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Despite the large northwest swell that steamed in from the Gulf of Alaska this week, fishing remained consistent all around the Monterey Bay. Rockfish and especially lingcod are the most common prey, though a few halibut were caught last week from North Coast areas, while patches of spawning squid toward the middle shoreline of the Monterey Bay have attracted a few white sea bass.

 

There is a tender and succulent heart at the center of each specimen, but getting past its armor of prickly leaves can be daunting. How tough are those leaves? In my innocent younger years, I once tried to pulverize some artichoke leaves in my kitchen sink disposal and ended up destroying the machine in the process.

 

There is a tender and succulent heart at the center of each specimen, but getting past its armor of prickly leaves can be daunting. How tough are those leaves? In my innocent younger years, I once tried to pulverize some artichoke leaves in my kitchen sink disposal and ended up destroying the machine in the process.

 

The good news in workplace injuries and fatalities in general and in food and beverage manufacturing in particular is that rates are continuing a slow, steady decline. The bad news is that 46 food workers died last year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and another 76,900 food, beverage and tobacco workers were injured seriously enough to require time away from work.

 

From left to right, Robert Johnson of the WateReuse Association and McManus & Johnson Consulting Engineers LLC; Melissa Meeker, executive director of the WateReuse Association; Dale Huss, Ocean Mist Farms vice president of artichoke production; and Mike McCullough, recycled water program assistant with the Monterey Regional Water Pollution Control Agency, attend the One Water Innovations Gala Sept. 28. Ocean Mist Farms was honored for its water reuse partnerships by the WateReuse Association and Research Foundation in New Orleans.

 

Artichokes are the armadillos of the vegetable kingdom. There is a tender and succulent heart at the center of each specimen, but getting past its armor of prickly leaves can be daunting.

 

Salinas man pleds guilty to killing Azahel Cruz Edmundo Pulido pled guilty to two counts of murder. Check out this story on thecalifornian.com: http://bit.ly/1pholLT Edmundo "Eddie" Pulido, 23 of Salinas, has pled guilty to two counts of murder, according to Monterey County District Attorney Dean D. Flippo.

 

A Salinas man has pleaded guilty to two counts of murder for his role in two 2010 shootings, including one that killed a 6-year-old boy. Prosecutors said Edmundo Pulido, 23, was the driver of a car in which another gang member shot at rival gang members, but missed.

 

There is a tender and succulent heart at the center of each specimen, but getting past its armor of prickly leaves can be daunting. How tough are those leaves? In my innocent younger years, I once tried to pulverize some artichoke leaves in my kitchen sink disposal and ended up destroying the machine in the process.

 

There is a tender and succulent heart at the centre of each specimen, but getting past its armour of prickly leaves can be daunting. How tough are those leaves? In my innocent younger years, I once tried to pulverize some artichoke leaves in my kitchen sink disposal and ended up destroying the machine in the process.

 

Debates highlight candidates' differences Clear policy differences between candidates for Monterey County Supervisor, Dist. 2 Check out this story on thecalifornian.com: http://bit.ly/1ssbiOq U.S. Rep. Sam Farr, D-Carmel, and Ronald Paul Kabat congratulate each other after the General Election Forum on Wednesday at the National Steinbeck Center in Salinas.

 

Highway 156 toll proposal studied Castroville and Prunedale residents, predominantly, have opposed the toll project. Check out this story on thecalifornian.com: http://bit.ly/1sqP8MF In under five minutes Wednesday morning, the Transportation Agency for Monterey County breezed through discussion of a proposed toll on Highway 156 to support the long-delayed expansion project.

 

MONTEREY >> A critical preliminary water source agreement for the Monterey Regional Water Pollution Control Agency's groundwater replenishment project earned its first official thumbs-up on Monday. By a unanimous vote, the Monterey County Water Resources Agency board of directors recommended approval by the Board of Supervisors of a memorandum of understanding setting a framework for a final agreement on source water for the groundwater replenishment project and distribution of recycled water.

 

SALINAS >> Three years after Jose Cisneros' death and a week-long trial, the jury found Alberto Cortez guilty of first-degree murder and active participation in the Norteno gang Friday, according to the Monterey County District Attorney's Office. A convicted murderer, Cortez faces a minimum sentence of 50 years-to-life in prison for pulling the trigger on Cisneros in May, 2011, which led to his death.

 
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