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OXYCONTIN ROBBER - 08/19/10 10:55 S.S.

A  MAN,  WHO  ROBBED  A  PACIFIC  GROVE  STORE  YESTERDAY,  IS  BEING  SOUGHT.    THE  ROBBER  WAS  DESCRIBED  AS  A  5  FOOT  8  INCH  TALL,  150  POUND  LATINO  MAN  IN  HIS  MID  20’S.    HE  IS  THOUGHT  TO  HAVE  LEFT  THE  SCENE OF  THE  ROBBERY  AT  A  FOREST  AVENUE  STORE   IN  A  DIRTY  LATE  1980’S  (OR  EARLY  1990’S)  DARK  GRAY  FORD  EXPLORER.     IT  WAS  OXYCONTIN THAT  HE  TOOK.

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MARIJUANA GARDENS RAIDED - 08/19/10 1050 S.S.

ABOUT  14  THOUSAND  MARIJUANA  PLANTS  WERE  CONFISCATED  YESTERDAY.      THAT  AFTER   2   MARIJUANA  GARDENS  WERE  FOUND  IN  THE  CHUALAR  CANYON AREA,  SOUTH  OF  HIGHWAY  68.    NO  ONE  WAS  ARRESTED  IN  CONNECTION  WITH  EITHER  “GROW”.

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LAIRD CONCEDED 15TH DISTRICT - 08/19/10 09:00 S.S.

LOCAL  RESIDENT JOHN  LAIRD HAS  CONCEDED THIS  WEEK’S  SPECIAL  ELECTION  TO FILL  THE  15TH SENATE  DISTRICT  SEAT.     SAN  LUIS  OBISPO  RESIDENT  SAM  BLAKESLEE WILL  REPRESENT  MEMBERS  OF  THE  COASTAL  SENATE  DISTRICT.     THE  SEAT  WAS  VACATED  WHEN  FORMER  SENATOR  ABEL  MALDONADO  WAS  APPOINTED  TO  BE  THE  STATE’S  LIEUTENANT  GOVERNOR.

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FATAL CRASH ON SAN JUAN ROAD - 08/19/10 08:30 S.S.

At  least  1  person  has  died  as  the result  of  an  accident  that  occurred  in  north  Monterey  County this  morning.     That  after  a  2-vehicle  crash  occurred  around  7:45  a.m.  on  San  Juan  Road near  the  Pajaro  Hills - Vega area.

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Hollister Solar Sewer Plant 08/19/10 0800 E.A.

Funding has been secured to begin construction on a Hollister sewer plant solar project. Atherton-based Clearspot Energy had entered a deal with the city of Hollister to supply 1.2 megawatts of solar energy at the wastewater plant. Construction is scheduled to begin in September and be complete by the end of the year. The solar power project is expected to save taxpayers as much as 10 million dollars over the 30-year contract.

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