The 574-acre Coleman Fire is now considered 5 percent contained. Firefighters are working to create fire line around this wildfire, that is not currently threatening any homes.
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The Santa Cruz Ballet Theatre is producing a version of the holiday classic “The Nutcracker”. ”Clara’s Dream” is scheduled to be released to the public Thanksgiving weekend. The dancers have been working for months on producing the film.....that includes scene from some of the county’s most iconic landmarks, venues, and businesses.
“Clara’s Dream” has dancers of all ages ranging from as young as 6 to 74-year-old Tom Bonura (who plays Uncle Drosselmeyer). The film stars Lucy Rudnick as Clara and Otto Redline as the Nutcracker Prince.
A Fall Gala for a local non-profit will include a gourmet meal...even though the gala itself will be virtual. The Fall Gala is one of Community Solutions biggest fundraisers each year, and it will take place November 7th. Attendees, who wish to have the gourmet dinner, need to sign up, and they will be able to pick up their meal, between noon and 3 p-m that day in a drive-thru set-up at the Morgan Hill and Gilroy offices of Community Solutions. The on-line, live-streamed event is scheduled to be held from 7-8 p.m. November 7th.
The number who have died after catching Covid-19 at the Watsonville Post Acute Center has now risen to 15. There is currently 1 active case at the facility. Fomer Director of teh facility, Gerald Hunter stepped-down this week, and Rae Ann Radford has stepped into that position.
The next step in the debate over whether to remove the statue of George Washington in Watsonville’s City Plaza, or not, is coming up on Election Day. That’s when the Watsonville Parks and Recreation Commission is expected to make a recommendation to Watsonville City Council members. Based on the results of a recent month-long survey, it appears that roughly 60 percent of respondents want the bust to stay, while 35 want it removed, and 5 percent were indifferent.
For almost 20 years it has sat in the center of Watsonville, along with other historic elements, but the debate around the bust began as several monuments to presidents, and other historic figures across the country have been removed—both voluntarily and not.
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