Saturday, February 24, 2018
Paine's conference room was full as guests listened to local Mariachi Juvenil performers.

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Christin Burda stands in her new flower shop, The Flower Girl, at 106 Third St., No. C.

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Peter Hellman said once LAFCO gives final approval for annexation, homes could be ready for sale by late 2019. Photos by John Chadwell.

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It has been a struggle, but Huston finally has her business firmly established downtown. Photos by John Chadwell.

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2016 Scholarship Recipents are very grateful for support from the late Fr. Larry Betrozoff

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The Gifted Games has expanded from a campus event to a regional one, now open to all children and teens with disabilities in San Benito County and the Gilroy School District.

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Founder and CEO of Future Today Institute Amy Webb gives a presentation on the future of technology in the media

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The San Juan Bautista City Council discusses tabling a hearing to remove John Hopper as chairman of the city planning commission Tuesday night at City Hall.
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Applicants present their projects and are trained on "pitch" presentations.  Photo by Leslie David

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Travis Allen, who is campaigning for governor, with San Benito county resident Jenny Bernosky, who attended the event. Photo courtesy of Rob Bernosky.
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A worker with Gomes Plasticorners Inc. applies a finishing coat of plaster to the wall of the Juan de Anza House, fronting Franklin Street in San Juan Bautista on Feb. 3.
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