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April 23, 2021

San Lorenzo Valley Museum’s spring auction moves online

For all the historical icons in the San Lorenzo Valley (hello, Roaring Camp, Henry Cowell and Covered Bridge Park), there are some that seemingly...

Scotts Valley Art, Wine and Beer Festival returns in August

Danny Reber has a lot on his plate. As the Executive Director of the Scotts Valley Chamber of Commerce, Reber oversees a variety of...

From the ashes: How rebirth of CZU burn zone will explain post-fire ecosystems

The scorched earth left behind by the CZU Lightning Complex fires won’t stay barren for long. That’s according to Amy Patten, who manages the Rare...

Scotts Valley City Council to consider raising wastewater rates

Scotts Valley residents could see an increase in wastewater rates as the city looks to fund improvements to its collection and treatment system. The last...

What is going on at Daybreak Camp?

For months, the lot on the corner of Mt. Hermon and Graham Hill roads in Felton has been a beehive of activity. Usually, the verdant...

North County Dems to host farmworker justice advocate

The Democratic Club of North Santa Cruz County will welcome Elizabeth Strater, Director of Strategic Campaigns at United Farm Workers (UFW), for its monthly...

County animal shelter reinstates free pop-up clinics

SANTA CRUZ COUNTY—When the pandemic hit one year ago, the Santa Cruz County Animal Shelter (SCCAS) was forced to shut down its Healthy Pets...

Scotts Valley falling behind on affordable units as state boosts new targets

Scotts Valley is falling behind when it comes to meeting its state-mandated housing goals. Between 2014 and 2023, California expects 140 housing units to be...

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