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Mother’s Day continues to be one of the most commercially successful U.S. celebrations. According to the National Restaurant Association, Mother's Day is now the most popular day of the year...
Judith Dale has written several columns highlighting the culture, geography and history of the Central Coast. Get better acquainted with our b…
San Marcos Pass has been used to connect the coast and the Santa Ynez Valley for thousands of years. The Chumash used the Pass as the main trading route between the coastal and Valley Chumash villages. Later, the Spanish missionaries and soldiers used the Pass to travel between the missions.
Also reappointed were all four members of the tribe’s Business Committee: Mike Lopez, Maxine Littlejohn, Gary Pace and Raul Armenta.
Reader Lupita De La Cruz submitted this beautiful photo of the Santa Ynez Valley sunset last night, before the storms started rolling through the Central Coast. If you have any great photos of the SYV share them with us.
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.
Every Thursday, Lompoc Record editors will reach into the newspaper's 146-years of digital archives to offer you "Throwback Thursday," reminiscing about the rich history of the Lompoc Valley.
The rain fell once a week for months in the Santa Ynez Valley.
Vickie Gill started volunteering as a child at the behest of her parents. By the age of 10, she was volunteering at church to get out of sitting through sermons.