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Nick Sestanovich

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Past articles by Nick:

Agencies pitch in to help evacuees following flooding in Pajaro Valley

“Our community is an amazing community filled with people who help neighbors over and over again,” said Susan True, the CEO of Community Foundation Santa Cruz County. “Once again,… → Read More

All signs point to Capitola’s history in new museum exhibit

Capitola Museum’s newest exhibition “Capitola — Sign of the Times” features many of the markers that have caught the eyes of residents and visitors alike in the 160-plus yea… → Read More

PVUSD board approves 2nd interim budget report

At its Wednesday meeting, the Pajaro Valley Unified School District Board of Trustees unanimously approved updated projections of its budget over the next three years as part of the second interim … → Read More

Alfred Hitchcock to be celebrated in Scotts Valley festival

The Hitchcock Festival in Scotts Valley will feature screenings of “Shadow of a Doubt” and “Vertigo,” an interview with his granddaughter, and wine made on Hitchcock’s… → Read More

Watsonville: Goat Hill Fair ending after 13 years

The Goat Hill Fair will be ending its 13-year run of selling unique vintage goods, organizers announced last week. → Read More

Calendar of Events | Have the time of your life at ABBA tribute show

Berkeley-based rapper Lyrics Born, who rose to fame in 2004 with his song “Callin’ Out,” will perform at Moe’s Alley Saturday. → Read More

PVUSD board to consider tentative agreement with classified employees union

Last January, the Pajaro Valley Unified School District and California School Employees Association reached a tentative bargaining agreement regarding salary schedules, bereavement and other matter… → Read More

Young filmmakers will have movies screened at Rio Theatre Saturday

For most of the year, Thomas Family Farm is simply a 35-acre farm in Aptos that grows organic flowers. For a few weeks each summer, it is also a place for filmmakers as young as 5 and as old as 18 … → Read More

Applications open for Spirit of Watsonville 4th of July Parade

WATSONVILLE — As it does every July 4, the streets of downtown Watsonville will be filled with creatively decorated floats, marching bands, horses and vintage vehicles, all in celebration of … → Read More

Newly appointed PVUSD Trustee Adam Scow excited to advocate for employees

More than a week into his new position as Pajaro Valley Unified School District trustee for Area 6, Adam Scow is feeling energized about his vision for the district. → Read More

Watsonville City Council grants Ceiba permanent campus

Fears of potential closure of Ceiba College Preparatory Academy dissipated shortly before 11:30 p.m. Tuesday when the Watsonville City Council voted 4-3 to grant a zoning change to allow the charte… → Read More

Watsonville Film Festival kicks off 11th edition Friday

As it has for the previous 10 years, the Watsonville Film Festival will highlight the community and showcase stories not often seen in Hollywood. → Read More

Watsonville City Council to consider making Ceiba’s campus permanent

A use permit to allow the Ceiba College Preparatory Academy campus to have a permanent home at its Locust Street campus will go before the Watsonville City Council in a special meeting Tuesday. → Read More

Preschoolers get prehistoric lessons in Camp VACAtion

Through the Vacaville Parks and Recreation Department’s Preschool Camp VACAtion, youngsters have been learning all about the creatures who once ruled the Earth, including the different types … → Read More

Vanden Cove gets nod from Vacaville Planning Commission

The project was put forth by Concord-based construction firm Discovery Builders with the goal of creating new lots on three parcels ranging in size from 6,000 to 11,060 square feet, with four house… → Read More

Vacaville to host babysitters training course

Vacaville’s course is aimed at sixth through eighth-graders and will teach them life skills, safety skills, how to administer CPR to infants and children and overall how to care for young kid… → Read More

Vacaville to hold community meeting on Park Parish project

The city is hosting a community meeting via Zoom to discuss the Park Parish project at the northeast corner of Vanden Road and Cogburn Circle. The project, by San Mateo-based company Agape LLC, has… → Read More

Sustainable Solano to install pollinator gardens at Rocky Hill Trail

Over the course of two weekends in March, the Benicia-based 501(c)(3), students in its Environmental Justice Leadership Fellowship and volunteers will be planning to install a native garden rich in… → Read More

Vacaville veterinarian, rancher writes book on animal behavior approaches

Dr. Sue Chan, a Vacaville veterinarian and owner of the Phoenix Ranch on Midway Road, recently published her first book, “The Whisperers’ Way: The Essential Elements For Teaching and He… → Read More

Dixon City Council to consider Water Rate Committee

Four years after the Dixon City Council voted to increase the city’s water rates, and three years after residents voted to repeal those rates, the council will now focus on establishing a com… → Read More