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Is it an orderly process or is it every man for himself?
Curing basic rifts is one area where the Brown Act fails
More than a decade after voters approved Gavilan's Measure E, there have been no real educational infrastructure improvements in San Benito County
HPD’s unwillingness to explain and city council’s failure to conduct oversight into the perplexing number of police traffic stops is a major lapse of governance
Decrease in financial support, venues, participation force organizers of the Hollister Free Wheelers and the supporting nonprofit to close both
The importance of supporting Monterey Bay Community Power project in these critical times
At best, it will be a break-even event; at worst, it could be a big money loser
Hollister City Council should vote "yes" on joining the Monterey Bay Community Power joint powers authority
Adage – There are never enough resources to do it right the first time, but there are always enough to do it over
Hollister is the only city in the three local counties not yet participating in Monterey Bay Community Power deal
Shawn Tennenbaum discusses the high school leadership team's vision for a three-year strategic plan; invites public to Jan. 24 meeting to review bond-funded projects
Renee Kunz with Intero Real Estate shares a few market observations.
Continued lack of a clear national mandate means we remain a deeply divided nation
Newly-seated county supervisor thanks first-responders, agencies and volunteers that have offered assistance
After months of not meeting for a variety of reasons, the commission met to discuss various park projects including Vets Park, a regional park, a proposed aquatic center and a river park trail system
Large Hispanic/Latino enrollment increase follows state trend
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