• Snow Queen, King candidates being sought

    Soledad Christmas Celebration Committee is looking for girls and boys ages 3 to 17 years old to be part of the 24th annual Snow Queen and King Competition.

  • Council approves new speed limits

    Gonzales City Council has made a decision on speed limits throughout the city, with 25 mph as the baseline.

  • Pinnacles National Park receives field trip grant from National Park Foundation

    Pinnacles National Park will receive a field trip grant for the 2018-19 school year from the National Park Foundation, the official nonprofit partner of the National Park Service. This $5,200 grant will be used to help underserved schools with the cost of transportation to Pinnacles National Park.

  • Hydration stations installed at schools

    Gonzales residents Sofia Ramirez and Maury Treleven partnered to bring hydration stations to local schools with help from the Measure K Community Action Grant.

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Council approves new speed limits

Gonzales City Council has made a decision on speed limits throughout the city, with 25 mph as the baseline.

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Gonzales youth commissioners complete summer fellowship

Over the summer Nayeli Gomez and Cindy Aguilar were part of a Youth Council Summer Fellowship program, during which they experienced working with city agencies and leading their fellow classmates who joined them as part of the Gonzales Youth Council for the 2018-19 school year.

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Cross Country | Gonzales runners soar past Soledad

In their only dual meet and home meet of the season, the Gonzales High varsity boys cross country team defeated the Soledad Aztecs by a 24-35 score.

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Serve and protect

Gonzales Police Department has added two new police officers to its force, with the swearing in of Officers Matthew Doughty and Matthew Villaneda.

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Siembra Latinos Fund launches, announces first grants

The Siembra Latinos Fund (SLF) of the Community Foundation for Monterey County recently gathered more than 100 supporters and leaders at the Taylor Farms Building in Salinas to launch the new Latino-focused philanthropic initiative.

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Cross Country | Gonzales runners soar past Soledad

In their only dual meet and home meet of the season, the Gonzales High varsity boys cross country team defeated the Soledad Aztecs by a 24-35 score.

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Football | Spartans overwhelm Mustangs, improve to 7-0

On Friday night, the Spartans made their own mark on history with a decisive 33-13 victory over the King City Mustangs in front of a supportive crowd at Dick Force Stadium.

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Volleyball | South County weekly roundup Oct. 17

For the first time this season, the Gonzales High varsity volleyball team won back-to-back games, avenging an earlier loss to Pajaro Valley and beating the North Monterey County Condors for the second time in divisional play.

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Football | Gonzales player honored by SF Niners

Pablo Villasenor of the Gonzales High School football team was honored by being selected as the Lineman of the Week by the San Francisco 49ers.

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Football | Spartans dominate Mariners, remain undefeated

Six players scored at least one touchdown in the Gonzales High football team’s 44-0 Santa Lucia Divisional win over the Marina Mariners on Friday night at Monterey Peninsula College.

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