Youth Alliance Executive Director Diane Ortiz writes that distance learning does not serve community members equally, and that the community must come together to address issues now.
Betabel Project creator Rider McDowell writes about progress made in treating medulloblastoma, a form of pediatric brain cancer.
Jesus Guerrero writes in response to a recent commentary by Supervisor Peter Hernandez.
Supervisor Peter Hernandez shares comments he made at an April meeting concerning the face covering mandate.
Hollister Councilwoman Carol Lenoir writes about downtown revitalization and efforts to continue ad hoc committee work.
Jennifer Egan gives her take on the issue of development along Highway 101.
Eric Taylor with the Sheriff's Office writes about responding to a drowning and "the heroism shown by many people yesterday."
SBHS senior Jody Gibbs writes about the conflict between Class of 2020 activities and the coronavirus pandemic.
Shelby Schipsi writes about her experience.
Patty Anne writes that wearing a face mask in public is a considerate gesture towards others, lessening the spread of any germs.
"The proponents of a radical initiative have picked the worst possible time to put a stranglehold on the local economy," writes Salvador Mora.
Denise Olson writes that making local grocery stores safer may reduce the hoarding and short supplies seen in the region.
Valerie Egland writes that low voter turnout and a campaign of disinformation tipped the scales of the county's future.
When Mia Casey researched Measure K and the nodes, she and like-minded individuals moved to action and created a petition to be presented to the SBC Board of Supervisors on April 7.
Supervisor Mark Medina writes about changes to meetings during the coronavirus pandemic and addresses his decision to postpone C-1 rezone of Betabel node.
Survey examines three choices for travel between Hollister and Gilroy.
Project aims to create autonomous vehicle testing facility in San Benito County.
Construction will include converting an inside shoulder to create space for an auxiliary lane.
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