Native Americans on Cabrillo College and Colonialism, By Jondi Gumz • Nisene Marks: Applause for Paved Road, By Jondi Gumz • Cabrillo College Student Exhibition 2021 • Post-Covid Summer: Camps, Outdoor Events, Swim Lessons, By Jondi Gumz • Santa Cruz County Jobs • COVID Ad Campaign Focuses on Black Community • Chris Van Zanen Promoted • April 28 Public Meeting on Hwy 9 • Friends is hiring in Santa Cruz County • Santa Cruz Seeks City Manager • Santa Cruz Summer Rec • Deadline For Aptos Chamber Award Nominations Is May 21 • Student Debt Canceled • Want to Get a Peek Inside Education? • Highway 1 Big Sur to Reopen by April 30 • Caltrans Taps VR Startup to Assess Hwy 1 by Elkhorn • Sew Good!: Mask Maker in Aptos is Recognized • $478 Million Rail Plan Fails: Santa Cruz County Regional Transportation Commission Vote Tied 6-6, By Jondi Gumz • Seeking Justice for Our Sisters • Koenig Ousts Leopold’s Cycling Reps, By Jondi Gumz • Cabrillo Host Lions Club Turns 60, By Becky Steinbruner • Fire Insurance Cancellation Moratorium: SB 824 • Graduation Will Look Different This Year • When Will The Fence on Highway 1 Overpass Be Repaired? • SC County Bank Expands SBA Team • Youth in Crisis? Call for MERTY • Attorney General Alleges Brookdale Senior Living Lied to Medicare, By Jondi Gumz • New Leaf Ends Sales of Single-Use Small Bottles • When Will Aptos Village Get Its New Park?, By Jondi Gumz • State Officials Recommend Delaying Travel if Unvaccinated • Private Events To Be Allowed as of April 15 • Charlotte Mulcaster: June 1, 1945 ~ March 5, 2021 … and much more!