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Big rig catches fire, blocks highway

Posted: Wednesday, Jun 24th, 2015

KING CITY -- A big rig truck collided with the guardrail on San Lorenzo Bridge railing and proceeded to catch fire on Thursday morning.
In a report from the California Highway Patrol, at approximately 9:40 a.m. on June 18 a vehicle was traveling

City Manager is seeking other employment

Posted: Wednesday, Jun 24th, 2015

KING CITY -- The City Manager position is looking to be filled with the news of Michael Powers seeking out other employment on Monday morning.
"The Council and I have been talking for

King City introduces new police chief

Posted: Wednesday, Jun 24th, 2015
KING CITY -- The nationwide police chief search has come to an end with Ronald Forgue joining the King City Police Department on June 22.
"For much of the

Fourth Of July activities offer something for everyone

Posted: Wednesday, Jun 24th, 2015
KING CITY -- Looking for something to do this Fourth of July with the Lake San Antonio closure? Are you staying in town? This year there will be activities for everyone from kids to teens to adults and more to enjoy. Events will be held moving down Broadway Street, City Park on Division Street, and

Chalone Peaks promotes eighth-graders

Posted: Wednesday, Jun 17th, 2015

KING CITY -- Gathering at the Salinas Valley Fairgrounds, eighth-grade students from Chalone Peaks Middle School were excited as they said goodbye to middle school and face the challenges and excitement of high school next fall.
Beginning the promotion ceremony was

Portola Butler celebrates graduates

Posted: Wednesday, Jun 17th, 2015

KING CITY -- A total of 23 students graduated from Portola Butler High School on June 4 at the Robert Stanton Theatre.
"For these distinguished graduates the last four years have not been without its challenges," said David Croy, principal. "These students have

King City Police Department will lose insurance

Posted: Wednesday, Jun 17th, 2015
KING CITY -- The Police Department will be exiting Monterey Bay Area Self Insurance Authority on June 30, 2016.
The Police Department exit comes after the events of Feb. 25, 2014 when the KCPD was left in a shadow of its former self when six police staff were arrested on an array of charges.
Over the next year

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