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October 26, 2020

Watsonville Mayor's Update, January 2018

Watsonville Mayor's Update, January 2018

Letters to the Editor, Dec. 6

Clearing up the attacks on Panetta You may have seen strange and vague ads on TV this last week that mention our Congressman, Jimmy Panetta, and a bill that he introduced. I want to set the record straight and...

Letter to the Editor, April 10: Need new leadership for South County

Letter to the Editor, April 10, 2018

Summer '17 movie season a mixed bag

I figured that it would stink but nothing really prepared me for just how bad “Transformers: The Last Knight” would be. The acting was phoned in, the script was garbage and even the million-dollar action blended into itself. The only silver lining to this

Local actions matter in battle with climate change

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By Felipe Hernandez, Watsonville City Councilman We face a sobering reality.  For those of us who came of age in the 20th century, the existential threat of climate change that we debated theoretically and at great length will...

Letters to the Editor, July 6

Letters to the Editor, July 6, 2018

Shaz Roth | Honoring those who have given back

The Pajaro Valley Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture is celebrating 57 years of honoring the people, businesses and organizations who have made this one of the absolute best places to live.

Movie Review: 'A Cure for Wellness' not quite a comeback for Verbinski

“A Cure for Wellness” is not quite what I expected or would have wished for from Verbinski, but it challenged me enough that I can say I’m excited for him to do something similar but not as convoluted or heavy.

Support California’s essential workers

Safety nets for California farmworkers Like health care workers on the front lines of coronavirus battle,  California farmworkers are on the front lines of our state’s $54 billion food supply chain, yet have few safety nets and protections. Governor...

Watsonville mayor's update, October 2017

Watsonville Mayor's Update, October 2017
Aptos Branch Library

Aptos Library slated for demolition, rebuild

APTOS—Plans are moving forward with the Aptos Branch Library project to raze the existing 8,000-square-foot building near the corner of State Park...