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November 30, 2022

Letters to the Editor, Oct. 7

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Measure S is a fair compromise Watsonville Mayor Pro Tempore Eduardo Montesino made some important points in his letter (The Pajaronian, Sept. 23) urging voters to vote Yes on Measure S and No on Measure Q. As a member of the Pajaro Valley Unified School...

Emily Balli, May 4: May is CalFresh Awareness Month

CalFresh (formally known as Food Stamps) helps struggling families and individuals in California purchase healthy, nourishing food, including at farmers markets.

Letters to the Editor, Aug. 22: Time for Confederate monuments to come down

Letters to the Editor, Aug. 22, 2017

New habits

Jay Shinseki Watsonville
Ever since the Covid-19 pandemic entered our lives we have had to change the way we do things quite a bit. We are careful about who we encounter, we wear our masks, we practice social distancing, we wash our hands more often, and we...

For the Love of Flicks: Summer '18 stacked with interesting movies

I would say the summer blockbuster season usually begins on the first weekend of May, but the last two weeks have been filled with duds and small independent flicks. There was no way I was going to watch “Breaking In” or “Life of the Party” last weekend — I think I’ve had my fill of Melissa McCarthy playing the same “aw-shucks-look-at-miserable-me-fall-off-of-things” role. So here’s my look ahead at the upcoming summer movie season.

Question of the Week

Yes: 91 No: 22 Public Comment Joey Elijah Martinez: The city is focused on stuff that’s a waste of money but doesn’t do nothing about all the syringes all over Ramsay Park and downtown. Focus on that first please.   Sam Ayala: Shut down the...

From the editor's desk: A boost for local organizations

It was a good weekend for fundraising in the Pajaro Valley and surrounding area.

Letters to the Editor, June 20: An ‘All Star Thank You’

Letters to the Editor, June 20, 2017

Supporting those who put themselves out front

In March 2020 as the Covid-19 pandemic set in, a large collective of nonprofits, public institutions and individuals serving the Pajaro Valley mobilized weekly meetings. The intent was to become informed and advocate for equitable public health resources and transparency in the County’s Covid-19...

Letters to the Editor, Nov. 1

Corruption runs deep As a Progressive I enjoy watching the Republicans and Democrats (Hillary, Trump and Biden) accuse each other of corruption. Of course both sides are correct.  If you doubt this, go to opensecrets.org to find lists of their big-money corporate donors. Corrupting corporate money...
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‘Catz on the search for new football head coach

WATSONVILLE—The Watsonville High football program is on the hunt for a new head coach this offseason after the school announced that Anthony Valdivia was...