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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR XMAS 12/23/10 0800 E.A.

A HOLLISTER ORGANIZATION STILL NEEDS VOLUNTEERS FOR A CHRISTMAS DINNER EVENT. THE MARLEY HOLTE HOLIDAY DINNERS ORGANIZATION NEEDS VOLUNTEERS TO ASSIST WITH PREPERATIONS ON CHRISTMAS EVE, COOKING AND SERVING FOOD. THE DINNER WILL BE HELD FROM 11 A.M. TO 1 P.M. AT O'REILLY YOUTH HALL AT SACRED HEART SCHOOL IN HOLLISTER.

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Robbery Arrest 12/23/10 8:45am TDH

Yesterday, Watsonville police officers arrested 2-teenagers, who are suspected of robbing a liquor store on Sunday.   19-year-old Watsonville resident George Alberto Argueta and a 16-year-old suspect were taken into custody, and 1-more suspect is still being sought.  The 2-are accused of robbing a 7-11 store on airport boulevard at 4 a.m. Sunday, and argueta is accused of firing a gun during the incident.  The 2-are facing several charges.

 

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All Layoffs Still Planned, SVMH 12/23/10 6:30 am TDH

Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital officials are refuting a statement made by a union official yesterday, which suggested that the hospital agreed to reduce the number of layoffs planned.   A union representative told the Salinas Californian yesterday that administrators had agreed to reduce the number of positions being cut from 110, to just 20.   However, hospital administrators maintain they never agreed to that, and simply agreed to stagger the layoffs over 2-months.  The 2-sides are scheduled to meet again on Monday at 4:30 p.m.

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salinas libraries to re-open 12/23/10 7:30am TDH

 2-of salinas’s library branches will remain open during the holiday week, with limited hours.   city officials had planned on shuttering all library branches from december 23rd through january 1st.   however now the cesar chavez branch and the john steinbeck branch will re-open from the 27th through the 1st, from noon to 4 p.m.

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holiday toy drive (cal-fire) 12/23/10 TDH

cal-fire officials have announced that the central fire protection district’s holiday toy drive collected              4-hundred toys this year.   fire fighters, along with officers from the california highway patrol and the capitola police department, staffed booths at area      toys ‘r’ us stores, and marshal’s, asking for donations.   in addition to the 4-hundred toys, the drive collected     26-bicycles.    central fire protection district personnel have held the holiday toy drive since 1988

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