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Tiny Home donated to homeless father and daughter by Boulder Creek...

One Boulder Creek family is trying to tackle the county’s homelessness issue by providing what they can to a person who needs it most.

Radio station gets funds for new antenna to service SLV

Radio station manager Tina Davey never imagined she would have the funds to build a new antenna, needed desperately in order to service the whole valley. But during KBCZ’s last pledge drive a few weeks ago several generous donations from the community and an anonymous donor who gave $8,000 helped reach the goal.

A resort is hatched

At the beginning of August 1897, Judge Logan tackled the task of converting 400 acres of former forest into a resort community.  It was decided to begin development of “Clear Creek” by concentrating on two tracts.  Cottage lots would be laid out between the county highway and the river.  The old skid roads leading to the railyard known as Reed’s or Bloom’s Switch would become streets.  The first job was to clear away the underbrush that had occupied the landscape.  The Mountain Echo applauded the idea of “leaving all tree growths, making a beautiful park of it.”  The founding families would build beside the creek, on either side of the main road.

Boulder Creek gets proactive on preventing traffic accidents

 A minor injury vehicle crash directly in front of the San Lorenzo Valley Water District office at Lomond Street and Highway 9 in downtown Boulder Creek the afternoon of April 4th resulted in one driver walking away from his overturned pickup, and another driver taken away in hand cuffs under suspicion of allegedly driving under the influence.  

Wild Roots Market begins its story

The new sign hangs outside, “Wild Roots,” and for store owner Bob Locatelli this is just the beginning of telling his own story. On April 2, the formerly New Leaf grocery stores in Felton and Boulder Creek, officially became entirely independent stores under the name Wild Roots Market.

Community comes together to clean up Boulder Creek Cemetery

Last weekend, the community of Boulder Creek proved sometimes the solution to a problem means putting in a little old fashioned hard labor.  

New charter school denied for SLVUSD

At last week’s board meeting, the San Lorenzo Valley School Unified District voted unanimously to deny a petition to form a new independent charter middle school.

New Boulder Creek fire engine ready to tackle tough terrain

Less than two years after residents overwhelmingly adopted a $35 a year parcel tax to increase safety for the Boulder Creek Fire Protection District, a new engine is on the way.

Community oriented policing in Boulder Creek

Make no mistake, sometimes being the lone lawman in the rural town of Boulder Creek can be a bit intimidating.

Boulder Creek Roadside Cafe, new look but big success

After being displaced by fire in its original location three years ago, the Boulder Creek Roadside Café has been resurrected just a few miles north from downtown.



Emergency guardrail repairs result in daytime lane closures for Highway 17...

Maintenance crews will be performing emergency repairs to the guardrail in the median on Highway 17 near Scotts Valley on Monday, April 22. Travelers...