Published in the Sept. 2-15, 2015 issue of Morgan Hill Life

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Lead story: Current drought, possible El Niño storms worry county’s farmers

Nonprofit profile: Gilroy Compassion Center provides help, dignity for homeless

Guest Column by Kathleen M. King: Students’ school success hurt by eye-sight issues

Editorial: Share your opinion on proposed school redistricting maps

Around Town with Robert Airoldi: Morgan Hill resident to be in attendance when Pope Francis speaks in D.C.

Calendar of Events: Sept. 2 -15, 2015 edition

Junior Journalism: It’s smart to be smart, say Barrett Elementary School third-grade students

Chamber of Commerce: Annual fair stimulates high school science

Ribbon Cutting— Forever Yogurt/Bee & Tea

Senior profile: Long-time Los Paseos educator is MHUSD’s 2015 Teacher of the Year

Mario Banuelos: Latino families pass on traditions when daughters turn 15 years

Anderson Lake closed to recreation boating, unlikely to reopen this year

Dining profile: Rosy’s at the Beach’s new chef brings European flare to menu

Winery profile: Guglielmo family winemakers celebrate with guests at 24th Harvest Festival

Q&A with Rene Spring: Leadership MH board president encourages program for 2016 class

Photo Op: Have fun in the sun at Galvan Park

Music in the Air with Mark Fenichel: FNMS concerts end successfully

Business profile: Coyote Creek Golf Club upgrades courses, plans event center

Community Voices with Dorene O’Malley: Women and men need to look at bones for possible risks of fractures

El Toro, San Martin/Gwinn each get $20k for migrant preschool education

Gavilan board of trustees seeks public comments on redistricting

Community Voices with Glen Webb: MHUSD moving to restructure K-8th grade levels in 2016 school year

Your Money with Dan Newquist: Important for investors to stay calm and ride out market volatility

The Bigger Picture with Marty Cheek: ‘ARkStorm’ could devastate California as much as a major earthquake

 

 

Robert Airoldi