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"No arrests: for nobody cares." "Horse Stealing - Hardly a night passes in Pajaro that horse thieves do not visit ... [Read more]

Matt Tarpy was born in 1826 to Patrick and Bridget Tarpy in the poverty-stricken bogs of County Mayo, Ireland. The ... [Read more]

The advent of the Pajaro Property Protective Society on February 26, 1870, marked the beginning of a year long frenzy ... [Read more]

By the time the sun rose on the morning of May 3, 1877, the two bodies dangling from the Water ... [Read more]

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The rebuilding of earthquake damaged downtown Santa Cruz proceeded on Tuesday, Jan.9, 1990 with the city council's appointments to the Board of Directors for the Agency for Rebuilding Downtown Santa Cruz. There were 39 appointees altogether which included representatives of downtown businesses, city council members, community activists, and UCSC staff.

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Excerpted from Board of Directors for the Agency for Rebuilding Downtown Santa Cruz