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Santa Cruz Mountain Sol Festival organizers say they raised thousands of dollars over the weekend to support a pair of local groups who helped make the event a resounding success. Santa Cruz Derby, a local roller derby group, and Santa Cruz County Long Term Recovery Group, an organization that helps residents affected by wildfire, will get thousands each.
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Santa Cruz Skateboards to Celebrate 50th Anniversary on Sept. 23
Santa Cruz Skateboards is marking 50 years with skate sessions at three skateparks and a concert by Dinosaur Jr.
Fogarty Winery Celebrates 40th Anniversary Two Years Late
The pandemic impacted plans to celebrate, but the 2021 wines are being released now with a 40th anniversary ribbon.
After 33 years as Artistic Director of The Monterey Jazz Festival, Santa Cruz’s Timothy Jackson is stepping back, but not before one more world class explosion of sounds on September 22-24. The Monterey Jazz Festival is known as one of …
California will penalize school boards that ban books based on inclusion of certain groups under a bill the governor is expected to sign into law. But some fear unintended consequences.
Silicon Valley billionaires want to create a new city in Solano County. How have planned cities fared in California? From Lakewood to Irvine to Disney’s new Cotino, there have been many.
As four aging hydroelectric dams are demolished, tribes and communities along the Klamath River wait anxiously to see what the future holds. “Once a river is dammed, is it damned forever?” experts ask.
At 118 years old, The Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History is still evolving
Since the Gold Rush era, land reclamation projects have helped to build California, but they are also damaging the state’s environment for people, plants and animals by eliminating essential wetlands.
Climate change has warmed Pacific Ocean waters, causing storms to rapidly intensify, leading to the first tropical storm watch in Southern California ever as Hurricane Hilary prepares to make landfall.
California has used reclamation districts to turn millions of acres of unusable swamps into fertile agricultural land, starting in the earliest days of the Gold Rush. Here’s how it happened.
Since 1947, California has led the United States in the fight against climate change. Here is a list of some of the steps the state has taken to battle global warming, greenhouse gases and air pollution.
Here are 10 of the most often-heard climate change denial claims and arguments. Do any of them hold any water?
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