Santa Cruz CHP Pedestrian Safety Enforcement Results

Santa Cruz CHP Pedestrian Safety Enforcement Results

Enhanced Enforcement Issues 34 Citations and 9 Warnings As part of its ongoing efforts to improve pedestrian safety, the California Highway Patrol (CHP) recently conducted a pedestrian safety enforcement operation that focused on motorists and pedestrians who failed to yield the right-of-way or who take unsafe and illegal actions. Pedestrian safety is a key issue […]

Robin Musitelli is Retiring!

Robin Musitelli is Retiring!

Robin Musitelli, a former journalist and analyst to two Santa Cruz County Supervisors, has announced she will retire from Supervisor Bruce McPherson’s office at the end of June. Musitelli has worked as a reporter/editor in Santa Cruz County for almost 30 years, starting her award-winning journalism career writing for her family’s newspapers as a child […]

Aptos Post Office Jumps Alum Goes Pro

Aptos Post Office Jumps Alum Goes Pro

Submitted by Stephany Marks My son, Owen Marks, grew up on the Aptos post office bike jumps where so many pro bikers have come from. On May 11, he placed 7th overall in the professional Fise Montpelier World Series. While they were introducing him on TV live (youtu.be/HNCm7Tkrh1Q) the announcers talked about where he came […]

Diversity of Natural World

Diversity of Natural World

Three-Month Series To Feature Special Exhibits By Local Artists After a successful premiere in 2017, the Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History’s Summer Art Series will return for a second year featuring local artists inspired by the natural world. The three-month series that starts in June will include free First Friday receptions from 5-7 p.m. […]

Drug Shortages

Drug Shortages

By Ron Conte, Pharm.D. From the Food and Drugs • Administration (FDA) Web Site • January 15, 2014 All suppliers of sodium chloride intravenous (IV) bags are stating there is a shortage in production. The January FDA notice is a typical drug shortage notice. There have been an alarming number of shortages for the past […]

Harbor High 2018 Graduate Honorees

Harbor High 2018 Graduate Honorees

By Noel Smith Harbor High School’s 2018 graduates have maintained the values and missions of their school and The Capitola Soquel Times newspaper wanted to recognize some of these achievers. These are the Mission and Vision goals for which they have been striving during their time at Harbor High: Mission: Educating all students to become […]

Fifth District News: June 2018

Fifth District News: June 2018

By Bruce McPherson, County Supervisor 5th District Thanks to the hard work and dedication of San Lorenzo Valley volunteers, business owners and other community leaders, there is a lot of exciting news to share as we head toward the beginning of summer. ••• Felton Library Nature Discovery Park First, a huge congratulations to all of […]

Family Movie Nights In Heart Of Soquel Park

Family Movie Nights In Heart Of Soquel Park

Supervisor John Leopold and the Santa Cruz County Department of Parks, Open Space and Cultural Resources invite the public to join us for FREE family-friendly movie nights under the stars at the plaza of the Heart of Soquel Park, 4740 Soquel Dr, Soquel. The inaugural Family Movie Nights series began May 17 with the smash […]

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