmental Report

Jackson Ranch site on East Valley Road still considered first choice but board will await updated review before determining direction

By Tom Bolton, Noozhawk Executive Editor

Camp Natoma Helps Even the Most Wired-In Kids Make a Nature Connection

Outdoor activities, community bonds introduce campers to a refreshing and exciting experience

By Frankie Victoria, Special to Noozhawk

Santa Barbara Courthouse Observation Deck Taking Last Steps to Full Accessibility

Beginning March 15, elevator tower and observation deck to be closed to public while repairs bring them into ADA compliance

By Lara Cooper, Noozhawk Staff Writer | updated logo

By Michelle Nelson, Noozhawk Managing Editor

 

By Tom Bolton, Noozhawk Executive Editor

 

By Tom Bolton, Noozhawk Executive Editor

 

By Steven Crandell, Noozhawk Columnist

 

By Randy Alcorn, Noozhawk Columnist

 

By Giana Magnoli, Noozhawk News Editor

 

Carpinteria High senior recognized for dedication and community service, rewarded with $20,000 national Girls Inc. college scholarship

By Lara Cooper, Noozhawk Staff Writer

 

Lawsuit settlement requires six separate City Council districts, two of which must have a majority of Latino eligible voters

By Giana Magnoli, Noozhawk News Editor

 

Carpinteria company’s creation — launched by Delta II rocket from VAFB — will enable scientists to map and measure earth’s soil moisture from space

By Janene Scully, Noozhawk North County Editor






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