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SALINAS BACKYARD FIRE 6/13/13 9:00a DMF

AN ELECTRICAL SHORT SPARKED A FIRE IN THE BACKYARD OF A SALINAS HOME ON WEDNESDAY.   AROUND 5 P-M A MOTORCYCLE-LIKE VEHICLE SHORTED OUT CAUSING A FLATBED TRAILER IN A BACKYARD ON PROVINCETOWN DRIVE TO FLAME UP.  A QUICK ACTING NEIGHBOR CALLED THE FIRE DEPARTMENT WHICH ARRIVED ON SCENE QUICKLY AFTER AND WERE ABLE TO PUT OUT THE FIRE IN ABOUT 10 MINUTES.

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BUSINESSES WITHOUT LICENSES 6/13/13 9:00a DMF

ACCORDING TO THE CITY OF SALINAS’ FINANCE DIRECTOR HUNDREDS OF BUSINESSES ARE OPERATING WITHOUT A LICENSE.   THE MONEY BUSINESSES ARE SUPPOSED TO PAY FOR A LICENSE IS A TAX THAT GOES TO CITY SERVICES.   IN SALINAS MORE THAN 1000 BUSINESSES COST THE CITY MORE THAN HALF A MILLION DOLLARS BY FAILING TO GET THEIR LICENSE.

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WV POLICE, FIRE REACH DEAL WITH CITY 6/13/13 10:00a DMF

A TENTATIVE AGREEMENT REACHED TUESDAY WITH THE CITY OF WATSONVILLE KEPT SOME FIREFIGHTERS FROM LOSING THEIR JOB AND SPARED POLICE FROM TAKING MORE FURLOUGH DAYS.   THE AGREEMENT STATES THAT THE POLICE DEPARTMENT WILL CONTINUE TO HAVE EIGHT FURLOUGH DAYS AND A DEFERRED FIVE PERCENT SALARY INCREASE.   IN ADDITION THE POLICE ACTIVITIES PROGRAM WILL BE FUNDED THROUGH NEXT YEAR, AND THE FIRE DEPARTMENT AGREED TO KEEP ON SUSPENDING ITS UNIFORM ALLOWANCE.

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MAN SHOOTS GOAT, GOATHERD 6/13/13 10:00a DMF

AN 88-YEAR-OLD MAN FROM PRUNEDALE WAS SENTENCED TO FELONY PROBATION WEDNESDAY AFTER HE SHOT A GOATHERD AND HIS GOAT.   PHILLIP DEXTER SHOT A GOAT AS WELL AS CESARIO DIAZ AT THE EDGE OF HIS PROPERTY AFTER SEVERAL GOATS WANDERED ON TO THE AVERY LANE PROPERTY.   ACCORDING TO PROSECUTORS DEXTER WAS ATTEMPTING TO SCARE OFF THE GOATS WITH AN ANTIQUE SHOTGUN AND ACCIDENTALLY HIT THE GOAT AND DIAZ.  A HEARING WILL BE HELD ON AUGUST 14th TO DECIDE IF DEXTER’S SON WILL BE ALLOWED TO HAVE HIS FATHER’S ANTIQUE SHOTGUN.

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APTOS TEEN WINS ART COMPETITION 6/13/13 8:00a DMF

 

A TEEN FROM APTOS HIGH WON AN ART COMPETITION WITH HER PHOTO TITLED “WALKING IN ISRAEL.”   THE CONGRESSIONAL ART COMPETITION WAS OPEN TO ALL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN THE 20TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT.   18-YEAR-OLD RACHEL MARTIN SHOT  “WALKING IN ISRAEL” WHILE PARTICIPATING IN THE NORTH AMERICAN FEDERATION OF TEMPLE YOUTH’S INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE PROGRAM IN ISRAEL.   MARTIN WHO GRADUATED APTOS HIGH LAST WEEK WILL GO ON TO STUDY AT CAL POLY.   THE WINNING PHOTO WILL GO ON DISPLAY AT THE NATION’S CAPITAL AND LATER THIS MONTH, MARTIN WILL BE HONORED WITH A 1500 DOLLAR SCHOLARSHIP.

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