• By Shelly Escalante-Cone / Managing Editor
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For the past seven years, Erin Riley's love of teaching and bridging cultural gaps has taken her to many exotic places. But her current trip, and her method of travel, may be the most exotic of all.

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Teachers Kate Riley and Marin Aldich will be keeping students updated on their bike trek through Mexico by using the Internet. The pair are starting in Panama and going through Mexico to California.

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  • By Kenny Cress / Sports Writer
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It was the pros against the local boys, and the local boys looked as though they would force a third set at the Santa Maria Open.

  • Staff Report
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The final score was 11-7 in the quarterfinal match of the CIF Division V playoffs, with the Santa Ynez girls tennis team beating St. Margaret's, thus advancing to today's semis. But the match was anything but close.

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Santa Claus paid a visit last Friday to the children of the Santa Ynez Valley State Preschool at its Winter Holiday Celebration at Antonio's Pizza in Buellton.

  • By Kenny Cress / Sports Writer
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The Santa Maria Indians looked sharp all around for seven innings Friday night.

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Indians pitcher Matt Scott, from Fresno State, limited the San Diego Mavericks to one hit over six innings in Santa Maria's 9-5 victory in the Tribe's season opener on Friday. - Ed Souza/Staff

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Spc. Dustin L. Grizzanti, U.S. Army, of Los Alamos died Monday, Nov. 2, 2004, in an accident at Fort Bragg Army Base, Fort Bragg, N.C.

  • By Quintin Cushner/Staff Writer
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While eating from plates piled high with barbecued chicken, beans and rice at Nipomo Regional Park Monday, local Democrats expressed hope of winning political races from city hall to the White House in November.