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Cynthia Schur, who served as the first female publisher of the Santa Maria Times and its sister papers for 16 years and through two owners, died Tuesday after a short battle with brain cancer.
Santa Ynez will celebrate its 140th anniversary the weekend of June 25-26 with events that include Old Santa Ynez Day and the third annual Old…
You’ve got questions about COVID-19 vaccinations, and a town hall meeting hosted by federal, state and county elected officials is planned to give you answers.
Former Santa Ynez Valley News editor and publisher Peg Johnson has died at the age of 84 after a long career in publishing, which spanned thre…
The crowds came out in force over the weekend as water rose to within eight inches of the top.
Frank Cowan, an award-winning freelance photographer for the Santa Maria Times, Lompoc Record and Santa Ynez Valley News, died peacefully Mond…
Cynthia Schur has joined S.Lombardi & Associates as its new marketing representative, a company spokeswoman said.
What do Foxen Canyon Road in Los Olivos, the community of Sisquoc, the American army capturing the Santa Barbara Presidio in 1846, an elementary school and the Foxen Vineyard and Winery all have in common?
Benjamin Foxen’s tombstone is a marble shaft meant to replicate the broken mast of a ship. Buried next to him is his wife Eduarda Osuna Foxen.