COLUMN: Risks of Investment Properties

When considering investment housing, there are issues and concerns to be aware of.

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OPINION: Is the cannabis industry hiding organized crime bosses?

Who is really behind the shadowy network of the so-called medical/recreational cannabis industry coming to San Benito County? Like Russian nesting dolls, do shell companies conceal organized crime?

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Pre-Fair Horse Show and Junior Rodeo this weekend

Horse Events and some livestock judging starts this weekend, Fair kicks off next week

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Arson fire still being investigated, Babe Ruth League will miss season after 60 years playing at Vets Park

The San Benito County Babe Ruth League will miss playing this season because of the arson fire at Vets Park as investigation continues. League uses GoFundMe in attempt to raise money.

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Walking San Benito: Pinnacles National Park South Wilderness Trail

This is the twelfth in a series of articles in which local adventurer Jim Ostdick will introduce readers to the many walking opportunities throughout San Benito County.

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OPINION: SBHS thanks the county for support of Nash Road closure and bypass

The road closure is designed to improve safety on the 3,000 student campus and create a bypass for vehicles

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 San Juan Bautista City Hall

San Juan Bautista City Council Hires Interim City Manager

The interim city manager will also help council members find and hire a permanent replacement.

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Instructor Daniels helps a student set up the router for a practice piece of lumber.

Anzar Woodworking Class open to community

Anzar offers residents the chance to learn basic wood craft skills or learn how to make something as a Christmas gift.

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SBC Sheriff's Office requests information about missing person.

37 year old male missing since Sept.13. Last seen at Lake McAlpine Park in San Juan Bautista.

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Hollister Police Department vehicle was wrecked when it hit an ongoing vehicle during a high speed chase.

Officer Injured and three arrested after lengthy vehicle pursuit

Police Officer injured by another vehicle while pursuing three women accused of grand theft and stolen property.

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Stargazing party at the Pinnacles, a huge hit

Sept.16 roughly 200 people came out to the Pinnacles National Park to participate in their Stargazing Party. While there participants were able to view different sights, such as Saturn, through ten telescopes available.

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Students arrive at ArtSpace in downtown Hollister for art classes.

SBC Arts Council "Veterans' Voice Project" Continues and Expands

SBC Arts Council "Veterans' Voice Project" moves into second year and adds elements that will include high school students and new project partners.

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Gavilan commended for "pro-active actions" in facilitating investigations

Northern California Football Conference responds to self-report by Gavilan College over recruitment violations. Community college shares letter with community.

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South County Cal-SOAP College Fairs to be hosted by San Benito and Gilroy high schools

13th annual fairs will be held Oct. 26 at SBHS in Hollister -- students of all ages are invited, along with their parents

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Dr.Parveen Sharma's booth was busy with people informing themselves about eye care.

LULAC Hosts Community Health Fair

The free event promotes healthy lifestyles.

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San Luis Reservoir in 2015

California Drought Response and Continued Need to Conserve Water

Many Water Projects are slated for California, but Water Conservation Needs to be a Way of Life

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Medical Cannabis Delivery Services

OPINION: Medical cannabis deliveries in Hollister: Who will speak for the mobility impaired?

With permitted, taxed and regulated brick-and-mortar medical cannabis dispensaries coming to Hollister, what will the city do to accommodate 'mobility impaired' patients who need delivery services to obtain medicine.

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A stain press of the American flag. Photo courtesy of Lynette Peavey.

Hollister VFW Auxiliary To Host Family Craft Event This Weekend

Proceeds from the family craft event will benefit veterans causes and local charities.

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County understaffing hinders bridge repairs, supes approve $2.7 million realignment of John Smith Road

Road report to supervisors reveals lack of county staff has delayed repairs of 10 bridges and it will cost $2.7 million to realign John Smith Road to intersect with Fairview Road.

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Soccer at Veteran's Memorial Park

Walking San Benito: Hollister Parks Loop I

This is the eleventh in a series of articles in which local adventurer Jim Ostdick will introduce readers to the many walking opportunities throughout San Benito County.

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