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June 1, 2023

Acosta must resign

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By Elaine Legorreta This is a call for the resignation of Georgia Acosta from the Pajaro Valley Unified School District Board of Trustees. One of several deficits is her disregard of the law and district by-laws.  Trustee Acosta demonstrated either a disrespect or ignorance of...

Angela Marie Castro

A recitation of the Holy Rosary will begin at Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic Church in Pajaro beginning at 11 a.m.

Letters to the Editor, Dec. 2

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Name change decision defies wishes of majority I read with regret Todd Guild's article in your Nov. 18 edition, “Cabrillo College trustees vote for name change.” According to the article, 76% of our community did not want to change the name of our excellent community...

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

Letter to the Editor, April 10, 2018

Letters to the Editor, Sept. 9

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Naloxone can save lives A billboard will be unveiled in Watsonville presenting how Naloxone can easily save and reverse an opioid overdose.  True convenience arrives as soon as anyone views the value and significance of this tool. It has the power to save a life. Why...

A city at the crossroads | Letters to the Editor

City at the crossroads Watsonville is at a crossroads. The Watsonville Planning Commission needs to get its priorities straight. Instead of promoting cannabis dispensaries and the shortsighted thinking of narrowing Main St. down to two lanes, it should be focusing on much more serious issues...

Letters to the Editor, April 8

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Measure D will waste taxpayer money Supporters of Measure D always promise us that we can railbank our county rail and eventually reinstall rail at a later date. They cite Denton County, Texas as an example of this happening. Since I lived in Denton years ago,...

Mayor's Update, March 2019

Keeping up with Watsonville

Veterans commissaries will open to more Veterans | Letters to the Editor

Veterans commissaries will open to more Veterans As many of you already know, Commissaries are basically your neighborhood grocery store that happens to be located on a military base anywhere worldwide. Like a grocery store, they sell everything that you would need for your household....

Mariners swing their way to 28th league title | Boys golf

The Aptos High boys’ golf team this season qualified as a group to compete at Central Coast Section Regional Golf Tournament, giving golfers a...