Scotts Valley

Loch Lomond Level Falls as Dry Weather Continues

Loch Lomond Level Falls as Dry Weather Continues

Water Supply “Insurance Policy” Being Used in Ongoing Dry Weather SANTA CRUZ – While snow is finally beginning to fall in the Sierras, conditions in Santa Cruz continue to be abnormally dry. Unlike many other California communities, whose water resources include mountain snowmelt, Santa Cruz relies 100% on local rainfall for its water supply. When […]

Valley High Schools Scoreboard: December 2013

Valley High Schools Scoreboard: December 2013

Football Scotts Valley Season Record (8-3, SCCAL 4-1) D-IV Quarterfinals Carmel 54 – Scotts Valley 26 (Nov 26 @ Carmel) Scotts Valley Stats: First Downs 17; Rushes-Yards 45-221; Passing Yards 211; Comp-Att-Int 12-21-2; Fumbles-Lost 0-0; Penalties-Yards 3-25 Scotts Valley Scoring: Jake Rehnberg 2 yd run (Logan Sorensen kick) Q1 1:11; Sorensen 28 yd FG Q2 6:49; […]

Polo Barn has Million Dollar Price Tag

Polo Barn has Million Dollar Price Tag

By Noel Smith Florida-based Lennar Homes offered the city of Scotts Valley $1 million for the right to raze the historic but dilapidated building. The money would be used by the city for its parks and recreation department. If the offer is not taken, the developer would be forced to renovate the structure at its […]

SV Library Brews Success with Hops & Harvest Celebration

SV Library Brews Success with Hops & Harvest Celebration

October 5th fundraising event showcases local microbreweries, eateries & amazing raffle prizes! SCOTTS VALLEY – The Friends of the Scotts Valley Library hosted its first-ever ‘Hops & Harvest Festival’ event last month, and the fundraiser proved to be successful on all fronts: a great celebration with the local community and $8,000 raised to support a […]

19th Annual ‘Angels’ of the Year Awards Dinner

19th Annual ‘Angels’ of the Year Awards Dinner

 Presented by Valley Churches United Missions The 19th annual “Angels of the Year” awards dinner will take place Thursday, Dec. 5 at Scopazzi’s Restaurant. Valley Churches United Missions honors individual volunteers, businesses, churches, service clubs, and schools who have given so much in labor and monetary contributions. Their contributions ensure that area residents, during their time […]

Do You Remember Santa’s Village?

Do You Remember Santa’s Village?

By W. Wilde The reaction is always the same … “Aaww, I went there when I was a kid.” Almost everyone in Santa Cruz, over a certain age, remembers Santa’s Village in Scotts Valley. Open year-round, it has come to represent a simpler time when even adults believed in the joy of Santa Claus. Back […]

Save Our Shores to Clean Scotts Valley Sky Park Before First Rain

Save Our Shores to Clean Scotts Valley Sky Park Before First Rain

Seeking volunteers for preventative cleanup Save Our Shores (SOS), the leader in ocean awareness, advocacy and action on the Central Coast, announced today that they will be conducting their first public inland cleanup in Scotts Valley. Save Our Shores will be cleaning Scotts Valleys streets and neighborhoods this Friday. This cleanup is a precautionary and […]