Terri Morgan, Santa Cruz Sentinel

Terri Morgan

Santa Cruz Sentinel

Soquel, CA, United States

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Past articles by Terri:

Five Branches University marks anniversary with health, career fair

Five Branches University is celebrating its 30th anniversary with a free Chinese Medicine Health and Career Fair at its Santa Cruz campus. The Graduate School of Traditional Chinese Medicine on Seventh Avenue will open its doors to the public 10 a.m. → Read More

Santa Cruz resident Ed Larson shares his story with more than family

SANTA CRUZ >> A 90-year-old Santa Cruz aviator, artist and author recently published a memoir about his experiences during World War II, and growing up during the Great Depression.Ed Larson also shared stores about his longstanding love o → Read More

Individual experience: MAH features one-on-one performances by Marie-Caroline Hominal

SANTA CRUZ >> The Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History took part of its Everybody’s Ocean exhibit to the harbor on Friday and Saturday, offering one-on-one performances for members on a 50-foot yacht. Swiss choreographer and dancer Mari → Read More

Brunch in Santa Cruz marks anniversary of landmark Roe V. Wade decision

SANTA CRUZ >> The battle to protect the reproductive rights of women continues more than 40 years after landmark legislation that legalized abortion, said speakers at Saturday’s Pro-Choice Brunch in Santa Cruz.“Recent electi → Read More

Deadline nears for Santa Cruz County’s Adopt-a-Family giving

SANTA CRUZ >> With a deadline looming to meet its deadline, volunteers at the Adopt-a-Family program are hoping members of the community will open their hearts and wallets a little wider and help them achieve their goal of making the holidays ha → Read More

Christmas tree delivery brightens holiday for needy families

SCOTTS VALLEY >> The night before Christmas tree deliveries, Stephanie Ortega was restless.“I didn’t get much sleep last night,” said Ortega, the transportation director for Oak Tree Villa Wednesday morning. “I → Read More

Toys for Tots seeking toys for Christmas

WATSONVILLE >> Even after more than 25 years, Delilah Valadez is still excited about spending her December evenings in a warehouse working to help put smiles on the faces of children.“It’s quite a privilege to be here,ȁ → Read More

Capitola-based group works to get pro-ocean candidates elected

CAPITOLA >> A nonprofit organization headquartered in a small office in Capitola had a role in rallying voters in Florida to unseat an incumbent congressman it considered “Ocean Enemy No. 1” last month.Ocean Champions, which → Read More

Family, friends rally for ill Capitola infant

CAPITOLA >> All the friends of 9-month-old Conrad Bauman want for Christmas is to find a matching donor who can provide life-saving bone marrow to a Capitola boy who was recently diagnosed with blood cancer.The Friends of the Bauman Famil → Read More

Kidpower marks anniversary

SANTA CRUZ >> When Irene van der Zande helped launch Kidpower to offer self-defense training for children in 1989 she had no idea that it would become an international program and teach more than 3 million people how to boost their confidence, s → Read More

Former CIA chief Leon Panetta tells his story in 'Worthy Fights'

SANTA CRUZ >> An appreciative audience interrupted former Defense Secretary's Leon Panetta's discussion about his experiences in public service Monday night several times with applause. → Read More

Santa Cruz historian to honor Marine Corps war dog

SANTA CRUZ >> For the first time in decades, a decorated World War II veteran who has rested in obscurity is being honored on Veterans Day. → Read More

Adopt-a-Family kicks off Monday in Santa Cruz County

SANTA CRUZ >> With more than 450 local families struggling financially, celebrating the winter holidays will take a back seat to buying food and keeping a roof over their heads. → Read More

Scotts Valley author Christine Mason meets colleague for first time

SCOTTS VALLEY >> A Scotts Valley novelist is embarking on a local book tour with a close friend and colleague that she'll be meeting face to face for the first time hours before their first event. → Read More

Santa Cruz's Make a Difference Day wants you

SANTA CRUZ >> Are you looking to make a difference in the community? Then the United Way and Volunteer Center of Santa Cruz County wants to hear from you. → Read More

Hikers get close-up view of 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake epicenter

APTOS >> Mother Nature has had a quarter of a century to heal the land around the epicenter of the 6. → Read More

Man takes dog for long walk to fight cancers

SANTA CRUZ >> A anti-cancer advocate and his dog, who are trekking from Canada to Mexico to raise awareness to the disease, strolled through Santa Cruz Tuesday. → Read More

A cafe for fixing, repair in Santa Cruz

SANTA CRUZ >> Small appliances got a new lease on life, and their owners learned some valuable repair skills at the Repair Cafe held Saturday at the Grey Bears campus in Santa Cruz. → Read More

Santa Cruz garden dedicated to Shannon Collins marks anniversary

SANTA CRUZ >> Although the ongoing drought has taken a toll on the Shannon Collins Memorial Garden, it hasn't wilted the dedication of the volunteers who maintain it. → Read More

Good Shepherd Catholic School holds annual blessing of animals in Santa Cruz

SANTA CRUZ >> With his 1-year-old boxer Bruno sitting patiently by his side, Vince Wolfe explained why he and his fellow students at Good Shepherd Catholic School were so excited Friday afternoon. → Read More