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Search for Sierra officially stops, volunteers remain hopeful

Search for Sierra officially stops, volunteers remain hopefulSearches will begin anew if new clues to her whereabouts are brought to light Published in the April 1-14, 2015 issue of Morgan Hill Life By Marty Cheek Volunteers in the quest to [more]

Nonprofit profile: Second annual youth fair shows city values youngsters

Nonprofit profile: Second annual youth fair shows city values youngstersConference will impact our youth in a positive way Published in the April 1-14, 2015 issue of Morgan Hill Life By Marty Cheek Morgan Hill youngsters enjoy the rock wall in the community. People [more]

Editorial: Show patriotic American pride and help Freedom Fest

Editorial: Show patriotic American pride and help Freedom FestPublished in the April 1-14, 2015 issue of Morgan Hill Life Although America’s Fourth of July birthday party is three months away, a small but dedicated team of volunteers with Morgan [more]

Around Town with Robert Airoldi: Join Relay for Life to support cancer survivors and honor loved ones

Around Town with Robert Airoldi: Join Relay for Life to support cancer survivors and honor loved ones Just about everyone knows someone who has suffered from some form of cancer. Well, here’s your chance to fight back. Teams are forming now for this year’s Relay for Life. [more]

Rumour Has It Salon provides full service for beauty

Rumour Has It Salon provides full service for beautyPublished in the April 1-14, 2015 issue of Morgan Hill Life Photo by Marty Cheek Members of the Morgan Hill Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, staff and ambassadors are joined by [more]

Rotary Club recognizes outstanding students

Rotary Club recognizes outstanding studentsPublished in the April 1-14, 2015 issue of Morgan Hill Life Photo courtesy Rotary Club of Morgan Hill The Rotary Club of Morgan Hill recently honored eight local middle and high school [more]

Dining profile: Big Grill BBQ & Teriyaki offers traditional Korean cuisine

Dining profile: Big Grill BBQ & Teriyaki offers traditional Korean cuisineRestaurant offers quick lunches, dinners and catering services Published in the April 1-14, 2015 issue of Morgan Hill Life By Staff Report Big Grill BBQ & Teriyaki is a 10-year-old Morgan Hill restaurant that [more]

Senior Profile: Susan Brazelton: Retired P.E. teacher thrives taking photographs throughout the world

Senior Profile: Susan Brazelton: Retired P.E. teacher thrives taking photographs throughout the worldSusan Brazelton started photo club in 2008 Published in the April 1-14, 2015 issue of Morgan Hill Life By Robert Airoldi Susan Brazelton loves photography. The Morgan Hill resident and retired teacher has [more]

 

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Search for Sierra officially stops, volunteers remain hopeful

Nonprofit profile: Second annual youth fair shows city values youngsters

Guest column by Larry Carr: Valley economy is hot and getting hotter

Editorial: Show patriotic American pride and help Freedom Fest

Around Town with Robert Airoldi: Join Relay for Life to support cancer survivors and honor loved ones

Calendar of Events: April 1, 2015 edition

Youth Voices – Why we love to learn: Flex Academy students learn problem solving skills, win nationwide contest

Downtown with Cheri Devlin: Independent market comes downtown

Rumour Has It Salon provides full service for beauty

Rotary Club recognizes outstanding students

Dining profile: Big Grill BBQ & Teriyaki offers traditional Korean cuisine

Wine Profile: Wine Week promises a host of delicious pairing, events downtown

Music in the Air with Mark Fenichel: Chamber’s Friday night music returns to Downtown Amphitheater

Your Money with Marisa Otto: Now is a great time for you to do some financial ‘spring cleaning’

Hike with Mike: Take an enjoyable stroll down the historic El Camino Real

The Bigger Picture with Marty Cheek: Understanding the Ralph M. Brown Act is vital for all public officials

Senior Profile: Susan Brazelton: Retired P.E. teacher thrives taking photographs throughout the world

Community Law Enforcement Foundation helps MHPD keep public safe

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Nonprofit profile: Second annual youth fair shows city values youngsters

Around Town with Robert Airoldi: Join Relay for Life to support cancer survivors and honor loved ones

Rotary Club recognizes outstanding students

Senior Profile: Susan Brazelton: Retired P.E. teacher thrives taking photographs throughout the world

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Dining profile: Big Grill BBQ & Teriyaki offers traditional Korean cuisine

Dining profile: Just Breakfast is favorite downtown Morgan Hill dining institution

Wining with Cindy Adams: Passport Weekend a wonderful chance to sample local wines

Nonprofit profile: Annual wine auction raises funds for MHUSD athletic programs

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Guest column by Larry Carr: Valley economy is hot and getting hotter

Around Town with Robert Airoldi: Join Relay for Life to support cancer survivors and honor loved ones

Downtown with Cheri Devlin: Independent market comes downtown

Rumour Has It Salon provides full service for beauty

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Nonprofit profile: Second annual youth fair shows city values youngsters

Editorial: Show patriotic American pride and help Freedom Fest

Calendar of Events: April 1, 2015 edition

Rotary Club recognizes outstanding students

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Guest column by Larry Carr: Valley economy is hot and getting hotter

Around Town with Robert Airoldi: Join Relay for Life to support cancer survivors and honor loved ones

Youth Voices – Why we love to learn: Flex Academy students learn problem solving skills, win nationwide contest

Downtown with Cheri Devlin: Independent market comes downtown

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Air For Paws nonprofit raises funds to help first responders save pets

Youth Voices: YAC students learn by writing about developmental assets

Leadership MH honors resident with prestigious accolade

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

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Editorial: Show patriotic American pride and help Freedom Fest

Calendar of Events: April 1, 2015 edition

Wine Profile: Wine Week promises a host of delicious pairing, events downtown

Music in the Air with Mark Fenichel: Chamber’s Friday night music returns to Downtown Amphitheater

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Search for Sierra officially stops, volunteers remain hopeful

Calendar of Events: April 1, 2015 edition

Hike with Mike: Take an enjoyable stroll down the historic El Camino Real

After three years, family, volunteers suspend search for Sierra

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Senior profile: Morgan Hill man provided inspiration for WWII movie ‘The Frogmen’

Elder fraud discussion helps seniors avoid con artists and deal with being scammed

Senior profile: Music teacher brings joy to students, seniors and symphony fans

Senior profile: Lifelong resident, former educator, enjoying retirement to the fullest

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Community Law Enforcement Foundation helps MHPD keep public safe

Nonprofit profile: Red Cross helps people get lives back on track after disasters

Running with Paul: Annual AAUW Wildflower Run has become tradition for MH families

Pet Talk with Dr. Jeanne Haggerty-Arcay: Ear infections in your pet can be difficult to cure, for several reasons

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