Stella McMillin remembers the day a dead coyote from Santa Cruz came into her lab for testing. When the examination started, McMillin, a scientist for California Fish and Wildlife, realized the cause of the animal’s death was probably rat poison.
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When TJ Magallanes cofounded the Clean Team last fall, he never wanted the group to focus on organizing weekly cleanups, which have become the Santa Cruz coalition’s calling card.
Santa Cruz artists looking to get their projects funded now have a whole new avenue available to them, through a new program at the Tannery Arts Center called FEAST.
On paper things look good for the future of Santa Cruz’s needle exchange program, which the city basically punted to the county earlier this year, allowing county health officials to oversee the program outside city limits and come up with new regulations.
When Dotti McKnight left her job at the Shadowbrook restaurant in Capitola, she thought a commissary job at Dominican Hospital would be enough to support her and her husband. That was 2003.