As of the afternoon of Thursday, March 12, the San Benito County Public Health Department is not recommending closing school.
Classes will meet as usual on March 13, March 16 and March 17 so that faculty can instruct students in the use of the online format. Lecture classes will be transitioned into fully online format by March 18.
Ag organization expects to bring event back to Bolado Park next year.
Around 1,000 racers compete at Lazy Bumb Hare Scramble in Paicines.
An investigation was initiated following complaints that a Safeway employee said the pricing was due to a past litigation settlement that required Safeway to price fuel at the community average.
District says program has led to improvements including having 8% of kindergarten students being below grade level literacy, 77% are within and 15% are above grade level.
San Benito County Superior Court Judge Patrick Palacios was the deputy district attorney on another felony case involving the same defendant.