San Juan Bautista

San Juan City Council moves forward with marijuana ban

The ordinance will go to the planning commission for environmental review and a public hearing

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Christy Zepeda, Bruce W. Woolpert Algebra Academy

San Benito eighth-graders rock algebra program at Graniterock

130 students from area schools took classes, participated in field trips and learned from university professors during the intense week

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Anzar football team to host car wash fundraiser

Anzar's football team must raise money for basic costs and will host a car wash Saturday at San Juan School

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Highway 156 guardrail/resurfacing project road closures continuing

Caltrans says 24/7 lane closures will continue "for several weeks"

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A selection of instruments students can learn to play at Mission City Music.

Mission City Music opening in San Juan Bautista

The business, opening Aug. 7, will offer lessons for multiple instruments

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Many skeptical of Formula One Racetrack in San Juan

Residents voiced their concerns to city planning commission about noise, water, sewage, traffic, and land use at proposed venue, but some said the city should keep an open mind to the project

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Hwy. 156 resurfacing will close one lane near San Juan for two weeks

Lane closures will close one lane in both direction for a couple of weeks, leading to delays of up to 15 minutes

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San Juan Bautista Planning Commission to hear proposal for Formula One racetrack project

Silicon Valley developer hopes to bring racetrack, luxury hotel and condos to San Benito County. San Juan Bautista mayor says neither city nor county have infrastructure to support venture

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A morning with author Julie Morris at Luck Library

Local author shares her novel in San Juan Bautista

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Edie Littlefield Sundby lighting candles at Mission San Juan Bautista on Day 45 of her mission walk. Photos courtesy of Edie Littlefield Sundby.

The Mission Walker

In her debut memoir, "The Mission Walker: I was given three months to live...," cancer survivor, Edie Littlfield Sundby, recounts her battle with illness and the 1,600-mile journey that healed and empowered her

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New website for San Juan Bautista

Community Foundation Impact Grant award helps pay for redesign of the site

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SJB council postpones dog park decision, approves cannabis consultant

City to continue consideration of adding dog facility at Abbe Park; Victor Gomez adds another local government agency to his cannabis consultancy

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OPINION: It’s time for our community to become one

County supervisor says residents, elected officials and business owners need to collaborate and communicate for the betterment of the community

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Walking San Benito: St. Francis Loop

This is the seventh in a series of articles in which local adventurer Jim Ostdick will introduce readers to the many walking opportunities throughout San Benito County.

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St. Francis Retreat in San Juan Bautista. Photo courtesy of Karminder Brown.

SJB filmmaker produces movie about historic interfaith meeting built on peace

The meeting between Francis de Assisi and the Muslim leader, Sultan Malik al-Kamil, is the subject of a film by Michael Wolfe. A free screening of "The Sultan and the Saint" will take place at St. Francis Retreat July 18.

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Sweet Machine brings nostalgia to San Juan Bautista

San Jose family opened up shop for a soft opening last weekend at 304 3rd St.

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Flier for "Thunder Moon," Vertigo's annual, summer pop-up art show. Courtesy of Jarae Tanner.

Vertigo to host summer pop-up art show this weekend

The coffee house will feature the work of 10 local artists on Sat., July 1

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Multiple burglaries, crashes lead to arrest

Sheriff's deputies and CHP officers responded to multiple incidents allegedly stemming from the same man

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San Juan warns residents about recurrence of high nitrates in water

Pregnant women and young children advised to not drink the water; council also considers new city logo, dog park

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Studying in the Briggs Building

Registration open for Gavilan's Fall classes in San Benito County

A variety of class locations will be available in Hollister and San Juan Bautista

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