Aptos Schools Scoreboard: Mid-April 2018

Aptos Schools Scoreboard: Mid-April 2018

Aptos High School Baseball Aptos Season Record: (6-3, SCCAL 2-1) Coach: Jason Biancardi (No games due to Spring Break) Softball Aptos Season Record: (4-5, SCCAL 2-0) Coach: Phil Rojas Jr. Aptos13 – Harbor 1 (Apr 10, H*) Boys Volleyball Aptos Season Record: (11-2, SCCAL 6-1) Coach: Jacob Landel Aptos def Scotts Valley (3-0) (Mar 30, […]

Reporting Railway and General Roadway Issues

Reporting Railway and General Roadway Issues

By Zach Friend, County Supervisor 2nd District Recent rains have brought potholes and other maintenance issues on local roads and even the rail corridor. Often, residents call our office for advice on the best way to address issues on our local roads and the rail corridor. There have been some improvements to how the community […]

TRC VP and Supervisor Zach Friend Update The Community

TRC VP and Supervisor Zach Friend Update The Community

Rio del Mar Improvement Association Membership Meeting Wednesday, April 18, 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. • Rio Sands Hotel, 116 Aptos Beach Dr., Aptos You are invited to join RDMIA for an informative evening on Wednesday, April 18. The meeting features guest speakers Scott Grady, with TRC, and Zach Friend, 2nd District Supervisor, along with a review of current projects […]

Coastal Home & Garden: Spring/Summer 2018

Coastal Home & Garden: Spring/Summer 2018

IN THE GARDEN — Nursery School • Tips for Organic Gardening • Planting an Asparagus Bed • Plant for the Pollinators IN THE HOME — Ways to Throwback Style • Upgrades for Spring IN THE KITCHEN — Mushrooms • Materials Matter • Spring Cleaning • Smoothie Bowls LIFESTYLE — Dream Deck • Composting • Saving […]

Cabrillo College Ethics Bowl Team

Cabrillo College Ethics Bowl Team

Only Community College Team to Qualify for National Championships Cabrillo College announced that its Ethics Bowl team finished seventh overall in the national championship of the Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl held in Chicago at the end of February. They missed qualifying for the semi-final match by only two points! Sponsored by the Association for Practical and […]

The Impacts of Climate Change

The Impacts of Climate Change

By Dr. Bruce Daniels, SCWD Board President Climate change is a serious issue all over the planet. It also has real impacts right here in our Soquel Creek Water District that must be considered for our water supply planning. As you probably already know, our groundwater supply is threatened by intrusion of seawater. In fact, […]

Scotts Valley Art, Wine & Beer Festival

Scotts Valley Art, Wine & Beer Festival

Volunteers Needed All Weekend: August 17, 18, & 19 By Kevin & Cherie Anderson, Co-Chairs/Volunteer Committee Hello Past & Future Volunteers! This will be our 3rd year serving as co-chairs for this festival and we’ve enjoyed every minute of working with all of you. Our team last year was full of energy, enthusiasm and we had […]

Student Voices

Student Voices

By Scott Turnbull, Superintendent Soquel Unified Elementary School District “Find your voice and inspire others to find theirs.” — Steven Covey (Author & Speaker) ••• Finding your voice” is an integral part of the human maturation process. As educators, helping students in the quest to find their voice is one of the most impactful areas […]

Scotts Valley Update: April 2018

Scotts Valley Update: April 2018

The Hanger at Skypark and Starbucks Takeoff for Scotts Valley Town Center A project dreamed of for the past two decades with a 10-year-old plan, Town Center, finally found an acceptable developer – Palisade Builders – that was approved by the City Council (4-1) on March 21. The project team is Douglas Ross Construction and […]

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