Yearly Archives: 2011

Randy Rowse: In Defense of Using RDA Funds to Enhance Our Community

What on God’s green Earth is going on in City Hall these days? Starving programs in the name of fiscal responsibility while spending like a drunken sailor on housing projects and the library plaza? How can they spend our money on “fluff” when we need more cops and resources for public education? more

LOCAL COLLEGE ROUNDUP : Rain muddies Gauchos’ opener

Let’s try this again, shall we? After having their scheduled opening game against La Salle University rained out on Friday, more

Moore deserves more at Westmont

The gym at Westmont College is named after Hugh R. Murchison, more

Gauchos sweep 4-way track meet at Westmont

Rain, wind and even thunderstorms provided the context for the Westmont Quadrangular Track and Field meet on Saturday. UCSB Claremont-Mudd-Scripps and Pepperdine joined the Warriors for the event held at the Westmont Track. more

UCLA’s Sullivan had record in sight

In the days leading up to the final dual meet of her career, Alex Sullivan (Newbury Park) employed a visualization strategy. more

Plance gives Warriors a boost in 8-5 win

Chris Plance put together seven scoreless innings of relief and Westmont hitters erupted for five runs in the sixth inning as the Warriors posted an 8-5 victory over British Columbia on Thursday afternoon at Russ Carr Field. more

Engagement: Krista Morley and Cesar Vega

Cesar Aguirre Vega of Carpinteria and Krista Ellen Morley of Santa Barbara are excited to announce their engagement. more

Garden Court Endowment Welcomes New Board Members

The Garden Court Endowment has welcomed new members John Campanella, Matt LaBrie, Kevin Nimmons and Bhupi Singh to its Board of Directors. more

Week in Sports

The men’s volleyball showdown between UCSB and Brigham Young tonight (Thurs., Feb. 17) and Friday night has been moved to the Thunderdome from Robertson Gym because of a leaky roof at the older facility. The matches between the No. 4-ranked Gauchos (6-4 in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation, 8-5 overall) and No. 2-ranked BYU (6-2, 10-3) will begin at 7 p.m. more

Dons excel with mother of invention

A player named Holly keeps pushing and shoving Tess Emerson during Santa Barbara High’s basketball practices, more