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ASK THE CANDIDATES | Soledad council hopefuls sound off on city issues

Voters in Soledad will soon be choosing a mayor and two city council members in the upcoming Nov. 6 Statewide General Election.

Salinas Valley State Prison approaches Soledad to partner on Camp Grace program

Salinas Valley State Prison’s new warden reached out to Soledad City Council to discuss a partnership for food and beverages for youth campers.

Whirl of fun

Butler Amusement and Soledad Education Foundation came together to host the annual Spring Carnival on April 12-15 at Frank Ledesma Elementary School.

Council approves first reading of changes to card rooms and betting limit

Soledad City Council has approved changes to card rooms, including upping the betting limit per hand and which card games can be played.

Soledad PD takes on lip-sync challenge

Soledad Police Department put its singing and dancing skills to the test with a Lip Sync Challenge video released Oct. 17.

Students honor local veterans

On Monday, Nov. 6, Fairview Middle School celebrated local veterans at its annual Veterans Assembly, a tradition that originated 30 years ago at Gonzales High School.

Students play investigators

Main Street Middle School eighth-graders recently investigated a mock crime scene and wrote their conclusions to the scenario.


The Salinas Annual Veterans Day Parade brought many local veterans as well as high school groups, such as Soledad High School NJROTC and Gonzales Marching Band, to honor veterans Nov. 11 at Downtown Main Street.

Dedication set for new windmill

King City in Bloom will host a dedication ceremony next Wednesday for the new windmill and landscaping at the entrance to San Lorenzo County Park.

BLM announces fire restrictions for county lands

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) announced that precautionary fire restrictions would be in place beginning Saturday, June 10, on public lands managed by the Central Coast Field Office. The restrictions prohibit campfires or open flames on BLM-managed