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Former King City Police Officer Mario Mottu pleads guilty to two counts of embezzlement

Modified: Wednesday, Mar 25th, 2015

KING CITY-Mario Mottu entered guilty pleas to two counts of embezzlement, one felony and one misdemeanor says Dean D. Flippo.
These charges stem from an investigation by the District Attorney's (D.A.) Office that uncovered the transfer of a King City police car which had been modified as a show car, to the personal property of Mario Mottu. The City

Rotarians welcome Students of the Month

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 25th, 2015

KING CITY -- The King City Rotarians celebrated the King City students at their meeting on Wednesday and welcomed three students from Del Rey Elementary, Chalone Peaks and King City High School.

Food Pantry drive breaks record

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 25th, 2015

KING CITY -- The Community Food Pantry of King City has broken its record during the annual Goodwill donation drive.
This past Saturday around 20 members

Casino Night sees reopening of Orradre Building

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 25th, 2015

KING CITY -- Rancho Cielo and the Salinas Valley Fair teamed up to bring a Rancho Cielo Casino Night to the fairgrounds on Saturday night.
Attendees for the event got the

Monterey County International Wine Competition pairs wine with broccoli

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 25th, 2015

KING CITY -- The 20th annual Monterey County International Wine Competition featured more than 500 wines from all over the world that found their home at the Salinas Valley Fairgrounds on March 7. This year the

Former King City Towing Company owner pleads guilty

Posted: Tuesday, Mar 24th, 2015
KING CITY -- Monterey County District Attorney Dean D. Flippo announced Tuesday that Brian Miller, 50, former owner of Miller's Towing of King City has entered guilty pleas to bribing an executive officer and grand theft as felonies. He is facing a maximum sentence of 4 years and 8 months in prison; however, future cooperation with the prosecution will reduce

Third-grade students enjoy Farm Day

Posted: Thursday, Mar 19th, 2015

KING CITY -- The Salinas Valley is known to the world as the "salad bowl of the world" and it takes several businesses to work on every aspect from the soil down to the bags or containers produce goes in at the grocery store. Third-grade students from south

City of King will rebuild police department

Posted: Thursday, Mar 19th, 2015
KING CITY -- When King City decided to rebuild its police department on March 10, police officers no longer had to wonder if their employment and job future is in jeopardy.
The City Council members and the City of King

Big Event honors locals

Posted: Thursday, Mar 19th, 2015
KING CITY -- Most have heard that old saying, "It takes a village to raise a child." Well, it takes an entire community to make a city thrive. This past Saturday the King City Chamber of Commerce recognized two people and one business that have helped King City move closer to what it wants to be.
The biggest award of

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