A white Mazda3 4-door hatchback, 6-speed, 2.5L Eng. was taken between 8:00 p.m. 05-14-13 and 07:15 a.m. 05-15-13.
Ca. license plate: 6JZK082
The rear seats are folded forward and a gray plastic mat on a black and brown blanket is in the back cargo area with golf clubs in a black bag w/pull cart on board.
Stolen near the Junction Park last night.
If you see this car call: CHP # 831-796-2160 24 hrs. Or 831-662-0511 daytime hrs.
Sheriff # 831-471-1121
Boulder Creek Community Radio Station Begins To Take Shape
May 15, 2013, Boulder Creek, CA- San Lorenzo Valley community members began to discuss plans to obtain an FCC license that became available for a community radio station at 90.1 FM. Community members have had several meetings and are excited to purchase a transmitter, determine a transmission site, obtain a broadcast studio and begin broadcasting. Ongoing funds would be sought by obtaining local underwriters and pledge drives. The radio signal would transmit to a large part of the San Lorenzo Valley. Members feel this would be a valuable service for local schools to publicize their fundraising events, for public safety information, road closure and weather information as well as to publicize local events put on by the Boulder Creek Recreation Center and other community non-profits.
We dropped by DIO Fest (Do it Ourselves Fest) last weekend at Camp Krem and it was a wonderful event – great people, gracious hosts and unique music in a stunning, peaceful mountaintop environment. DIO fest was sold out – quite an accomplishment for an inaugural event (we’re hinting that we hope there will be more).
Upon arriving we were greeted by the organizers Jonathan LaBeaud and Andrea Combs – both really nice folks. Andrea gave us a tour of the plot and brought us up to the main stage to see the North Pacific String Band. Right before the band started we had a chat with Steve Stubblefield who also is a member of the North Pacific String Band and an organizer of this event.
The Sheriffs have finished their press conference in Felton regarding Dimitri Storm and authorities believe he is in the Santa Cruz Mountains or San Lorenzo Valley, where he grew up.
Read more at the santa Cruz Sentinel by clicking HERE.
If you see Dimitri do not try to approach him – call 911 immediately.