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On Tuesday, the Santa Maria high school district board agreed to cease production of any new representations of its ship logo on business cards, mastheads, or other district supplies that have traditionally featured the image, and tasked Superintendent Antonio Garcia with creating a timeline and plan for the development of a new logo.
This is the first of four stories in the series "COVID Hot Spot: an at-risk city" produced in partnership with the Center for Health Journalism, investigating the risk factors and decisions that allowed COVID-19 to spread disproportionately throughout Santa Maria over the past year and a half.
After making 18 trips up the six-story tower at Hancock College's Public Safety Training Complex in Lompoc on Saturday, cadets in Battalion No. 148 had covered the equivalent of the World Trade Center's 110 stories.
The fall semester landscape at Hancock College has changed again after the board of trustees on Tuesday reinstated the option for faculty to choose how they offer their classes, and added medical and belief-based exemptions to an existing campus vaccine mandate.
The Santa Barbara County Public Health Department reported four additional deaths from COVID-19 as well as 275 new cases of the illness between Tuesday and Wednesday.
Beginning Oct. 1 and lasting until Oct. 30, Haunted Hills will operate over five weekends from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Fridays through Sundays, offering up the experience to even more residents than the three two-day weekends in its kickoff year.
The Santa Barbara County Public Health Department reported 230 new COVID-19 cases over the Aug. 28-29 weekend, followed by 99 cases and one de…
Increased COVID-19 cases have been reported in various congregate living facilities in Santa Barbara County, including an H-2A housing facilit…
All Hancock College students and staff must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Oct. 1 to enter campus buildings and attend in-person clas…
As Santa Barbara County implements a countywide indoor mask mandate on Friday, public health officials are encouraging local jurisdictions to do their part to help slow the current COVID-19 surge.