Creator Rider McDowell responds to questions about the project off Highway 101.
Rachel Perez writes that though the college is in a tough spot financially, they are working on closing the deficit.
Hollister Councilwoman Carol Lenoir writes in response to the recent fire in her district.
Superintendent/President Kathleen Rose writes about the past school year and looks ahead to the future.
San Benito Citizens for a Brighter Future co-founder Mia Casey writes about a virtual town hall put on by Betabel Project owner Rider McDowell.
Steve Kinsella writes that residents need to demand accountability and transparency from the Gavilan College trustees.
Supervisor Mark Medina writes about the county facing COVID-19 and the budget.
Valerie Egland writes about the difficulty of drawing tourists in to the historic city.
Former principal Charlene McKowen writes that staff worked hard to adapt and sustain a high-maintenance, high-reward vital program for graduation during the school closure.
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.
SBC Supervisor candidate Wayne Norton writes about proposed development at Betabel.
Betabel Project creator Rider McDowell writes about progress made in treating medulloblastoma, a form of pediatric brain cancer.
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.
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.
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.
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