Features

Mary and Mike Howard, owners of The Inn at Tres Pinos pose with U.S. Secreatary of Agriculture Sonny Purdue

Small Town San Benito County Restaurant Steps Up Big, Again

The Inn at Tres Pinos owners, Mary and Mike Howard, knock it out of the park with U.S. Secretary of Agriculture

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Isaiah Cota and Hailey A. Garay, couple at SBHS

Love in the Time of Smartphones

SBHS Students reflect on how smartphones have changed the traditional Valentine's Day.

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Walking San Benito: Pinnacles National Park Bacon Ranch

This is the twenty-third 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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Vietnam vet's final fight

After being diagnosed with brain cancer linked to his being exposed to Agent Orange, Raymond Soileau fought to his final breath, but the dioxin finally won, 50 years after he was exposed to it in Thailand.

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New Children’s Theater Camp Coming Summer 2018

San Benito Stage Company will be putting on its first summer camp this summer for students newly interested in the performing arts, as well as for more experienced youth actors

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Local Wedding Officiant Creates Innovative, Non-Denominational Weddings

Local poet Rachelle Escamilla uses her passion for the written word to help couples create custom wedding ceremonies

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SEEKING LOVING FOSTER HOMES FOR NORCAL BOXER RESCUE

SEEKING LOVING FOSTER HOMES FOR NORCAL BOXER RESCUE

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Jon Mansmith delights attendees at Historical Society with San Juan Bautista stories

Jon Mansmith, founder of Mansmith's BBQ Sauce and Gourmet Spices, recalls simpler, happier time, growing up in San Juan Bautista

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Search for the perfect Valentine's Day gift in San Benito County

With Valentine's Day around the corner there is something for everyone in San Benito County including dinner theater, vintage records, and the perfect treat.

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Four year SBHS soccer standout Shantay Tamez signs with Fresno State

Wednesday, Feb. 7, Shantay Tamez signed her letter of intent for Fresno State as family, friends, teammates, and coaches came to show support

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Calling Community Members to bring Bath Tubs

Calling all community members to bring Bath Tubs!

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The website will be "professional quality production and video quality."

Video oriented website created by journalist Kollin Kosmicki

Journalist and videographer Kollin Kosmicki goes live with a website that focuses on video for San Benito County residents.

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Long view to the northeast from the Chalone Trail. Photo by Jim Ostdick.

Walking San Benito: Pinnacles National Park Chalone Peak Trail

This is the twenty-second 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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Safia Bootwala (featured right) put on a community event this Saturday, Jan. 27 at the San Benito County Library to promote free programs put on by 4-H and the library.

4-H student educates the public about opportunities at SBC Free Library

Wanting to help educate the community on free-opportunities in San Benito County, local student Safia Bootwala teamed up with the San Benito County Library to put on an "Arts and Crafts and Informational Event"

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Baudelio Banuelos, Victor's grandfather. The little girl in the photo is Victor's cousin Mia Ramirez. The photo was taken in 2017. Photo courtesy Victor Sanchez

BenitoLink Junior Journalism Project: Baudelio Banuelos

Seventh grader Victor Sanchez writes about why he admires his grandfather, Baudelio Banuelos who lives in Mexico.

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Local residents purchase San Benito Gold's raw, unprocessed honey both to improve their health, as well as to use as a natural sweetener.

Local Beekeeper touts benefits of honey but the science is up for debate

Though there are many proven benefits of eating local honey, is curing allergies one of them?

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Fruit Wines: A Crowd Pleaser At Casa De Fruta

What started out as a family owned fruit stand has grown into a popular destination where customers can stop to purchase and taste wines, with fruit wines being among the favorites

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Early morning fogbank in the Laguna Creek Gorge. Photo by Jim Ostdick.

Walking San Benito: Laguna Falls Teaser

This is the twenty-first 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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Ramona Hill stands in the dance studio and performance area at Credo Studio in San Juan Bautista.

Credo Studio in San Juan Bautista celebrates its first year

Credo Studio in San Juan Bautista is a center for creativity and the arts for both youth and adults.

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After a week-long camp, students were able to perform what they learned for their families and friends. Photo courtesy of Kristy Burchard.

Final Curtain Call for Local Institution "Kids Rule"

15 years after starting Kids Rule in San Benito County, Kristy Burchard will be closing the popular summer theater camp for kids

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