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Monterey Herald Reporters Plan to Go On Byline Strikenew

The one-day byline strike was planned by members of the Pacific Media Workers Guild, who say they've been in stalled contract negotiations for months.
Monterey County Weekly  |  Sara Rubin  |  08-22-2014  |  Media

A Higher Ordernew

Monterey County Weekly is seeking full disclosure of documents in the case of Edward Fitz-Henry, a Catholic priest accused – but never convicted – of child molestation.
Monterey County Weekly  |  Mary Duan and Sara Rubin  |  09-12-2013  |  Features

Panetta: Drones are here to stay, get used to itnew

Leon Panetta reflects on drones, Congress and women warriors after retiring to Carmel Valley.
Monterey County Weekly  |  Sara Rubin  |  04-04-2013  |  Policy Issues

Gilbert's Kidsnew

Gilbert Olivares, a popular counselor at Salinas High School, faces dozens of sex-related charges, including manufacturing child pornography and molestation. The case is built on an astounding number of what-ifs.
Monterey County Weekly  |  Sara Rubin, Nic Coury and Mary Duan  |  05-25-2012  |  Crime & Justice

Chasing the Ghostnew

Salinas Valley farmers are trying to become the first in the Western Hemisphere to commercialize the world's hottest pepper. Turns out the Bhut Jolokia—or ghost pepper—is a fickle little hottie,
Monterey County Weekly  |  Sara Rubin  |  10-24-2011  |  Features

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