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Monterey restaurant opening 6/23/10 tdh

A new restaurant is set to open today in Monterey.    The cannery row brewery company had hoped to open its doors in time for the u.s. open golf tournament, however it was delayed until the businesses secured its liquor license.   The cannery brewing row company is located on the corner of wave street and prescott avenue, and is set to have 70 beers on tap, and serve “home-style food.”

 

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STUDENTS ASSIST FIRE CREWS - 06/23/10 18:36 S.S.

SO-CALLED  AT-RISK  STUDENTS  WORKED  ALONGSIDE   FIRE  CREWS  TODAY,   AS  A  CONTROLLED  BURN  TOOK  PLACE  AT  LAGUNA  SECA  OFF  OD  HIGHWAY  68  IN  MONTEREY  COUNTY.       THE  YOUNG  MEN  ARE  PART  OF  THE  RANCHO  CIELO  WILDLAND  FUELS  CREW….AND  TODAY’S  WORK  GAVE  THEM  HANDS-ON  TRAINING  TO  HELP  THEM  BECOME  FIREFIGHTERS.      ANOTHER  CONTROLLED  BURN  IS  EXPECTED  TO  TAKE  PLACE  TOMORROW.

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DRUG BUST IN S C - 06/23/10 18:34 S.S.

4  PEOPLE  WERE  ARRESTED  ON  NARCOTICS-RELATED  CHARGES  IN  SANTA CRUZ  THIS  MORNING.      THAT  AFTER  A  SEARCH  WARRANT  WAS  SERVED  AT  A  SPRUCE  STREET  HOME.      LAW  ENFORCEMENT  OFFICERS  FOUND  NEEDLES,  PIPES,  AND  PACKAGING  MATERIALS,  AS  WELL  AS  A  FAKE  HANDGUN,  SOME  HEROIN,  AND  SOME  MARIJUANA.      ROGER  GOLDEN,   JAY  PRICE,   DEBBIE  STICKLEY,   AND   SUSAN  WILHITE WERE  BOOKED  INTO  SANTA  CRUZ  COUNTY  JAIL.

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M H STUDENTS FILE LAWSUIT - 06/23/10 18:24 S.S.

3  MORGAN  HILL  HIGH  SCHOOL  STUDENTS  HAVE  FILED  A  LAWSUIT  AGAINST  THE   MORGAN  HILL  UNIFIED  SCHOOL  DISTRICT.     AT  ISSUE  IS  THE  CINCO  DE  MAYO INCIDENT  AT  LIVE  OAK  HIGH  SCHOOL  IN  WHICH  THE  STUDENTS  WERE  TOLD  TO  REMOVE  THEIR  AMERICAN  FLAG  T-SHIRTS.

 

THE  STUDENTS  WERE  LATER  TOLD  THE  SHIRTS  COULD  INCITE  VIOLENCE,   HOWEVER  “CALIFORNIA  LAW  GRANTS  STUDENTS  THE  RIGHTS  TO  EXERCISE  FREEDOM  OF  SPEECH  BY  WEARING  BUTTONS,  BADGES,  AND  OTHER INSIGNIA”….BECAUSE  AS  “THEY  DO  NOT  SHED  THEIR  FIRST  AMENDMENT  RIGHTS  AT  THE  SCHOOLHOUSE  GATES”.

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SJ Unions Reject Pay Cuts 06/23/10 E.A.

3 of the largest city workers unions in San Jose have rejected a proposal by city officials to 10 percent pay cuts. Now that the proposal has been denied, the San Jose City Council is prepared to pass a budget that would include hundreds of layoffs, to take effect August 1st. 229 police and fire positions as well as 136 civilian jobs are set to be eliminated with the proposed budget.

 

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