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Luna receives endorsements from Hollister Police Officers Association, Hollister Firefighters Association and more.
Trying to get honest answers to Measure G has been a bad experience. Better to start over and get a roads tax that voters can have confidence in.
Community members, civic leaders, businesses as well as local farmers support effort to fix roads, improve safety, and reduce congestion.
Keep politics civil.
Accountability measures require all funds in San Benito County to be used for road and transportation projects.
Community member states Daylight Saving Time is unhealthy.
Many successful business people, the kind we need in elected positions, do not run for office. An ugly letter received by a candidate demonstrates why.
“A fool and his money are soon parted.” – English proverb
Those who recycle yard waste will want to think about paying for a green waste can they don't need.
Gavilan College failed to build a satellite campus in downtown Hollister with Measure E funds in 2016. Today, the college is asking property owners to support another bond.
Gavilan College is proposing to build a 1990s era SBC Education Center that will be obsolete on day one in the age of distant learning. What we need is nimble technology for education.
The two best community colleges within driving distance, Foothill and De Anza, will only get five San Benito High School graduates, according to a survey of the 2018 class.
COMMUNITY OPINION: Anzar High School Site Council opposes Leadership Transition Plan for 2018-19 school year
Representatives serving on the Anzar Site Council are deeply concerned about the Anzar High School leadership transition plan initiated by Superintendent Huntoon.
As my beloved U.S.A. celebrates another Independence Day it remains as it has always been, a deeply divided nation, but now without a vision.
Celebrating the Fourth of July was hypocritical for Frederick Douglass then as it is today!
National Home Ownership Month is a time for the real estate industry to celebrate and promote the American dream of owning a home.