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December 5, 2023

Letters to the Editor, April 7: Will we ever see equality in wages?

Letters to the Editor, April 7, 2018

Watsonville mayor's update, April 2018

Watsonville mayor's update, April 2018

Pat Fohrman, April 7: A private initiative to solve a very public problem

At the March 13 meeting of the Watsonville City Council, prominent business people, Sherry Dang and Kirk DiCicco, outlined for the City Council a project that they have been engaged in over the past eight years, helping one homeless person at a time find stability and a way back to self-reliance and self-respect by providing jobs, positive reinforcement and training.

Letter to the Editor, April 5: Look at both sides of rail issue

Letter to the Editor, April 5, 2018

From the editor's desk, April 3: On to the next 150 years

March, an exhausting month characterized by 150th anniversary celebrations, is now behind us.

Letters to the Editor, April 3: Great work, Watsonville PD

Letters to the Editor, April 3, 2018

Marc Pimentel, Faris Sabbah and Dori Rose Inda, March 29: Attacks on unions undermine community healthcare

Unions have been a path to economic security for many Americans and in particular, have ensured those benefits reach minority workers.

Letter to the Editor, March 27: Republicans, please help

Letter to the Editor, March 27, 2018

Leslie DeRose, Maria Orozco and Kimberly De Serpa, March 22: In praise of school counselors

Recently, the Register-Pajaronian published an article regarding counseling services available to students in the Pajaro Valley Unified School District. While the article touched on key components, it did miss an opportunity to depict the many positive elements that encompass the district’s services to its most fragile students.
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Supervisors approve half-cent sales tax for March ballot

Santa Cruz County residents will consider a half-cent sales tax on the March 5 ballot which, if approved by a simple majority, will fund...