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May 22, 2022

From the editor's desk, June 27: Meet the interns

You may have noticed some new bylines in the Register-Pajaronian recently. This summer, we have brought on three editorial interns who are learning the ropes of news writing.

Letters to the Editor, June 27: Remembering Bill Bachan

Letters to the Editor, June 27, 2017

Letters to the Editor, June 24: Fueling the flame of discrimination

Letters to the Editor, June 24, 2017

Letters to the Editor, June 22: Unjust incarceration must never be repeated

Letters to the Editor, June 22, 2017

Responding to the Grand Jury’s Measure L report

Much of the grand jury report about Measure L was true, two years ago. It fails to recognize the many changes that have taken place since.

From the editor's desk, June 20: A surprising meeting

A seemingly routine item on the Watsonville Planning Commission’s agenda has turned out to be full of surprises.

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

Letters to the Editor, June 20, 2017

Movie Review: Disappointing third act keeps 'Wonder Woman' from greatness

The first half of “Wonder Woman” is excellent. The characters are deep, the acting is believable, the set pieces are excellent and the comedy is well written — Pine kills every scene he’s in with his perfect delivery. But the second half devolves into a C

Family-friendly LGBTQ+ Peninsula Pride Parade in Seaside

June 12 marked the anniversary of the Orlando massacre that killed 49 queer people of color. A year ago, prominent local gay cleric Father Jon Perez hosted a vigil in which speakers emphasized that our LGBTQ+ community would not be driven back into the cl

From the editor's desk: City making strides with crime rate

City leaders have every right to be proud of Watsonville’s dropping crime rate, capped off by no homicides in 2016.

‘Catz earn top seed in CCS D-II field | High school...

It wasn’t whether or not the Watsonville High softball team was going to qualify for the Central Coast Section playoffs. The big question was where...