• Police seek residents’ opinion on services

    South County police departments in the cities of Gonzales, Soledad, Greenfield and King City are working together to strengthen their regional law enforcement.

  • Chamber looking for citizen, business nominations

    It’s that time of year to award the Soledad Chamber’s Citizen of the Year, and it needs help choosing who that should be. Nominations are also being sought for Business of the Year, the Friend of the Community and a recipient of the Lifetime Achievement a

  • Cronk appointed South County Newspapers editor

    Ryan Cronk has been appointed editor of South County Newspapers — the King City Rustler, Greenfield News, Soledad Bee and Gonzales Tribune.

  • Cities to receive millions in funds from transportation bill

    The cities of Gonzales, Greenfield, King City and Soledad will receive an estimated $15 million over the next decade for their transportation system after California legislators approved Senate Bill 1 last Friday, April 7.

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Soledad coach fights in Stockton

Frankie Berlanga completed his goal by fighting in Stockton in an MMA event.

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Athletes place at Kearney Meet

Soledad High varsity thrower Daniel Contawe won the discus and placed second in the shot put at Saturday’s Bill Kearney Track and Field Invitational at Hartnell College in Salinas. Contawe had a winning mark of 148-6 in the discus and finished with a mark

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Elite 16 Jason volleyball team heading to Junior National Championships

IMUA Elite 16 Jason, representing local-based elite travel volleyball club IMUA Volleyball Club, is headed to the USA Volleyball Girls’ Junior National Championships — formerly known as the USA Junior Olympics — this summer.

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Council honors soccer team

Soledad City Council took time to honor the Soledad High School Aztecs Girls Soccer Team for winning the Mission Trail Athletic League Championship this year.

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Fairview places at Raptis

The Fairview Middle School Wrestling team from Gonzales placed sixth out of 14 teams at Saturday’s David Raptis Wrestling Invitational that was hosted by Washington Middle School.

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