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November 26, 2021
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Valley Water promotes incentive programs as drought continues

Homeowners and commercial property owners who want to cut down on their outdoor water use and landscape maintenance should consider starting now or in the spring if they want to install drought-tolerant lawns, according to conservation experts. Regardless of what time of year one is...

Los Gatos High volleyball players Emily Gouldrup, Hannah Slover are Division I talents

The Los Gatos High girls volleyball team advanced all the way to the CIF NorCal Division I regional semifinals this season, utilizing a deep roster filled with talent at every position. That included senior libero Emily Gouldrup and junior utility Hannah Slover. Gouldrup recently signed...

Los Gatos water polo goalies Jackie King and Lucy Holland to play for Division I programs

Lucy Holland and Jackie King grew up playing for the same water polo teams, culminating at Los Gatos High, where they split time at goalie. Even though both were college prospects early in their high school careers, they never let their individual ambition get...

Vietnam vet addresses the ‘elephant in the room’

Clyde Horn speaks to the Kiwanis in Los Gatos
When Clyde Horn got back from Vietnam, after fighting with the infantry during the Tet Offensive, he was a changed man. But he couldn’t quite put his finger on what exactly was wrong. “I didn’t know how to define it,” he told the Kiwanis Club of...

Local Scene: Water drill, Scares for Cares results

Los Gatos Calvary Church Los Gatos/Monte Sereno CERT drill
Scares for Cares raises nearly $15K A youth-run spooky film festival shattered its $10,000 fundraising goal by raising $14,975 this year.  Created by brother-sister team Nolan and Quinn Harr, Scares for Cares encouraged youth to get creative and film hair-raising short films each October. Viewers voted...

Interfaith Thanksgiving tradition returns

Interfaith Thanksgiving
The Annual Los Gatos Thanksgiving Interfaith Service, a quarter-century-old tradition, will be held at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 15985 Rose Ave., on Nov. 18, from 7-8pm with a reception to follow.  Eight Los Gatos churches will participate. Among the speakers will...

Title town, Los Gatos: Field hockey team extends its record with 17th CCS championship

Shootouts can be a nerve-wrecking deal for everyone involved, especially when it decides the Central Coast Section championship.  That’s the predicament the Los Gatos High and St. Francis field hockey teams found themselves in after they played a scoreless 60 minutes of regulation and 20...

Top ‘Cats: Los Gatos girls run to CCS title

Confident yet humble, the Los Gatos High girls cross country team might not realize just how good of a team they are. After winning the ultra-competitive Division I race in the Central Coast Section Championships at Crystal Springs in Belmont on Nov. 13, the...

In a game for the ages, Los Gatos falls short in CCS Division I playoffs

One moment, the Los Gatos High football team was seemingly on its way to victory. The next, faces of disbelief littered the sideline.  It’s no wonder Wildcats coach Mark Krail called the 34-27 loss to Bellarmine in a Central Coast Section Division I playoff opener...

November is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month

November is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month, and Los Gatos community members have played key roles in getting the word out about the disease, helping secure critical funding for lifesaving research in the process. Eighty-two-year-old Diane Borrison, a 15-year survivor, says pancreatic cancer is one of...

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