West Point graduate talks about military academies.
Leave this field empty if you’re human:
Over 100,000 tons of landscaping wood chips are stored at that location.
Lack of indoor and outdoor dining making financial survival difficult.
Shoe Palace and facility supervisors are encouraged by the results.
Three deaths and 44 new cases reported, 5,003 people have tested positive, 549 are active patients, 4,408 have recovered and 46 have died; the county’s current positivity rate is 17.4%; the San Joaquin Valley Region’s ICU availability is 0%.
Restrictions implemented to protect nesting birds of prey.
Registration opens Jan. 25 and closes Feb. 26.
Opportunities range from assisting with administering the vaccine, traffic control, screening forms, conducting temperature checks and restocking supplies.
Law enforcement believe alcohol impairment may have been a factor.
Reporter Robert Eliason writes on his recovery from prostate surgery.
Arts Council recently awarded nine arts-based groups with a total of $22,700 in relief funding.
David Baumgartner writes that Orion is the brilliant central constellation in the winter evening sky.
Mary Zanger writes about how COVID-19 is impacting the community and recent zoning actions taken by the Board of Supervisors.
Frank Barragan writes that the Board of Supervisors should respect the will of the voters in regards to Measure N and Strada Verde.
John Bessa writes that San Benito High School should be considered as a location for mass vaccinations.