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Posted on October 31 at 4:42 p.m.
Defender Jennifer Archer, who successfully lobbied the judge to deny media photographs of Wadford. She cited the fact that Wadford is African American and was worried images of him in custody could taint the jury pool. “It’s a small town, and this is a big case,” she said. The judge intimated that the media would be allowed to photograph Wadford at a later date.
Know how to keep your clients photo out of the media- alert him to the fact that keeping your hands to yourself and not killing your baby momma is good start.
Nobody cares what color he is in the tomb.
On Murder Suspect Appears in Court
Posted on September 25 at 2:13 p.m.
I think they should only be able to hire from within for the construction project.
On 12-Story Hotel by 2016?
Posted on June 11 at 11:26 p.m.
yep- the law is the law.
As a parent of a enthusiastic sports player- I cannot agree more that a bond is made between coach and player, and to abuse that is beyond punishable.
While I can agree that the under age person plays a part by sometimes, not always- but sometimes participating by flaunting the attention and even encouraging the adult- the adult must refrain. Period.
I can also agree that with the media and internet, cases are more available to read about, I don't think they are happening more often- just are more reported.
I am going to arm my sports enthusiast with an earful when I think its needed.
On S.B. High Softball Coach Arrested for Sex with Student
Posted on April 20 at 9:47 p.m.
BUELLTON should come play at Standing Sun Winery, in Buellton. #LIVEintheWinery !
On An Album, Middle-Age, and Craft Ale
Posted on April 16 at 8:58 p.m.
The accident has injured a local legend and very well liked man- the response is normal for an overturned vehicle. We are all praying for Fred Chamberlin- and hope you are too.
On Two People Hurt in Horse-Drawn Carriage Accident
Posted on March 20 at 10:46 p.m.
Any local knows- they offer a BURGER Pass at the kiosk, which gives you 45 minutes, which is plenty of time to order and eat a burger & fries.
As far as the park finally offering reservations- now it is equal for all to get a reservation, and they leave 35% available to drive ins.
While I might not like the exposure Jalama has gotten- I would rather share than not have it at all......
On 35 Years of the Jalama Burger
Posted on March 20 at 8:39 a.m.
Don & Kathy Eittreim are HERO MATERIAL.
The family continues to run the store, and improve the moral of many.
Why no mention of the history on the walls of the sitting area? That has taken a lot of work and son Mike has done a wonderful job curating it!
Posted on March 5 at 9:58 p.m.
Mariposa Reina is a perfect spot- already perfect on & off ramps as pointed out above....
On Gaviota Rest Stops to Open, Then Close
Posted on January 30 at 9:03 p.m.
thank you for all the hard work Louise <3
On Rancher Louise Hanson Dies
Posted on January 14 at 9:40 a.m.
Jees Bill- one round of wine tasting isn't gonna make you incapacitated. If the tasters in your bubble are hitting every tasting room within a 5 miles radius, then we have something to talk about.
Sanford Winery no longer belongs to Rochard Sanford- he is the owner and winemaker at ALMA ROSA, and it is located in the old Sanford location on Santa Rosa Road.
While I prefer not to visit Sanford due to my allegiance to the Sanford Family- I did recently have the chance to visit and taste at Sanford. Expensive wine, top tier tasting prices- I left with 3 bottles.
I prefer to stick to D'Afonso and Alma Rosa, but I can give Sanford 2 thumbs up for making lovely wine.
On Wine: Sanford Comes Downtown