The Community Environmental Council is proud to announce that five new members have joined its partnership council in 2015. Laura and Russ McGlothlin are a community-minded, philanthropic couple who live on a ranch they recently refurbished in Goleta. Civically active, she serves on the board of Fairview Gardens and is involved in planning the new Santa Barbara Children's Museum. Pellegrin is an active part of the Santa Barbara environmental community, and joining CEC allows her to work toward goals that she values.
Julio Diaz A Santa Barbara-area physician who wrote numerous prescriptions for powerful painkillers, such as OxyContin, for "patients" - many of whom were drug addicts, and some of whom died from drug overdoses - was convicted today of 79 drug trafficking charges. Diaz was found guilty of 79 counts of distribution of a controlled substance. Diaz was arrested in this case in January 2012. Read/Add # # # # Send To a Friend Your Email Friend's Email Top of Page | Old News Archives | Printer-Friendly Page copyright - 2003-2015 Edhat, Inc.
He was charged again in 2011 for driving with a suspended license from the 2008 DUI arrest, for not wearing a seatbelt, and for driving without proper insurance, records show. Also in 2013, Sato was charged with attempted vandalism of a Santa Barbara Police patrol car for causing less than $400 in damage with paint and liquid. Records show another obstruction charge in the same year, this time involving UC Police officers at UC Santa Barbara. -- Noozhawk staff writer Gina Potthoff can be reached at .
7, 1927, to Orpha and Webster Davis in Fostoria, Ohio. Upon leaving the service, he attended Bowling Green State University and was later employed at the Tiffin YMCA in Tiffin, Ohio, as water front director and Camp Pittenger where he met his future wife, Phyllis, who was a counselor there. They realized their dream to come to California, where he became employed as an engineering inspector for the county of Santa Barbara and retired from the county April 1, 1988. At Jerry's request, there will be no services.
As that oxymoron is yawning on you, here's my take on your top stories. Tom and our Janene Scully had been listening to law-enforcement scanner traffic that afternoon as a motorcyclist was leading authorities on a high-speed chase around Orcutt. Hoover said the rogue biker took the Turnpike Road exit, then headed east on Hollister Avenue and Modoc Road through Santa Barbara's Westside. He apparently was a Santa Barbara City College student. Birds of a Feather, $52 a year. Checks can be snail-mailed to Noozhawk, P.O. Thank you for your vital support.
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Visitors arriving at Santa Barbara Airport last weekend were a tad confused when pulling up Uber apps on their cell phones, discovering something had changed. Several people sent complaints to the city of Santa Barbara, which is how Santa Barbara Airport officials found out about the puzzling modification. Uber came to Santa Barbara in October 2013, with Lyft following soon after. "We are pleased to offer UberX and Uber Black at Santa Barbara Airport," an Uber spokesperson said this week. -- Noozhawk staff writer Gina Potthoff can be reached at .
BizHawk is published weekly, and includes items of interest to the business community. "Nighttime, daytime, it's always beautiful," Recher said of the new spot across the street from the Santa Barbara County Courthouse Sunken Gardens. Every year, but that space has since been filled more permanently with a Big Dogs retail store. Torres brings 20 years of sports medicine experience, along with 15 years practicing as a family, occupational, urgent care and integrative medicine physician. -- Noozhawk staff writer Gina Potthoff can be reached at .
Campaign in Santa Barbara County. Year, with a total of 148 drivers arrested during the entire 18-day period. During this time period within Santa Barbara County. Two DUI/DL checkpoints will be conducted on August 28th. Are also planned throughout the County by the various law enforcement agencies. Send this picture as a postcard # # # # 7 comments on this article. Read/Add Vote for Picture of the Day . # # # # Send To a Friend Your Email Friend's Email Top of Page | Old News Archives | Printer-Friendly Page copyright - 2003-2015 Edhat, Inc.
ROGER DODGER 2015-08-27 01:44 PM Don't take De La Vina until you are used to Santa Barbara streets there is no bike lane and you have to maneuver between moving vehicles and parked vehicles..Sometimes their doors open when you least expect them too.. De La Vina riders all have some sort of death wish and 9 times out of 10 you'll see those riders on the sidewalk heading the wrong way. Even though I love Anacapa St for the speedy downhill, there's no bike lane there at all. The Shoreline Drive to bird refuge via Cabrillo is a great ride.
Level of the Central Library, the Children's Library is now a reality. Library staff will be happy to give you the grand tour of the new space! Attend the Grand Opening celebration on September 13, and to visit any time. Library programs are free and open to the public. Send this picture as a postcard # # # # Send this picture as a postcard # # # # Be the first to comment on this article . # # # # Send To a Friend Your Email Friend's Email Top of Page | Old News Archives | Printer-Friendly Page copyright - 2003-2015 Edhat, Inc.
Juan Romero had been located earlier in the day working at a Montecito construction site and arrested. SBPD Officer Bruno Peterson was one of the investigators and photographed the contents of Gabino Romero's car, including multiple fishing poles and fishing equipment, an unopened 32-ounce can of Miller Lite, and an eight-inch folding knife in the car's side door. Barron asked Peterson to remove the knife from the evidence box and show the knife to each of the juries, which the officer did. The trial will resume Friday morning.
23, 2015, three days short of her 85th birthday. 26, 1930, on a farm in Woodlawn, Illinois, and grew up there until her family moved to Chicago during World War II, when her dad went to work for Carnegie Steel and her mom with Illinois Bell. Bea loved to travel, visiting Russia, Australia, New Zealand, Alaska, and many trips around the country to visit family and friends. 1, 2015, at Charles Carroll Funeral Home, 15 Teloma Drive, Ventura, California. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to a charity of choice in Bea's memory.
28, 2015, within the Santa Barbara City limits. CHP sobriety checkpoints are conducted in accordance with the guidelines for checkpoint operations outlined in the California Supreme Court decision Ingersoll vs. Checkpoints tend to reduce the number of impaired drivers on the road, even though arrest totals do not rise dramatically. The CHP will generate an e-mail and/or fax notification detailing the location of the checkpoint approximately two hours prior to the start. -- Jonathan Gutierrez is the PIO and court officer for the Santa Barbara CHP .
Jerry Brown's executive secretary, Nancy McFadden, announced on Twitter that the Democratic governor would sign the legislation if it reaches his desk. "Breaking w/convention on #WomensEqualityDay to announce @JerryBrownGov will sign CA Fair Pay Act when it reaches his desk," McFadden posted. "It's been a long time coming," said Assembly Minority Leader Kristin Olsen, a Modesto-area Republican. Assemblyman William Brough of Dana Point and Assemblyman Matthew Harper of Huntington Beach did not return telephone messages for comment Thursday.
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15, Devereux California celebrated its 70th anniversary in style with a "Diamonds and Devereux" themed family day. Employee of the year, Jesus Perez, and supervisor of the year, Brittney Crary, spoke to families and friends about their experiences and their love for their work. CEO/President Bob Kreider from Philadelphia, Penn. And VP of Operations Gail Atkinson of Houston, Tex. Devereux in Pennsylvania in 1912, and in 1945 in California, Devereux is one of the largest national nonprofit providers of behavioral health care services in the country.