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SIG ALERT on Highway 129 08/22/19 15:57 S.S.

A SIG ALERT has been issued for Eastbound Highway 129. That after wires came down on the roadway, between Rogge Road and Murphy's Crossing (near Aromas). P. G. & E. Crews are working to re-string the lines, and hope to be done by 6 p.m. The west bound lane is still open.

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2 Inj on Bear Creek Rd. 08/22/19 15:52 S.S.

2 people were injured when the vehicle they were in went off Bear Creek Road and down a steep embankment. The roadway was closed for a time while the cause of the accident was investigated. The C.H.P. determined that the vehicle (which went down more than 100 feet) is un-recoverable.

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Deke’s Is Closed Again 08/22/19A 13:19 S.S.

A Santa Cruz market and deli, that was closed for almost 4 months due to a city water pipe breaking in April, has had to close again because of another break in the 64 year-old cast iron water pipe. The city took responsibility for the water line break in april, and has prioritized the repair and replacement of this pipe, but is waiting to finalize an agreement with a contractor. Deke’s Market And Mah’ Belly Deli, on the 300 block of 7th avenue, had just re-opened august 2nd ....before being flooded with water once again yesterday morning. Co-owner Deke Ramirez said he paid his employees through the last shut down, and expects to do that again this time. Once again the owners will have to replace the products stacked on the floor and lower shelves, as well as the 2 units used to make sandwiches, 2 freezers and 3 refrigerated coolers. Ramirez started a Go Fund Me page to cover expenses not covered by insurance. His goal is to raise $40,000. Customers can find business updates on the market’s Facebook page and via email, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

 

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UCSC – Yesterday’s Incident 08/22/19A 12:20 S.S.

U.C.S.C. Police officers say yesterday’s incident went just the way such incidents should. Someone saw something they believed was suspicious, an alert went out, and officers investigated. During the investigation officers turned up the “suspicious” person, and determined that the person, and the device seen were not dangerous.

 

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SOME STUDENTS LOANS – ERASED 08/22/19A 1214 S.S.

THOUSANDS OF DISABLED MILITARY VETERANS WILL BE ABLE TO GET THEIR FEDERAL STUDENT DEBT ERASED. THAT’S BECAUSE OF A DIRECTIVE SIGNED BY PRESIDENT TRUMP YESTERDAY. TRUMP SAID HIS ORDER WOULD DIRECT THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO "eliminate every penny of federal student loan debt owed by American veterans who are completely and permanently disabled."

The action will wipe out an average of $30,000 in debt owed by more than 25,000 eligible veterans, Trump said, calling them "incredible people" who have made "the ultimate sacrifice, in many ways, for our nation."

 

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