Trashion Show returns to runway
Tickets are now available for the fun and fabulous Trashion Show, which returns to South County next month for the fourth year.
Last Sunday’s Ranch Rodeo drew 116 participants from the Central Coast and paid out nearly $14,000 in prize money to winners at the Salinas Valley Fairgrounds’ Rava Equestrian Center in King City.
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After 14 years with the Monterey County Free Libraries, Jayanti Addleman is stepping down from her position as library director.
Ranch Rodeo returns Sunday
This weekend’s Monterey County Ranch Rodeo, co-produced by the Monterey County Cattlemen’s Association and the Salinas Valley Fair, will raise funds for both nonprofits while offering a fun way for local buckaroos to compete in traditional ranching contests.
Salinas Valley Half Marathon ends after 9-year run
Salinas Valley Half Marathon has run its course after nine years, as the Big Sur Marathon Foundation announced this week that the race will be discontinued due to declining participation.
Soledad Pharmacy to close after more than a century
Soledad Pharmacy, a staple business in Soledad, is set to close this month after about 110 years. The pharmacy will be merging patient files with CVS Pharmacy in the Soledad Mission Shopping Center.
Local oil company Aera Energy is making the holidays brighter for four San Ardo families, including 15 children ranging in ages from 5 months to 15.
New year means new resolutions
A new year means South Monterey County residents are making resolutions and goals for 2019, among those making New Year’s resolutions include local city officials, high school students, librarians and others.
Pinnacles National Park limits visitor services due to partial government shutdown
Due to the federal government shutdown and a lapse in federal funding, Pinnacles National Park will temporarily reduce some of its services while the park remains open to visitors.
Council swears in
City of King Councilmembers Mike LeBarre and Darlene Acosta are sworn in by City Manager Steve Adams at the Dec. 11 city council meeting.