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Fees reduced for artists’ open studio tour

Thanks to funding from the Arts Council for Monterey County, Monterey Peninsula Foundation and Yellow Brick Road Benefit Shops, a discounted registration fee of $150 is being offered to participants whose tour locations are in Salinas, Salinas Valley and

Governor lifts state drought emergency

Following unprecedented water conservation and plentiful winter rain and snow, Gov. Edmund G. Brown Jr. ended the drought state of emergency in most of California on April 7.

County supervisor applauds new drinking water program

Monterey County Supervisor Luis Alejo applauded a first-of-its-kind drinking water replacement program between the Salinas Basin Agricultural Stewardship Group, LLC, and the State Water Resources Control Board and the Central Coast Regional Water Quality

Lake San Antonio to reopen for recreation

The County of Monterey and the California Parks Company have announced the reopening of Lake San Antonio, which has been closed since July 2015 due to the drought.

Celebrate Earth Day with Green Drinks

The Sustainability Academy is partnering with Earthbound Farm’s Carmel Valley Farm Stand to host an Earth Day Green Drinks event Saturday, April 22, from 4 to 6 p.m., at the stand, 7250 Carmel Valley Road, in Carmel.

Mumau gives report on county schools

Monterey County Office of Education’s (MCOE) Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services Jaime Valenzuela-Mumau spoke to members of the Soledad Rotary.

Coffee with a Cop set for Friday

Residents are invited to come meet some of their local law enforcement during Coffee with a Cop, being held at the Soledad Starbucks from 4:30 to 6 p.m.

Club tackles bullying, intolerance with student video

While there are many groups and clubs at Soledad High School (SHS), few reach out to other students in the Soledad Unified School District like the way Not In Our Schools (NIOS) Club does.

Soledad welcomes new Police Officer Yasin

In a small ceremony held last week at City Hall, the City of Soledad added another officer to its ranks.


Many in the city of Soledad are celebrating the return of the Soledad Farmers Market, which signals that spring is here along with fresh fruits and vegetables.