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Leadership MH honors resident with prestigious accolade

Leadership MH honors resident with prestigious accoladeDana Ditmore involved with groups promoting education, healthy children Published in the Jan. 21 – Feb. 3, 2015 issue of Morgan Hill Life By Marty Cheek Dana Ditmore was relaxing at his Morgan Hill [more]

Nonprofit profile: Girls gain confidence, friends in Spirit of MH softball games

Nonprofit profile: Girls gain confidence, friends in Spirit of MH softball gamesAthletes range in age from 4 to 18 Published in the Jan. 21 – Feb. 3, 2015 issue of Morgan Hill Life By Marty Cheek On a foggy Saturday on the ball fields [more]

Editorial: Best option is to sell Saint Louise to Prime Healthcare

Editorial: Best option is to sell Saint Louise to Prime HealthcarePublished in the Jan. 21 – Feb. 3, 2015 issue of Morgan Hill Life For a quarter of a century, Saint Louise Regional Hospital has operated in South County, the only [more]

150 years of history goes into making fine Hecker Pass wines

150 years of history goes into making fine Hecker Pass winesMario and Carlo Fortino operate the family winery Published in the Jan. 21 – Feb. 3, 2015 issue of Morgan Hill Life By Robert Airoldi The quality of Hecker Pass Winery’s wines is [more]

Beach Hut Deli owner was first a customer, loved sandwiches

Beach Hut Deli owner was first a customer, loved sandwichesOwner Debbie Quarles says she’s ‘sandwich crazy’ Published in the Jan. 21 – Feb. 3, 2015 issue of Morgan Hill Life By Staff Report Debbie Quarles admits that’s she’s “sandwich crazy.” The owner [more]

Senior profile – John Cary: Local homeless veteran remains positive despite many life setbacks

Senior profile – John Cary: Local homeless veteran remains positive despite many life setbacksJohn Cary does odd jobs for merchants, volunteers for local events Published in the Jan. 21 – Feb. 3, 2015 issue of Morgan Hill Life By Robert Airoldi John Cary has seen more [more]

Q&A with Bill Monning: Senator working to reduce flooding, protecting local environment

Q&A with Bill Monning: Senator working to reduce flooding, protecting local environmentBill Monning elected the Senate Majority Leader Published in the Jan. 21 – Feb. 3, 2015 issue of Morgan Hill Life By Staff Report Bill Monning represents Morgan Hill in the California State [more]

Teen takes music competition, will play with symphony in March

Teen takes music competition, will play with symphony in MarchElena Ariza, 16, earns chance to play with South Valley Symphony Published in the Jan. 21 – Feb. 3, 2015 issue of Morgan Hill Life By Staff Report The sweet sounds of classical [more]


 

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 Check out the stories in Life’s Jan. 21 – Feb. 3, 2015 issue

Photo by Marty Cheek Cellist Elena Ariza will perform with the South Valley Symphony March 7. 

 

 

Photo by Marty Cheek Above: A pedestrian walks under the Granada Theater’s iconic marquee. The downtown theater underwent a restoration in 2014 that was organized by the Morgan Hill Granada Preservation Society.

 

 

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Leadership MH honors resident with prestigious accolade

Nonprofit profile: Girls gain confidence, friends in Spirit of MH softball games

Guest column by Karen Lengfield: Morgan Hill Senior Center under new leadership

Editorial: Best option is to sell Saint Louise to Prime Healthcare

Around Town with Robert Airoldi: Sad to see the old El Capri building demolished, but it’s about time

2015 Leadership MH class excited to begin 9-month journey

Ivy League Consulting sponsors chamber breakfast

Chamber wity John Horner: Linked Ed for business and schools together

Youth Voices: P.A. Walsh students learn the craft of writing; leads to love of writing

Morgan Hill Calendar of Events – January 21, 2015 issue

Pet Talk: Your veterinarian can help you determine why your pet is in pain

Hike with Mike: Explore nature hiking the Coyote Canal and Wildlife Corridor

Music in the Air with Mark Fenichel: The Houserockers band still going strong after all these years

150 years of history goes into making fine Hecker Pass wines

Beach Hut Deli owner was first a customer, loved sandwiches

Senior profile – John Cary: Local homeless veteran remains positive despite many life setbacks

The Bigger Picture with Marty Cheek: Alan Turing during World II built foundation for computer science

Q&A with Bill Monning: Senator working to reduce flooding, protecting local environment

Teen takes music competition, will play with symphony in March

Business profile – Anrtisu: MH’s largest private employer quietly goes about its business

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2015 Leadership MH class excited to begin 9-month journey

Chamber wity John Horner: Linked Ed for business and schools together

Hike with Mike: Explore nature hiking the Coyote Canal and Wildlife Corridor

Teen takes music competition, will play with symphony in March

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150 years of history goes into making fine Hecker Pass wines

Beach Hut Deli owner was first a customer, loved sandwiches

New SCVWA president aims to develop brand of valley’s wines

Photo op: Downtown Morgan Hill rings in 2015 with cheers, music and good wishes

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Leadership MH honors resident with prestigious accolade

Ivy League Consulting sponsors chamber breakfast

Chamber wity John Horner: Linked Ed for business and schools together

Q&A with Bill Monning: Senator working to reduce flooding, protecting local environment

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Nonprofit profile: Girls gain confidence, friends in Spirit of MH softball games

Morgan Hill Calendar of Events – January 21, 2015 issue

Hike with Mike: Explore nature hiking the Coyote Canal and Wildlife Corridor

Theater Fun performers take audience down the Yellow Brick Road to Oz

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Guest column by Karen Lengfield: Morgan Hill Senior Center under new leadership

Editorial: Best option is to sell Saint Louise to Prime Healthcare

Around Town with Robert Airoldi: Sad to see the old El Capri building demolished, but it’s about time

Chamber wity John Horner: Linked Ed for business and schools together

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Leadership MH honors resident with prestigious accolade

Photo op: The Taste of Morgan Hill brings food fans to downtown

Dog agility world championships coming to Morgan Hill’s OSC

Hike with Mike: Explore the beautiful Gilroy Yamato Hot Springs Resort site

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Nonprofit profile: Girls gain confidence, friends in Spirit of MH softball games

Around Town with Robert Airoldi: Sad to see the old El Capri building demolished, but it’s about time

Morgan Hill Calendar of Events – January 21, 2015 issue

Music in the Air with Mark Fenichel: The Houserockers band still going strong after all these years

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Pet Talk: Your veterinarian can help you determine why your pet is in pain

Hike with Mike: Explore nature hiking the Coyote Canal and Wildlife Corridor

Annual New Year’s Day hike brings nature lovers to Coyote Park

Take a hike with Mike: A view of Rosedin Park reveals the history of Anderson Reservoir

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Guest column by Karen Lengfield: Morgan Hill Senior Center under new leadership

Editorial: Best option is to sell Saint Louise to Prime Healthcare

Morgan Hill Calendar of Events – January 21, 2015 issue

Senior profile – John Cary: Local homeless veteran remains positive despite many life setbacks

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Nonprofit profile: Girls gain confidence, friends in Spirit of MH softball games

Guest column by Karen Lengfield: Morgan Hill Senior Center under new leadership

Editorial: Best option is to sell Saint Louise to Prime Healthcare

Pet Talk: Your veterinarian can help you determine why your pet is in pain

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