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High Surf Continues to Rock Santa Barbara County Beaches Crews Plan to Work Overnight to Contain Harris Grade Fire Santa Barbara, Goleta Students Head Back to School Jobs Focus of Measure P Presentation in Santa Maria Santa Barbara Team Helps Solve Death Valley Mystery Santa Barbara School Board Renews Contract for Drug-Detection Dogs

High Surf Continues to Rock Santa Barbara County Beaches

Waves up to 10 feet hit local shores Wednesday; advisory lasts through Friday

By Gina Potthoff, Noozhawk Staff Writer | Slide Show Photo Slide Show icon

Crews Plan to Work Overnight to Contain Harris Grade Fire

Some 20 acres were charred in blaze blamed on vehicle's malfunctioning catalytic converter

By Tom Bolton, Noozhawk Executive Editor | updated logo

Santa Barbara, Goleta Students Head Back to School

Administrators and teachers welcome children for the start of a new year

By Lara Cooper, Noozhawk Staff Writer

Jobs Focus of Measure P Presentation in Santa Maria

Opponents of the anti-fracking initiative say it would reduce employment and harm the county

By Janene Scully, Noozhawk North County Editor

Santa Barbara Team Helps Solve Death Valley Mystery

Many theories have been offered to explain rock movements at La Playa Racetrack

By Urban Hikers, Noozhawk Contributing Writers

Santa Barbara School Board Renews Contract for Drug-Detection Dogs

Despite members' mixed feelings about the program, canines will search local high school campuses for the third straight year

By Giana Magnoli, Noozhawk News Editor

By Joshua Molina, Noozhawk Staff Writer

 

By Lara Cooper, Noozhawk Staff Writer

 

By Kristen Miller

 

By Santa Barbara County District Attorney's Office

 

By Laurie Jervis: How Diverse Is Your Wine Palate?

 

By Lara Cooper, Noozhawk Staff Writer

 

By Bill Cirone

 

Accident occurred on Cliff Drive near Hendry's Beach, according to Santa Barbara police

By Tom Bolton, Noozhawk Executive Editor






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