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Hollister council moves to seek voter input on biker rally

At a special meeting on May 14, the Hollister City Council decided by a consensus to have a consulting agency prepare a nonbinding measure on the Nov. 8 ballot asking voters if the city should reestablish the Annual Independence Day Rally beginning in 2023. The measure will consist of two...
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Hollister angler wins pro tournament

Hollister resident Bryan Grier won first place in the Major League Fishing Toyota Series’ Clear Lake tournament earlier this year. Grier took home more than $25,000 in winnings from the April 28-30 tournament by bringing five bass to the stage, weighing a total of 21 pounds, 12 ounces, says a press release from Major League Fishing. Grier’s three-day total of 15 bass weighing 58 pounds, 5 ounces, earned him the victory to more than 2 pounds over second-place angler Joshua Adams.
HOLLISTER, CA
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City of Monterey approves first step in new hotel development

MONTEREY, Calif. — On Tuesday night, the city of Monterey held a city meeting with two particular items up for discussion— affordable housing and hotel development. All five city council members voted yes, approving the first step in the development of a 45 unit hotel on North Fremont Street.
MONTEREY, CA
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Watsonville youth equestrian team takes third at national finals

WATSONVILLE—A team of local youth equestrians brought some national acclaim back to the Central Coast after putting on a strong performance nearly 3,000 miles away from home. The Belmont Training Stables team, based out of Monte Vista Christian School, placed third at the Interscholastic Equestrian Association National finals in...
WATSONVILLE, CA
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Santa Cruz winemakers face a bottled-up glass supply

The stresses of the world might have pushed more of us to turn to the solace of a glass of wine at the end of the day — but now, international upheaval could make that small pleasure more expensive. A glass shortage that began in the early days of...
SANTA CRUZ, CA
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Nancy Hodges

Nancy Hodges, who co-hosted “Friendly Fire” on Meridian Media news/talk KSAL Salinas, CA (1150) from Oct. 31, 2005, until her retirement on Aug. 2, 2019, has passed away following a battle with leukemia. “My Mom died today very peacefully,” her son posted to social media, the radio station...
SALINAS, CA

Monterey school district reinstates mask mandate

Pacific Grove Unified School District reinstated the mask mandate in schools until further notice, the district announced Monday on Twitter. Earlier in April, the district’s school board approved a policy that would require all students and staff to wear masks indoors if cases and test positivity reached the “moderate” threshold. This would mean a seven-day test positivity greater than 5% and a seven-day average case rate of more than 10 cases per 100,000 individuals. Since the district hit this threshold, masks are mandated until test positivity and cases move back into the “low” category.
MONTEREY, CA
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Former UCSC chancellor, campus dean Karl Pister dies at 96

After dedicating more than 70 years of his life expanding opportunities for students in the UC system, former campus dean of engineering Karl Pister died Saturday at the age of 96. Pister began his career as a structural engineering professor at UC Berkeley for nearly 40 years before advancing to...
BERKELEY, CA
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Softball | King City Mustangs become co-champs of Cypress Division

KING CITY — After dropping their last game to Pacific Grove, the King City softball team couldn’t capture the Cypress Division outright; however, with a win over Rancho San Juan, the Lady Mustangs became this season’s co-champs. After starting 6-0 in the division, the Mustangs found themselves...
KING CITY, CA
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Gavilan College holding superintendent candidate forums

Information provided by Gavilan College Trustee Irma Gonzalez Area 7. Gavilan college has three interviews with Superintendent/President candidates scheduled May 18. The public may participate in person or over Zoom. The three candidates are the finalists following a national search. The finalists will participate in open forums at the Gavilan...
HOLLISTER, CA
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