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Letter to the Editor

by Sarina Jade, SRV Chief of Police Recently I've noticed posters going up around town that have nothing to do with the upcoming mayor races. One poster stated "So many behind the badge should be behind bars." The other poster insinuated that cops were murderers depending on if they were in Southside or Northside. I don't know who is putting up the posters nor am I asking for help from the public. I am writing to speak on behalf of my overworked, under-appreciated, and under valued Police Force. These officers day by day put their lives on the line for the good of the city. During the recent rains, SRPD along with the SRFD and hospital worked 24/7 in helping citizens prepare for the storm a


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Haunted hang Out

Elaine Giles and Rich Preston are your average SRV teenagers. So it isn't much of a surprise they snuck out to hang out together despite Elaine being grounded. "It was a totally unfair grounding. I paid my little brother to do my chores so he should get grounded for them not getting done not me" the fifteen year old Elaine said. Fair or not the grounded Elaine snuck out of the house and headed off to the hiking trails with Rich at about eight pm last night. The two were headed to look out point. "Make out point is more like it" said Rich. "I had just gotten my hand on her boob when she started screaming." Elaine wasn't screaming about the inappropriate touching. "There was this old

Press Release: Looking for Witness

On November 9th a young reporter from the Chronicles Sara Howley went missing. On November 16th Ms Howley's body was found by Police during a search operation. "We found the body on a small sea ledge off the cliffs over on the trails. We had to call out our colleagues in the coast guard to assist in the retrieval" says Lieutenant Brentt of Santa Ramona Police Dept. "The body was positively identified on scene as that of Sara Howley, who was reported missing on 11th November. We were investigating Ms Howley's disappearance and acting on some assistance provided by the DA we went to the trails to search. It was during that search that the body was found. At this point we are treating the death

Why You Should Care About the Upcoming Race for Mayor

Politics are polarizing. Anyone that has ever experienced a race for a political seat, any seat from presidency to city council, knows you have 2 choices; pick a corner of the ring or turn off the fight and make no bets. The upcoming Mayoral race for Santa Ramona Valley is no different, two candidates will go toe to toe for your votes. So, what makes this race something to pay attention to? Frank Castle. Castle is not an unknown face to the local SRV Chronicles or at the local PD. He has been featured in several articles, including one titled “Frank’s Fury” which highlights a case against Castle for the beating of local, Zen Charisma. During the trial, the article states that Castle was quot

A Timeline to Disaster

In August at the mayoral debate the state of the dam was brought up. Both candidates assure the citizen of Santa Ramona Valley that dam repairs and upkeep was high on their list of priorities. The weekend of October 27-29, 2018 the lack of responsiveness on the part of current Mayor Ren Aquila and former Mayor Aria de Saragosa proved to be a very costly mistake. Rick, as the great storm was called by meteorologist, hit the coast right at the Santa Ramon a Valley around noon on Saturday, October 27. In the next few hours the town was not only beaten by winds but by heavy rains. By 3pm winds had reached 30mph and water levels began to rise. It was those heavy rains that flooded Pacific Ave