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Movie Review: Craig and Co. carry 'Logan Lucky'

Daniel Craig recently signed on to return as James Bond for the 25th installment of the iconic film franchise. I love Craig as Bond — he’s without a doubt my favorite Bond — but after watching him in “Logan Lucky” that news has me a bit sad. Craig absolutely crushes it as the aptly named Joe Bang in director Steven Soderbergh’s return to the heist film genre and his performance has me itching to see him continue to branch out in different roles. I definitely want him to leave the Bond franchise on a good note — and we all know that “Spectre” was far from good — but I’d much rather see the 49-year-old chase interesting and wacky roles like Joe Bang the rest of his career.

On my mind, Aug. 26: Three big losses

It is with great sadness that I write about the passing of three important friends, who I believe played a huge role in shaping the fabric of Watsonville: Jim Rector, master home builder, Peggy Avalos, site manager at the Watsonville Senior Center through Community Bridges, and Lorraine Stucki, community activist and former Couch Distributing worker.

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

Letters to the Editor, Aug. 22, 2017

From the editor's desk, Aug. 22: Back in session

It seems like just a few weeks ago I wrote a column promoting the Register-Pajaronian’s graduation section that highlighted some stand-out graduates across the county.

From the editor's desk, Aug. 15: Celebrating 150 years

The Register-Pajaronian will be celebrating its sesquicentennial in 2018, and this is where you, the readers, come in.

Movie Review: 'Annabelle: Creation' fine for what it is

The second movie of a spinoff series in “The Conjuring” universe about a killer demonic doll, “Annabelle: Creation” is far and away better than the first entry, which debuted in 2014 and gave me one of the best 1-hour-and-40-minute, movie-theater naps I’ve ever taken. The scares are OK, the writing is better and — thank God — tighter than the first and the overall story is good enough to keep you guessing at least for the first third.

Letters to the Editor, Aug. 15: Let’s continue to adapt ACA

Letters to the Editor, Aug. 15, 2017

Michelle Rodriguez: PVUSD poised to impact student learning during 2017-18

As we launch into the 2017-18 school year on Aug. 16, PVUSD leadership has a singular and coherent focus on student success. Achieving this mission will involve cultivating collaborative cultures, focusing direction, securing accountability, deepening lea

Bill Monning, Aug. 5: Purple Heart Day

On July 20, 2017, the California State Senate passed Senate Concurrent Resolution 55 declaring Aug. 7 as Purple Heart Day in California. I am proud to be a coauthor of this resolution that honors Purple Heart recipients and those who serve in the Armed Fo

Watsonville mayor's update, August 2017

Watsonville mayor's update, August 2017
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Mariners looking to make some noise in league play | Girls...

APTOS—Matt Anderson has adjusted quite well in his second stint as coach of the Aptos High girls’ golf team. He’s feeling more confident than...