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SOLEDAD NURSE FRAMED- 03-31-14 8:00 SG

A MONTEREY COUNTY JUDGE HAS CONCLUDED A FORMER PRISON NURSING DIRECTOR ACCUSED OF MISCONDUCT WAS FRAMED BY HER COLLEAGUES.   JUDGE PERRY JOHNSON PROPOSED ALL CHARGES AGAINST 58-YEAR-OLD ANGELIA BRITT SHOULD BE DROPPED.    BRITT WAS ACCUSED OF FALSIFYING MEDICAL RECORDS AND TIME CARDS AT THE CORRECTIONAL TRAINING FACILITY IN SOLEDAD.    JOHNSON SAID THE ACCUSATIONS WERE MADE BY BRITT’S DISGRUNTLED COLLEAGUES AFTER HER PROMOTION TO DIRECTOR.

 

 

 

 

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DROUGHT HITS M.C. LAKES- 03-31-14 7:00 SG

WATER LEVELS IN MONTEREY COUNTY LAKES ARE FAR BELOW AVERAGE AS A RESULT OF THE DROUGHT.    VISITORS WHO PLAN TO COME TO THE LAKES TO ENJOY FISHING AND BOATING MAY NEED TO EXERCISE CAUTION .    THERE IS GROWING CONCERN AMONG OFFICIALS REGARDING SAFETY DURING THE BUSY SUMMER SEASON.    THE WATER LEVEL OF LAKE NACIMIENTO IS 22-PERCENT OF WHAT IS USUALLY IS WHILE LAKE SAN ANTONIO IS AT 5-PERCENT.

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HORSE RIDE FUNDRAISER- 03-31-14 6:30 SG

THE SANTA CRUZ COUNTRY HORSEMAN’S ASSOCIATION HELD A COMPETITIVE HORSEBACK RIDE YESTERDAY (SUN) TO RAISE MONEY FOR CHARITY.    PARTICIPANTS RODE A 6-MILE OBSTACLE COURSE THROUGH HENRY COWELL STATE PARK.   THE RIDE BENEFITED P-A-T-H INTERNATIONAL, A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION OFFERING THERAPEUTIC RIDING PROGRAMS.  

 

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HEALTHCARE DEADLINE-3/30/14-1918-PMD

LIBRARIES AND COMMUNITY COLLEGES, LOCALLY AND THROUGHOUT THE STATE, HAD PEOPLE WAITING IN LINE TO USE COMPUTERS WITH INTERNET ACCESS OVER THE WEEKEND.  THE LINES WERE THE RESULT OF PEOPLE TRYING TO GET REGISTERED FOR HEALTH CARE INSURANCE BEFORE TODAY’S (MONDAY MARCH 31ST) DEADLINE FOR THE YEAR. THOSE WHO DO NOT MAKE THE DEADLINE FACE PENALTIES THAT ARE TO BE ASSESSED VIA THEIR FEDERAL INCOME TAXES RETURNS.

 

 

 

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CHLD MLSTR SNTCD-3/30/14-1901-PMD

A SANTA CRUZ COUNTY JUDGE SENTENCED A CHILD MOLESTER TO A 153 YEARS IN PRISON.    On February 17, 2014 a jury convicted 54 YEAR OLD Jose Olivas ALSO KNOWN AS Martin Rodriguez of 17 felony counts, including Forcible Lewd Acts on a Child, Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child, and Continuous Sexual Abuse of a Child. ON FRIDAY HE WAS SENTENCED TO a 78 year prison term to be followed by a term of 75 years-to-life for a total of 153 years. OLIVAS will be eligible for parole in 141 years

 

 

 

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