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May 20, 2022

The lights are back on Broadway

Local column by Joanne Banuelos

Our living and breathing museum

Local column by Lucy Jensen

Sharing stories

Local column by George Worthy

Worthy to Print | Home stretch

In just a few weeks, I’ll have to come up with a new excuse to keep from doing any chores around the house. I know you have heard this before, but this is my last semester (I hope) at school. The way it is...

Window on the World | Sisterhood

We worked together at the Salinas newspaper. When I say, “worked together,” she was on the computer side of things and I worked in advertising and management; plus, it was a huge building. In other words, she fixed what I broke. We didn’t know each other really,...

Letters to the Editor | Published Nov. 20, 2019

Editor's Note: We welcome Letters to the Editor of local and general interest to our readers. Letters should be typed and include the writer’s first and last name, home address and phone number for verification. No anonymous letters will be printed. Letters may be edited...

Worthy to Print Column: Better to Give Than to Receive

Whatever you may think about having a day dedicated to our thankfulness, you have to admit that California, with all the problems we all face this year, will have plenty of places to say “thank you” for the huge number of volunteers that want...

King City code enforcement program

Commentary by Steve Adams, City Manager, King City

Letters to the Editor — Published July 25, 2018

Letters to the Editor — Published July 25, 2018

Worthy to Print Column: Sign of the Times

When I came to Gonzales, it was a wonderful little town built around the splitting of Highway 101 and closing off development to the south. Almost every citizen knew each other, and businesses that had been thriving for years on Highway 101 began to...

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