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Boyd placed on leave

Posted: Friday, Jul 22nd, 2016
Soledad, In a Five - Zero vote, the Soledad Unified School District - Board of Trustees has placed Soledad Schools Superintendant Rupi Boyd on paid administrative leave. Boyd will remain on leave pending the outcome of the District Attorney's investigation of fraud or misappropriation of funds or goods charges by employees of the Soledad Unified School District.
On Thursday, July

Family and friends of Ted to gather for benefit - Still time to help Quitevis Family Benefit

Posted: Friday, Jul 22nd, 2016
GONZALES, Many in the valley knew Ted Quitevis, they supported him in battling the illness and felt the loss of their friend when his battle ended. But none felt his loss as much as Brandy his wife of 14 years, and their son Marley.
The community has rallied around Brandy and Marley. "I love this little town," said Brandy. She

Barn mural, a tribute to local farmers

Posted: Friday, Jul 22nd, 2016
GONZALES - Over the last few months drivers on Highway 101 have noticed some changes to the 100+ year-old barn to the north of Gonzales. Situated on the Breschini ranch the barn was given a new green tin roof, but the interesting part was when a painting started to appear like a patchwork quilt.
The project started when John Cerney,

Summer Reading getting locals into library - Special programs and prizes getting people into reading

Posted: Wednesday, Jul 13th, 2016
SOLEDAD - The Monterey County Free Libraries has started its Summer Reading program. ‘Read for the Win' is this summer's program and it can be judged a hit. The aim is to get kids of all ages out from in front of the TV or handheld games and to get their nose into a book or two this summer.

A well-traveled man - Cancer survivor travels the U.S. on personal quest to raise awareness

Posted: Wednesday, Jul 13th, 2016

For over four years Oregon native Stephen Swift has been on the road. He left his home in Newport Oregon to ride to Astoria Oregon needing time to get himself centered.
For Swift, the year before he left his home in 2012 for his ride was devastating. He had already faced on bout with cancer when in May

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