• Pinnacles National Park receives field trip grant from National Park Foundation

    Pinnacles National Park will receive a field trip grant for the 2018-19 school year from the National Park Foundation, the official nonprofit partner of the National Park Service. This $5,200 grant will be used to help underserved schools with the cost of transportation to Pinnacles National Park.

  • New left turn signals installed at Front and Nestles

    Soledad drivers received some traffic relief after turn signal lights were added at the traffic intersection of Front Street and Nestles Road.

  • City considers partnerships to bring solar energy to Soledad

    Solar energy is back to the forefront for the City of Soledad after it previously hit a snag with legislation.

  • Fire district obtains traffic safety grant

    The South Monterey County Fire Protection District (SOMOCO) and the City of Soledad Fire Department partnered for a regional traffic safety grant and were awarded $70,000 for the purchase of electric powered extrication equipment with funding from the California Office of Traffic Safety through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

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Hartnell discusses new local campus

Hartnell College is coming to Soledad and will have a parcel of land to build the Soledad Outreach Educational Facility.

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SHS student to graduate a year early

Soledad High School will graduate one of its own a year early as student Abril Alcala will have completed her high school courses at the end of the 2018-19 school year.

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Volleyball | Lady Aztecs improve to 5-1 in league

With wins over visiting Robert Louis Stevenson and on the road in Watsonville against the Pajaro Valley Grizzlies, the Soledad High Lady Aztec volleyball team improved to 5-1 in Cypress Divisional play and 8-7 overall.

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AZTEC PRIDE

Disney-themed parade floats featuring “Toy Story,” “The Incredibles,” “Monsters Inc.” and more took over Soledad High School last week as students and staff celebrated Homecoming.

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Cross Country | Mustang boys win invitational

With five runners in the top six places the King City varsity boys cross country team easily won their division at Saturday’s Jackie Henderson Memorial Invitational hosted by North Monterey High School in Castroville. King City scored 17 points to easily defeat second place San Benito with 66 points. Soledad High placed fifth in the division.

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Volleyball | Lady Aztecs improve to 5-1 in league

With wins over visiting Robert Louis Stevenson and on the road in Watsonville against the Pajaro Valley Grizzlies, the Soledad High Lady Aztec volleyball team improved to 5-1 in Cypress Divisional play and 8-7 overall.

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Cross Country | New Center Meets begin

Cross country dual meets have been eliminated this season as the newly formed Pacific Coast Athletic League has opted to run Center Meets with the new divisions competed in various venues.

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Football | Warriors defeat Aztecs

The 4-1 Righetti High School Warriors scored six touchdowns to drop the host Soledad Aztec football to 0-4 in non-league games.

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Cross Country | Runners gather for Earlybird Invitational

The competition was tough for local high school cross country runners at the 23rd Annual North Monterey County Earlybird Invitational Cross Country Meet at Toro Park on Saturday.

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    Football | Soledad comes up short against Viks

    A second half implosion by the Soledad Aztecs football team cost them in a 28-27 loss to the visiting North Salinas High Vikings. Soledad led by a 20-0 score but were outscored 28-7 in the second half to fall to 0-2 in Mission Divisional play of the Pacific Coast Athletic League and 0-6 overall.

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    Volleyball | South County weekly roundup

    A switch to the Cypress Division of the Pacific Coast Athletic League has been positive so far for the Soledad Lady Aztecs volleyball team. With a 7-1 divisional record and 10-7 overall mark, Soledad is staying in league in non-league play.

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    Football | Aztecs wear down against Mustangs

    A physical Monte Vista Christian Mustang football team scored three touchdowns in the third quarter to break open a close game against the host Soledad Aztecs on Friday night at Gene Martin Stadium. The Mustangs downed the Aztecs 34-19 in the Mission Division opener for both teams.

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