Published June 7 – June 20, 2017 issue of Morgan Hill Life

Main story: Paradise Valley students get excited about hands-on learning

Guest column by Steve Tate: Clean energy now a way of life for Morgan Hill residents

Nonprofit profile: Group saved historic Henry Miller Red Barn from demolition

Editorial: Drought may be over, but conservation is now a way of life

Nordstrom students compete in MMG’s annual kids cooking contest

Around Town . . . with Robert Airoldi: Two win needlework competition sponsored by local FastFrame shop

Record crowds at 38th Mushroom Mardi Gras

California High-Speed Rail: Promise and peril

Ribbon Cutting — Blush Boutique and Beauty Bar

Santa Clara County Board of Education member honored by CARAS

Community Voices by John Varela: Fighting floods begins in the summer with local stream maintenance

Music in the Air . . . with Mark ‘Fenny’ Fenichel: Live Oak grad returns to her hometown to perform violin at concert

Cecelia Ponzini honored by Gavilan

The Bigger Picture . . . with Marty Cheek: The focus of education should be about treating our students like future leaders

Transform Your Life . . . with Diana Wood: Remember that how you do anything is how you do everything

Morgan Hill’s Berlinski was a man who got along with everyone

Live Oak High School grad one of four finalists for National Teacher of the Year

Business profile: Children and adults revel in special events at Morgan Hill’s BookSmart

2017 Garlic Festival will be ‘Bigger, Better and Bolder’ for visitors

Entertainment: New South Valley Symphony season to kick off with special pops concert

Sports story: More than 400 athletes compete in CCS Track and Field Championships

Calendar of Events: June 7 – June 20, 2017

Robert Airoldi

Robert Airoldi

Robert Airoldi is the editor of Morgan Hill Life newspaper. If you have a story idea or an Around Town column item you want to tell him about, you can reach him at (408) 427-5865 or at
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