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SUSD students show off culinary skills

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 29th, 2017

SOLEDAD -- Getting kids to eat healthy is sometimes a mini miracle. Most prefer comfort food and hot Cheetos, some more of one than the other.
But, last week the Soledad Unified School District (SUSD) held an event in which the students took on the roll of chef and their task was to design a recipe and cook healthy

Local youth lead domestic violence forum

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 29th, 2017
SOLEDAD -- Last Saturday evening the group Journey 2 Change and the YWCA of Monterey County joined up to bring a program to South County regarding domestic violence. Not only was domestic violence confronted, they also talked about teen dating violence.
Journey 2 Change is part of the YWCA's Youth Education and Advocacy (YEA) Program. It is the vision of

City designated as Sanctuary City - Council adopts resolution in special meeting

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 29th, 2017
SOLEDAD -- Last Tuesday, March 21, the Soledad City Council held a special meeting to consider Resolution 5278, a resolution declaring the city of Soledad as a Sanctuary City for all residents regardless of immigrant status.
A Sanctuary City is a city that allows residence by illegal immigrants to help them avoid deportation. By being declared a Sanctuary City, the

Occhiata Foundation hosts Day at The Opera - Local students experience opera

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 29th, 2017
SOUTH COUNTY -- Last Saturday, the Occhiata Foundation hosted its eighth ‘Day at the Opera,' bringing students in to experience the opera.
The event took place at the Century Theatre in Del Monte Center and included a showing of Giuseppe Verdi's "La Traviata."
The Day at the Opera was broadcast in HD on the theater screen, the students watched

Neighbors helping neighbors - Donations help the South County YMCA help people

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 29th, 2017
SOUTH COUNTY -- Each year the South County YMCA raises funds to help people who cannot afford its membership fees. From adults to children to entire families, anyone who wants to live in good health and get fit, the YMCA tries to get them in.
They organize an Annual Giving Campaign, which reaches out to businesses in South County and

Search continues for SUSD Superintendent - Meeting next Wednesday to allow public to speak

Posted: Thursday, Mar 23rd, 2017
SOLEDAD, It was November 2016 when Jorge Guzman took over as the School Superintendent at the Soledad Unified School District (GUSD).
He had been the Interim School Superintendent since July of that year, when the SUSD Board of Trustees placed then Superintendent Rupi Boyd on paid administrative leave.
That came after an audit ordered in December 2015 showed that

Historical Society to open new spring display - The early history of the area now on display

Posted: Thursday, Mar 23rd, 2017
SOLEDAD, On April 1 the Soledad Historical Society (SHS) will open its doors for its newest display, ‘Native Americans, Missionaries, Rancheros and Farmers.'
The display will feature history of the valley and the people who lived in it and worked the land.
It includes pictures, memorabilia and displays of what life was like in the Salinas Valley and in

Painte - New Art Studio Gallery opens in Gonzales

Modified: Thursday, Mar 23rd, 2017
SOUTH COUNTY, Freelance artist and instructor Corali Ramirez Garcia has practiced her trade from Lockwood to Gonzales, and even further north. Now she is the owner of Painte.
The art gallery and studio is new to the City of Gonzales. Garcia works with several South County recreation departments to bring painting classes to their towns.
Garcia said that it brings

New program highlights YMCA’s spring season

Posted: Tuesday, Mar 21st, 2017
SOUTH COUNTY, The South County YMCA is at work to get locals ready for spring and summer. Whether it's hiking, biking or just family fun the YMCA has something for everyone.
One of their newest programs is the indoor cycling class. The YMCA received 15 bikes to establish the local class and has 14 slots open for each class.

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