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July 12, 2024

Help wildlife with state income tax returns

With tax returns due April 18, time is running out, but taxpayers can still help California’s rare, threatened and endangered species when they file their state return.

Hospital Foundation pays tribute to donors

A permanent display at Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital honors hundreds of generous donors to the Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital Foundation.

Hartnell names Linder 2017 Distinguished Alumnus

The Hartnell Community College District has announced Emmett Linder as the 2017 Distinguished Alumnus and commencement speaker.

Fontes named new Greenfield city manager

Greenfield City Council selected Jaime Fontes as the new city manager.

City Council, School District to hold joint meetings

The City Council of Greenfield and the Greenfield Union School District have agreed to hold joint meetings beginning May 11 at 6 p.m. at the Greenfield Civic Center.

Vista Verde students compete in speech event

Two Vista Verde Middle School students, Nelson Najera and Alberto Chacon, participated in the Migrant Speech Competition on March 18.

Cities to receive millions in funds from transportation bill

The cities of Gonzales, Greenfield, King City and Soledad will receive an estimated $15 million over the next decade for their transportation system after California legislators approved Senate Bill 1 last Friday, April 7.

Cronk appointed South County Newspapers editor

Ryan Cronk has been appointed editor of South County Newspapers — the King City Rustler, Greenfield News, Soledad Bee and Gonzales Tribune.

Hundreds turn out for immigration forum

Over 200 residents of Greenfield participated in the Immigration Forum hosted by the Catholic churches, San Jose Mexican Council, superintendents from the high school and the Greenfield Union School District on March 29.

Greenfield joins Monterey Bay Community Power

The City of Greenfield is joining the larger regional effort to bring clean energy to its customers. On March 28, the City Council entered into a Joint Powers Agreement for the formation of Monterey Bay Community Power.