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Stew art Fuller told the Monterey County Herald on July 24 that the credit union was seeking a commercial bank charter and that the initial conversion to a mutual bank charter was only the first step in a two-step process.
Coastside changes: At Digital First Media/California Newspapers Partnership's Santa Cruz Sentinel on Northern California's coast, Gary Omernick has been named publisher; he remains publisher of the company's nearby Monterey County Herald, a job he's held since 2007.
AP Photo/ Monterey County Herald, David Royal) SPACE This computer graphic provided by NASA shows space junk in Earth's orbit that has made such a mess experts say we may need to finally think about cleaning it up.
Garcia, 53, comes to the Daily News after five years as executive editor of The Monterey County Herald.
3) Tim Johnson, The Selected Poetry of Robinson Jeffers (palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2001), 379; Francis McComas, quoted in Clark, Monterey County Place Names, 407; Monterey County Herald, November 22, 1904; Raymond F.
Royal Calkins, editorial page editor, The Monterey County Herald, California
On March 14, 2007, an item published in the Monterey County Herald announced that another new drug has been approved by the FDA and is being promoted for advanced breast cancer.
Hearst is buying two of the Knight Ridder papers, the Pioneer Press and the Monterey County Herald.