Hot weather to simmer down in Santa Cruz County
Summer doesn't officially arrive until June 20, but that didn't stop temperatures from climbing into the 90s Monday in some areas of the county.
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#1 Jun 11, 2012
My mother is Cheri Oteri, and when I would get frustrated as a young man, and get red in the face angry over things like not being bought enough toys and food, my mother would say, "SIMMA DOWN NAH"!!!!
#2 Jun 28, 2013
Flood waters typically inundate farm land, making the land unworkable and preventing crops from being planted or harvested, which can lead to shortages of food both for humans and farm animals. Entire harvests for a country can be lost in extreme flood circumstances. Some tree species may not survive prolonged flooding of their root systems [
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