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Did Writer Go Too Far in Blaming Stow for Giants Fan Attack?

Did Writer Go Too Far in Blaming Stow for Giants Fan Attack?

Is an article titled "Know when you've outgrown the uniform" written about the attack on a Giants fan at Dodger stadium in poor taste?

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“We Are Scotts Valley” Think Local April 12th Event 6:00 pm

Part of the Movement – EVERYONE IS WELCOME!

When: Tuesday, April 12th, 6:00 p.m. until whenever!
Where:
Bruno’s BBQ, Kings Village Shopping Center, 230 Mount Herman Rd, Scotts Valley, Ca 95066

Think Local First of Scotts Valley will have its community kick-off event to bring local business and the local community together.

“We Are Scotts Valley” Think Local April 12th Event 6:00 pm

Part of the Movement – EVERYONE IS WELCOME!

When: Tuesday, April 12th, 6:00 p.m. until whenever!
Where:
Bruno’s BBQ, Kings Village Shopping Center, 230 Mount Herman Rd, Scotts Valley, Ca 95066

Think Local First of Scotts Valley will have its community kick-off event to bring local business and the local community together.

Cleaning up Fishing Lines World Wide Starts on Central Coast

Cleaning up Fishing Lines World Wide Starts on Central Coast

Abandoned or carelessly discarded fishing line maims, cripples, and kills thousands and thousands of wild animals every year. Not just marine animals, but owls, eagles, even songbirds.

There doesn't have to be a hook or sinker on the line for animals to become snared. According to WildRescue, birds often get their feet and legs tangled. The line can get snagged on something, like a tree branch, and the bird will be stuck.

To bring more awareness to this issue, WildRescue is organizing a worldwide event for Earth Day. They are calling for participants around the world to help clean up loose fishing line before it causes harm.

On April 23rd, WildRescue volunteers and friends will be canvassing piers, jetties, and fishing hotspots, focusing on removal of abandoned fishing line. At the end of the day, participants will be asked to email pictures of what they've collected.

"The fun part is seeing what others are going to be doing.

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Police Warn of Phone and Internet Scams

 Over the past several weeks, frauds involving money wires and check cashing schemes have been reported to the Seaside Police Department. 

The following are examples of the most recent complaints:

1.  A telephone call from an unknown person stating a family member is incarcerated in Mexico.  The caller directs the victim to wire money to Mexico for bail.    

2.  An email requesting assistance in cashing a check.

Friends Mourn Missing Felton Man's Death

- On Tuesday, Santa Cruz County Sheriff deputies said the missing Felton man died in a San Lorenzo riverbed. He was missing for almost two weeks. 

  For 10 years, Timothy Cates lived at Rose Acres Residential Care in Felton. It's a private home for people with mental health conditions.  Molly and Max Valera took care of Cates and said he didn't have any visitors or received any cards, but he meant a lot to them.   "The call today was pretty shocking," says Max Valera. "We always had a piece of hope he was somewhere, someone was taking care of him, not knowing he's missing."   For the past week and a half, they've spent hours searching for him.

Welcoming Back The Salmon Season

Welcoming Back The Salmon Season

This is the first full week of salmon fishing in the ocean waters off most of California and for the first time in many years the forecast suggests anglers may have many a tight line to look forward to.

On Saturday, April 2, salmon season opened and fishermen set out.