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May 17, 2021

Art exhibit provides space for locals touched by CZU fire to reflect

Devi Pride did not expect to shed tears during the opening of her 12-panel art showcase of her wildfire-ravaged property in the Santa Cruz...

Drought-like conditions keep water use restrictions in place

The May 6 meeting of the San Lorenzo Valley Water District Board of Directors brought some important issues to light, including District Manager Rick...

SLV Water District picks new director

The San Lorenzo Valley Water District Board of Directors on May 6 was busy interviewing, and ultimately welcoming, its newest director. Jayme Ackemann, a Ben...

Proposed Target sails through planning commission

Target Corp. easily cleared a hurdle as the flush-with-cash corporation continued its quick move to finalize a new store at 270 Mt. Hermon Road. During...

Felton library opens indoor browsing

The Felton Branch Library reopened some of its indoor services Tuesday. “I really enjoy being able to browse,” said 71-year-old Waldo Burford, a retired biology...

Survey predicts Santa Cruz County tourism will return

SANTA CRUZ COUNTY—The county’s tourist hotspots—along with its restaurants and hotels—can expect a slight uptick in business this summer from Californians seeking to hit...


scotts valley school bell roger snyder
By the time you read this, your Scotts Valley schools will be educating our students on campus once more. Thanks to a significant effort from our teachers, principals, staff, Assistant Superintendent Michelle Stewart and Superintendent Tanya Krause, our district was the first in the county to bring all grades...

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