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February 26, 2021

CDC issues E. coli warning on romaine lettuce from Salinas Valley

SALINAS — Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as well as public health and regulatory officials in several states and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration...

Correctional Training Facility reports massive Covid-19 outbreak among inmates

SOLEDAD — Correctional Training Facility (CTF) in Soledad has the most active cases of Covid-19 among those incarcerated throughout the entire California state prison...

Salinas Valley Half Marathon returns this year

It’s been two years since the running of the Salinas Valley Half Marathon, a scenic 13.1-mile run through the vineyards and rich agricultural lands of “Steinbeck country.” The event returns Aug. 5.

King City wins statewide award for public safety

KING CITY — The City of King has won the 2019 Helen Putnam Award in the public safety category for its Comprehensive Plan to End...

San Ardo School reopens with new Covid-19 safeguards

SAN ARDO — Students returned to in-person instruction Nov. 2 at San Ardo School, one of the first campuses to reopen in Monterey County...

Chamber announces annual business, community award winners

King City Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture has announced the 2018 winners of the organization’s annual awards — Tacos La Potranca De Jalisco as Business of the Year; Steve and Cheryl Harrison as Citizens of the Year; and The Stage Hands as Friend of the Community.

Salinas River restoration effort receives $3M grant

A $2.9 million grant has been awarded to the Resource Conservation District of Monterey County to help eradicate 215 acres of an invasive plant that has infested more than 1,500 acres of the Salinas River.

Rustler’s early issues now available in online database

KING CITY — Copies of the King City Rustler newspaper from 1901 through 1925 have been converted from microfilm to a digital version, making...

Hartnell College breaks ground at new Soledad Center

SOLEDAD — Hartnell College has broken ground on its new Soledad Education Center and celebrated the start of construction this month with a groundbreaking ceremony that...

Slew of candidates set to compete in November

Voters in South County will have a slew of local candidates to choose from in the upcoming Nov. 6 Statewide General Election for numerous city councils, school boards and other special district governing bodies in the area.