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SEARCH CONTINUES FOR MARINA WOMAN 1715 OG

THE SEARCH CONTINUED TODAY (MONDAY) BY THE MONTEREY COUNTY SHERIFF’S SEARCH AND RESCUE TEAM FOR 29-YEAR OLD CARIE LEETCH, MISSING FROM HER MARINA HOME SINCE FRIDAY.     BASED ON A WITNESS REPORT, THE SEARCH WAS LOCALIZED IN THE AREA AROUND IMJIN ROAD AND ABRAMS DRIVE.     LEETCH IS DESCRIBED AS A MEDIUM COMPLEXION HISPANIC/PUERTO RICAN WOMAN, ABOUT 5’7” AND 200 POUNDS WITH BROWN HAIR AND BROWN EYES, WEARING A GREY SWEATER/SWEATSHIRT, PINK OR PURPLE PAJAMA BOTTOMS WITH AN UNKNOWN LOGO PRINTED ON THEM. SHE IS ALSO KNOWN AS CARIE MUNOZ, CARIE HUFFORD AND MAY BE USING THE NAME NICKNAME “LULU.”
MARINA POLICE ASK ANYONE WHO HAS PERTINENT AND CREDIBLE INFORMATION ABOUT THE WHEREABOUTS OF LEETCH TO CALL 831-384-7575. 

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DROUGHT-RELATED SBA LOANS AVAILABLE 1/20/14 1700 OG

THE SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION IS NOW ABLE TO ISSUE LOANS TO SOME NON-FARMING BUSINESSES IMPACTED BY THE DECLARATION OF THE STATE-WIDE DROUGHT DISASTER IN CALIFORNIA.     SMALL BUSINESSES DEPENDENT ON FARMERS AND RANCHERS, AGRICULTURAL CO-OPS, AND SMALL AQUACULTURE BUSINESSES ARE AMONG THOSE ELIGIBLE FOR THE LOW-INTEREST FEDERAL DISASTER LOANS DESIGNED TO OFFSET REDUCED REVENUES CAUSED BY THE DROUGHT.     APPLICANTS MAY APPLY ONLINE AT DISASTER LOANS DOT S-B-A DOT G-O-V OR BY CALLING (800) 659-2955

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HEALTH FAIRS IN SANTA CRUZ 1/20/14 16:00 OG

THE SANTA CRUZ COUNTY HUMAN SERVICES DEPARTMENT WILL HOLD TWO HEALTH FAIRS THIS WEEK FEATURING WORKSHOPS ABOUT THE LOW-OR NO-COST INSURANCE THROUGH COVERED CALIFORNIA AND MEDI-CAL.     THE COUNTY ESTIMATES THAT NEARLY 8 THOUSAND NEW MEDI-CAL CLIENTS AND 20 THOUSAND COVERED CALIFORNIA CLIENTS WILL ENROLL OVER THE NEXT 2-3 YEARS.     THESE WORKSHOPS WILL BE HELD FROM 1PM-5PM ON WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22 AT CALVARY EPISCOPAL, 532 CENTER ST IN DOWNTOWN SANTA CRUZ, AND 12PM-5PM ON FRIDAY, JANUARY 24TH AT THE VETERAN’S HALL, 215 E. BEACH ST IN WATSONVILLE.    

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Salinas Non-Injury Shooting 01-20-14 11:00 av

Two people were shot at in Salinas last night but neither one received any injuries.    Police say the gang related shooting occurred on Glendora and Redondo Ways shortly after 8 p.m.   Authorities are searching for a suspect vehicle, that was described as an early 90s model green Honda, possibly an Accord, seen leaving the scene.   Natividad Medical Center reports someone checking in with a gunshot wound, however police have not yet confirmed whether the two incidents are related.

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Marcum Obit 01-20-14 09:30 av

The founder of Valley Churches United Missions in Santa Cruz County has died.    Annette Marcum died over the weekend after battling long time complications of lung disease.  The 75-year old Ben Lomond resident began organizing emergency relief efforts in the San Lorenzo Valley in 1982 following the Love Creek mudslides.   The organization provided food and assistance to over 7,000 county residents last year, and raised 10-million dollars annually with it’s Christmas project.  Marcum has one biological daughter along with 10 developmentally challenged foster children.   Services will be held on February 8th at St. Michael’s Catholic Church in Boulder Creek.

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