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CARMEL KINDER VANDAL - 08-13-14 07:50 P.S.

TULARCITOS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (IN CARMEL VALLEY) WAS VANDALIZED MONDAY NIGHT. CLASSROOM WINDOWS WERE BROKEN, TRICYCLES WERE DESTROYED, COMPUTERS WERE DAMAGED, AND A FIRE WAS IGNITED IN A SANDBOX NEAR THE PLAYGROUND SLIDE. ANYONE WITH ANY INFORMATION ABOUT THIS CRIME IS ENCOURAGED TO CONTACT THE MONTEREY COUNTY SHERIFFS DEPARTMENT.

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TIRES PROJECT - 08-13-14 07:04 P.S.

MORE THAN 200 TIRES REMAIN IN A RAVINE BY HIGHWAY 9 AND PARADISE PARK. SEVERAL VOLUNTEERS LEAD BY ALECKS LONDOS PULLED OVER 950 TIRES FROM THE RAVINE IN 5 DAYS, BUT WERE STOPPED BY THE LAND OWNER, WHO WAS CONCERNED ABOUT INJURY LIABILITY. THE TIRES WERE ORIGINALLY PART OF A PROJECT TO STOP HILLSIDE EROSION.

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CA JUDGE PUSHES ENGLISH EDUCATION- 08-12-14 19:30 SG

A CALIFORNIA JUDGE HAS ORDERED THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO ENSURE STUDENTS RECEIVE ENGLISH LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION.      THE ORDER SUBMITTED YESTERDAY (TUES) FOLLOWS A CLAIM FILED BY THE AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION.     THE ORGANIZATION ALLEGES LANGUAGE BARRIERS LED TO POOR ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE FOR THREE SPANISH-SPEAKING COMPTON STUDENTS.    STUDIES ESTIMATE CALIFORNIA SCHOOLS FAIL TO PROVIDE INSTRUCTION TO AROUND 20,000 ENGLISH-LEARNERS EVERY YEAR.

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APTOS WALL PLAQUES TO BE TORN DOWN- 08-12-14 19:00 SG

STATE PARK RANGERS ARE NOTIFYING APTOS RESIDENTS THAT THEY MUST TAKE DOWN THEIR PLAQUES FROM THE MEMORIAL WALL AT SEACLIFF STATE BEACH.     THE NOTICE STATES THE WALL IS ON PRIVATE PROPERTY AND THAT THE PLAQUES MUST BE REMOVED BY AUGUST 30TH.     THE MEMORIAL FEATURES THE NAMES AND FACES OF DECEASED APTOS RESIDENTS.     OFFICIALS SAY THE PROPERTY’S OWNER HAS DECIDED TO PUT A STOP TO THE PRACTICE.      AS OF LAST NIGHT (TUES), AN ONLINE PETITION TO SAVE THE WALL HAS BEEN SIGNED BY OVER 500 RESIDENTS.

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TRANSIENT CONNECTED TO BIG SUR FIRE- 08-12-14 18:00 SG

A TRANSIENT HAS BEEN CHARGED WITH CAUSING A WILDFIRE IN BIG SUR.      26-YEAR-OLD HARLAND DEAN GRAVES HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED AS THE SUSPECT WHO STARTED THE CLEAR RIDGE ROAD FIRE IN MARCH.     GRAVES ADMITTED HE IGNITED THE FIRE WITH A CIGARETTE DURING AN INTERVIEW WITH INVESTIGATORS YESTERDAY (MON).      THE BLAZE WAS CONTAINED TO A SMALL AREA BY FIRE CREWS.      GRAVES IS BEING HELD IN MONTEREY COUNTY JAIL ON $10,000 DOLLARS BAIL.  

 

 

 

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