STUDENTS FROM SAN LORENZO VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL PARTICIPATE IN 2015 SANTA CRUZ FORESTRY CHALLENGE

Boulder Creek, CA — Eight students from San Lorenzo Valley High School participated recently in the 2015 Santa Cruz Forestry Challenge, one group of a total of over 90 high school students from 11 schools from the Santa Cruz and central California region.  The event was held at Redwood Christian Park, near Boulder Creek, California.  One of … More STUDENTS FROM SAN LORENZO VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL PARTICIPATE IN 2015 SANTA CRUZ FORESTRY CHALLENGE

Sitting down with Raneem Zaghlouleh, a local victim of the Syrian Refugee crisis

More than 4 million Syrian refugees, half of them children, have had to flee their home country amidst a civil war and find a new life in a new part of the world. Most of the refugees have been taken in by Turkey, Lebanon, and Jordan. More the 700,000 immigrants have risked their lives traveling … More Sitting down with Raneem Zaghlouleh, a local victim of the Syrian Refugee crisis

Santa Cruz Land Trust plans wildlife crossing

In the last seven years, fourteen mountain lions have been hit and killed while crossing Highway 17, in addition to numerous coyotes, bobcats, foxes, raccoons, skunks, and deer. In fact, according to Santa Cruz Sentinel, wildlife deaths are far more frequent on Highway 17 than other highways and freeways. As a result, the Land Trust … More Santa Cruz Land Trust plans wildlife crossing

Local Haunted Houses

With Halloween just around the corner, we start to see mountains of candy and cheap costumes being advertised everywhere. We assume the ghosts and goblins of Halloween are nothing but a fairy tale, but there is indeed are very real spirits right here in Santa Cruz County. It may sound like fun to dapple in the … More Local Haunted Houses