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Dabo departure is long overdue

Mitchell Dabo is leaving the San Benito County Board of Education. At least he said three weeks ago that he would. The sooner the...

DA to ask specialist to look at Dabo case

San Benito County District Attorney Candice Hooper said she will ask a special forensic accountant to investigate possible fraud or theft by county School...

Education office recognizes teachers of the year

The San Benito County Office of Education honored “outstanding” teachers last week in the county chambers.

School administrators learn about collaboration

The San Benito County Office of Education sponsored a two-day workshop Jan. 7 and 8 at San Juan Oaks with Rick and Rebecca DuFour discussing ways to strengthen the professional learning communities in San Benito.

County official says flag lowering ‘fell off the radar’ on 9/11

Many counties and cities throughout the nation organize community events to honor those lost in the terrorist attacks 11 years ago on Sept. 11. At the very least, citizens have come to expect their local government institutions to lower American flags to half-staff.  

Nonprofit tries to ease pain for low-income students

An Oakland-based nonprofit is looking to provide backpacks full of school supplies and dental kits to children in San Benito County.

Hollister barber cuts a long career short

Greg Vasquez has been going to the same barber for 19 years, ever since his mother brought him there for his first haircut when he was a year old.

Flags at half mast to honor Wisconsin victims

San Benito County school and government buildings had their flags lowered to half staff today in honor of the victims of the tragedy in Oak Creek, Wisconsin, by executive order of President Barack Obama. The flags will be flown at half staff until sunset today.

CMAP video promotes visual and performing arts

The San Benito County Office of Education premiered a new video that will be used to promote the benefits of visual and performing arts curriculum in local schools while also unveiling a new mural in the First 5/Early Childhood Education garden at R.O. Hardin School on June 19.

Briefs: Historical Park dedicates history trail; Bornia Boys perform and more

Historical Park dedicates history trail

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