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Anthony Beebe: SBCC Proud to Bring Back Adult Education

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State Provides $24M in Funding For Allan Hancock College Fine Arts Complex

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Newly Retired Orcutt Catholic School Principal Grateful to Have Answered the Call(s)

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Young Dr. Doolittles Examine Medical Procedures at Jr. Veterinarian Camp

Arts

Dedication to Kids Drives Award-Winning Music Van Volunteer

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Laguna Blanca’s Ashley Tidey Named Rhodes Inspirational Educator

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Susan Salcido: Addressing Mental Health for Sake of Our Youth

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Instrument Donations Music to Ears of Young Artists

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Coding Summer Camp in Goleta Inspires Girls to Pursue STEM Fields

Arts

Next Stop The Future for MTD Poster Contest Winners

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Goleta Education Foundation Proudly Looks Forward to Future

Local News

Hancock College Police Chief Resigns After Less Than A Year On Job

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Educators Learn How to Sell Entrepreneurship Skills

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Susan Salcido: Sparks of Pride Shine Bright Throughout Santa Barbara County Schools

Nonprofits

Rebeca Mireles Rios Joins AHA! Board

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Santa Barbara District May Divert Armory Funding to $38M Peabody Stadium Renovation

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All-Aboard-Bus Program Makes Stops at Presidio, Mission

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Anthony Beebe: A Bachelor’s Degree for All May Not be Realistic, Or Necessary

Nonprofits

Family Ties Run Deep in Goleta, and In Its Elementary Schools

Nonprofits

New Bilingual Website for Scholarship Foundation

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Pirate Boosters Score New Offcial Website

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Marian Medical Center Awards Scholarships to Four ‘Volunteens’

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Santa Barbara School Board Adopts $161 Million Budget for 2017-18 Fiscal Year

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Boys and Girls Club Campers Tracking Local History

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Elks Lodge #613 July 4 Event to Benefit Kids with Disabilities

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