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Scotts Valley, California is located in Santa Cruz County. Zip codes in Scotts Valley, CA include 95067, 95066, and 95060. The median home price in Scotts Valley is $720,000 which is roughly $385/per square foot. More Scotts Valley information.

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11 hrs ago | Patch.com

Check it OUT - Register to vote at our County's Libraries on September 23

On September 23, 2014, Americans will celebrate National Voter Registration Day with a massive 50-state effort to register voters before Election Day on November 4. In Santa Cruz County, the County Clerk has partnered with county libraries to offer online voter registration or paper voter registration cards to persons wanting to register or re-register to vote. Voters may also come to the Santa Cruz County Clerk/Elections Department located at 701 Ocean Street, Room 201 in Santa Cruz from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and register to vote.

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Tue Sep 16, 2014

Santa Cruz Sentinel

Santa Cruz County celebrates new cyclist safety law

Cyclists gathered at Santa Cruz City Hall are given stickers highlighting the new 3-foot clearance law for cyclists that went into effect Tuesday. SANTA CRUZ >> The width of a car door swung wide open is about how far drivers should be driving from bicyclists in California, after Tuesday's implementation of AB 1371, the Three Feet for Safety Act.

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San Jose Mercury News

Scotts Valley's 37th Parallel Winery dates back to 1935

A retired ER physician and tech executive become friends and start making wine together. Typical winery startup story, except that Michael Curtis and Les Wright are making their 37th Parallel wines in a Scotts Valley winery that dates back to 1935.

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

Santa Cruz Sentinel

Mountain lion found dead in Scotts Valley

SCOTTS VALLEY >> A mountain lion found dead Sunday likely was struck by a driver on Mount Hermon Road, authorities said. About 9:20 a.m., the California Highway Patrol responded a report of a dead puma in front of a restaurant on the 1200 block of Mount Hermon Road, said CHP officer Brad Sadek.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

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Santa Cruz County law enforcement agencies show interest in use of...

Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Sept. 13--SANTA CRUZ -- A national discussion about body cameras on police officers has reached Santa Cruz County, and law enforcement leaders said this week they are interested in the new technology but have some reservations about their use.

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Santa Cruz Sentinel

Justine DaCosta, Name Dropping: Gearing up for Oktoberfest

In attendance were Ginny Solari-Mazry, Cristina Mazry-Popek, Marty Dunn, Lorraine Margon, Danene Forman, Ginny Clark, Libby Alexander, Jan Freed, Rebekah Leekley, Cecilia Sunden, Esther Wilson, Debbie Wilson, Merrilyn Marker, Marilyn Noto, Shirley Pickle, Carol DiPietro, Sue Punches, Alice Ford, Jane Melford, Lorna Shearer, Florence Perry, Mila Herman, Josie Cowden, Ann Stark, Nancy Wameling, Lois Wolf, Lori Green, Shirley Fink, Chris Zemny, Marge Kiff, Eleanor Drake, Elaine Kamian, and Jackie Kamian. Not pictured: Lenore Doler, Joan Mertz, Cathy Conway, Kathleen Hughes, Adrienne Meier, and Michael Milward.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

Santa Cruz Sentinel

How educators are working to save career courses

Capitola Police Chief Rudy Escalante teaches a criminal justice ROP class at Soquel High where ROP classes are in jeopardy unless school districts identify funding. SANTA CRUZ >> When Capitola Police Chief Rudy Escalante was a Santa Cruz High student 35 years ago, he took a criminal justice class from professional law enforcement officials through the county's Regional Occupation Program, and it affirmed his desire to be a cop.

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Santa Cruz Sentinel

Education Digest, Sept. 14, 2014: Interplay has day care openings

Teacher Julia Tani shows Good Shepherd Preschoolers how to use the hand washing station, which uses recycled water and environmentally friendly soap in the school's Life Lab garden. Community Interplay School Community Interplay Preschool/Day care of Lutheran Community Church, at 95 Alta Vista Ave., has openings.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

Santa Cruz Sentinel

Capitola fireworks date changed to Oct. 11

CAPITOLA >> The Monte Foundation's fireworks benefit to raise money for a Capitola skate park has a new date: Oct. 11. The change came about after city officials learned of a wedding planned Oct. 12 at a restaurant on the wharf, which was slated as the fireworks staging area. The wedding involved people coming from out of state who had booked hotel stays.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

Santa Cruz Sentinel

Sempervirens, conservation groups back water vote

LOS ALTOS >> Thursday, Los Altos-based Sempervirens Fund decided to rally its organizational forces behind Proposition 1, California's $7.5 billion water bond. A significant player in local and regional conservation efforts, Sempervirens' decision can be seen as a signal to environmentally minded Central Coast voters to support the bond.

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Scotts Valley Banner

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F, Scotts Valley 95066. Deadline is 5 p.m. Tuesday. Entries are subject to editing, and publication is not guaranteed.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

Santa Cruz Sentinel

Ramona Turner, Street Smarts: Give bikes 3 feet law begins Tuesday

On Tuesday, California's new three-foot bike-passing law goes into effect. To spread the word and to douse misconceptions, People Power will join local elected officials, as well as representatives from the Watsonville and Scotts Valley Police Departments, the Capitola AAA office, the Santa Cruz County Regional Transportation Commission, and the Santa Cruz County Health Services Agency, in hosting an educational event outside Santa Cruz City Hall at 10 a.m. In the past year in Santa Cruz County, at least three cyclists have been killed and many more have been injured in automobile collisions.

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Santa Cruz Sentinel

Santa Cruz County Fair a tradition for friends and family

First-time entrant in the Santa Cruz County Fair apple pie contest, Annie Hines of Pasatiempo, waits for the judges to taste her apple pie Tuesday at the fairgrounds. Though she missed placing in the county Farm Bureau's apple pie contest, Hines, a native Minnesotan who's called Pasatiempo home for the past 13 years, earned three blue ribbons for her Lisbon lemons, Bearss limes and black jack figs.

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Tue Sep 09, 2014

Santa Cruz Sentinel

Long-haul cyclist injured in Highway 1 crash near Santa Cruz

Eiry Bartlett, a 33-year-old from Vancouver, was riding this bike when a pickup driver collided with her on Highway 1 north of Santa Cruz on Monday, according to the CHP. The bike was not loaded when she crashed.

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Santa Cruz Sentinel

Business Digest, Sept. 10, 2014: Scotts Valley chamber hosts mixer Wednesday

The Scotts Valley Chamber of Commerce will host a mixer 5:30-7 p.m. Wednesday at the Scotts Valley Community Center, 360 Kings Village Road. This is a chance to meet Nicole DeLauder, the new executive director, her assistant Angela Marshall, the directors and ambassadors and learn about new chamber membership benefits and services.

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Santa Cruz Sentinel

Jerry's Sports closes after 36 years

SANTA CRUZ >> After 36 years in business, Jerry's Sports has closed on the Eastside, to the dismay of local residents. "They closed?! That was my childhood go-to for sporting gear," said Brett Turner of Scotts Valley in a tweet from the University of Arizona, where he is a freshman.

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Mon Sep 08, 2014

Santa Cruz Sentinel

Driver killed in crash on La Madrona Drive in Santa Cruz

SANTA CRUZ >> A driver was killed in a solo SUV crash and fire on La Madrona Drive in Santa Cruz early Monday morning, according to the California Highway Patrol. The person's gender and age have not yet been released because the severity of the crash made it difficult to identify the person, said CHP officer Brad Sadek.

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Patch.com

Man Trapped in Burning Car, Dies

A man died after being trapped inside a burning car that crashed early this morning near Highway 17 south of Scotts Valley, according to the California Highway Patrol. The driver, who has not yet been identified, was in his 1997 Mercury heading north on La Madrona Drive at 1:55 a.m. and veered off of the road while trying to make a left turn onto Silverwood Drive, CHP officials said.

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Los Angeles Times

Legislature passes three of top four bills backed by organized labor

Members of the United Food and Commercial Workers union march in support of El Super grocery workers in Inglewood last fall, calling for paid sick leave as well as higher pay and more work hours. Members of the United Food and Commercial Workers union march in support of El Super grocery workers in Inglewood last fall, calling for paid sick leave as well as higher pay and more work hours.

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Santa Cruz Sentinel

Hona Hafelfinger, Santa Cruz County Stories: Scotts Valley mom...

Hona Hafelfinger, the Food Fairy, with her purple hair, tutu and wings, travels through the community spreading the word about healthy living. SCOTTS VALLEY >> Most kids can't honestly say that their mom is a fairy, but Hona Hafelfinger's four children would not be stretching the truth.

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Beach Hazards Statement for Santa Cruz County was issued at September 17 at 11:12AM PDT

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