• Journey to Change asks city for space

    Members of Journey to Change asked Soledad City Council for space to host their meetings to raise awareness about local violence on Nov. 1.

  • Report shows city reducing waste impact

    Tri-Cities Disposal is reporting that the City of Soledad is making a difference in reducing its environmental impact by having a 69 percent diversion rate for recycling, trash and yard waste.

  • Monterey County Pops returns for free veterans concert

    Monterey County Pops! orchestra’s “Salute to Veterans” concerts, performed in conjunction with the Veterans Day weekend, have been so well-received by hundreds of South County residents for the past four years that the Pops are bringing it back for another free concert at the King City High School Auditorium.

  • South County YMCA hosts Spooktacular this Friday

    Pumpkins, treats, games and more will take over the South County YMCA on Walker Drive on Oct. 27 during the Halloween “Spooktacular” event.

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Greenfield earns State meet berth

The Greenfield boys cross country team placed second in the Central Coast Division III championships on Saturday to earn a trip to the State Meet.

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Best of the class

Athletes from Gonzales, Soledad, Greenfield and King City were enshrined into the Athletics Hall of Fame Class of 2017 on Saturday, Nov. 4, at Hartnell College.

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RUNNING CHAMPS

For the third straight year the Greenfield boys are cross country champions of the Mission Trail Athletic League. The Bruins had five runners earn All-MTAL medals after out running the rest of the field. Greenfield finished first, followed by Pacific Grove and King City.

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Aztecs win undisputed title

Needing a victory to win their first outright Mission Trail Athletic League title the Soledad Aztecs amassed 390 yards of offense and shut out the Robert Louis Stevenson Pirates 35-0.

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Senior volleyball players honored

Soledad High volleyball program honored its senior players last Monday with a Senior Night Presentation.

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