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Beloved music teacher Bruce Graham retiring-Final band, Jazz concerts set for May 24, 26

Posted: Friday, May 27th, 2016
KING CITY-Sol Treasures celebrated co-founder Bruce Graham during a special concert on May 20.
"I've spent 40 years hanging out with some of the smartest kids, some of the most talented kids, and it's just been awesome to be a part of their life," said Graham. "I came here planning to stay for a year and I've been here for

Students attend Jamboree-Fourth-graders learn about life during the California Gold Rush

Posted: Friday, May 27th, 2016
KING CITY-Fourth grade students from King City elementary schools traveled to San Lorenzo Park May 16-18 to learn about the California Gold Rush.
The learning experience was part of the fourth grade history jamboree. The Jamboree ran from 9 a.m. to noon and began with Santa Lucia Elementary on Monday, Del Rey Elementary on Tuesday and King City Arts Magnet,

Winds fuel 4K-acre Metz fire-Crew achieve 70 percent containment Tuesday

Modified: Friday, May 27th, 2016
SOLEDAD-Sunday afternoon just after 3:30 p.m. Cal Fire received reports of a wildfire along Metz Road south of Blue Jay Lane in Soledad. Metz Road spans from Soledad, to the north, south to King City and is the access route to the west side of the Pinnacles National Park.
As the Fire grew, fueled by dried grass, smoke could be

Metz fire balloons to 3,876 acres, 40% contained

Posted: Monday, May 23rd, 2016
SOLEDAD -- Cal Fire reported the Metz Fire has grown to 3,876 acres and was 40 percent contained as of Monday morning.
The wildfire broke out around 3:30 p.m. Sunday afternoon near Metz Road and Blue Jay Lane, east of Soledad, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection reported.
Breezy conditions hampered firefighting efforts Sunday afternoon, but favorable conditions

Auction raises $2.1 M-Heritage animal sells for $643 per pound

Modified: Wednesday, May 18th, 2016
KING CITY-The Salinas Valley Fair Livestock Auction raised $2.1 million which means a new record for the 72nd annual fair. Nearly 930 4-H'ers and FFA'ers auctioned off their replacement heifers, swine, goats, chickens and lambs on Saturday May 14.
Megan Wasson, of San Benacio 4-H, represented the Salinas Valley Heritage Scholarship Winner this year and sold her lamb, Willard, for

Grand Wine Tasting draws large crowd-Showcases wines from Monterey competition

Posted: Wednesday, May 18th, 2016
KING CITY-The Salinas Valley Fair Grand Wine Tasting attracted a big crowd during the first day of the 72nd annual fair. The wine tasting event showcases wines that participated in the Monterey International Wine Competition in March.
While taking sips of their choice of wine or beer the tasters had the chance to check out the exotic creatures from the

Panizera take top spots in Salinas Valley Fair AgriRace-Maria Estrada wins Women's Power Puff title

Posted: Wednesday, May 18th, 2016
KING CITY-Neil and Allan Panizera turned the first-ever AgriRace Invitational into a family affair. Neil placed first just ahead of his dad, Allan in the short track auto race on Thursday, May 12, at the Salinas Valley Fair.
Maria Estrada defended her title in the Women's Powder Puff race.
"My strategy going in was to get out in front and

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