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 2020-09-26 18:06 

Monterey Herald

Dave Stoldt, Guest Commentary: Water Supply The Testimony That Never Was...

Last week on these pages, you heard the President of California American Water explain their rationale for withdrawing their application for a desalination plant from the California Coastal Commission the day before their Sept. 17 hearing. What he didn...

 2020-09-26 17:43 

Monterey Herald

Election 2020: County poised for 'pandemic' presidential election...

SALINAS — Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Monterey County elections department is preparing for a very different presidential election this year. For the first time, vote by mail ballots will be sent to every one of the county's record 201,500-p...

 2020-09-26 17:19 

Monterey Herald

Patrice Vecchione, Walkabout Town: A walker's lament in time of climate change...

A few weeks back, when the fires turned our sky orange and for day upon day upon day our air was foul, when those of us who were stuck inside for what felt like forever, I thought that I was living inside a speculative fiction novel. I felt even greater s...

 2020-09-26 13:45 

Monterey Herald

This quick red beans and rice is the most comforting dish ever...

This easy, simplified take on the NOLA classic captures the signature goes from pantry to dinner table in less than 30 minutes....

 2020-09-26 10:00 

Monterey Herald

Horoscopes Sept. 26, 2020: Serena Williams, it's time to turn your ideas and promises into something concrete...

Aries, discussions will stir up emotions....

 2020-09-25 22:23 

Monterey Herald

Klay Thompson practices with Warriors for first time since ACL injury...

Klay Thompson practiced with the Warriors for the first time Friday since he tore his left ACL in Game 6 of the 2019 NBA Finals....

 2020-09-25 21:45 

Monterey Herald

John Saar left an indelible mark on the Monterey Peninsula real estate business and those who knew him...

MONTEREY A long-standing figure in the local real estate business was recently felled by illness, but John Saar left his mark not just on the industry of which he was a part, but on the people who knew him. "If you were asked if you had ever met John ...

 2020-09-25 21:29 

Monterey Herald

Petition launched to overturn Pacific Grove's cannabis law...

PACIFIC GROVE — Within days of elected officials in Pacific Grove green-lighting a retail cannabis store in the city, a notice of referendum has been filed that could take the hot-button issue to voters. The City Council in the coastal community of ...

 2020-09-25 21:18 

Monterey Herald

Illicit cannabis market remains active in Monterey County...

A thriving, heavily armed black market for cannabis is still operating despite a burgeoning legal industry in Monterey County, according to reporting from the Sheriff's Office Marijuana Enforcement Team. In the past two years, including all of 2019 an...

 2020-09-25 16:50 

Monterey Herald

Coronavirus: Some of California's lowest rates remain in Bay Area, but other parts of the state are catching up...

Even when accounting for population — LA's 10 million vs. the Bay's 8 million — there were about 36% more deaths and 39% more cases per-capita in the past week in Los Angeles County. However, that discrepancy has shrunk from rates in L...

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