Recreation & Sports
Corissa King was 2017 Miss San Benito Rodeo.
Event at St. Francis Retreat promotes the history of the vaquero style.
San Juan Bautista Pickleball Club held court grand opening with hopes to increase popularity for sport that's a mix tennis, table tennis and badminton.
Instructor earned the award because of his work with his Hollister-based martial arts studio and his work in the community.
Coming in at the top three competitors of their age group (13-14), they qualified to compete in the semi-finals at AT&T Park on June 3.
Organizers schedule bike event in San Benito County for October 20.
Fremont Peak opens its conservatory to the public to learn about the star, suns, planets, and more. Evening programs are offered three Saturdays a month.
Local basketball team was chosen to represent Northern California in Special Olympics. They took advantage of the opportunity to bring back a silver medal.
Winner to be named on July 19 during the opening performance.
Working specifically with young children, the organization emphasizes the importance of maintaining an appreciation and practice of cultural roots with new generations.
As winners of the Central California State Tournament, the team will go on to compete in the Western Regional Tournament in Surprise, Arizona in late July.
Local businessman Mike Corbin and Florida promoter want to partner with local nonprofit for 2019 motorcycle rally, hoping city council will change position and approve it.
To qualify for the National High School Finals Rodeo in Wyoming, contestants were required to compete at the state level.
Moving forward, both teams will compete for state titles on Friday, July 6. Other districts in the tournament include Salma, Hanford, Madera, and Lompoc.