News Articles

Landfill worker struck and killed while directing traffic

Hollister resident was run over by a semi-truck hauling refuge, according to the CHP

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Supervisors to send letter in support of state bill to address local road repairs

County Board of Supervisors endorses SB-1, hoping monies will come back to county for road repairs

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As many as 46 homes were flooded with water.

UPDATE: There is still time to donate to Lovers Lane flood victims

Funds from the Hollister Firefighters Association Local 3395 to be distributed at the end of March

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As county waits for federal funds, roads and levees will not be repaired

Repairs to levee systems near Lovers Lane are on hold and FEMA will only pay to restore roads to previous conditions

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Baler Hall of Fame Fest to enshrine 8

8 people with ties to San Benito High School will be inducted into the Baler Hall of Fame on March 18

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Sports Medicine students shine

San Benito High School contingent places in top 10 in regional competition, will move on to nationals

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Chamber steps back from Saddle Horse Show Parade

Rising costs, falling sponsorships and lack of volunteers prompted the Chamber to alert the Saddle Horse Show Association that it will no longer host the summer event

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Supes to send letter to BLM opposing oil and gas leases on local, federal lands

The board will remind the agency that the county passed Measure J to ban fracking

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Sheriff's deputies receive lifesaving, exceptional duty medals

They were recognized at Board of Supervisors' meeting for efforts to help citizens in need

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A reception was held in 2016 to award scholarships to eight Latinas from San Benito High School.

Scholarship empowers economic well-being of Latino community

The Latino Generations Scholarship Program awards grants to Latino students who need economic assistance to pursue higher education

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San Benito County Library collection spotlight: Women's History Month

Women's history resources are on display throughout the San Benito County Free Library during the month of March

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Police make arrest in pharmacy robberies

36-year-old Hollister resident arrested on suspicion of four robberies over the past seven months

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Council discusses fees and effects on local businesses

City staff asks that the array of business licenses needs to be interpreted

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Daylight Saving Time kicks in on Sunday morning

Set those clocks ahead one hour before you go to bed on Saturday

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Businesses, property owners invited to informational discussion on Americans with Disabilities Act

Meeting prompted by lawsuits waged against Hollister businesses for alleged ADA violations

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Council changes status of three employees from temporary to permanent

Employees at city hall, recreation department, and code enforcement receive permanent status

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Largest garlic grower-shipper in nation, Christopher Ranch, raises minimum wage

Company that ships more than 90 million pounds a year and grows acres of garlic in San Benito County, hikes its minimum wage to $13 with pledge to raise it to $15 in 2018

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GavDATA makes Gavilan College performance data accessible

New online GavDATA portal makes it easy to find college stats on enrollment, transfers, and student success

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Bear Gulch Caves open at Pinnacles

Seasonal opening of cave precedes its full closure in late spring through early summer when sensitive bat species has its pupping season

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