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MCO FAIR WINS 14 AWARDS 02-14-11 13:00 a.v.

The Monterey County Fair was awarded with 14 awards recently at the Western Fairs Association Awards ceremony. Monterey County took first place for Fair Give-a-ways, Best New Idea, and 2nd place for Agricultural Program, Interim Event Sales Kit, Overall Children’s Program and Volunteer Application. Western Fairs Association is a non-profit trade association that serves the fair industry throughout the Western United States and Canada.

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AVOID CARBON MONOXIDE POISONING 02-14-11 12:00 a.v.

Officials at PG&E remind customers to protect themselves of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning during the winter season. Carbon monoxide is a colorless, tasteless and odorless gas that is created by the incomplete combustion of fossil fuels and wood. Officials say tragic cases of carbon monoxide poisoning can be avoided each year during the winter months as people try to stay warm by not using generators, charcoal or barbeque grills inside the home. P-G-and-E also reminds you that if using the fireplace to stay warm, make sure the flue is open, so byproducts of combustion can vent safely through the chimney.

 

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PUNCH-LOCK CAR THEFTS ON THE RISE 02-14-11 11:30 a.v.

Police on the Central Coast have reported an increase in a new-way cars are being broken into lately. So far, 4 suspects have been arrested in Santa Cruz, Watsonville, Monterey and Pacific Grove for lock punching, a tactic, police say involves using simple household tools to disable vehicle locks. The latest report was received last Thursday after a Watsonville man lost a G-P-S unit and a pair of binoculars after the lock in the driver’s side of his Ford F-350 truck had been punched out during an auto burglary.

 

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S.C. MARRIAGES PERFORMED ONLINE 02-14-11 11:00 a.v.

The Santa Cruz County Clerk’s Office will be broadcasting all weddings performed today online. Ceremonies are being held every 30 minutes. The wedding ceremonies began this morning at 9 a.m. and will continue until 9:30 p.m. this evening at the 5th floor conference room. Visit s-c-c-o clerk dot com forward slash valentine cam 2011 to watch live weddings being performed.

 

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MARINA CISTERN RESCUE 02-14-11 07:30 a.v.

A 16-year old is recovering from injuries today after falling 20-feet down into a cistern in Marina yesterday. Monterey County search and rescue teams responded at 10-o’clock last night after the teen fell through the cistern behind the Walmart on the 100 block of Beach Road. The boy, which was found conscious, was pulled out of the bottom of the 20-feet-deep-by-8-feet wide hole with out complications.

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