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Fort Hunter Liggett celebrates 75th anniversary

Posted: Wednesday, Feb 10th, 2016
KING CITY -- The 75th anniversary of U.S. Army Garrison Fort Hunter Liggett will be celebrated with three special events.
"We have about 1,000 troops training there now," said Col. Jan C. Norris, commander of Fort Hunter Liggett. "In May-July, we will peak at about 15,000 to 16,000 troops training and we will have upwards of 40,000 throughout the whole

A&G Pumping recognized by Senator Anthony Cannella's office

Posted: Wednesday, Feb 10th, 2016
A & G Pumping was recognized by Senator Anthony Cannella for their involvement with the community and it's generosity. Pictured left is Jen Ray representing Senator Cannella's office and CassieYoung from A& G Pumping.

McDonald's and King City Arts Magnet working together

Posted: Wednesday, Feb 10th, 2016
McDonald's of King City and King City Arts Magnet came together on Feb. 3 to raise money for the schools and parent teacher organization. Teachers from King City Arts Magnet worked behind the counter and any orders placed between 5 and 7 p.m. was valid for the fundraising effort. McDonald's presented a check to King City Arts Magnet staff for

District Election Workshops set for February

Posted: Wednesday, Feb 10th, 2016
KING CITY -- The City of King will host two public workshops to present information and answer questions regarding consideration of a change from at-large elections to district elections.
The workshops will be held on Feb. 18 at Chalone Peaks Middle School, 667 Meyer St., and on Feb. 22 at the King City Arts Magnet School, 415 Pearl St. Both

King City Boy Scout Troop 1 holds Eagle Court of Honor

Posted: Thursday, Feb 4th, 2016
On Jan. 30, Troop 1, along with Mr.  and Mrs. Randal Dyck, held an Eagle Court of Honor for Adam Dyck in the Expo Building at the fairgrounds. Adam Dyck

King City appoints Interim Captain

Posted: Tuesday, Feb 2nd, 2016
King City-
Darius Engles, a retired Chief of Police from Pacific Grove, has been selected to be an Interim Police Captain for King City Police Department.
Darius Engles was born and raised on the Monterey Peninsula. He is a graduate from CSU, Sacramento with a Bachelors of Arts in Criminal Justice and a graduate of the FBI National Academy.

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