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Scenes from the Christmas Parade

Posted: Tuesday, Dec 6th, 2016
Santa arrived in Soledad riding a Soledad-CalFire Fire Engine, waving to the crowd as he passed by on his way to a picture booth where local children lined up to tell him whether they were nice or naughty and what they wanted for Christmas.

The girls and parents of the Soledad Mission Girl Scout's were snug and warm as

Snow King and Queen crowned

Posted: Tuesday, Dec 6th, 2016
SOLEDAD, On Saturday evening, after the Soledad Christmas Parade had finished, the excitement had just begun for the contestants for the Christmas Court.
After a quest that started in early October, parents and families crowed around the stage to cheer for their favorite contestants, who were dressed up for the occasion.
The contestant and the winners from last

Biking and walking around South County - South County residents invited to meet in Gonzales to help out their local cities

Posted: Tuesday, Dec 6th, 2016
SOUTH COUNTY -- Drawn by the chance to help their communities, residents of South County gathered in Gonzales last Thursday night for a public meeting to give their input on biking and walking improvements needed in the area.
The Transportation Agency for Monterey County (TAMC) held the meeting in Gonzales to help all of Monterey County with their resources

Salvation Army delivers Thanksgiving Feasts

Posted: Tuesday, Dec 6th, 2016
SOUTH COUNTY - Captain Maria Romero and Gonzales Salvation Army collected food and turkeys to feed people in South County.
Starting early last week she packed the van with frozen turkeys and food and started delivering it to towns from Chualar down past King City.
The Food Bank For Monterey County provided 700 turkeys to the Salvation Army; the

Aztecs bring home Sectional Title

Posted: Thursday, Dec 1st, 2016
Soledad High head coach Frankie Berlanga (center front) and the hard-hitting Soledad Aztec Football Team celebrated winning the CCS Division IV Championship on Saturday night at Independence High School. The Aztecs came from behind and defeated the Westmont Warriors 17-13 and were crowned CCS champs

TAMC asks for local input on biking and walking improvements - Tomorrow night South County residents are invited to meet in Gonzales to help out their local city

Posted: Thursday, Dec 1st, 2016
GONZALES, Residents of South County are invited to attend a public meeting to share their thoughts on local biking and walking improvements.
The Transportation Agency for Monterey County (TAMC) and the City of Gonzales have teamed up to invite South County residents to attend the public workshop for the Monterey County Active Transportation Plan.
The meeting is Dec. 1

Saving energy at SHS - Ground breaking for solar project, December 10, system is projected to save the district four million in energy costs.

Posted: Thursday, Dec 1st, 2016
SOLEDAD , The Soledad Unified School District will kick off its first solar project Dec. 10 during a groundbreaking ceremony at Soledad High School.
In August, Soledad Unified School District (SUSD) approved a contract with OpTerra Energy Services to design and construct the long-awaited project.
Planning for the project started in March after the SUSD Board of Trustees approved

Hundreds spend Thanksgiving together - Community dinner makes strangers into friends

Posted: Thursday, Dec 1st, 2016
SOLEDAD, The Soledad Lions and Lioness Clubs opened the doors to the YMCA Community Center Thursday, welcoming strangers, friends and families for their 11th annual Thanksgiving dinner.
They served over 2,700 meals that day, passing their projected total by 400. It was their largest event so far.
There was some worry this year about funding and having the supplies to

Still time to submit parade applications and to sign up to entertain.

Posted: Thursday, Dec 1st, 2016
SOLEDAD,On Dec. 3, the city will be throwing a party on Front Street.
From 2 to 8 p.m. residents of the City of Soledad and South County can gather on Front Street for the 31st annual Christmas Festival and Parade.
The Soledad Mission Chamber of Commerce and city employees come together to make the event happen.
Live entertainment

Soledad man dies in early morning shooting

Posted: Thursday, Dec 1st, 2016
SOLEDAD, Early Thursday morning Soledad Police Officers responded to the report of a shooting in the 200 block of Second Street.
Officers arrived to find the victim, Juan Francisco Rodriguez Gallo Jr., 33, had been shot and was laying outside his residence.
Gallo was shot at close range several times in the in the upper torso and side by

Preparations starts for Thursday’s 11th Annual Thanksgiving Day dinner

Modified: Thursday, Dec 1st, 2016

SOLEDAD - The Soledad Lions and Lioness clubs are hosting their 11th annual Thanksgiving community dinner at the YMCA Community Center this Thursday, where they and an army of volunteers will give locals a Thanksgiving dinner surrounded by their friends, family and neighbors.
Organizers also deliver meals to those who are shut in or otherwise can't make it

Windmill Restaurant open after Thursday’s fire

Posted: Thursday, Dec 1st, 2016
SOLEDAD, After their morning breakfast rush wound down Thursday morning, and the last customer walked out, the crew of Windmill Restaurant located at 1167 Front Street in Soledad, began to cleanup and prepare for the lunch rush.
But soon that same customer returned and reported seeing smoke coming out of a small, attached utility room.
Earlier that morning, a

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