• Martinez learns about emergency preparedness

    Greenfield Councilmember Yanely Martinez recently joined the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) Educational Fund in Miami, Fla., for the National Policy Institute on Emergency Preparedness and Response Management.

  • Snow Queen, King candidates being sought

    Soledad Christmas Celebration Committee is looking for girls and boys ages 3 to 17 years old to be part of the 24th annual Snow Queen and King Competition.

  • Pinnacles National Park receives field trip grant from National Park Foundation

    Pinnacles National Park will receive a field trip grant for the 2018-19 school year from the National Park Foundation, the official nonprofit partner of the National Park Service. This $5,200 grant will be used to help underserved schools with the cost of transportation to Pinnacles National Park.

  • City considers youth council

    City of Greenfield is considering the formation of a Youth Advisory Council, in which local students would have the chance to voice their opinions and provide fresh ideas to city officials on issues affecting young people in the community.

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Greenfield man arrested for sex with minors

On Sept. 17, officers from the Greenfield Police Department were dispatched to a residence in Greenfield regarding a minor having sex with an adult.

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Police ID body as missing man

Monterey County Sheriff’s Office has identified the body found last week as the missing Greenfield man who was struck by a vehicle and thrown into the river off a local bridge in February 2017.

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Leaders of tomorrow

Last Saturday Assemblymember Anna Caballero hosted a workshop for local girls and women to explore their career interests at the Greenfield Community Center at Patriot Park.

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Nonprofit recognizes market vendors

Greenfield City Partnership recently recognized the vendors at the Greenfield Community Market for their involvement in the community.

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Siembra Latinos Fund launches, announces first grants

The Siembra Latinos Fund (SLF) of the Community Foundation for Monterey County recently gathered more than 100 supporters and leaders at the Taylor Farms Building in Salinas to launch the new Latino-focused philanthropic initiative.

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Volleyball | South County weekly roundup Oct. 17

Greenfield High volleyball team is 0-6 in the Santa Lucia Division as they were beaten in four games at home against the Trinity Christian Warriors of Monterey last Thursday.

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Cross Country | Mustang boys win invitational

With five runners in the top six places the King City varsity boys cross country team easily won their division at Saturday’s Jackie Henderson Memorial Invitational hosted by North Monterey High School in Castroville. King City scored 17 points to easily defeat second place San Benito with 66 points. Soledad High placed fifth in the division.

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Football | Greenfield Bruins start new league with win

After scoring just 14 points in four games, the Greenfield football team erupted for six touchdowns to down the visiting Harbor Pirates 42-7 in the Bruins Santa Lucia Division opener.

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Cross Country | New Center Meets begin

Cross country dual meets have been eliminated this season as the newly formed Pacific Coast Athletic League has opted to run Center Meets with the new divisions competed in various venues.

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Cross Country | Runners gather for Earlybird Invitational

The competition was tough for local high school cross country runners at the 23rd Annual North Monterey County Earlybird Invitational Cross Country Meet at Toro Park on Saturday.

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    Football | Bruins impressive in Homecoming win

    Greenfield High made a strong statement on Friday night after a 48-13 Homecoming victory over the Marina Mariners in Santa Lucia Divisional play.

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    Volleyball | South County weekly roundup

    Greenfield High volleyball team played two games last week in the Pacific Coast Athletic League. The Lady Bruins lost to the York School Falcons and to Oakwood.

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    Football | Bruins down Grizzlies, 37-35

    Greenfield Bruins placekicker booted a nine-yard field goal with time running out to give his football team an exciting 37-35 Santa Lucia Division win over the host Pajaro Valley Grizzlies on Friday at Cabrillo College. Greenfield (2-1 in league, 2-5 overall) overcame a double-digit deficit to down the Grizzlies (0-2, 2-4).

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    Volleyball | Pumas beat Lady Bruins

    Greenfield Lady Bruins volleyball team lost at home in four games Sept. 25 to the Pumas of Pacific Collegiate of Santa Cruz in Santa Lucia Divisional play. The Pumas beat Greenfield 23-25, 25-23, 12-25 and 9-25.

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    Football | Pirates edge out Bruins, 22-21

    With momentum on their side, the Greenfield Bruins went for a win instead of a tie, but a pass for two points in the end zone fell incomplete, resulting in a 22-21 Santa Lucia Divisional loss against Robert Louis Stevenson in Pebble Beach.

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    Football | Condors outplay Bruins

    Turnovers and the inability to capitalize on an opponent’s turnovers cost the Greenfield High football in its 29-7 non-league loss to the North Monterey County Condors last Friday in Castroville.

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