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Though hydraulic fracturing is seldom used in Santa Barbara County, the controversial technique looms large on the Nov. 4 ballot.
The concert, known as "The Organ: Stops, Keys, Pedals and Pipes," is one of a series of events for all ages going on this year to celebrate the organ's 10th year.
Voting officials register new U.S. citizens right after the naturalization ceremony. While everyone else had to register by Monday, the newly naturalized are excepted.
With less than 3 percent of young adults casting ballots in June, County Registrar Dean Logan's challenge is to get more of them to vote.
“The city needs to institute some building codes that promote continuity within reason. ”
from New wave of Chinese home buyers pose questions for Arcadia
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Kings defenseman Slava Voynov's attorney is hopeful the NHL will end his indefinite suspension after reviewing the events that led to Voynov's arrest.
Author and cultural critic Jeff Chang looks at how pop art, TV commercials and political campaigns have deeply shaped how we talk about race today.
More than 100 years old, the organization offers young American girls the chance to succeed. So why is it struggling?
Ventura County officials say about 68,000 gallons of raw sewage spilled in Moorpark over the weekend and the mess went unreported for several days.