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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 7 May 2010

The 3-year-old colt will run on just two weeks’ rest in next Sat- The Eclipse Award winning trainer likes to give his horses at least five weeks off between races. Super Saver’s win the Kentucky Derby, however, hasn’t left Pletcher much choice. HORSE RACING Todd Pletcher is breaking one of his own rules in pursuit of a Triple Crown. MOTOR SPORTS Michael Schumacher has no regrets over his decision to return to Formula One, although the sev-en-time champion is pleading for patience as he continues to come to grips with his Mercedes car after a three-year absence from the sport. San Francisco San Diego Colorado Arizona Los Angeles St. Louis Cincinnati Pittsburgh Chicago Milwaukee Houston Philadelphia New York Washington Florida Atlanta Florida National League Giants 6, Marlins 3 San Francisco ab r h bi ab r h bi Rownd cf 4 1 2 2 Coghln lf 4 0 1 0 Renteri ss 1 0 0 0 GSnchz 1b 3 0 0 0 MDwns ph-2b 1 0 0 1 HRmrz ss 2 1 1 1 Sandovl 3b 4 0 0 0 Cantu 3b 4 0 0 0 BMolin c 4 0 1 0 Uggla 2b 2 1 1...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 7 May 2010

TODAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY Mostly sunny. 70° 45° 67° 45° 60° 46° 71° 43° 66° 44° San Jose 70/48 73/49 Redding 0.00 Boulder Creek 69/40 Partly sunny and „, . j Breezy in the a.m.; I . ( breezy. Increasingly windy. | m0 stly cloudy 1 Sunshine and breezy -J ■ . >, 64/42^ />" S,. Los Armeies / I 7 ] . \-r~ / < EIPaso I f \ 90/64 lNS \_ .— . Houston \ \ ,§6/71 L \ , Miami V \ ,^90/73 ) "f 7 Billings-H Minneapolis / 48/29 48/37'p . —,—Denver! I 54/31 I ■cSgown are noon positions of weather systems and precipitator Temperature bands are today's highs. NATIONAL FORECAST National Extremes (yesterday for the 48 contiguous states) High: 104, Pecos, TX. Low: 9, Pahaska, WY Fronts V iC- Lake Tahoe Sacramento 58/29 ;,' 77/46 . - 76/44 ;>■-■// g oo 0.00 •'—?»K Bonny Doon ~ 67/44 " 70/42 Swanton -• 64/43 Scotts Valley* 72/42 Ben Lomontl 72/42 >. ">* J a " 71/44 « NA/N T A 72/43 a #^>k Davenport 69/44 NA/NA Fresno...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 8 May 2010

SERVING COUNTY G R AY W H A L E A N D H E R C A L F E X P L O R E WAT E R S J U S T O F F M A I N B E A C H WWW. SANTACRUZSENTINEL. UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL A Whale Tale Independent spending fuels race for Assembly JUNE 8 PRIMARY Tens of thousands of dollars spent in support of Barnes, Alejo By DONNA JONES djones@ santacruzsentinel. com DAN COYRO/ SENTINEL A mother gray whale escorts her young calf away from the surf line off Main Beach and the San Lorenzo River mouth Friday. By ALIA WILSON awilson@ santacruzsentinel. com ALEJO - ESS BARNES WATSONVILLE — While new dollars have flowed into the campaigns of Watsonville Mayor Luis Alejo and Salinas Councilwoman Janet Barnes in recent weeks, both candidates in the 28th Assembly District race also have benefited from spending by independent expenditure committees. Barnes and Alejo are the front-runners in the three-way Democratic race, which also includes Francisco Dominguez, president of the Gilroy school board. Since April 22, the Safe Ne...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 8 May 2010

1: Three Scotts Valley High students arrested after guns are stolen 2: A message of hope and thanks in downtown Santa Cruz 3: Santa Cruz transportation leaders vote to buy Union Pacifi c line 4: Meza makes Mexican national women’s soccer team 5: Downtown Santa Cruz drum circle encounters trouble after farmers market expansion $ 20,000, California Medical Association $ 10,000, California Forestry Foundation $ 25,000, California State Pipe Trades Council Political Action Fund $ 22,000, BNSF Railway Co. VOTING FOR A NEW CALIFORNIA $ 50,000, California Dental PAC $ 50,000, Walmart $ 50,000, The Zenith $ 25,000, Philip Morris USA Inc. $ 117,070, Safe Neighborhoods and Better Schools coalition, major funding from EdVoice and California Farm Bureau $ 16,265, California Apartment Association PAC $ 7,000, California Farm Bureau Farm PAC BACKING JANET BARNES BACKING LUIS ALEJO $ 30,764, Voters for a New California, major funding from Voting for a New California ■ Anna Tsing, an anthropology p...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 8 May 2010

ROWLAND & PAT REBELE • GLENWOOD EQUESTRIAN CENTER SYMPHONY LEAGUE OF SANTA CRUZ COUNTY Season Media Sponsor SanlaCruzWeeklv Edward Cullen is, of course, a vampire. His girlfriend? Bella, a common nickname for Isabella. Jacob is another character in the stories, but Jacob’s rule at the top started well before the first“ Twilight” book was published in 2005. Edward Cullen is one of the lead characters. Edward moved up 11 spots, to No. 137 on the list, and Cullen was the biggest riser among boys’ names, up 297 spots to No. 485. — match the popular“ Twilight” series of books and movies about teen romance and vampires. “People seem to be a little bit more creative, inventive and flexible with their daughters’ names,” said Social Security Commissioner Michael J. Astrue. “With boys, I think we tend to be a little bit more consistent. The names don’t change quite as much.” A little more than 22,000 girls born in 2009 were named Isabella, followed by Emma, Olivia, Sophia and Ava....

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 8 May 2010

ANDY BARRON/ RENO GAZETTE-JOURNAL A man in a chicken costume poses in front of Sue Lowden's campaign office in Reno, Nev., with a sign that reads ‘ Chickens for Check-ups.’ Suddenly Nevada politics is all about chickens, bad news for the Republican Senate front-runner but a ray of hope for struggling Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid. L a s t mo n t h , Gr a h am threatened to withhold his support for the climate and energy legislation because he was angry that Democrats said they would take up a rewrite of immigration policy. “We look forward to ... passing the legislation with the support of Senator Graham and other Republicans, Democrats and independents this year,” they said. lation. They cited a growing and unprecedented bipartisan coalition from the business, national security, faith and environmental communities in support of the legis- “We are more encouraged today that we can secure the necessary votes to pass this legislation this year in part because the last ( few) wee...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 8 May 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 8 May 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 8 May 2010

J F 1,800 M AM J F 1,110.88 High 10,579.12 Low 10,241.23 Pet. change from previous: -2.33% Pet. change from previous: -1.33% SATURDAY May 8, 2010 High 2,330.65 Low 2,228.06 Pet. change from previous: -1.53% WWW. SANTACRUZSENTINEL. COM High 1,135.13 Low 1,094.15 Bay Federal volunteers honored S A N J U A N B A U T I S TA Package wins marketing award By JONDI GUMZ jgumz@ santacruzsentinel. com CONTRIBUTED PHOTO Bay Federal Credit Union staff show off governor’s medal for volunteer service: From left, Angelica Reyes, Tonée Picard, Carrie Birkhofer and Laura Owen. Introduced in July, the 100 percent post-consum-er recycled polyethylene terephthalate plastic clamshell was a first for the fresh-cut salad industry. It requires less energy and water to produce than virgin plastic and generates fewer greenhouse gas emissions and less solid waste. It also creates a demand for recycled plastic. The Edison Awards are the Oscars of marketing, voted on by the 2,000 members of the nonprofit Market...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 8 May 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 8 May 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 8 May 2010

Sacramento Bee DAN May Day comes back from the dead LAINA Sacred cows fi nally get critical eye A s the fiscal travails of California’s state and local governments grow more acute, hitherto sacrosanct — or ignored — governmental sectors have found themselves under intensifying scrutiny. An obvious example is the array of state and local government pension funds. Local governments, cities mostly, have issued many billions of dollars in bonds and skim about $ 5.5 billion a year off the property tax stream in redevelopment zones, supposedly to be used for civic improvements and affordable housing. The property tax skim adversely affects counties, which often oppose creating or expanding city redevelopment projects, and requires the deficit-ridden state budget to pay schools about $ 2.7 billion a year extra to offset property tax losses — in effect a state taxpayer subsidy for local projects. As they desperately try to balance the budget, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and legislators want ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 8 May 2010

bureaucrats.” As Al Gore understood when he embarked on his“ reinventing government” project for President Clinton, such an undertaking is more essential for liberals and progressives than for conservatives. Conservative ideas generally gain ground when government is discredited. But progressives who insist on and enforcing regulations different from what was done before? How is its management of the agencies different? How are its priorities different? What specific past failures is it addressing? This is what happens when government is seen as being in partnership with democratic citizens. And there’s nothing dumb about it. We need to remind ourselves that a bomb could have devastated Times Square in the absence of the most basic form of cooperation between an observant merchant and a responsible police officer. But President Obama must also press on with the defense of government he offered in his recent University of Michigan commencement address. And he has a new piece of evide...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 8 May 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 8 May 2010

SPILL Continued from A1 •J Lie. No. FD799 Clara Mendoza THE COUCH POTATO 3131-B SOQUEL DRIVE BEHIND SWEETS IN THE NUDE Armless Queen $ 1095 69" long– Great for spare rooms JEFFREY C. MEZE SR. The launch of the Marin Clean Energy program is a closely watched experiment in“ community choice aggregation,” a system in which municipalities buy electricity on behalf of local residents and set their own rates while traditional utilities continue to own and operate the electrical grid. The concept has been fought by Pacific Gas and Electric Co., the state’s largest utility, which says such programs could be costly to communities, exposing them to the whims of a volatile energy market. “We have found that the programs proposed to date are not economically viable and would create seri- nesses. NOVATO — California’s first public power agency launched Friday, delivering electricity to 6,000 Marin County homes and busi- “We’re being careful and cautious and watching Marin and San Francisco,” sai...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 8 May 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 8 May 2010

By ROMAIN FONSEGRIVES newsroom@ santacruzsentinel. com The city opened a new bike and pedestrian bypasses the Highway 1/ 9 intersection and connects the Tannery Arts Center with Santa Cruz. path Friday underneath Highway 1 that The 700-foot path, including a 54-foot bridge over the river, links the River Street area to the Tannery Arts Center and Harvey West area via a paved trail under the Highway 1 bridge. Officials said the primary goal is to allow cyclists and pedestrians to avoid crossing the busy intersec- “It’s a project that’s been talked about for a long time, at least 10 years,” said Chris Schneiter, assistant director for the city Public Works Department. SANTA CRUZ — Bikers, rollerskaters and walkers gathered by the San Lorenzo River on Friday to celebrate the completion of a $ 1.1 million bicycle and pedestrian underpass below Highway 1. DAN COYRO/ SEE PATH ON B3 SENTINEL CAMPUS EXPANSION ROBINSON KUNTZ/ SENTINEL Cabrillo College’s new Health and Wellness complex will c...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 8 May 2010

She told investigators Skuba called Clamp to come over after the commotion in the garage, and that Clamp advised Skuba he really needed to think about whether he wanted to do this and whether he could live with it, Wade said. The case broke when Watsonville police stopped Roberts and Skuba about 10 days later, believing they were in a stolen vehicle. After that stop, Roberts initiated conversations with police about what had happened the night Sorokin disappeared, Wade said, and everything she said was later corroborated. According to earlier testimony, Roberts, who had a daily drug and alcohol habit, cleaned up blood in the garage, took some of the 10 or so pounds of stolen marijuana and prevented her father from calling 911. She also faces charges she tried to use Sorokin’s credit card. dictory stuff, but nothing shows there was a kidnap,” Stevens said. “There was a lot of ugly stuff and a lot of contra- Almquist said he believed Sorokin was not dead when he was put in the truck, ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 8 May 2010

James couldn’t say how many people use the 183acre park each year. But “It’s a well-used site,” James said. she said reservations for ball fields and picnics alone account for about 27,000 visitors. Bradley Elementary School also uses the park for after-school programs. It couldn’t be done with- James said. The project replaces an aging single piece of play equipment with two play structures — one for the 2-5 age group, the other for kids aged 5-12 — and four new swings, said park planner Cristina James. A new pathway also is being built. The project brings the playground up to current safety standards and “increases the play value,” On Friday, volunteers f r om t h e Wa t s o n v i l l e Home Depot joined workers from McMahon Construction to build a new playground. WATSONVILLE — Thousands of people visit Pinto Lake County Park each year. For the youngest visitors, there’s a treat in store. CABRILLO It’s possible an applica- “Any claim about our employee we take seriously,” East res...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 8 May 2010

■Hi m Saturday faith series enrolling Suggested donation is $ 5. Visit www. skateandrock. com or www.vintagechurchyouth. com. Skate and Rock is 4: 30 to 9 p. m. Thursday at Vintage Faith, 350 Mission St., Santa Cruz. Junior high and high school students are invited to a youth ministry event at Vintage Faith, where Vans skater Steve Caballero is expected to make an appearance. ALEX BRANDON/ AP Rev. Luke Nguyen splashes a boat with holy water during the annual blessing of the fl eet in Chalmette, La., last week. In years past more than 100 boats attended, but this year they had only three boats and one pirogue. ST :^j^jm§^^ “Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida — the whole coastline needs a good blessing,” she said.“ Mother Nature’s not being nice to us.” Before it was over, Nguyen had blessed a fiberglass flatboat, a 20-foot Trophy Bayliner and a tiny“ pirogue” Millie Medina, the marina manager’s wife, hopes the good luck will spread. — the traditional flat-bottomed, pointy-ended...

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