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Mobile home destroyed by blaze

A single-wide mobile home was gutted by flames early Friday morning inside the Blue Pacific Mobile Home Park, 220 Mar Vista Drive in the Seacliff area of Aptos.

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‘On The Devil’s Road’: Local filmmakers make world debut in Santa Cruz

Four years ago, four Santa Cruz filmmakers set out to bring a historic expedition out of obscurity. The result was a feature-length historical-nature-adventure documentary called “The Devil’s Road.”

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‘A new era’ of growth

In an era where agriculture meshes with technology — and environmental sustainability is a rule — Cabrillo College has created a major that combines all three.

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Where’s my refund?

We mentioned in our January article that many people were likely to be surprised that come tax filing time the refund that they have come to expect every year in the spring has evaporated, or worse yet, they now owe money to the IRS!

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Ask Nicole: Quality time matters

I recently read that “According to a [2007] report by the A.C. Nielsen Company, parents spend only 39 minutes per week in meaningful conversation with their children.”

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Trailblazers Award winners announced

The Santa Cruz County Women’s Commission announced the four winners of the annual Trailblazers Awards recently.

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Santa Cruz Chorale wrapping up season

The Santa Cruz Chorale will close out its 2018-2019 season April 27-28. The performance features selections from Joseph Haydn and Felix Mendelssohn.

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Kids2Parks registration opens

Kids2Parks offers free educational field trips in local State Parks to select Title 1 elementary schools in Santa Cruz, San Mateo and Santa Clara counties. Teachers apply online for the free field trips and will be informed by May 8 if their application was selected. 

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Cabrillo hosts thousands of fourth-graders

APTOS — Nearly 3,000 fourth-grade students from around Santa Cruz County came to Cabrillo College’s Aptos campus early in March to get their first taste of college life and, organizers hope, show them that post-secondary education is within their reach.

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Local author kicks off crowdfunding campaign

Allison created P.I.N.K. Backpack, a series of digital handbooks aimed to teach girls ages 8-10 and their parents about gender equality. The handbooks cover everything from responding to gender bias to understanding consent.

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Aptos senior running back Marcos Reyes (6) is dragged down to the turf by a McClymonds defender

During Dec. 8’s CIF NorCal 4-A championship game at Trevin Dilfer Field. Photo by Tony Nunez


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