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  • Salinas Man Vegatative-7/20/17-1822-pmd

    A Salinas man is in a vegetative state in an Italian hospital following a swimming accident. R. C. Schwertfeger was vacationing with his family when he was resuscitated after nearly Read More
  • PG&E Work in SC-7/20/17-1702-PMD

    Pacific Gas and Electric Company has begun preliminary work on a pipeline safety and reliability project. The project is on California and Laurel streets in the City of Santa Cruz. Read More
  • Car Burglar Arrested-7/20/17-1800-PMD

    A joint investigation by the Carmel Police Department and Monterey County sheriff’s Office led to the arrest of a thief. Police arrested Jaimie Dyers at his Greenfield home. A search Read More
  • Prunedale Arrest- 7/20/17- 1728-PMD

    A Prunedale man was arrested on multiple charges yesterday (Thurs). The Monterey County Sheriff’s SWAT team executed warrants at two residences on the 21 and 22 hundred blocks of San Read More
  • Ben Lomond Man Wanted-7/20/17-1649-pmd

    The Santa Cruz Sheriff’s Office has released the name of the man wanted in connection with a Ben Lomond shooting. At about 5:45 am, deputies responded to a report of Read More
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Flooding, Road Closures As Heavy Rains Fall On Saturated Ground

After years of praying for rain, Santa Cruz County has had more than its fill. Looking for something to bet on now that the Super Bowl is in the past? Try betting on whether 17 will stay open!

Take A Look At Some Local Flooding

ABOUT 200  PEOPLE  ATTENDED  LAST  NIGHT’S  MEETING  ABOUT  THE  DESALINATION  PLANT  PROPOSED  FOR  SANTA  CRUZ’  WESTSIDE.      SOME  PEOPLE  ARE  CONCERNED  ABOUT  THE  PLANT’S  IMPACT  ON MARINE  LIFE,  WHILE  OTHERS  QUESTION  WHETHER  THE  FACILITY  IS  WHAT  IS REALLY  NEEDED  IN  THIS  AREA.    TO RESOLVE THEIR  WATER  WOES,   THE SOQUEL  CREEK  WATER  DISTRICT IS  CONSIDERING  EITHER  A  35  PERCENT  WATER  CURTAILMENT,  OR  THE CONSTRUCTION  OF  THE  PROPOSED  DESALINATION  PLANT.

AS  PROPOSED,  THE  PLANT  WOULD  BE  LOCATED  NEAR  NATURAL  BRIDGES  AND  DELAWARE  AVENUE…AND  IT EACH  DAY  IT  COULD  TRANSFORM  UP  TO  7  MILLION  GALLONS  OF  SEAWATER  INTO  2.5  MILLION  GALLONS  OF  DRINKING WATER.

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