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June 29, 2015: In-N-Out to Buy Seaside Property

(14:00) SEASIDE - The In-N-Out fast food chain is in the process of buying property on Del Monte Ave in Seaside. According to Seaside’s Planning Department, the sale of the property is in its last stages. If the sale succeeds, the new restaurant is slated to be located close to the Holiday Inn Express. The sale is predicted to be complete in a month and In-N-Out officials reported that the building could be constructed and open for business by October. (P.S.)

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June 29, 2015: UCSC Highway 1 Protesters Sentenced

(13:45) SANTA CRUZ - The five students involved in the shut down of Highway 1 during a tuition hike protest in March were sentenced today. Ethan Pezzow, Alexander Pearce, Sophia Dimatteo, Jeanine Caceres, and Lori Nixon, were sentenced to 30 days in jail for two misdemeanor counts of resisting an officer and public nuisance. Sasha Peterson, another student participant, has yet to be sentenced due to her attorney being out of the county. The students are currently on probation and will serve their time through a Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office program. (P.S.)

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June 29, 2015: First Friday Art Walk in Felton

(13:38) FELTON - A First Friday Art Walk is scheduled for Felton on July 3. The art walk will take place from 6 to 9 p.m. and will include the shops along Highway 9 in Downtown Felton. Featured artists include Samson Jeffries, Lauren Ringelman, Dorothy Cole and more. For more information visit firstfridaysantacruz.com

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June 29, 2015: Gold Rush Fourth of July in Boulder Creek

(12:24) BOULDER CREEK - The Boulder Creek Recreation and Park District is still in need of volunteers for the July Fourth parade. The Gold Rush parade will take place in downtown Boulder Creek at Junction Park at 10 a.m. Festivities including a BBQ, live music, bounce house, the mine for gold kids event, food, beer and wine will be available from 12 to 3 p.m. Those interested in volunteering for the event should call (831) 338-4144 for more information. (P.S.)

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June 29, 2015: Monterey County Scheduled Traffic Delays

(12:15) MONTEREY COUNTY - The Transportation Agency for Monterey County has announced some traffic delays for this week. A major retaining wall construction project will result in daytime traffic control and full nighttime closures of Highway 1 between Gorda and Ragged Point from 10 p.m. to 7 a.m. June 29 through July 2. Night work will take place Sunday night through Friday morning and motorists traveling north or south of these closures are advised to reach their destinations before 10 p.m. There will be no overnight closure on Thursday night due to the fourth of July Holiday.     Motorists can expect daytime delays of approximately 10 minutes. (P.S.)

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June 29, 2015: Wilder Ranch Old Fashioned Independence Day Celebration

(12:08) SANTA CRUZ - The public is invited to attend the free Old-Fashioned Independence Day Celebration at Wilder Ranch on July Fourth. There will be a parade though the complex, live old time music, historic lawn games, draft horse wagon rides, and food and drink. Meet at the apple orchard in front of the Highway 1 Tunnel at Wilder Ranch State Park at 11:45 a.m. to join the parade — participants can dress in early twentieth century clothing or bring an instrument or noise maker. Afterwards, step back in time to an early twentieth century dairy ranch with living history demonstrations including; blacksmithing, Pelton water wheel operated machine shop, hand-cranked ice cream making, and vegetable gardening. For more information about the event call (831) 426-0505. (P.S.)

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June 29, 2015: Man Fatally Stabbed in Marina

(12:05) MARINA - A man was fatally stabbed in Marina early Monday morning. The victim was reportedly attacked at a home on the 3000 block of Vera Lane shortly after 2 a.m. Investigators believe the man was stabbed and beaten before dying on the sidewalk outside the residence. Police say the victim was a tenant at the home. The incident is under investigation. (S.G.)


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June 29, 2015: Seaside Nonprofit Receives Thousands in Funding

(08:59) SEASIDE - A nonprofit organization in Seaside has received over $50,000 in funding. The Village Project Inc. has been awarded a $20,000 grant from AT&T, which will be used to fund a program that helps students from low-income families visit universities in Northern California. The nonprofit has also received grants from California American Water, Union Bank Foundation, and a $30,000 donation from philanthropist George Ow Jr. (S.G.)



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