Woman missing in Boulder Creek
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Wendy Rivas
Wendy Rivas
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The Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Office is asking for help to find a missing 54-year-old woman who may need medical help in Boulder Creek.

Wendy Elizabeth Rivas, also known as "Dragonfly", was last seen at 10 p.m. Wednesday, March 3 on the 13000 block of Highway 9 in Boulder Creek wearing a purple long-sleeved shirt and purple pants. She is 5-feet, 7-inches tall and approximately 150 pounds. She has brown hair and eyes.

The Sheriff's Office says she may have an injury to her head that needs medical attention.

Anyone with information should contact the Sheriff's Office at 471-1121.
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teip
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April 08, 2013
I am so sorry for this womans family and all that know her...We need to clean up San Lorenzo Valley!

When we give free food and DO NOT DRUG TEST we bring the very people we do not want to the valley...Welfare will soon require this, so why doesnt Valley Churches?
Albinca
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April 08, 2013
Sadly, Valley churches keeps the losers and abusers in this valley...plain and simple. They get a free ride with them.
Bonnie Moore
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April 08, 2013
It's not just Valley Churches, it's Mountain Community Resources as well.

But, consider this. It's better to give free food than to give cash or grocery cards because those will be used primarily for drugs and alcohol.

How about these possibilities?

Freeloaders should work for their handout.

They should clean up their mess.

Drunk in public means they are taken to jail.

albinca
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April 08, 2013
Too bad we can't move Mt. Community Resources and Valley Churches out of our area..... trouble is...my bet is no other area would want them.
Tony Palotti
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April 08, 2013
Maybe instead of getting rid of those organizations, because they do have their good points, a better idea might be to help them become more a fix to the problem rather than being the cause of the problem.


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