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Mission is heart of San Juan Bautista

Over the past 10 years, Marcos Vizcaino has seen San Juan Bautista change. He’s watched as new families have moved in to escape the daily hustle of Silicon Valley and he’s watched businesses pop up throughout the downtown. Vizcaino’s job stays the same—to focus on...

City of history celebrates 150 years

With a history spanning more than 200 years, the city of San Juan Bautista has always found something to celebrate.  Whether it’s antiques, arts and crafts, or rib cook-offs, the community is known for coming together in enjoying what makes their town unique. And on...

Blenheim bounty

The community got its Blenheim apricot fix July 13 when Hollister-based B&R Farms held a U-Pick event in honor of its 90th anniversary. Blenheim apricots are rarely available fresh off the tree, and are mostly consumed in dried form. The Blenheim has a very...

Testing crucial for local cannabis industry

At the Hollister City Council meeting early this month, council members approved plans for a cannabis testing lab, High Sierra Analytics, that is expected to draw business from cultivators and manufacturers from multiple counties. Owners expect demand for lab services to be high, because the...

Serious flu season expected

The current influenza season is expected to be particularly severe, according to public health officials in the Southern Hemisphere. Flu activity south of the Equator offers a good indication of coming flu activity in the Northern Hemisphere. “It’s never too late to get a flu...

Region moves forward on plan to create more jobs

Jobs, jobs, jobs. That is what San Benito County leaders heard Tuesday as they adopted an economic development strategy that aims to create more local employment, fill industrial parks, attract new business to the region and train local workers to get well-paid jobs. “I really...

La Pastorela returns to stage

A bi-annual tradition returns to Mission San Juan Bautista on Nov. 24 with the longest-running presentation of El Teatro Campesino, La Pastorela, a musical retelling of the trek of the shepherds to Bethlehem for the birth of Jesus. The Nov. 24–Dec.19 pageant offers stirring action,...

A bumper crop of native seeds

Squirrels rejoice! It's a bumper crop of acorns this year and besides the delight of these fuzzy, tree climbing varmints, the good news is that they do not harm lawns and have little impact except for the nuisance of cleaning up after them. “Because of the...

King named 2017 Rodeo Queen

Corissa King took home the crown for San Benito County Rodeo Queen on Saturday at Bolado Park. King competed against three other contestants including runner-up Shaelie Askew, Ashley Galdos and Kelsee French. The rodeo is next weekend at Bolado Park. A queen has been named since...

Arts Council celebrates new veterans mural

As part of the Veterans Voices of San Benito County Project, with funding help from the California Arts Council, the local arts council has overseen a mural project on the Veterans Memorial Building in downtown Hollister. On May 19, the San Benito Arts Council...