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January 25, 2022

Strike averted as County, employees reach agreement

SANTA CRUZ COUNTY—The union that represents some 1,600 County of Santa Cruz employees has averted a strike after hammering out a tentative agreement during...

As Build Back Better Plan Stalls, Scotts Valley Digs Into Piggy Bank

It was like music to the ears of Scotts Valley politicians, last summer, when Democrats announced they’d be setting $1.4 million aside to replace...

Fundraising Campaign Eyes Large Addition for Big Basin

In August of 2020, the CZU Lightning Complex tore through the forests of the Santa Cruz Mountains. On the east, the fire kissed the...

Female leaders Ready to Guide Scotts Valley’s 2022 Rebound

On Tuesday, new Scotts Valley City Manager Mali LaGoe went for a tour of the library building currently undergoing a full renovation and was...

Leaders Encourage Businesses to Apply for Covid-Relief Cash

Though a Jan. 12 webinar about federal Covid-relief funding for local businesses was short and to the point, Scotts Valley City Councilman Randy Johnson...

Barring agreement, County employees will strike on Jan. 25

SANTA CRUZ—Service Employees International Union Local 521, the union representing the majority of Santa Cruz County workers, has called for a strike after a...


Every year, we tend to reflect on how the year went at the end of the year. We look forward with great hope to the New Year. In business, reflection is a must. Each month, I write about one local business in our Valley that is making a difference...

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