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Ag Tour heads north to Salinas

Modified: Tuesday, Aug 23rd, 2016
KING CITY-A special agricultural tour of the Salinas Valley will take place this Staurday, Aug. 27 and will be hosted by the Monterey County Agriculture and Rural Life Museum.
The day starts at San Lorenzo Park with breakfast hosted at the DeAnza building at 8 a.m. Then tourists will get on buses and head up to Salinas to see four

Teaching students work together to solve problems-participate in team-building exercises

Modified: Tuesday, Aug 23rd, 2016
KING CITY-Hartnell students learned to work together and lean on each other during the Monday session of the Teacher Talent Incubator program on Aug. 22 at the King City Campus.
The team-building exercises were part of a counseling/success skills seminar that is taught by Gaby Lopez. Leading the activities during Monday's session were Trio Director Manuel Bersamin and Grant Project

Fort Hunter Liggett marks 75th anniversary-unveils new Heritage Center

Modified: Tuesday, Aug 23rd, 2016
FORT HUNTER LIGGETT-The U.S. Army Garrison at Fort Hunter Liggett celebrated its 75th anniversary with an unveiling of the new Heritage Center on Aug. 17. The celebration marked that last of three events Fort Hunter Liggett held to mark the occasion.
"In our open house, we celebrate 75 years of military history, we celebrate our community, and we celebrate

Relay for Life-Fifth annual event brings cancer survivors together

Posted: Tuesday, Aug 16th, 2016
KING CITY-Relay for Life brought together survivors, victims and their supporters on Saturday at San Lorenzo Park.
Taking place at Relay for Life was an event called the Mister Relay contest. Males were invited on stage in dresses to dance. Cancer Survivor David Phillips showed up to compete.
"I donned my red dress, which I don't usually wear with my

Gang Task force moving forward-Community group to formulate plan to address youth violence

Posted: Tuesday, Aug 16th, 2016
KING CITY-The City of King City Council is moving forward with a Gang Task Force and is bringing on community members to help with the project.
The idea for a community Gang Task Force was approved at the March 22 meeting. The task force would focus on coming up with a plan to end youth violence.
"I believe that we

Hot temps could be leading to uptick in violent crime

Posted: Tuesday, Aug 16th, 2016
King City-In the past two weeks there have been four shootings resulting in injuries and a fatality. King City Police Chief Robert Masterson says that the King City Police Department was expecting an increase in violent crime as the temperatures rises.
"As the temperature increases the violent crime increases as well because people are out more,"said Masterson.....

Council ok's ballot argument for medical marijuana

Posted: Tuesday, Aug 16th, 2016
King City-In a five to zero vote on Tuesday, Aug. 9, the City Council of King City agreed to put a ballot measure on the November ballot to tax medical marijuana and non-medical marijuana cultivation, nurseries, manufacturing and testing annually.
The measure was originally approved at the last City Council meeting but new regulations have seen been put into effect

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