Children and Youth

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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Recipients of the 2017 Latino Generations Scholarship Program. (left to right) Adriana Duran, Giovanna Flores, Ruben Sobreyra, Diana Sanchez Ruiz, Karina Rosas, Julio Salazar, Yumira Perez, Georgina Patino, and Vivian De Jesus

Latino Generations scholarship program honors youth

Apreciando el pasado ... cultivando el futuro/Appreciating the past, cultivating the future

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Lorene Ryan and Violencia and Alejandro at the Flower Farm Tour

Aromas Home and School Club greets folks on Flower and Farm Tour

The Four Winds Growers Nursery participates in the annual Flower Farm Tour with Aromas Home and School Club

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Hazel Hawkins employees raise over $14K for United Way

85 hospital employees teamed up to make a difference with United Way

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Free cybersecurity training for high school students at Gavilan College

Students at the camp will learn how to protect themselves from hackers and malware attacks

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Hollister Rotary announces 2017 scholarship award winners

$20,000 in scholarships were presented to 13 students from San Benito, Anzar and San Andreas high schools

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Hollister School District’s Google University bolsters use of technology for productivity

Program certifies educators in using technology with various classroom applications

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Library to host digital storytelling workshop

Participants on September 8 & 9 will create a short film that will be part of a statewide collection of digital stories

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San Juan Bautista to bring back fiesta on Father’s Day

Tradition rekindled at the oak grove near the mission

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Miss San Benito Rodeo 2016, Audrey Liddle, hands over the reins this weekend to the 2017 winner.

Rodeo queen to be named Saturday

One of four horsewomen from San Benito County will be selected to represent the county

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Anzar grads await for their diplomas

55 receive high school diplomas from Anzar

Grads celebrate their uniqueness during commencement

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Crēdo Studio in San Juan Bautista. Photos by Frank Perez.

Artists-writers summer workshop for students begins Monday in SJB

Beginning on Monday, June 12, Crēdo Studio and the Carl M. Luck Memorial Library will host the Artists-Writers Summer Workshop. The three-week program focuses on literacy through art

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Eye-catching circles were part of the enormous exhibit.

Art generates more art

Program features art from every Cerra Vista School student; raises money for art materials next year

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Granting dreams to local students

San Benito County LULAC celebrates 30 years of granting scholarships.

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Prevent "Summer Slide" at the San Benito Public Library

The San Benito County Free Library invites community members to participate in its annual Summer Reading Program. All events are free and registration has begun

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Youths studying guitar in a classroom setting.

Guitar teachers needed for new music education program

Two county supervisors offer financial support for program that will be free to at-risk youths ages 8 to 18

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Summer hours debut at YMCA of San Benito County

To better serve the changing community, the YMCA of San Benito County is now opening at 5 a.m. on weekdays

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San Benito High School graduates look to the future

With a theme of "Life is an Open Door," Friday morning commencement ceremony sets hundreds on a path forward

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Students that were apart of fabricating for the CTE building

Student projects featured in the new Career and Technical Education building at SBHS

Metals fabrication students created welding booths, acetylene stations, storage racks and work benches

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Sobreyra seated on the far left with his siblings Miguel, Nataly, Monica and Anthony.

Student overcomes the odds, earns full ride to U.C. Davis

Ruben Sobreyra graduates this year having earned numerous scholarships and the respect of many students and teachers at SBHS

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