OPINION: Executive privilege or whistleblower protection: To leak or not to leak? That is the question.

President Trump and his administration learned nothing from Nixon's Watergate scandal. Which is worse: leaks or executive branch obstruction of justice? The Supreme Court supports the free press


Walking San Benito: On a Mission

This is the third in a series of articles in which local adventurer Jim Ostdick will introduce readers to the many walking opportunities throughout San Benito County

Kate Woods plays violin with Cindy Reifler-Flores

Journalist, artist Kate Woods dies in car accident

Woods was known and loved for her sharp wit and commitment to social justice. She also pushed the EPA to clean up an abandoned mercury mine in New Idria that polluted local waterways.


Government / Politics

Collaborating with community partners and other counties brings homeless shelter to county

After three years of building relationships and securing funding from multiple sources, local homeless shelter on track to open in November

SBHS Drama 3 students rehearsing for the One-Act Festival. Photos courtesy of SBHS student photographer, Mykenzie Camino.

Art & Culture

Spotlight to shine on productions by SBHS students

On Friday, May 26 six plays written, produced, and directed by SBHS drama students will debut at the school's One-Act Festival


Gathering to celebrate the life of local author and activist, Kate Woods

Locals will gather on the 400 Block at sunset on Friday, May 26 to celebrate the journalist who died in a car crash in rural San Benito County