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Trashion Show-Annual event returns to sold-out crowd

Posted: Wednesday, Feb 22nd, 2017
Recycled paper, magazines, trash bags, menus and gift wrap ribbon were just some of the items this year's Trashion Show artists used to create clothing to benefit programs run by the Alliance on Aging.
Some 300 local residents attended the second annual fashion show with special Master of Ceremonies John Buttgereit and Mistress of Ceremonies Karen Fanoe a.k.a. Dolly Parton...

Movie theater burglary caught on camera

Posted: Wednesday, Feb 22nd, 2017
King City Police caught a suspect on the same night he allegedly burglarized the King City Cinemas.
King City resident Mauricio Cordova, 19, was arrested for the burglary as well as a vehicle burglary that night, police said....

Farmer's Market facing possible end

Posted: Wednesday, Feb 22nd, 2017
The King City Farmer's Market is facing a crossroads, and the event could be discontinued due to budget shortages and volunteers needed to organize the weekly event.
The farmer's market started in 2010 in King City with a group of volunteers who wanted to give residents the chance to purchase farm fresh produce directly from the source....

KCPD Announces Multi-Agency Maximum Enforcement Patrol

Posted: Wednesday, Feb 15th, 2017
King City has seen a recent spike in shootings having eight shooting incidents in the last six days. This has resulted in two individuals being shot. In response to this recent increase King City will be conducting proactive patrol with the assistance of personnel from the following agencies:

Monterey County Sheriff's Department
California Highway Patrol
Greenfield Police

The Big Event-Leaders in education, ag, history honored

Posted: Tuesday, Feb 14th, 2017
This year's Big Event represented not only Agricultural but teaching and historical aspects of the King City community for the Chamber of Commerce and Agricultural award winners on Feb. 11.
Meg Clovis introduced Monterey County Agricultural and Rural Life Museum (MCARLM), and discussed its 50-year history in preserving historical agricultural equipment and the history of the area....

Chevron, Aera discuss future of aquifers

Posted: Tuesday, Feb 14th, 2017
A public hearing to discuss an aquifer exemption caused controversy as Monterey County residents were at odds over whether the aquifer would be used by future generations for drinking water.
The California Division of Oil, Gas and Geothermal Resources (DOGGR) is considering an aquifer exemption for the McCool and San Ardo oil fields for the Lombardi Sands and Aurignac

High School Rodeo honors Skip Utterback and Bill Whitney

Posted: Tuesday, Feb 14th, 2017
Skip Utterback and Bill Whitney were selected as this year's District 4 High School Rodeo Hall of Fame Inductees and were honored on Feb. 11 in the Salinas Valley Fair Pavilion building.
Utterback served two terms as District 4 president while his son Todd and daughter Coby were members. For many years Utterback's arena was a place to find

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