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Boulder Creek National Night Out Best Yet

A note from BCBA president, Justin Acton: This year’s National Night Out was the best yet! This was a blast of an event – it might be my BC favorite! Presented by BCBA, BC Fire, and the Santa Cruz County Sheriff, Chris, Chuck, Kevin, and the Fire crew were omnipresent and every time I turned around, a

Boulder Creek Has a New Neighbor!

On Wednesday, August 9, 2017 staff from the Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office and local government joined with community members to celebrate the grand opening of the new Boulder Creek Service Center. This new center is located at 13210 Highway 9 in downtown Boulder Creek, next to the Boulder Creek Volunteer Fire Department. This year

Air and Fire   

All the earth’s elements in heart’s harmony By Julie Horner The heady scent of fragrance oils, white sage, handmade parchment, and spice filled the space, and as the door closed softly against the press of the world, a much y earned for calm settled upon a troubled heart. With natural openness, shop owner, Emelia Nahinu, rose

Is Your Vote Safe?

By Chris Finnie  There’s been a lot of media coverage lately about Russian hacking of voter rolls, and whether they could do more. Nationally The Washington Post reported that, “People connected to the Russian government tried to hack election-related computer systems in 21 states.” TIME magazine wrote “The hacking of state and local election databases

SLV Water District Updates

SLV Water District Announces Watershed Education Grants Grant Program Supports Districts Healthy Watershed Focus   BOULDER CREEK, CA – The San Lorenzo Valley Water District (SLVWD) announced it has awarded seven grants totaling $17,500 to local organizations as part of its Education Grant Program. The mission of the Education Grant Program is to provide funding

What’s Actually Happening at SLV Water?

What’s Actually Happening at SLV Water?   By Chris Finnie If you’re like me, you might have noticed some local media—social, print, and radio—accusing the San Lorenzo Valley Water District of a wide range of misconduct. But I’ve been a customer for 22 years now. I’ve found the staff to be polite and helpful, the

Horse Balm and Hard Work 

Boulder Creek Neighbors social network founded by an old-school cowboy with community at heart.   By Julie Horner   Kevin Foster and his rodeo buddy, Billy Ray Coffey, stood tall and lean in front of Jenna Sue’s, chiseled, well-tanned faces shaded by crisp cowboy hats. Both men seemed naturally compelled to greet passersby – with

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