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Businessmen bring home-town cordiality to Morgan Hill's newest hotel

Businessmen bring home-town cordiality to Morgan Hill's newest hotelLa Quinta Inn and Suites will help enhance tourism Published in Morgan Hill October 12-25, 2016 By Marty Cheek Andrew Firestone believes that one day the South Valley with its abundance of vineyards [more]

Nonprofit profile: SVCT opens season with Disney's 'Little Mermaid Jr.' musical

Nonprofit profile: SVCT opens season with Disney's 'Little Mermaid Jr.' musicalPlay performed by 46 children and teens from Gilroy and Morgan Hill Published in Morgan Hill October 12-25, 2016 By Staff Report At a dress rehearsal last week, Emily Pember said she felt [more]

Guest column by Majhon Phillips: Music can help children develop creative thinking

Guest column by Majhon Phillips: Music can help children develop creative thinkingLearning the 'language' of music is all about connecting with others Published in Morgan Hill October 12-25, 2016 By Majhon Phillips Music is a powerful communication tool for us all. Its emotional qualities can make [more]

Main story: MH, Gilroy residents will have a chance to frame future growth

Main story: MH, Gilroy residents will have a chance to frame future growthMeasure S and Measure H are on Nov. 8 ballot Published in Morgan Hill October 12-25, 2016 By Marty Cheek With concerns about how a growing population will impact the region's quality of [more]

Around Town . . . with Robert Airoldi: Two local youngsters show us generosity and compassion begin at home

Around Town . . . with Robert Airoldi: Two local youngsters show us generosity and compassion begin at homePublished in Morgan Hill October 12-25, 2016 We're learning from our young residents that compassion and generosity begins at home. Two boys — 8-year-old Brandon Rios of Gilroy and seventh-grader Dylan [more]

Two South Valley men taking their hobby of brewing beer to the next level

Two South Valley men taking their hobby of brewing beer to the next levelCrowds couldn't get enough of Mad Yeti Fermentation's beers Published in Morgan Hill October 12-25, 2016 By Staff Report Just outside the doors of the Trail Dust BBQ restaurant, two South Valley men poured [more]

At-risk South Valley youth enjoy softball games and camaraderie

At-risk South Valley youth enjoy softball games and camaraderieThe tournament motivates the students to do better academically, raise grades Published in Morgan Hill October 12-25, 2016 By Staff Report At Morgan Hill's Community Park, at-risk young men and women from throughout [more]

Calendar of Events: Published in Morgan Hill October 12-25, 2016

Calendar of Events: Published in Morgan Hill October 12-25, 2016Published in Morgan Hill October 12-25, 2016 Every Tuesday Kiwanis meet regularly • The Morgan Hill Kiwanis Club meets at 7 p.m. at Mama Mia’s, 275 E. Dunne Ave. For more information, call [more]

You’ll find it all in Morgan Hill Life’s  January 4-17, 2017 issue.


 

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Nonprofit profile: Youth Alliance programs help keep local kids on the right path

GUIAS promotes positive character development Published in the October 26 – November 8, 2016 issue of Morgan Hill Life By ...
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Candidates file FPPC statements outlining donations and expenditures

Spring for city council, Arnett for school board raised the most money Published in the October 26 – November 8, ...
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Main story: MH couple volunteered to evacuate animals during Loma Fire

Most residents had plans, reducing the number of needed evacuations Published in the October 26 – November 8, 2016 issue ...
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Editorial: MH supports Edward Boss Prado Foundation’s causes

Published in the October 26 – November 8, 2016 issue of Morgan Hill Life On a road trip this summer, ...
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Guest column by Dori Prado: Living Above The Influence celebrates 10 years

Annual event aims to teach young people to overcome negativity Published in the October 26 – November 8, 2016 issue ...
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Councilman moving just after election; seat will need to be filled

Before he leaves, Gordon Siebert intends to raise a few issues with colleagues Published in the October 26 – November ...
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Your Finances . . . with Brenda Friederich: New law will require most employers offer retirement benefit packages

Published in the October 26 – November 8, 2016 issue of Morgan Hill Life By Brenda Friederich Downtown Morgan Hill ...
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Calendar of Events: October 26 – November 8, 2016 edition

Published in the October 26 – November 8, 2016 issue of Morgan Hill Life Daily Walking program • Join others ...
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Businessmen bring home-town cordiality to Morgan Hill’s newest hotel

La Quinta Inn and Suites will help enhance tourism Published in Morgan Hill October 12-25, 2016 By Marty Cheek Andrew ...
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Your Garden . . . with Cayce Hill: Plant your garlic now and it will be ready to harvest by next summer

Published in Morgan Hill October 12-25, 2016 By Cayce Hill Not everyone plants a winter garden, and some gardeners have ...
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Around Town . . . with Robert Airoldi: Morgan Hill woman's handcrafted jewelry in 'swag bag' at Golden Globes


The Bigger Picture . . . with Marty Cheek: Movie treatment's 'Manny the Manipulator' based on Donald Trump


Music in the Air . . . with Mark ‘Fenny’ Fenichel: Coffee and music a welcome combination as Coffee Guys enter the scene


Calendar: January 18 - January 31, 2017


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Main story: Farmer George Chiala, 74, worked hard for the good of others


Ron Woolf named the 2017 Chamber of Commerce Man of the Year


Senior profile... Denise Turner: After 31 years in law enforcement, nine in Gilroy, police chief retiring


Senior Profile Local senior thankful for job he had, his wife and the life he now has


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Dining profile: Newly opened Prova quickly proving to be a hit with local food fanatics


Nonprofit profile: Rebekah's Culinary Academy teaching next generation of chefs


A Veteran's Life ... with Connor Quinn: U.S. Army veteran finding success with new Running Shop and Hops


Your Wine . . . with Cindy Adams: Pairing appropriate wine with food can enhance your holiday meals


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Nonprofit profile: More than 100 local fourth graders get an opportunity to 'Shop With a Cop'


Our Lady of Guadalupe honored with procession through downtown


Toddler with rare disease serves as 2016 Holiday Parade's grand marshal


Non-profit profile: 'The Nutcracker' ballet will enchant MH families with surprises


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Residents honor deceased veterans at Wreaths Across America event


Business profile: MH's Coyote Valley Sporting Clays offers challenging shotgun courses


Calendar of Events: Published in the September 28 – October 11, 2016 edition


Take a Hike. . . with Mike Monroe: Enjoy the 'coolness' of the redwoods on a hike at Mt. Madonna County Park


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Starting the year with a county park hike to appreciate natural wonders


Wildlife Education and Rehabilitation Center . . . with Joy Joyner: Winter is great time of year to observe amphibians on local hiking trails


John Varela: Water District maintains 142 miles of pipelines to ensure water gets to local taps


Editorial: Winter is excellent time to visit Henry W. Coe State Park


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Community Voices with Diane M.G. Carini: Nonprofit seeks to help growing, aging population in the South Valley


Q&A with Jordon Herget: Saint Louise's new CEO talks improving service, health care options


Nonprofit profile: Local children in need receive free books 'to feed the mind'


Transform Your Life ... with Diana Wood: In 2017, take time to make appointment with person you see in mirror


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