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August 9, 1989 | CHARLES HILLINGER, Times Staff Writer
The company was started in a one-car garage in Santa Barbara six years ago. Now, the olives it produces are sold in all 50 states and in several foreign countries. Jars of the 37 different kinds of spiced and stuffed olives produced by the Santa Barbara Olive Co. are found in gourmet shops, supermarkets and restaurants coast to coast--as well as in stores such as Neiman Marcus, Macy's and Harrods in London.
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March 16, 1991 | MARIA L. La GANGA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With its back to the wall and the fate of a $52-million agricultural industry at stake, the Goleta Water District selected a company Friday to ship Canadian water to this thirsty Santa Barbara County coastal community by supertanker, the first time such a drastic action has been taken in the United States. But contract negotiations with the firm that was chosen and a complicated permit process still stand between Goleta and the costly water from British Columbia.
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March 16, 1991 | MARIA L. La GANGA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With its back to the wall and the fate of a $52-million agricultural industry at stake, the Goleta Water District selected a company Friday to ship Canadian water to this thirsty Santa Barbara County coastal community by supertanker, the first time such a drastic action has been taken in the United States. But contract negotiations with the firm that was chosen and a complicated permit process still stand between Goleta and the costly water from British Columbia.
BUSINESS
August 9, 1989 | CHARLES HILLINGER, Times Staff Writer
The company was started in a one-car garage in Santa Barbara six years ago. Now, the olives it produces are sold in all 50 states and in several foreign countries. Jars of the 37 different kinds of spiced and stuffed olives produced by the Santa Barbara Olive Co. are found in gourmet shops, supermarkets and restaurants coast to coast--as well as in stores such as Neiman Marcus, Macy's and Harrods in London.
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July 4, 2003 | William Overend, Times Staff Writer
As law enforcement officials praised them for their community spirit, leaders of the Santa Ynez band of Chumash Indians announced Thursday that they are donating more than $158,000 in sophisticated crime lab equipment to police agencies throughout Santa Barbara County.
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