David Baumgartner writes about the lunar eclipse happening this month.
Shawn Novack writes about resources available for residents to make their irrigation system efficient.
Francisco Diaz writes about the joy of living in San Juan Bautista.
Mary Zanger writes about learning of how the COVID-19 vaccines also protect against variants.
Randy Logue writes about the overreach of government during the pandemic.
San Benito High School student writes about how raising the flag at City Hall would signify 'acceptance and support for the LGBTQ+ community.'
Mary Zanger writes that the proposed autonomous vehicle facility is like a difficult neighbor.
David Baumgartner writes about what to look for this month.
Randy Logue writes to keep the pressure on elected and appointed officials for their response to the pandemic.
Francisco Diaz writes about heading up a local hiking trail with his mother.
Hollister Elementary School Teachers Association President Angela Hagins writes that HSD teachers have decided not to renegotiate their agreement with the district for the sake of their students.
Mary Zanger writes that the community needs both health organizations during the pandemic.
Randy Logue uses a sports analogy to look back at the last year of the pandemic.
John Bessa writes that there are consequences in allowing the John Smith Road Landfill expansion.
Daniel Camacho writes that the SBC Board of Supervisors should not consider the Strada Verde project any further.
District 2 Supervisor Kollin Kosmicki announces proposal for annual growth cap on single-family housing, incentives for affordable units.
Randy Logue writes about a land deal between the county, city of Hollister, and San Benito High School regarding the River Parkway.
Mary Zanger shares her thoughts on COVID-19 vaccinations by using a Star Trek analogy.