A torrent of mass shootings in the country has made school violence seem commonplace, but any violence involving children remains shocking. Monterey County got its own shock on Monday, March 5, when a 12-year-old boy stabbed another 12-year-old boy at North Monterey County Middle School in Castroville.
A student was arrested this morning at a middle school in the unincorporated Monterey County community of Castroville on suspicion of stabbing another student, sheriff's officials said. A message about the stabbing was posted on Facebook by the sheriff's office at 9:05 a.m. and officials said the stabbing occurred at North Monterey County Middle School at 10301 Seymour St. The school was locked down as a result of the incident.
Castroville school on lockdown after stabbing Authorities don't believe any other students are in danger. Check out this story on thecalifornian.com: https://www.thecalifornian.com/story/news/2018/03/05/castroville-school-lockdown-after-stabbing/395632002/ North Monterey County Middle School is on lockdown after a juvenile was stabbed there, according to the Monterey County Sheriff's Office.
The choke burger comes with all the classic components - onion, lettuce, tomato and Swiss - plus smooth garlic-flavored aioli and tender strips of artichoke. When I first moved to Monterey a year and a half ago, it only took a few weeks of exploring before I realized I'm now neighbors with the "artichoke capital of the world," or at least that's what the sign says in Castroville.
Illegal dumping of trash on rural roads is a growing problem for Monterey County growers in more ways than one. Robert Rodoni of Sunset Farms experiences it first-hand, watching a seemingly endless stream of mattresses, car seats, household items and construction debris appear alongside his fields near Moss Landing and Castroville.
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