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Name: Pete Banda
Date registered: November 17, 2010

Latest posts

  1. Eva Marie Villagran, San Benito News Scholarship Winner — May 17, 2019
  2. SBCISD considers allocating $20 million for Arts Center, Natatorium — May 17, 2019
  3. San Benito Chamber of Commerce welcomes new director — May 17, 2019
  4. School board addresses former director’s Level III Grievance — May 17, 2019
  5. Pantry in need: SB Food Pantry seeking monetary donations — May 17, 2019

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  1. Limón returns to work; tackles staffing, insurance at SBCISD — 122 comments
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  3. CHEER DRAMA: T-shirt controversy leads to physical altercation reported at SBHS pep rally — 92 comments
  4. BREAKING: Trustees recommend reinstating Janie Gonzalez — 89 comments
  5. City, SBCISD hopefuls file for candidacy — 73 comments

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May 17 2019

Eva Marie Villagran, San Benito News Scholarship Winner

By DAVID LOPEZ editor@sbnewspaper.com     In her own words, Eva Marie Villagran describes her life as one strongly shaped by her family and driven by love, integrity, and humility. Shaped primarily by her family life, Villagran stands as the oldest amongst her two younger brothers and one sister. “Growing up as the oldest sister, …

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May 17 2019

SBCISD considers allocating $20 million for Arts Center, Natatorium

By J. NOEL ESPINOZA Special to the NEWS     At a building committee meeting on Tuesday, May 7, the San Benito Consolidated Independent School District considered the allocation of $20 million for the proposed Performing Arts Center and Natatorium, two of three facilities slated to be built under a $40 million bond approved by …

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May 17 2019

San Benito Chamber of Commerce welcomes new director

By DAVID LOPEZ editor@sbnewspaper.com   Upon her arrival as the new Director for the San Benito Chamber of Commerce, Megan M. Treviño impressed members with her extensive background despite her young age. At only 27-years-old, Treviño has already accumulated 3 college degrees and held two executive career positions. She graduated Summa Cum Laude with her …

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May 17 2019

School board addresses former director’s Level III Grievance

By J. NOEL ESPINOZA Special to the NEWS     Behind closed doors, the San Benito Consolidated Independent School District decided on Tuesday not to re-employ former SBCISD Public Relations Director Celia Longoria. A closed session was held at the end of the regular school board meeting Tuesday; one of the items to be discussed …

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May 17 2019

Pantry in need: SB Food Pantry seeking monetary donations

By DAVID LOPEZ editor@sbnewspaper.com San Benito News       For 33 years, the San Benito Food Pantry has served over 5,000 area residents a month. But now, the Pantry is facing a crisis unlike President Forest Walker has seen since she has volunteered with the food pantry. “The donations have quit; the bills keep …

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May 13 2019

SBCISD administration unresponsive to the News

By J. NOEL ESPINOZA Special to the NEWS For several months San Benito Consolidated Independent School District administrators had refused to talk to the News directly about hard news concerning the running of the school district. Late last year, SBCISD Superintendent of Schools Dr. Nate Carman claimed the News had often misattributed or misquoted him. …

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May 10 2019

Sharp competitors: SB barbers compete in IRONMAN race

By ASHLEY MATHEW Special to the NEWS A daunting task lies ahead: First, one must swim 2.4 miles in Lake Woodlands, ride 112 miles on bike, and finally, run 26.2 miles to the finish line. Participants from all over the world train for months to compete in this day-long race. Chris Hernandez, Fabian Rico, and …

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May 10 2019

City passes ‘Vendor Permit’ ordinance

By DAVID LOPEZ editor@sbnewspaper.com During Tuesday night’s regular city meeting, commissioners voted to pass an ordinance requiring all food vendors to apply for a “Vendor Permit.” Food vendors in the ordinance include mobile food, street peddlers, door to door salesmen, non-profit, and special events, among others. The most discussed amongst commissioners and the public, however, …

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May 10 2019

Bumpy Road: Update on the Railroad Avenue potholes

  By DAVID LOPEZ editor@sbnewspaper.com According to residents of Railroad Avenue, the potholes have become craters. Railroad Avenue in San Benito has gained media attention over the immense potholes that have disturbed the daily lives of its residents, presenting various challenges, including preventing garbage trucks from entering and presenting a potential danger in emergency situations. …

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May 03 2019

Faith Based Aid: Judah’s House helps women in need

By DAVID LOPEZ editor@sbnewspaper.com “Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.” Such were the words of Jesus of Nazareth, providing an example of how to serve those in need. Currently, following such an example is Judah’s House, a fairly new women’s shelter in San Benito, …

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