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S.C. COUNTY FAIR THEME ANNOUNCED 12-08-10 10:30 a.v.

In celebration of the 1st recorded county fair in the United States, officials with the Santa Cruz County Fair have selected a theme for their 2011 fair. According to Fair Manager Michael Bethke, the theme “Dancing with the Steers for 200 Years”, ties the event to local farming and ranching, and reminds residents that Santa Cruz County has been celebrating some type of county fair since 1885. The Santa Cruz County Fair will be held next year from September 13th through September 18th.



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Construction on a 399-megawatt photovoltaic solar project in San Benito County is being delayed due to an impending lawsuit. The joint lawsuit, filed by Save Panoche Valley and the Santa Clara Audubon Society, accuses the San Benito County Supervisors of abusing it’s discretion in reviewing a document related the to the solar plan. The lawsuit, along with other statewide approvals, is preventing Solargen Energy from starting the project since the approval of an environmental impact report is needed before construction can begin. A case management hearing is slated for next March.

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SALINAS FATAL SHOOTING 12-08-10 06:00 a.v.

Monterey County Sheriff’s deputies are investigating a shooting that that left one man dead last night in Salinas. The victim was pronounced dead at the scene after sustaining a gunshot wound to the face at around 10 p.m. at a home just outside the city limits of Salinas on the 16000 block of El. Ranchero Way. Neighbors living nearby said a man in his mid-30s lived at the residence.

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S.C. MAN AWARDED FOR BRAVERY 12-08-10 05:30 a.v.

A Santa Cruz man was among 38 state employees who were honored this week with the Governor’s State Employee Medal of Valor. Jefferey Scott Sipes, who works for California State Parks, was awarded yesterday with a gold award for his efforts on June 28th of 2009 when he rescued and provided emergency medical treatment to a person who underwent a serious electrical shock.



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In response to proposed changes to their pension and retirement health benefits, dozens of U.C. Santa Cruz workers protested in front of the campus’s main entrance this afternoon. The 2-hour rally, organized by the American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees 32-99, was part of a coordinated day of rallying on all U.C. campuses. Roughly 60 protestors including professors, students and U.C.S.C employees from other divisions participated. Alterations to the retirement benefits and the fee increase are subject to approval by the U.C. Board of Regents, who are expected to address a reform plan during a December 13th meeting.


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