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January 23, 2022

Covid-19 restrictions loosen as Santa Cruz County sees fewer cases

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SANTA CRUZ COUNTY—California health officials on Tuesday moved Santa Cruz County into the less restrictive “Moderate” or Orange tier, meaning that several businesses can reopen and welcome in more customers. The move means that the county is seeing 1-3.9 new cases per 100,00 in population....

Remaining ‘Do Not Drink-Do Not Boil’ orders lifted for SLVWD customers

The San Lorenzo Valley Water District (SLVWD), in conjunction with the State Water Resources Control Board, announced on Oct. 23 the cancellation of the “Do Not Drink-Do Not Boil” notice in all of its service areas.  Customers may resume using tap water for drinking, cooking...

As election day draws near, options to cast vote aplenty

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SANTA CRUZ COUNTY—With just one week until election day, Santa Cruz County voters still have plenty of options of what to do with their completed ballot. It’s important to know that it is not necessary to mark every section. Leaving an option blank—or even marking...

What is a Felton father’s ‘dream’? Answer: Jeopardy!

Local man appears on renowned show Longtime Jeopardy! aficionado and Felton resident Jack Mooney lived out a lifelong “dream,” appearing on the celebrated game show on Oct. 14. Mooney said he began watching Jeopardy! as a teen. “We’d sit down as a family and watch during dinner…...

Faye G. Belardi Memorial Gallery Debuts with Smithsonian’s ‘Water|Ways’

The Faye G. Belardi Memorial Gallery recently opened its doors for the first time since closing as the Felton Library.  During the past few months, volunteers and San Lorenzo Valley Museum (SLVM) staff have painted, rewired and floored the historic building for the gallery’s premiere....

Sifter Sisters

Siblings help community recover from CZU fire Mikayla Casey, 14, of Boulder Creek loves books.  Her favorite activity while in Girl Scouts was to meet with her troop at the Alba Schoolhouse in Ben Lomond to catalog the hundreds of books housed in the historical building....

Four candidates vying for SLV Water Board

As residents of Boulder Creek will tell you, having access to a clean and reliable water source is a big deal. The disruption to water services due to the CZU August Lightning Complex affected vast swaths of Boulder Creekans; from Do Not Boil orders...

A Word from Our Mayor

The signs draped on highway overpasses really do say it all:  “Thank you Firefighters”  “Thank you Cal Fire, Sheriff, Police, EMS.” The profound thanks and gratitude is from the heart and the feelings of appreciation are authentic and run deep.  I believe this outpouring reflects a realization that our homes and way of life in our city really did hang in the balance and our fortuitous escape from disaster made people reflect on their good fortune.

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

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...