Ninety people have tested positive since Feburary, 11 active, 77 recovered; San Benito County can now move to Stage Three of state's reopening roadmap; farmers market returns to Hollister on Saturdays.
Eighty-eight people have tested positive since February, 11 are active, 75 have recovered; Pinnacles National Park west entrance open for vehicle traffic and day use; Hollister allowing residents to make municipal payments online and by phone free of charge.
Eighty-seven people have tested positive since February, 14 active, 71 recovered; county issues second call for free masks for businesses; several car processions to celebrate class of 2020 and 8th grade promotions in San Juan Bautista.
Eighty-five people have tested positive since February, 18 are active, 65 have recovered; State Senator Anna Caballero releases video PSA about importance of COVID-19 testing; library starts curbside pickup in June.
Eighty-three people have tested positive since February, 16 are active, 65 have recovered; hair salons and barbershops can now reopen with guidelines; library to start online summer reading program in June.
Seventy-six people have tested positive since February, 12 active, 62 recovered; Pinnacles open to foot traffic and bicycles, vehicles not allowed except for campers with reservations; Chamber of Commerce to host May 28 business webinar.
Mike and Frank O'Connell of Ranchers Feed & Western Wear have been a part of the Hollister business community since 1976, and have been at their First Street location for 20 years. Read more about Ranchers Feed click…