• Bradley Post Office now accepts passport applications

    Bradley Post Office in Bradley, Calif., has announced that it now accepts passport applications on behalf of the U.S. Department of State — the only acceptance office between Salinas and Paso Robles.

  • Free clinic offers DACA renewal assistance

    OneJustice's Justice Bus Project is coming to Greenfield on Saturday, Sept. 16, for a free immigration legal clinic for individuals in need of assistance with their applications for DACA renewal.

  • Cities host immigrant information sessions

    A pair of immigrant information sessions are scheduled for Saturday in Greenfield and King City with officers from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services who will be available to answer general immigration questions from the community.

  • New officers to be inducted today during ceremony

    Three new police officers will join the ranks of the Greenfield Police Department during an induction ceremony set for later today, Sept. 6.

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Bruins struggle against ‘Catz

Utilizing a double wing formation the Watsonville High Wildcatz improved to 3-0 in the pre-season with a 35-14 win over the Greenfield Bruins (1-1) on Friday in Greenfield.

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South County teams run at invitational

The Greenfield High varsity boys cross country team placed third in their division at the Chieftain-Spirit Classic Invitational on Saturday at Toro Regional Park in Salinas. The meet featured over 700 runners competed in three divisions for the boys and girls.

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Greenfield Bruins win battle of bears

An early miscue for a touchdown was quickly forgotten on Saturday as the Greenfield High Bruins outscored the Pajaro Valley Grizzlies 48-0 the rest of the way in a 48-6 season-opener at Cabrillo College in Aptos.

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King City volleyball team improves to 3-0

Led by the double-digit performances in kills and assists by Grace Shepherd and Megan Flores, the King City Lady Mustang volleyball team defeated the North Salinas Vikings and Seaside Spartans to improve to 3-0 at the start of non-league play.

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Horned Toads run by Gonzales, 48-14

A potent running game and a short field was all the Coalinga High Horned Toads needed to defeat the Gonzales Spartans on Friday at Dick Force Stadium. Coalinga improved to 2-0 after the 48-14 win and Gonzales fell to 0-2 in non-league play.

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