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Cal-Trans Work, S.V. 01/28/11 6:15pm TDH

Cal-Trans Crews are set to begin work on a ½-mile-long project to construct retaining walls and concrete barriers near Scotts Valley, just north of Santa’s Village Drive to Crescent Drive.   That work is slated to begin this Monday, the 31st.   The roadwork will consist of alternating lane closures, and up to 15-min delays are expected.   Weather permitting, the work will be completed by spring, 2012.

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2nd Greenfield Victim Dies 01/28/11 5:35pm TDH

A Greenfield man who was shot in the head yesterday, has died at a bay area hospital.  Danny McCarter is the 2nd victim to die in the shooting, after 25-year-old Annabel Rico Trujillo was declared dead at the scene.   The shots were fired near 3rd street and oak avenue at 8 o’clock last night.  McCarter was found in a nearby car with a gunshot the head.  He was air-lifted to a bay area hospital, where he died this afternoon.   No arrests have been made in the incident, which marks the first homicides in Greenfield this year. It was reported that Trujillo was pregnant, however an autopsy revealed that she was not.  She is survived by 2-daughters.

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W.V. Teen Arrested, Theft 01/28/11 5pm TDH

A Watsonville man was arrested this week, for allegedly trying to steal a lap top from Scotts Valley High School.   18-year-old Taylor Jordan was taken into custody on Wednesday, after authorities contacted the driver of the van that Jordan escaped in.  He was confronted by school officials as he left a basketball game, and dropped the stolen lap top before fleeing in the van.   Jordan faces charges of possession of stolen property, and authorities plan to also charge him with burglary.

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S.C. COUNTY FAIR POSTER ART DEADLINE EXTENDED 01-28-11 a.v.

THE DEADLINE FOR POSTER ART ENTRIES FOR THE 2011 SANTA CRUZ COUNTY FAIR HAS BEEN EXTENDED FROM JANUARY 31ST TO FEBRUARY 11TH. THE CONTEST PAGE ON THE SANTA CRUZ COUNTY FAIR WEBSITE REMAINS OPEN AND READY TO ACCEPT ARTWORK ENTRIES FROM HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE STUDENTS. THE STUDENTS HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO TURN THIS YEAR’S THEME “DANCING WITH THE STEERS FOR 200-YEARS” INTO A PIECE OF ORIGINAL ART. THE WINNING ARTWORK WILL BE USED TO PROMOTE THE 2011 SANTA CRUZ COUNTY FAIR.

AGAIN, THE DEADLINE TO SUBMIT ARTWORK ENTRIES FOR THE 2011 SANTA CRUZ COUNTY FAIR HAS BEEN EXTENDED FROM JANUARY 31ST TO FRIDAY FEBRUARY 11TH 2011.

For more information, visit their website at santa cruz county fair dot com.

 

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P.G. VEHICULAR MANSLAUGHTER TRIAL 01-28-11 12:0 a.v.

Opening statements are expected to be heard Monday morning for a Monterey woman accused of murder and vehicular manslaughter. Deborah King is accused of being impaired by prescription drugs when she struck and killed a father of two, Joel Woods outside a Pacific Grove Middle School in 2008. After 3-days of selection, the jury was seated yesterday. King is being sued by Woods widow and 2 sons as well as the city and school district, alleging insufficient traffic controls at the pick-up and drop-off area at the school.

 

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