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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 18 May 2010

budget plan governor’s wary of Offi cials COUNTY SCHOOLS By JENNIFER SQUIRES jsquires@ santacruzsentinel. com By DONNA JONES djones@ santacruzsentinel. com AUTOMAKER ON REBOUND w By JONDI GUMZ jgumz@ santacruzsentinel. com Educators say proposal to avoid more school cuts may not fl y Martinez declined to say if the operation, part of the county’s Joint Area Gang — or JAG — enforcement, unearthed new leads in Reimer’s slaying, but said sweeps like Friday’s usually net new information about criminal activity in the area that helps track gang members. “We have gang members ... who claim areas within our jurisdiction who don’t necessarily live in our jurisdiction,” Mar- tinez said. The operation focused on Santa Cruz gangs, but spread across a large swath of North County outside of city limits, police reported. Other suspected gang members were written citations for infractions, but not jailed, according to police. the suspected gang members names, ages or addresses. Two suspected gang ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 18 May 2010

For information, contact Ashish Sahni at ashish@ ucsc. edu. Four finalists for the position of UC Santa Cruz Executive Vice Chancellor and Campus Provost will hold town-hall style meetings as part of their final interview process. The position being vacated by David Kliger is responsible for the campus budget, among other duties. S A N TA C R U Z Hospitals to stage evacuation drill and is trained to assist with meter collections. “This is a fabulous and cost-saving program,” Storey said, noting that no animals have been euthanized since Capitola took over animal services from the county.“ That’s an amazing accomplishment and officer Keane is a large part of making that happen.” Capitola Mayor Sam Storey presented plaques to both Thursday at a ceremo- CAPITOLA — Detective Marquis Booth has been named the 2009 Officer of the Year for the Capitola Police Department and Community Service Officer Chad Keane has been named Civilian Employee of the Year. Keane has been with the department ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 18 May 2010

“This is an ambitious goal, but if there’s anybody that can make it happen, it’s the Rotary,” said Danny Keith, development officer at the food bank. Wildcatz induct 4 into Hall of Fame Annual ceremony recognizes alumni accomplishments Reese ■ Best Woofstock Magic Bus: Troy with Rick and ■ Weenie Bobbing Contest: Hershey with Renee ■ Best Woofstock Hippie: Lacy with Kathryn ■ Best Child and Dog Duo: Van Gough and Emo with the Conner kids ■ Best English Bulldog: Dr. Watson with Allison ■ Best French Bulldog: Sidney with Sally ■ Best Pug of the Party: Pugsley with Vanessa ■ Best Trickster: Safari with Michelle ■ Best in Show: Magic Bus arship. Aptos resident Kelli Oberto was recognized the ROP Veterinary Science Program’s most outstanding student. She was awarded a $ 500 merit schol- CONTRIBUTED PHOTO/ COASTAL DOG OWNERS' GROUP ' The Magic Bus' won best in show at Sunday’s Woofstock, a dog ■ Best Kisser: Zeplin with Peter festival organized by the Coastal Dog Owners Group. The“ Woofst...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 18 May 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 18 May 2010

Alternative-rock foursome dredg hails from Los Gatos, where the band members met as middle-schoolers. They’ve since played at the Fill- more and released four studio albums, including“ The Pariah, the Parrot, the Delusion,” dedicated in 2009 to Deftones bassist Chi Cheng. WHEN: Doors 7, show 8 p. m. DREDG WHEN: 4: 30-9 p. m. WHERE: Vintage Faith Church, 350 Mission St.. Santa Cruz COST: $ 5 donation DETAILS: 423-8770, www. skateandrock. com Vans pro Steve Caballero welcomes junior high and high schoolers to this skateboarding meetup, with a backdrop of Cali-reggae by Rootsdown. SKATE AND ROCK For more local activities, visit the Things to Do section of the Sentinel home page to search and view comprehensive listings for events, movies, restaurants and performers in the area or sign up and promote your own event. Visit http:// events. santacruzsentinel. com. Fox reveals new fall schedule By DAVID BAUDER Associated Press Emma Caulfield files for divorce magazine. The 47-year-old Moore...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 18 May 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 18 May 2010

Or maybe the San Diego Padres have an airtight scouting report on the Giants and their pitchers are following it SAN DIEGO — Maybe the Giants made a devil’s bargain for all those baseballs that Barry Bonds pounded over the palm trees at old Jack Murphy Stadium. It bears repeating: the Giants are 0-7 against the Padres and Whatever the reason, the Giants simply cannot beat their thrifty neighbors to the south. There comes a point when frustration becomes farce, but nobody was laughing after Monday night’s 3-1 loss at Petco Park. to the letter. Or maybe fish tacos enhance performance. NT?* Lancaster shines in showers winner Aussie unlikely stage MARCIO JOSE SANCHEZ/ AP Brett Lancaster, right, sprints to the fi nish line to win Stage 2 of the Tour of California in, Santa Rosa on Monday. By ELLIOTT ALMOND San Jose Mercury News STAGE 3 STAGE 2 By ELLIOTT ALMOND San Jose Mercury News Riders fi ght through rare rain and cold in Wine Country MARCIO JOSE SANCHEZ/ AP Lance Armstrong, center, ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 18 May 2010

Rosales finished Monday’s game 3-for-4 with two runs scored as he raised his season average to .263. Rosales doubled in the sixth inning on Sun- a 5-1 lead. the left field line by Rajai Davis. Davis later scored on Daric Barton’s sacrifice fly to center, giving the A’s tom of the first off Seattle starter Ryan Rowland-Smith ( 0-4) to give the A’s a 2-1 lead, and Rosales and Cust both scored in the second on a double down day against the Angels to snap an 0 for 15 skid. Prior to Monday, Rosales was hitting .176 ( 9 for 51) in May with eight walks. The production of Rosales and his teammates was more than enough for A’s starter Gio Gonzalez, who picked up his first win since May 1. Gonzalez ( 4-3) allowed three earned runs and four walks, but lasted at least seven innings for the third time in his last five starts and had four strikeouts. The A’s actually had their fifth hit of Monday’s game by the bottom of the second inning when Rosales singled to center. Third baseman Kevin Kouzman...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 18 May 2010

Continued from B7 RICK ROACH/ AP The peloton crosses the 87-year-old Stevenson Bridge from Yolo to Solano County during the second stage of the Tour of California on Monday. Few would argue anyone else in the field was more deserving of the latter award. Rabou took two months off this year to stay with his mother Kerien, who is undergoing chemotherapy treatments for brain cancer. But inclement weather has never prevented cycling from compelling drama on the ground. Monday proved no different for Thomas Rabou of the Netherlands. The Dutch cyclist won both the King of the Mountain jersey and Most Courageous Rider jersey. Race broadcaster Versus was in a much less celebratory mood. The network broadcast only about a quarter mile of the 110.1 mile-stage that began under cloudy sky and drizzle in Davis. The problem, which occurred last year during the Northern California stages, is camera operators can’t send their feeds without the help of radio frequency. They need a“ hot point” from a...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 18 May 2010

Woods has a chance to become the first player in the 150-year history of the British Open to win three times at St. Andrews, where golf’s oldest championship will be held July 15-18. GOLF Tiger Woods has added the British Open to his summer schedule. Joining Dallas, Fort Worth, San Antonio, Pacific Palisades and San Diego in indicating they would like to stage the Nov. 6-7 matches are Cleveland; the island of Hawaii; Jacksonville, Fla.; Portland, Ore.; St. Louis; and Surprise, Ariz., the U. S. Tennis Association said. TENNIS Three cities in Texas and two in California are among 11 sites that have signaled an intent to bid for the right to host the Fed Cup final between the U. S. and Italy. CYCLING Matthew Goss of Australia has won the ninth stage of the Giro 7 94414 1 00010 By DANIEL BROWN dbrown@ mercurynews. com Atlanta H R ER BB SO ( 6). DP— Los Angeles 2. LOB— Los Angeles 5, Texas 6. 2B— Kinsler ( 6), Guerrero ( 6), N. Cruz ( 6). HR— Tor. Hunter ( 5), Napoli ( 3). SB— N. Cruz ( ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 18 May 2010

“I had to buy this franchise, I had to pay for it,” he said.“ They were ripping it out of my hand, saying ‘ Thank you, we don’t want you anymore.’” The final draft was pub- The 20-page document prepared by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the National Marine Fisheries Service addresses some of the most common project concerns, including site selection, construction and operational impacts, plant discharges and intake systems. A guide to assist in planning and operating future seawater desalination plants beside the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary was released Monday. “T h e g u i d e l i n e s a r e designed to protect the sanctuary’s unique and sensitive environment, while also addressing the practical challenges surrounding water supply along the Central Coast,” said Paul Michel, sanctuary superintendent. The sanctuary stretches along 276 miles of coastline — from Rocky Point in Marin County to Cambria — and encompasses more than 6,000 square miles of...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 19 May 2010

■ Amgen race passes by UCSC peacefully, B1 MORE INSIDE By J. M. BROWN jbrown@ santacruzsentinel. com ■ Cancer survivors join Watsonville resident in Breakaway walk, A7 ■ Dave Zabriskie edges out Levi Leipheimer for a photo finish, C1 ■ Festival atmosphere draws crowds to finish line, A7 ■ Race gives old friends a chance to reconnect, A7 ■ Views of Stage 3 from start to finish, A8-A9 Tom AMC ■ Cancer survivors find deeper meaning in race, B3 \r-rrcfl t; hp IPs r Ton Tuesday’s race was the second Tour of California to roll through Santa Cruz. After two failed bids, the ers sped by, saying she loved the excitement and energy of the crowd.“ It was worth coming out for,” Burke said. Alice Burke, 41, of Santa Cruz, cheered as the rid- CAPT. STEVE CLARK, Santa Cruz police It was really cool.’ event that truly had a Santa Cruz flavor to it. ‘ I think it really showcased the city quite well. It was an The 31-year-old Zabriskie pulled ahead of threetime defending champion Levi Leipheimer, who...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 19 May 2010

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 19 May 2010

In Washington, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar appeared before Congress The company is planning to try to“ kill” the well and stop the flow by pumping heavy mud into the well shaft as early as this weekend, officials said. The images show the pipe end where a recently inserted siphon tube is pulling out an estimated 2,000 barrels of oil a day, according to BP officials. But the volume of oil gushing from the pipe appears virtually indistinguishable from that shown in footage taken a week ago. And the new video appears to show another breach in the drill pipe, closer to the wellhead. ronment were seen in new video clips that Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., posted on his website. He and Sen. Barbara Boxer, D-Calif., had pressed BP to make available the clips, taken by robot submersibles. The footage shows black, billowing clouds of oil leaking furiously from the ruptured well pipe, 5,000 feet below the surface. A graphic depiction of the seriousness of the leak and its threat to the envi- “W...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 19 May 2010

event that he had“ served in Vietnam.” It also cited several instances of media reports — apparently uncorrected by Blumenthal — that described him as a Vietnam veteran. Blumenthal underwent six months in Marine boot camp at Parris Island, S. C., and served six years in the The misstatements persisted for years even though Blumenthal is known to pore over press clips and call reporters to clarify or correct points. The Times story said Blumenthal has intimated that he suffered the mistreatment veterans received after returning from Vietnam. At a veterans event in Shelton, for example, he said,“ When we returned from Vietnam, I remember the taunts, the verbal and even physical abuse we encountered,” according to a 2008 Connecticut Post story. “On a few occasions, I have misspoken about my service and I regret that. I take full responsibility,” Blumenthal said.“ But I will not allow anyone to take a few misplaced words and impugn my record of service to our country.” Blumenthal is wid...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 19 May 2010

Increasing the vehicle license fee permanently, raising community college fees and reducing certain tax credits were among some of the other recommendations in a report issued by the Legislative Analyst’s Office. SACRAMENTO — California’s nonpartisan budget analyst told lawmakers Tuesday they should consider raising the alcohol tax and delaying corporate tax breaks to help deal with the state’s $ 19.1 billion deficit. The report also recommended making permanent a 0.5 percent state vehicle license fee increase. The analyst’s office recommended delaying those tax credits by two years, noting the state will begin to lose nearly $ 10 billion in temporary tax hikes in the 2011-12 fiscal year. Back in January, Schwarzenegger proposed delaying $ 2.4 billion in business tax credits by one year if the federal government didn’t step in with additional money. The governor backed off the plan last week. Among the possibilities was delaying corporate tax breaks given in recent years. “There are...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 19 May 2010

U. S. soldiers load dead bodies on a vehicle after a suicide attack in Kabul, Afghanistan, Tuesday that left five American troops and one Canadian dead. By ROBERT H. REID Associated Press is calm. The peace in the city, such as there is, is kept almost entirely by the Afghan police and army, with the Americans and NATO standing back. While the Taliban was quick to congratulate itself for killing the American and NATO soldiers, its statement made no mention of the dead and wounded Afghan civilians. The attack was condemned by the United Nations, NATO and the American Embassy. Earlier this month, the Taliban announced a new offensive —“ Operation Al-Fatah” or“ Victory” — which would target NATO forces, foreign diplomats and others. A U. S. statement said seven insurgents had been killed so far during the“ ongoing attack” on Bagram, which included rockets, small arms and grenades. Five service members have been wounded, the statement said without specifying whether they were Americans....

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 19 May 2010

IT""* 1 ' * ing she was just one of four Breakaway champions in the state. On the 10-year anniversary of her diagnosis, Luma and her group of 28 friends started Tutus for Tatas, selling and wearing the frilly skirts to raise awareness for the cause. Since then, she’s served as executive director of Jacob’s Heart and the Children’s Cancer Association. Luma was diagnosed with Stage IV breast cancer in 1996. She underwent nine surgeries and a chemotherapy clinical trial that cost her her breasts, hair and nails — but after a year, she was cancer-free. “I always say I’m not the owner [ of Tutus for Tatas],” said a grinning Luma after finishing the walk.“ It’s everyone’s.” Several high schools and organizations have been in touch with Luma, she said, asking permission to use the catchy slogan for their own campaigns. DAN COYRO/ SENTINEL Breakaway from Cancer champion Marilyn Luma of Watsonville presents Will Routley with the ' Most Courageous Rider' jersey. A Breakaway from Cancer champi...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 19 May 2010

4 ! a '! ' a m I, p-a o i SHMUEL THALER/ SENTINEL I i AMGEN TOUR OF CALIFORNIA I k X - m ANTHONY L. SOLIS/ SENTINEL RIGHT: Stage 3 leaders are followed closely by the Peloton as Amgen Tour of California cyclists scream through Devil’s Slide on Tuesday. SHMUEL THALER/ SENTINEL ROBINSON KUNTZ/ SENTINEL Aisha Wolff, Lily Calvert, Tate Dominguez and Eva Calvert scream as riders come around Lighthouse Point during Stage 3 of the Amgen Tour of California on Tuesday. J Riders are cheered on by the younger set as the Tour of California streaks through Davenport on Tuesday. Views of the Tour UCSC students and Sammy the Slug watch a rider from the Amgen Tour of California on Tuesday near the corner of High Street and Western Drive. — - mm . -r LEFT: The Carpenter siblings, Sophia, 5, Jonathon, 6, Hannah, 9, and Sarah, 12, stick their heads through the fence to watch the end of the Amgen Tour of California on Tuesday afternoon on Beach Street. JENN IRELAND/ SENTINEL The leader at the turn to H...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Santa Cruz Sentinel — 19 May 2010

Ill :0R r% 3 of the Amgen Tour of California on Tuesday. ROBINSON KUNTZ/ SENTINEL Onlookers cheer as cyclists ride down West Cliff Drive during Stage BILL LOVEJOY/ SENTINEL A spectator points out his favorite rider as the pack rolls down Highway 1 toward Swift Street. “It’s a great thing to showcase Santa Cruz and the beauty of Santa Cruz,” Klem said. Valerie Klem and Peg Muscato took a break from their jobs at a UC Santa Cruz extension office to cheer the riders. They walked to a vantage spot on Mission Street. “We came to follow the tour. This is our last stop before heading home,” Carducci, 37, said.“ We’ve also been wanting to mountain bike down here, so we used the opportunity as a minivacation.” Kelly Carducci, a massage therapist from Auburn, spent Monday night at the Seaway Inn so she and her husband could watch one of her clients, rider Chris Jones of Team Type I, compete. The pair brought their mountain bikes for a ride at Wilder Ranch on Tuesday before the race. “I think ...

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