There's plenty we can do locally to coast our way to conservation. Second of two columns.
Gap Fire demonstrated strength of community, which stepped up and stepped in to ensure the safety and comfort of neighbors.
Commentary blows the roof off of Santa Barbara's building debate. Let's do it again.
The only thing we know for sure today is that we don’t know what the headlines will be on Nov. 5.
We can look for simplistic answers but fragmentation comes in many forms.
Presidential candidates offer bold words for peace but actions are needed now as much as ever.
If tall buildings destroy ambiance, it's news to Europe's great cities.
We must secure our future by building infrastructure and balancing it with environmental protection.
Despite the current energy crisis, there are positive benefits and responses that already are paying off. SB CAN outlines the cause and effect of some. First of two columns.
An easy way to improve the efficiency of a vehicle is by carpooling, and the two-month 'Commute Challenge' can get you started
We need leaders who use language to promote discussion and debate, not to stop it.
Why put valuable resources at risk for a miniscule benefit that wouldn’t materialize for 20 years?
Cars Are Basic's board says Plan Santa Barbara proponents are misreading history in setting future limitations.
A three-point program with penalties might be what officials need to get a budget in place — and on time — every year.
Incremental change has not improved the Middle East and African crises, and it's clear that we need a man or woman with the vision and courage to make real changes.
Carpinteria's Beverly Grant does her job well; simply disagreeing with her vote shouldn't make her a target.
Attempts to protect children from the pain of competition eliminates its rewards.
America celebrates Liberty won and sacrifices made.
Quit electing and re-electing the weak, the greedy and the dishonest and then complaining when they are weak, greedy and dishonest.
In a state with a huge and growing Latino population and two women senators, can you name a single prominent female or Latino Republican?
Assemblyman Pedro Nava calls on lenders to stay in the market and not abandon students.
While it is not sponsoring Tuesday's McCain event, the venue is worthy of the discussion of the environment.
LAFCO should reject community service district petition to keep valuable ag land in production.
Request for city review should spur larger examination of property's best use.
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