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May29, 2020

Science kits offer educational activity for South Monterey County youth

GREENFIELD — Youth in Greenfield and South Monterey County have been able to supplement their homework packets and distance learning with science lessons contained...

2020 Salinas Valley Fair canceled over COVID-19 concerns

KING CITY — Salinas Valley Fair Board of Directors has voted unanimously to cancel the 76th Annual Salinas Valley Fair scheduled for...

Monterey County library, residents create face masks to combat coronavirus

SALINAS VALLEY — The spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has caused an increased need for masks, from medical-grade to simply covering one’s face, all...

Food distribution increases in Salinas Valley amid coronavirus pandemic

SALINAS VALLEY — Sheltering in place coincides with less frequent trips to the grocery store, but for a growing number of people, it also...

VALLEY VIEWS | April 6, 2020 Photo Gallery

Cris McKee (left) leads the caravan of teachers during King City’s Teacher Parade last Friday, while Carlos Victoria directs traffic from...

GALLERY: King City teacher parade brings social connection during distant times

Teachers from the King City Union School District toured town on Friday, April 3, with a Teacher Parade, during which dozens...

Lake Nacimiento closed to visitors over COVID-19 concerns

BRADLEY — Monterey County Resource Management Agency has announced the closure of the resort and recreational area at Lake Nacimiento effective April...

King City museum offers educational packets to entertain youth

KING CITY — One South Monterey County museum has undertaken the task of making sure children stay entertained and educated while sheltering in place...

King City Rustler’s sister papers combine under new nameplate

SALINAS VALLEY — With today’s issue, the publishers of the Gonzales Tribune, Soledad Bee and Greenfield News are pleased to announce a unified newspaper...
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Second resident dies from coronavirus in Monterey County

MONTEREY COUNTY — Monterey County Health Department reported the county’s second death of a resident from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) on Tuesday.