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01/30/2023
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David Schmalz here, thinking about natural disasters. That phrase has now become a loaded term, because the so-called “natural” disasters we’re experiencing are often exacerbated, and made more frequent, by humans burning fossil fuels.

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01/27/2023
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MONTEREY COUNTY — California Department of Public Health (CDPH) recently notified the Monterey County Health Department that utilization of Logistics Health Inc. (LHI) Covid-19 testing sites continues to decline in Monterey County, similar to other jurisdictions.  Consequently, CDPH and LHI will again be decreasing Covid-19 testing appointments locally. The following LHI testing locations are now [...]

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01/26/2023
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GONZALES — Gonzales High School student-athlete Giovanni Ochoa was recognized by the Gonzales City Council last week for his accomplishment of qualifying to the 2022 CIF State Cross Country Championships this past November. Ochoa, a sophomore for the Spartans, was joined by Head Coach Margie Daniels and Assistant Coach Michael Ramirez in the council chambers [...]

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01/26/2023
Image for display with article titled Del Rey Oaks City Council Unable to Decide on Filling Vacant Seat

When Del Rey Oaks City Council convened for business on Jan. 24, the top order of business was who to appoint to fill the vacant seat on the dais.