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  1. Our Ocean Backyard: Can the sea otter range expand?Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 12, 2016 | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    California sea otters are recognized as a keystone species because they maintain kelp forests off California's coast. Thanks to years of focused conservation efforts, their population is up to 3,054 in near shore waters between San Francisco and Santa Barbara, with population clusters in key areas of the range at or near carrying capacity.


  2. Second Santa Clara University student tested for meningococcal meningitisRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 3, 2016 | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    SANTA CLARA >> A Santa Clara University student is ill with what officials suspect is a case of meningococcal meningitis, university officials confirmed on Monday. University spokeswoman Deepa Arora said school administrators have alerted faculty, staff, students and parents of students, as well as the Santa Clara County Department of Public Health.


  3. Dan Haifley, Our Ocean Backyard: New exhibits grace Sanctuary Exploration CenterRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 30, 2016 | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    In July 2012, Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary's Exploration Center opened its doors across the street from the Santa Cruz Municipal Wharf. Manager Chelsea Prindle says that as of the end of 2015, the center had hosted more than 228,000 visitors and more than 3,500 participants in guided tours and field trips.


  4. California Wine of the Week: Qupe 2012 Syrah, Santa Barbara CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 12, 2016 | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    This red wine follows a classic syrah flavor profile, staying true to the varietal and offering intriguing complexity. Sourced from biodynamic and organic grapes from cool-climate vineyards in Santa Barbara County, the wine is deep and spicy.


  5. Biotoxin found in Dungeness crab, fishing season imperiledRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 3, 2015 | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    SACRAMENTO >> The California Department of Public Health issued an advisory Tuesday warning consumers not to eat Dungeness or rock crab caught in California because of a potentially fatal biotoxin, as chances grew that the state's lucrative recreational and commercial Dungeness crab seasons could be delayed. State health officials announced that testing of crab from the Oregon border to Santa Barbara revealed elevated levels of domoic acid, a compound produced by harmful algae blooms that have proliferated this year in the Pacific Ocean, a phenomenon state officials attributed in part to warm ocean temperatures linked to El Niño.


  6. El Ni o: Wet winter likely across California, not just in south, new report saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 15, 2015 | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    This combo of images provided by NOAA , shows the three-month temperature, left, and precipitation forecasts for the U.S. Forecasters say this winter El Nino is about to leave a big wet but not necessarily snowy footprint on much of the United States, including parched California. NOAA on Thursday issued a winter forecast, heavily influenced by one of the strongest El Ninos on record.


  7. Suzanne Riedinger feels as at home in the ocean as she does on landRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 4, 2015 | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    Come with us out to sea, and bring your binoculars. Let's embark off the coast of Santa Barbara on the way to the Channel Islands on a picturesque September day.


  8. California's low gas prices could stick around into 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 28, 2015 | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    The statewide price for a gallon of gas has fallen to $2.99, the first time it's been under 3 bucks since late February - and all indications are that it's heading even lower. An increasing number of experts think these low prices could extend well into next year and maybe into 2017 as the worldwide glut of oil shows few signs of easing.


  9. County Connections: Santa Cruza s Slater Meehan making strides at StanfordRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 23, 2015 | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    Stanford senior midfielder Slater Meehan and the Cardinal men's soccer team keep firing on all cylinders and look like the strong favorites to repeat as Pac-12 champions this season. The Santa Cruz High alumnus finished with two shots, one on goal, in a thrilling 1-0 overtime victory against Davidson on Sunday afternoon.


  10. Lisa Bibbee fights every day to fulfill her dream of fashion designRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 20, 2015 | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    Early training: Lisa's mother taught her how to sew, and she took to it intuitively. In high school, she designed and made her own prom dress.


  11. California bill would close a insidiousa wage gap between men and womenRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 24, 2015 | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    In an attempt to narrow the “insidious wage gap” between men and women, the California Legislature is on the verge of passing a stronger equal pay law that supporters believe will be the toughest in the nation - but some say still doesn't go far enough. Not only will the California Fair Pay Act make it more difficult for employers to justify paying men more than women for “substantially similar” work, but employers will be prohibited from retaliating against women who ask about or discuss the pay of their male colleagues.


  12. Santa Cruz County Stories: Boulder Creek artist Dan Hennig takes on...Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 23, 2015 | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    Longtime ceramic artist Dan Hennig, who's had a studio in Boulder Creek with his wife Laurie the past 40 years, is starring in a movie about a ceramic artist. Art career: Both Dan and Laurie Hennig have been professional ceramic artists for more than 40 years.


  13. Gary Griggs, Our Ocean Backyard: Swimming with sharks and other risky activitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 8, 2015 | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    Of the countless articles and postings of this event, many take a fair amount of liberty with just what the shark was thinking: phrases such as “shark attack,” “Fanning got lucky,” “the shark missed,” are good examples. Does anybody really know what the shark was doing or its intentions? Ten days earlier, many California newspapers carried a story with another shark headline, “Stanford researchers show the risk of shark attacks is way down.” The research concluded that the hazard of a shark attack on the California coast has dropped by more than 91 percent since 1950.


  14. Best Bets, July 13, 2015: Tom Killion, a Californiaa s Wild CoastaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 12, 2015 | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    'California's Wild Coast: The Coast in Prints, Poetry, and History' features woodcuts portraying locales like Point Reyes, Carmel, Santa Barbara, and Santa Monica. Poetry and prose by Gary Snyder and Robinson Jeffers are juxtaposed with visual art from Tom Killion.


  15. Goleta beach to reopenRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 10, 2015 | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    A California beach fouled by an oil spill will reopen to swimmers and campers two months after a pipeline ruptured and spewed thousands of gallons of crude along the coast, officials said. State Parks rangers toured the shoreline west of Santa Barbara on Thursday and cleared Refugio State Beach to reopen July 17. Crews still need to finish scraping oil off cobblestones with wire brushes and putty knives before the public can use the beach next week.


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