MVCS Equestrian Team Going to National Finals

MVCS Equestrian Team Going to National Finals

After winning the California and Nevada (Zone 10) High Point Championship for the third year in a row, the MVCS Equestrian Team that rides at Monte Vista Christian School in Watsonville earned a spot at the National Finals held by the Interscholastic Equestrian Association (IEA) in Syracuse, New York on April 18-21. “Our team won […]

Supervisor Zach Friend – The First 100 Days

Supervisor Zach Friend – The First 100 Days

By Noel Smith We had a conversation with Zach Friend about his first 100 days in office as the newly installed County Supervisor of the 2nd district. “I have found that it’s difficult to change the world with limited resources,” said Friend wryly, “Most of our county is not incorporated. This means that county government […]

Aptos Village Icon

Aptos Village Icon

The centerpiece of the new Aptos Village is planned to be the Apple Barn (aka Hihn apple packing shed), which was built around 1891. According to the County’s Aptos Village Plan approved in 2010: “By the late 1890s, paralleling the agricultural trend going on in the Pajaro Valley, apples became the focus of activities on […]

Pajaro Valley Association of Realtors Proudly Presents: An early evening about Water

Pajaro Valley Association of Realtors Proudly Presents: An early evening about Water

“Water is the driving force in nature.” –Leonardo da Vinci. Pajaro Valley Association of REALTORS® Proudly Presents: An early evening about Water—Science and Facts with special guest speakers from the Pajaro Valley Water Management Agency, including : Mary Bannister, General Manager  and Brian Lockwood, Staff Hydrologist. Learn more about water and the goal for sustainability […]

Curves Supports Communities Nationwide

Curves Supports Communities Nationwide

Curves Supports Communities Nationwide Aptos, CA. (Grassroots Newswire) 3/01/2013 — During the month of March, Curves of Aptos will participate in the 14th Annual Curves Food Drive to benefit local food banks. Collectively, over the past ten years, nearly 75 million pounds of food were distributed to local communities all over the world through the Curves […]

2013 Poetry Contest Winners

2013 Poetry Contest Winners

Aptos CA – The Times Publishing Valentines Day Poetry Contest for 2013 was an opportunity to reward our local poets (and their sweethearts). We had so many great poems – the best selection we’ve seen – that Times Publishing has awarded a Grand Prize along with First, Second and Third Place awards for each of […]

Sue Smythe Fitness

Sue Smythe Fitness

By Cynthia Howe “Personal training isn’t just for the fit and athletic, it’s about personal improvement.” – Sue Smythe With summer approaching, have you once again visited your vision for a healthier you? Sue Smythe Fitness offers a clean, positive and caring environment with a variety of physical training opportunities. It is designed for those […]

Bob Culbertson’s Celebration of Life

Bob Culbertson’s Celebration of Life

Bob Culbertson’s Celebration of Life By Noel Smith The Bob Culbertson Memorial Celebration of Life was held on Saturday Jan 5, 2013 from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Kennedy Center, 2401 East Lake Ave (Hwy 152) next to Our Lady Help of Christians Valley Catholic Church. At least two hundred people from the Central […]

Arlene Dorn Trowbridge

Arlene Dorn Trowbridge

March 29,1919 – January 12, 2013 Resident of Santa Cruz Arlene Dorn Trowbridge went to be with her Lord January 12, 2013, at the age of 93, after a long battle with Alzheimer’s disease. She was born in Oakland California on March 29, 1919 to Ralph and Clara Ryan. Arlene was the great granddaughter of […]

Beverly Regan Bargetto

Beverly Regan Bargetto

Beverly Regan Bargetto • Resident of Soquel   Beverly Regan Bargetto died peacefully in her Soquel home on January 14, 2013. She was 88 years old. Beverly was born in San Francisco, CA on March 27, 1924 to Edward and Winifred Regan. She is preceded in death by her younger siblings Maureen and Edward and […]