California’s wildflower “super bloom” has made its way to Fort Hunter Liggett (FHL), which shared aerial photos of the colorful spectacle last Thursday on its social media platforms.
Soledad youth are interested in developing a local youth council and shared their views to the Soledad City Council on April 3.
A life-size replica of a humpback whale arrived in Gonzales last Monday for students at La Gloria Elementary to explore and learn more about ocean life.
More than $26,000 was raised last Friday during the Fifth Annual Casino Night benefitting Rancho Cielo at the Salinas Valley Fairgrounds in King City.
Step back in time to California’s mission era while attending Mission San Antonio de Padua’s annual Mission Days event this Saturday, April 6.
Local students from Gonzales and Soledad high schools as well as Main Street Middle School competed in a math, engineering and science competition March 2 at University of California, Santa Cruz, and came home with top prizes.
A new exhibit is now open featuring displays about the Korean and Vietnam wars at the Soledad Historical Society.
Gonzales High School Migrant Speech and Debate Team took home first place in the Region 16 Contest for the second year in a row on March 16 at Salinas High School.
Three Gonzales High School students were selected to enter their artwork into the Monterey County art competition, “For the Love of Art,” in February.
“The Wizard of Oz” was brought to life last weekend to sold-out performances, leaving just one more weekend to see the Gonzales Community Theater’s production.