Randy Logue writes that society should nurture strengths and respect and value all types of talents and intelligence.
Diane Ortiz writes that Youth Alliance has worked alongside youth and parents, community-based allies, public health, law enforcement agencies, and education systems to address community violence.
Cailfornia has a Red Flag Law in place. What is it?
Nik writes that Hollister needs a multi-pronged, creative strategy to lure more higher education resources to the county.
Randy Logue writes that building a second high school in Hollister is not the best option.
John Basanese writes about his experience fighting the previously proposed resource recovery park.
Mary Zanger writes that residents should reject Strada Verde again.
Jennifer Coile questions if candidates have the commitment, knowledge of issues and qualifications to make smart decisions if elected.
Nik Dholakia writes that a balance between growth and maintaining the county rural needs to be achieved.
HESTA writes about what teachers have experienced this year, as well as the effects of the Hollister School District's reported budget crisis.
Edward Huston writes that Christianity has had positive impacts on the country and local communities.
Randy Logue proposes a format for some political debates for the upcoming local elections.
Anne Stickett writes about the proposed initiative and says proponents are using trigger words to get signatures.
Maureen Nelson writes that the county should not be destroying its landscapes, tearing up the roads and potentially be a home for hazardous waste in exchange for a bigger landfill.
Drew McAlister writes In response to: Aromas-San Juan teachers vote of ‘no confidence’ in the superintendent.
Levesque writes that it would have been nice to see a meeting between the union and superintendent in hopes of communicating the issues and working towards a solution.
Judy Gansen writes that the new vocational building should have been named after Chuck Gansen.
Mary Zanger writes that building a community is not a game.