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2020 Indie Book Awards honors Soledad author

SOLEDAD — Soledad resident Jafe Danbury’s debut novel, “The Other Cheek,” has been named by the Independent Book Publishing Professionals Group as one of the best indie books of 2020. FULL STORY: https://salinasvalleytribune.com/2020-indie-book-awards-honors-soledad-author/

Longtime Soledad Police Department employee retires

SOLEDAD — Forty years of service at the City of Soledad Police Department concluded for Maria “Nena” Lopez last Friday, Nov. 1. Lopez came in to work at her regular time and performed her duties as the executive assistant to the chief of police and police records supervisor...

Soledad’s Pinnacles Parkway project draws concern from landowner

SOLEDAD — Soledad City Council heard an update on the Pinnacles Parkway project during its Oct. 7 meeting. The project would create a new road to connect the city’s southern and eastern portions, but it would need to cross existing farmland to do so. FULL...

POOL TIME

Hot summer days are upon the residents of South Monterey County, and one way to stay cool during those warm days is jumping into one of the pools in King City, Greenfield, Soledad and Gonzales.

Ranch Rodeo returns Sunday to Salinas Valley Fairgrounds

This weekend’s Monterey County Ranch Rodeo, co-produced by the Monterey County Cattlemen’s Association and the Salinas Valley Fair, will raise funds for both nonprofits while offering a fun way for local buckaroos to compete in traditional ranching contests.

Residents encouraged to sign up for free clean drinking water

State Water Board bilingual staff, along with Monterey County Public Health, will have a booth to sign up any qualified residents this Sunday for free bottled drinking water if they have domestic wells with high nitrate levels.

SCAR serves up baked potatoes for nearly 200 at Paw-some Party

South County Animal Rescue (SCAR) hosted its annual Paw-some Potato Party last Sunday, Aug. 4, at Bill Ramus Park in Soledad to benefit the volunteer-run organization.

Teacher Pathway Program grows at Hartnell College

Hartnell College has welcomed its newest Teacher Pathway Program cohort to campus. While it is the third cohort to participate in the program, it is the first to be held at the college’s main campus in Salinas.

Grass fire injures 3 firefighters near Greenfield

A 37-acre vegetation fire near Greenfield injured three firefighters who were battling the blaze Sunday afternoon, Cal Fire officials said.

Landmark education case stemming from Soledad marks 50 years

MONTEREY COUNTY — Monterey County Board of Supervisors passed a resolution to honor the 50th anniversary of the landmark education and civil rights case of Diana v. California State Board of Education during its Jan. 26 regular meeting. FULL STORY: https://salinasvalleytribune.com/landmark-education-case-stemming-from-soledad-marks-50-years/
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