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Salinas Stabbing 7/18/10 TDH

Police are trying to locate 4-suspects, after a stabbing occurred in east Salinas this(sun) evening.   At 7:30 p.m., a group of teenagers was involved in an altercation on the 12-hundred block of John Street. 1-person was stabbed, and was airlifted to a Bay area hospital for treatment.    Police are looking for 2-males and 2-females that fled the scene.   No arrests have been made.

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Alzheimer's Fundraiser 7/18/10 TDH

The locally owned care-provider Lifespan is scheduled to hold a fundraising-sale Tuesday to benefit the Alzheimer's Association.   Slightly used women's hats, shoes, jewelry, and more, will be offered for sale, from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., in the Lifespan parking lot.   That's located at 600 Frederick Street, in Santa Cruz.  All proceeds from the event will be donated to the Alzheimer's Association Memory Walk, which is scheduled to be held in September.

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Rodeo Sales Increase 7/18/10 TDH

Ticket sales for California Rodeo Salinas increased this year, compared to last year's event.    The 100th annual staging of the Rodeo saw an overall 8.9 percent-rise at the event's box office, with 49-thousand, 5-hundred-35 tickets sold during the 4-day event.   Today's(sun) final day drew 26-percent more people than last year's final day.   Those totals do not include off-site ticket sales.

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Greenfield arrest 7/18/10 TDH

A 21-year-old man was arrested in Greenfield on Saturday, who authorities say is a known gang member.   Derick Martin Barajas was taken into custody at 11:30 p.m., after leading Monterey County Sheriff's Deputies on a foot chase.   Deputies say Barajas threw away a loaded handgun during the pursuit, and that when they caught him, they found methamphetamine packaged for sale.   He was booked into Monterey County Jail on several charges.

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Career-transition website 7/18/10 TDH

If you're looking for a job, or looking to change your career, make sure you have a Santa Cruz library card.   Librarians are set to hold a workshop Tuesday morning, to demonstrate the new career-transitions database, which is available to all library card holders.   The workshop is from 9 to 11 a.m., at the Central Library located at 224 Church Street, in Santa Cruz.  The career-transition database is accessible from the "'Internet Resources' section" of the library's website, at w w w dot santa cruz p L dot org.   (www.santacruzpl.org) Another workshop is scheduled for the same time on July 27th.

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