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What is chocolate, vanilla or chestnut, speckled or dapple gray, loves jelly beans, apples and carrots and stands smaller than 34 inches (at the withers)?
It was created to help solve the infrastructural problems that arose due to a rapidly growing town, which boomed from 80 adults at its founding in 1911, to well over 800 residents and a growing downtown business district by 1921.
The Los Olivos Wine and Gift Shop in 1979 included wine appreciation courses and a cheese department.
Remember Valentine's Day in 1983? We do. Every Thursday, we will reach into our 90-years of digital archives to offer you "Throwback Thursday," reminiscing about the rich history of the Santa Ynez Valley.
The Lompoc Theatre Project board of directors has elected new members and tapped a new president after its former president stepped down to be…
The rain fell once a week for months in the Santa Ynez Valley.
Solvang began as the dream of three Danish immigrants living in the Midwest. They were a part of the great 19th-Century European exodus to the United States. The founders wanted to establish an agricultural town on the west coast based on three deeply held principles: community, education and church.
Over a million people a year visit Catalina Island and spend $166.7 million to do everything from enjoying the beautiful scenery to playing golf, hiking, biking, fishing scuba diving, kayaking, shopping and visiting the many museums. Learn more about Catalina right here.
In 1945, San Nicolas Island was one of eight candidate sites to detonate the first atomic bomb test before White Sands Proving Ground in New Mexico was selected.
Children at Ballard School had a special lesson about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in 1983.