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1 hr ago | The Salinas Californian
Dear Goya: Can you use your column to educate people about the RIDES/Taxi Voucher program that supplements MST bus services for the disabled? I have We Could Car Less: Movie trivia, win a bus pass Dear Goya: Can you use your column to educate people about the RIDES/Taxi Voucher program that supplements MST bus services for the disabled? I have Check out this story on thecalifornian.com: http://bit.ly/1tTy7qj Dear Goya: Can you use your column to educate people about the RIDES/Taxi Voucher program that supplements MST bus services for the disabled? I have seen little publicity about these services for the November sales tax measure. I ride the bus most of the time.
5 hrs ago | The Salinas Californian
What better way to celebrate National Mushroom Month than to visit the largest fresh mushroom growing facility on the Central Coast. Looking out from a hilltop observation point at Monterey Mushrooms' Royal Oaks farm, much of the vertically integrated operation is spread out below and across the valley.
MONTEREY >> A former Monterey resident will push a giant inflated rubber ball symbolizing a male testicle across the country in an effort to draw attention to cancer and the need for people, and in particular men, to get medical checkups. "Having cancer is an obstacle in life, like pushing the giant ball is an obstacle," Cantley said.
The images are startling. A man, a dog, and a gigantic six-foot inflatable testicle trudging across the horizon.
We're psyched to be rolling out the sections from Cult's most recent DVD, Small Talk , that ever-so-greatly moved the spotlight from their pro squad to the ams. Something relatively fresh in BMX, focusing time and money and letting their up and comers is something that rarely happens, but building the team from the ground up is what Cult is all about, so we're hyped to rename the best day of the week for the next month: Cult's Small Talk Saturdays.
Winning Ways A collection of Monterey County good news including military, education, nonprofits and Well Done. Check out this story on thecalifornian.com: http://bit.ly/1s0Xfza The California International Airshow, in conjunction with the USAF Thunderbirds will be honoring Nick Cunningham of Monterey, a Monterey High graduate, Olympian and a Sergeant in the U.S. Army, as well as Ruben Pizarro of Salinas, former attorney for the California Rural Legal Assistance, currently a teacher at Alisal High School and founder of the Alisal Dream Academy, as part of the Thunderbird's Hometown Hero program.
Jeff Mitchell: Seeking truth while under the bus What happens behind closed doors at City Hall does count and is our business to know. Check out this story on thecalifornian.com: http://bit.ly/1s0znMc Our General Election Forum Wednesday night was interesting.
Alisal High School students in Salinas were shocked the moment their social studies teacher passed out copies of a letter written by their principal. LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL TURNED INTO A REAL PROBLEM..
A new mural was unveiled Friday at Sun Street Centers in Salinas to honor long-time board member and past president Anne C. Leach. The mural's unveiling corresponded with the announcement of the creation of the Anne C. Leach Scholarship Fund, which will benefit men without the financial means to attend it's residential drug and alcohol abuse treatment program.
The Alisal Union School District is seeking a restraining order against the city councilman who represents their district, Jose Castaneda, to keep him off school property. SURROUNDING SALINAS CITY COUNCILMAN AND FORMER ALISAL SCHOOL DISTRICT TRUSTEE JOSE CASTANEDA.
Public help deputy arrest Salinas man Roque Tejeda with the assistance of passerbys in Lockwood. Check out this story on thecalifornian.com: http://bit.ly/1tHs2gE A Monterey County Sheriff's Deputy had assistance from the public after a suspect resisted arrest in Lockwood, according to the Monterey County Sheriff's Office.
It's as a mix of polo played on horseback, hockey and soccer. Looking to chill, Salinas cyclists create bike polo n bike polo, players ride bicycles and use mallets to hit a small ball into a goal.
A fresh flower arranging class will be held at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at McShane's Nursery, 115 Monterey Salinas Highway, Salinas. A free talk on seed saving will be held from 11 a.m. to noon Sunday at Shoreline Community Garden, Imjin Parkway at Third Avenue in Marina.
Salinas man sentenced for molesting 5-year-old Prosecutors say Jacobo Ortiz Rogue molested a girl, 5, then abandoned his daughter, 4. Check out this story on thecalifornian.com: http://bit.ly/1rYDlF5 A 25-year-old Salinas man was sentenced Thursday to three years in prison for lewd acts upon a 5-year-old girl, according to the Monterey County District Attorney's Office. Rogue fled prior to police arrival, absconding with his 4-year-old daughter.
The owners and operators of Windsor Gardens and a management company have reached a total settlement of $225,000 with the District Attorney's Environmental Protection Unit. Prosecutors filed the suit against Windsor Gardens, which operates the facility, S&F Management Company, which oversaw the renovation, and The Stahl Companies, the general contractor for the renovation work.
Janna Espinoza's daughter Coraline has hearing loss, cerebral palsy, epilepsy and developmental delays. Nearly 2 years old, she can't sit up, stand, creep or use her hands as a typically developing child does.
Updated: Sun Sep 14, 2014 08:50 pm
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