City Manager expects all issues to be remedied by December.
Local activists are working with mission and state park to increase indigenous narrative.
Five candidates campaign for three seats.
First session for new District 1 councilwoman is Oct. 15.
Supervisors aim to have it finalized Nov. 20.
Hollister mayor claims planning commissioners have conflicts of interest with project.
Declaration alongside Board of Supervisors allows the county to apply for homeless program funds.
New name expected to help guide visitors to the proposed River Parkway Trail and regional park.
City needs new funds for soil stabilization.
Because of cost, the city might have to settle for removing less than planned.
LULAC Health Fair hosts physicians and hospital administrators.
Families offered screenings with a dose of entertainment.
Appointment expected to be made Oct. 1.
Other projects include training for social workers and electronic polling.
Department sent crews to five fires out of jurisdiction in 2017 and 2018; seeks grant money for new training facility.
Construction will include converting an inside shoulder to create space for an auxiliary lane.
The company is infilling parts of the mined land as part of the reclamation project.
Campground reservations are hard to come by during lockdown. COVID-19 situation leaves many in the lurch.
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