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Ventura County Star
Brooks Institute’s closure called a loss to the region’s creative sceneROB VARELA/THE STAR Stephanie Hogue, a Brooks Institute graduate and owner of L
Brooks Institute’s closure called a loss to the region’s creative scene
Ventura County Star / Posted 3 days ago
ROB VARELA/THE STAR Stephanie Hogue, a Brooks Institute graduate and owner of Latitudes Fine Arts Gallery, holds one of her pieces that is on display at Bell Arts Factory in Ventura. Jim Rice (right) is executive director and president of Bell Arts... Read more
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KEYT 3 Santa Barbara
Weekend Picks 8.the Summer Dance Party Scholarship Fundraiser this Saturday at the Lompoc Veter
Weekend Picks 8.
KEYT 3 Santa Barbara / Posted 8 days ago
the Summer Dance Party Scholarship Fundraiser this Saturday at the Lompoc Veterans Memorial Building. Come out for a night of fun, music, dancing and... Read more
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Tri-County Citizen
News Briefs | November 13, 2011TURKEY BINGO – The annual Turkey Bingo will be held on Sunday, Nov. 13, at Our
News Briefs | November 13, 2011
Tri-County Citizen / Posted 14 days ago
TURKEY BINGO – The annual Turkey Bingo will be held on Sunday, Nov. 13, at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church Parish Hall, 803 Church St., Chesaning. The doors will open at 5:30 p.m. The games will begin at 6 p.m. Participants must be 18... Read more
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KCRA 3 Sacramento
Family leave bill sparks controversy at state CapitolA controversial California bill would offer 12 weeks of family leave for new pa
Family leave bill sparks controversy at state Capitol
KCRA 3 Sacramento / Posted 16 days ago
A controversial California bill would offer 12 weeks of family leave for new parents who work for small businesses. The California Chamber of Commerce calls SB654 a "job killer bill," while the Women's Legislative Caucus calls it a top priority.... Read more
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KEYT 3 Santa Barbara
Carpinteria Bridge Replacements Could Put Freeway Widening in the Fast Laneare on the drawing board but not quite in high gear just yet. Three bridges in
Carpinteria Bridge Replacements Could Put Freeway Widening in the Fast Lane
KEYT 3 Santa Barbara / Posted 17 days ago
are on the drawing board but not quite in high gear just yet. Three bridges in Carpinteria have to be rebuilt first and the Chamber of Commerce gets an update this evening. The project will be detailed at 5:30 p.m. in a presentation to the Chambers... Read more
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KEYT 3 Santa Barbara
Goleta Entrepreneurial Magnet (GEM) showcases teamscould become household words if young entrepreneurs make it big. All six were
Goleta Entrepreneurial Magnet (GEM) showcases teams
KEYT 3 Santa Barbara / Posted 18 days ago
could become household words if young entrepreneurs make it big. All six were created by entrepreneurs chosen to be a part of the 2016 G2 Summer Accelerator. The program is part of the Goleta Entrepreneurial Magnet (GEM) that provides mentors and... Read more
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Pasadena Star-News
How new DNA testing could help solve 45-old cold-case murderstrangled her grandmother with such force that they crushed her larynx. Someone
How new DNA testing could help solve 45-old cold-case murder
Pasadena Star-News / Posted 21 days ago
strangled her grandmother with such force that they crushed her larynx. Someone shot her grandmother in the back of the head. Then, in the opinion of Janelle Frese of La Palma, someone slipped out of her grandmother’s house into the... Read more
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Cape Coral Daily Breeze
Business Briefsassistant. She supports account processing, wire transfers and other daily proc
Business Briefs
Cape Coral Daily Breeze / Posted 23 days ago
assistant. She supports account processing, wire transfers and other daily procedures. Barber has more than 20 years of banking experience, including previous roles as branch manager, assistant branch manager and customer service... Read more
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Orange County Register
Can 45-old DNA help solve the cold case murder of Theone Davis?strangled her grandmother with such force that they crushed her larynx. Someone
Can 45-old DNA help solve the cold case murder of Theone Davis?
Orange County Register / Posted 23 days ago
strangled her grandmother with such force that they crushed her larynx. Someone shot her grandmother in the back of the head. Then, in the opinion of Janelle Frese of La Palma, someone slipped out of her grandmother’s house into the... Read more
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Santa Maria Sun
Hobnobbing with HelenThe following articles were printed from Santa Maria Sun [santamariasun.com] -
Hobnobbing with Helen
Santa Maria Sun / Posted 24 days ago
The following articles were printed from Santa Maria Sun [santamariasun.com] - Volume 17, Issue 22 I’m a sucker for the sphinx of The Ten Commandments fame. We are talking about Cecil B. DeMille’s fabled movie, filmed on the dunes of Guadalupe and... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Roger Hernández isn’t the only one who needs job protected leaveweek as the Legislature reconvened from its July recess. After refusing to remo
Roger Hernández isn’t the only one who needs job protected leave
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 24 days ago
week as the Legislature reconvened from its July recess. After refusing to remove a huge obstacle to paid leave for legions of new parents, Hernández took – wait for it – paid leave. Many workers can only dream of the job guarantees and benefits... Read more
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Ventura County Star
Port Hueneme Chamber of Commerce is movingSTAR FILE PHOTO Port Hueneme Chamber of Commerce President Tracy Sisson Phillip
Port Hueneme Chamber of Commerce is moving
Ventura County Star / Posted 26 days ago
STAR FILE PHOTO Port Hueneme Chamber of Commerce President Tracy Sisson Phillips, shown here attending a ribbon-cutting in 2013, says the chamber will be moving to new quarters on Channel Islands Boulevard. The move is expected in the fall. By Anne... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
opposed ‘job killer’ bills will face final test next monthWhen the Legislature reconvenes next week for the final month of its biennial s
opposed ‘job killer’ bills will face final test next month
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 29 days ago
When the Legislature reconvenes next week for the final month of its biennial session, it will decide the fate of hundreds of bills ranging from game-changing to trivial. One question it will answer is whether the California Chamber of Commerce... Read more

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