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The new county homeless shelter is on track to be done by November, Health and Human Services Director James Rydingsword said this week.Rydingsword gave an update on homeless services at a county board meeting Tuesday and talked about upcoming...
Brennan Ventura and Connor Champion have known each other for five years. They played on the same club basketball team before making the transition to volleyball upon entering high school. It’s a journey that keeps on getting better, as...
From the young underclassmen who have displayed potential to the positive leadership of the seniors, the San Benito High girls swim team has produced another solid season. Barring a breakthrough, the Haybalers will wrap up their season in the...
A PV2 Energy representative addressed speculation about downsizing the Panoche Valley Solar Farm project at a county meeting Tuesday.PV2 Energy, the corporation constructing the solar farm, has secured approximately 26,000 acres for the project, with around 3,200 acres being...
While California takes steps toward saving the environment, restaurants need to catch up.Walk out of a restaurant with leftovers and you’re likely carrying styrofoam containers with plastic utensils and straws. All of which could end up in a landfill...
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Rain-soaked lane gets some love

County Interim Director of Transportation Larry Perlin addressed the state of Lovers Lane and other county roads during a Tuesday meeting.Perlin is one of two hired consultants, the other being James Walgren, to oversee the county’s Resource Management Agency...
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Jack is back on track

After playing two years of volleyball, Jack Breger was ready for a change. The San Benito High junior decided to compete for the track...

Soto no stranger to adversity

Alex Soto could only watch helplessly from his home as paramedics attempted to revive his nephew, Andres Real, on April 15. Real, a 4...

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Rural Living

Labor shortage on farms leaves industry scrambling

California might be leaving one drought behind, but there’s another affecting San Benito County: labor shortage in agriculture.San Benito County Farm Bureau Board Member...
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