Randy Logue writes that parents set the tone for what their children are taught and not the school system.
Edward Huston writes that the word consent is key to the relationship between people and its government.
Randy Logue writes that public meetings should be held in person.
Terry Butler writes that a conversation needs to occur regarding gun control.
Mary Zanger writes that the vote of the community was ignored.
Terry Butler writes that ProPublica income tax report shows the true two Americas.
Mary Zanger writes that she hopes agriculture workers are provided a path to citizenship.
Edward Huston writes that SJB Mayor Leslie Jordan inappropriately compared the LGBTQ community with the Japanese-Americans during WWII.
Randy Logue writes about his trip outside of California and compares the "Union of Soviet Socialist California" to two other states he considers "free".
Mary Zanger writes about her support for the vaccination program. She encourages parents to vaccinate children 12 years of age and up.
Aislinn Barnes, a San Benito High School Senior and Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA) president, shares her speech that was given to the City Council on April 19.
Mia Vodanovich writes in support of Hollister City Council approving to fly the LGBQT flag at City Hall in June.
Lauretta Avina writes that LGBTQ individuals have had to hide who they are and that it's time to embrace them.
Resident Gary Cameron writes that trucks going to the landfill damage the roads and impact residents' quality of life.
Randy Logue writes about why raising the LGBTQ flag at Hollister City Hall will further divide society.
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.'
Randy Logue writes to keep the pressure on elected and appointed officials for their response to the pandemic.