• Sites for fireworks being scouted

    Pyro Spectaculars Inc., the Fourth of July Committee and the Soledad Fire Department are working together to find a suitable location for this year’s city fireworks show.

  • June Primary filing period opens Feb. 12

    The June Primary Election is less than five months away and filing dates are rapidly approaching.

  • Youth prep for annual fair

    Though the annual Salinas Valley Fair is four months away, Soledad High School FFA students have selected the animals they are going to exhibit in May.

  • Summit to combat gang violence

    Local families, youth and adults are invited to be a part of the annual Gang Prevention Summit on Saturday, Jan. 27, a free event at the Salinas Clubhouse of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Monterey County at 85 Maryal Drive, behind the Salinas Sports Complex. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m.

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Soledad on brink of title

A win tonight at Gonzales could assure the Soledad Lady Aztecs a share of the Mission Trail Athletic League Championship, while a victory over Santa Catalina at home on Friday would mean an undisputed title for Soledad.

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South County's regular soccer season heats up

With a handful of games remaining in the Mission Trail and Coastal League, South County boys and girls teams are playing hard for a shot at a league title or Central Coast Section Playoff spot.

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Lady Aztecs tame Mustangs

Three players scored in double figures for Soledad High as they knocked King City out of a first place tie in the Mission Trail Athletic League with a 49-34 home victory on Jan. 31.

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Warrior cheer teams place in Vegas

Three teams representing the Soledad Warrior Youth Football Cheer squads competed at the Jamz Cheer and Dance National Competition in Las Vegas on Jan. 19-22. Soledad placed second in the Midget Division and second in the Jr. Peewee Division. The Peewee cheer squad competed but did not place in the top three.

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Soledad wins 49-48 thriller over Breakers

Soledad senior guard Beto Trujillo hit a game-winning free-throw to send the Pacific Grove Breakers to their first Mission Trail Athletic League loss of the season.

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