Randy Logue writes that people should enjoy the holidays while respecting individuals who have different views.
Randy Logue writes that he is against changing San Benito High School's name.
K. Johnson writes about her frustration with the mess and noise of new construction in her neighborhood.
Former County Supervisor and Business Council President Jim Gillo writes that the John Smith Road Landfill positive impacts substantially outweigh any negative impacts.
Anne Stickett writes about hope in the community and of the quiet members who are working together to get through the pandemic.
Robert Bernosky writes that Courtney Evans should have not been arrested.
Former Supervisor Mike Graves writes that expanding the Landfill has been the plan for over 30 years.
Randy Logue writes about what he believes is the San Benito County Board of Supervisors intent to require COVID-19 vaccinations for its employees.
Celeste Toledo-Bocanegra writes that Supervisor Kollin Kosmicki's behavior is not appropriate for an elected official.
Randy Logue writes that changing team names to bow down to wokeness is not acceptable.
Anne Stickett writes that residents should beware of a mayor who makes grabs for power, discredits other leaders and silences the public all in an attempt to gain himself a crown.
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.