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February 8, 2023

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, March 17: Watsonville kicks big tobacco in the butt

Letters to the Editor, March 17, 2018

Tanya Ridino, Doug Keegan and Miriam Stombler, Oct. 12: Protecting our community’s children

No matter how you feel about immigration policy, we can all agree that we want all children to be and feel safe. As a team of community leaders and activists, we are working to make sure all children have a secure place to live should something happen to their parents.

On my mind, June 10: The song of life

For the past several weeks the mockingbirds have returned to our yard. This is the normal pattern, around May and June. Let’s face it — they’re noisy and a nuisance. It used to really bother me, but for reasons unknown, I’ve come to enjoy their morning sy

Letters to the Editor, Dec. 9: Made in the USA

Letters to the Editor, Dec. 9, 2017

Charles Montoya, Feb. 3: Past accomplishments, future challenges

As we embark on Watsonville’s 150th birthday, I would like to take a moment to reflect on what the City Council, staff and community partners have accomplished over the last two years and look forward to the year ahead.

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

Letters to the Editor, April 7, 2018

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...

Letter to the Editor, Dec. 30: Let’s pay our teachers

Letter to the Editor, Dec. 30, 2017

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.
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PVUSD Board set to appoint new member

WATSONVILLE—Four people have applied to fill the seat on the Pajaro Valley Unified School District Board of Trustees left vacant when Maria Orozco was...