Dreams to reality: Watsonville alumna a Raiderette after refusing to quit on dream

The 23-year-old Watsonville native beat out nearly 300 women to earn a spot on the Oakland Raiderettes, the Oakland Raiders’ cheerleading squad.

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Watsonville Berry Cooperative to close

Watsonville Berry Cooperative, a group of farmers also known as the Berry Bowl, is ending operations at the end of this year after struggling for years, General Manager Tom Simmons said Wednesday.

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Award-winning filmmaker brings documentary to Watsonville

“Evolution of Organic” will be screened at the Watsonville Film Festival on Oct. 11.

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Elkhorn Slough designated ‘Wetland of International Importance’

The wildlife of Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve made itself known Friday morning to a crowd celebrating the site’s designation as a Wetland of International Importance by the Ramsar Convention.

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Three arrested for murder

An adult and two juveniles are facing murder charges for the death of a 41-year-old man whose body was found off the roadway on upper North Rodeo Gulch on Oct. 13.

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Wine and Roses gala benefits Health Trust

The Pajaro Valley Community Health Trust's annual fundraiser, An Evening of Wine and Roses, is scheduled for Nov. 2 from 6–9 p.m. at the Crosetti Building at the Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds.

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Police seeking man who took upskirt photos of woman

The Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office is asking for help from the community to find a man who allegedly took inappropriate photos of a woman as she shopped in a Soquel department store on Oct. 4.

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PHOTO: Digital Nest opens doors to careers

Event drew about 200 youths from Monterey Bay colleges and universities.

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Ground-breaking for all inclusive park

LEO's Haven, an all-inclusive park, broke ground Saturday.

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