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25 min ago | The Salinas Californian

Salinas-area schools looking for a few good teachersSalinas-area...

Salinas-area schools looking for a few good teachers Teacher shortage leaves hiring pool shallow as schools regain revenue to fill openings Check out this story on thecalifornian.com: http://bit.ly/1mhtJkt Salinas-area school districts are among those digging themselves out of a national teacher shortage, worsened by the Great Recession of 2008.

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2 hrs ago | Santa Cruz Sentinel

Remodeled McDonald's reopens on Santa Cruz Westside

SANTA CRUZ >> If you found another place to eat when McDonald's at 1421 Mission St. closed for three months for renovation, owners Steve and Jan Peat want you back.

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4 hrs ago | Pacifica Tribune

Gale Wagner highlights new exhibits opening Friday at Sanchez Art Center

Three new art shows open Friday, July 11, at Sanchez Art Center. The Main Gallery features sculptor Gale Wagner's beautifully made airplanes in "Free Flight / Free Spirit."

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8 hrs ago | Times-Standard

EPD to conduct enforcement operation to protect motorcyclists

The Eureka Police Department will be conducting a specialized Motorcycle Safety Enforcement Operation in July, August and September in an effort to lower deaths and injuries.

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13 hrs ago | Popular Hot Rodding Magazine

Hometown Hot Rodding - August 2014

Carlo DeFranco's love affair with Mustangs began back in 1994 at age 14 when he would lie awake on summer nights and listen for the distinctive rumble of his neighbor's red '94 GT convertible cruising by.

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17 hrs ago | RecordNET

Arlene May Venarde

Arlene was born in Hayward, California to Arnold and Agnes Morris on August 31, 1923.

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Tue Jul 08, 2014

Sacramento Bee Newspaper

American River College interim leader moves to state office

Gov. Jerry Brown has appointed Pamela Walker, interim president at American River College, as vice chancellor of academic affairs for the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office.

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SanLuisObispo.com

Grover Beach man pleads no contest to breaking into home, punching residents

Michael L. Davis Jr. , 27, of Grover Beach was arrested Thursday, Aug. 15, 2013, on suspicion of burglary and robbery.

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Paradise Post

No lookout staff until August

"We're going through the selection process right now," said Cal Fire's Greg McFadden, who is also the interim chief for Paradise.

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Paradise Post

No lookout staff until August

"We're going through the selection process right now," said Cal Fire's Greg McFadden, who is also the interim chief for Paradise.

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Times-Standard

Travel magazines spotlight North Coast

Eureka is featured on the cover of the July-August edition of Via, the AAA magazine read in 3 million households in Northern California.

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Common Dreams

California Charged with 'Rubber-Stamping' Pesticides Linked to Bee Deaths

Environmental groups on Tuesday called out the state of California for illegally pushing new agricultural uses for certain pesticides despite mounting evidence that they are devastating honeybee populations.

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NBC San Diego

$80M Airport Parking Project Back in Motion

San Diego International Airport is moving ahead with planning for a previously deferred parking plaza structure adjacent to Terminal 2. The board of the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority recently voted to direct staff to proceed with the project, which was originally approved in 2008 but deferred while other parts of the airport master ... (more)

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Mon Jul 07, 2014

Patch.com

County Doesn't Want to Hike Development Impact Fees... Just Yet

The Board of Supervisors decided at their last meeting to defer voting on a proposal to hike fees imposed on developers in Riverside County to create revenue streams in support of public projects.

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The Orange County Register

Pastor receives medal for shark-attack heroism

Rick Moore stands on Maui's White Rock Beach close to where he rescued a German woman bitten by a shark.

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Silver And Black Pride

Raiders training camp schedule released

The Raiders have officially released the schedule for their 2014 training camp in Napa California.

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KQED

Fire East of Lake Berryessa Continues to Spread

A Cal Fire map showing the location of the Monticello Fire, between Lake Berryessa and the Yolo County town of Winters.

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RecordNET

At your service

Sweaty, smiling Parker Turk stood atop a mound of compost and shoveled chunks to the ground.

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RecordNET

Short timer to replace Lowder

District officials have received 14 applications from educators interested in becoming Stockton Unified's interim superintendent after Lowder retires in August.

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Sun Jul 06, 2014

Patch.com

'Funny Face' & Impressionism this Week at Lafayette Library

Info from the Lafayette Library and Learning Center: Tuesday, July 8 6:30PM - 7:30 PM | Community Hall Legion of Honor Docent Talk - Intimate Impressionism from the National Gallery Designed for: Adults A California Legion of Honor docent joins us to discuss "Intimate Impressionism, " currently on view at the Legion of Honor through August 3, 2014.

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