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Daily Edhat - 06/27/13
updated: Jun 27, 2013, 6:01 AM

ARCHIVED NEWSLETTER – 06/27/13
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Today's Weather - Clear. High of 79F. Winds from the SW at 5 to 10 mph.

Do You Sudoku? - You can now play the Daily Sudoku on Edhat. How fast can you fill in the blanks?


June 27, 2013 - Solstice Spark

The Santa Barbara Solstice Parade kicked off a summer of dancing, celebrating, and fun in the sun.

In local news, Santa Barbara County Grand Jury addressed the town's problem with graffiti, SBPD wants the public's help in the investigation of the Olive Street murder, and Edhatters talk about County deficits. Read these stories and more, below:

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Brian Peddicord shares a quick and sexy video of the Solstice Parade. You may be in it if you were there! [vid]

Here is the Daily Edhat newsletter for 06/26/13

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Lock all the Windows too I just heard my second Rape within Santa Barbara City Limits today..

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Lock your doors. White male, 20's short brown hair, grey hoodie, jeans, walked into reporting parties..

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What started out as noise complaint by a citizen, turned into marijuana for sale arrest at a residence in Solvang. [mug]

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Dehydrated hiker rescued on beach trail.

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A subscriber noticed a sign that was quite confusing. [pic]

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A 70-year-old Santa Barbara man died at the Ventura County jail early today, officials said.

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Homicide investigators from the Santa Barbara Police Department are asking for the public's assistance in identifying a person of interest regarding the Olive Street murder. [pics]

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Beware when getting fire extinguishers, kitchen hood and duct systems or fire sprinkler systems serviced.

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Fire Alarms at the Library. Library is being evacuated Engine 3 is responding.

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A subscriber caught her rex cactus in a full red bloom. [pic]

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Friends and family describe a horrific scene on Tuesday in Orcutt, where a fire broke out in a house, severely burning a 16-year old girl.

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Most residents of Santa Barbara are aware that the County faces serious financial challenges.

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Report of a vegetation fire on Highway 154 between Alamo Pintado and Figueroa Mountain Road.

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Like many communities Santa Barbara County is forced to deal with the serious problem of graffiti.

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UPDATE: The Berkeley foot bridge is now open. The foot bridge on Berkeley and Merida Dr. was closed due to a tree falling.

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A subscriber would like to know who has the best selection of Pinatas in town.

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Roger has the scanner reports. Reckless Skateboarding Kid riding on a skateboard by sitting on it heading south on State Street.

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The American Government summer school class at San Marcos High School interacted with City of Goleta Mayor Roger Aceves. [pic]

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Last year, Santa Barbara's air quality violated one of California's benchmark standards only five times.

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Brian Webb shares an update on the upcoming Pegasus Launch.

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Alzheimer's Disease Mouse Models From UCSB's Neuroscience Research Institute Point To A Potential Therapeutic Approach

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Use this thread to share any info about today's commute. Slow? Fast? Accidents? Cool links you use to navigate the morning drive?

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---- Events Today ------------------------------------

Unbroken: Louis Zamperini's Story - A story of survival and redemption, presented by the United Boys and Girls Clubs of Santa Barbara

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Hot Dogs and Hilarity Comedy Night - A great event for all ages! Bring your family and friends. Yummy food and drinks provided for your smiling face.

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Santa Barbara Wine Festival - Swirl, sip, and savor wines from Central Coast premier wineries complemented with savory and sweet delectable delights at the Santa Barbara Wine Festival. (Saturday, June 29, 2013)

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25th Annual French Festival - The Santa Barbara French Festival returns to Oak Park July 13 and 14 to celebrate Bastille Day and all the things that make the French cultural history so rich (Sunday, July 14, 2013)

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California Wine Festival - Hit the grassy, palm-lined Chase Palm Park to experience the quintessential California wine tasting event at our 10th Annual California Wine Festival grand finale. Festival takes place from July 18th - 20th. (Saturday, July 20, 2013)

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Cocktails at Milk & Honey
updated: 06/12/13 12:06 pm

Late-Night Cocktails at Alcazar
updated: 06/12/13 12:10 pm

Bourbon Room Cocktails
updated: 06/12/13 12:13 pm

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Petcentric - supreme pet care for you and your pet!
updated: 05/25/13 1:34 pm

Welcome Pet Sitters of Santa Barbara Clients!
updated: 05/25/13 1:41 pm

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