• Items sought to send to hurricane-stricken Puerto Rico

    King City residents Bruce and Ana Greenberg are collecting items from the community to send to Puerto Rico, which was devastated last month by Hurricane Maria, the strongest storm to make landfall there in more than 85 years.

  • County EMS Agency hosts community listening sessions

    The Monterey County Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Agency will be hosting a series of five community-based listening sessions designed to help the county assess the effectiveness of its EMS system.

  • Soledad Mission Fiesta activities set for Sunday

    The 57th Annual Soledad Mission Fiesta is set for this Sunday, Oct. 1, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Soledad Mission.

  • City begins installation of security cameras

    The City of King is moving forward with the installation of a citywide police security camera system following the approval of an additional appropriation for the project as well as the finalization of an agreement with Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E).

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Greenfield teams win Valley Meet

Led by first place finishers Luis Meza and Maria Hernandez the Greenfield boys and girls won the varsity divisions of the Valley Meet on Thursday at King City’s San Lorenzo Park. The cross country meet featured South County teams Greenfield, Soledad and host King City.

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Local boxers fight in Sacramento

A pair of San Ardo Boxing Club member came home with split decisions after boxing matches in Sacramento on Saturday.

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Clutch plays lead KC to win over Aztecs

Key plays in critical moments enabled the King City Mustangs to improve to 2-0 in the Mission Trail Athletic League after a 24-17 win over the host Soledad Aztecs on Friday night in Soledad.

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King City, Greenfield win matches

The King City Lady Mustangs are 5-1 in the Mission Trail Athletic League as they defeated the Anzar Hawks in three games in San Juan Bautista and beat visiting Soledad High in three games.

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King City Mustangs beat Pirates in league opener

The King City Mustang defense dominated while the offense produced 330 yards to hand the visiting Robert Louis Stevenson Pirates a 27-6 loss on Friday at War Memorial Stadium.

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