KING CITY — King City Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture has announced the new date for its Annual Awards Dinner, which was originally planned for March 5. The annual event honoring local businesses and community members will now take place on Saturday, Aug. 6.


SALINAS — Hartnell College and the Grower-Shipper Association are inviting military veterans and family members in the Monterey Bay area to take advantage of an immediate opportunity for free courses in agricultural technology and paid on-the-job training at some of the largest Salinas Valley ag companies. The registration deadline is Feb. 5. This effort is funded by the Metallica All Within Our Hands Foundation. Visit to learn more.


MONTEREY COUNTY — Coastal Kids Home Care is offering “Good Grief for Kids and Teens,” an hour-long support group that meets for four weeks. Led by licensed counselors and trained bereavement facilitators, group sessions are hosted in schools, churches or other convenient locations and also can be in Spanish. Support through this process is free for all youth in need, as CKHC guides them through the experience to better understand grief while expressing their thoughts and feelings to others. To arrange for a session, call 831-320-0947.

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Ryan Cronk is the managing editor for King City Rustler and Salinas Valley Tribune, a unified publication of Greenfield News, Soledad Bee and Gonzales Tribune. He covers general news for South Monterey County and the surrounding communities.


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