Mary Zanger writes the state should follow California Policy Center's Edward Ring's proposed steps to solve the state's water issues.
Mary Zanger writes that insurance companies must reimburse appropriately.
Resident Robert Bernosky writes that residents should become knowledgeable, hold the elected board accountable, and become part of the solution.
Resident Gary Moran writes that the revenue the county can get from the landfill is not worth the potential long-term health and traffic impacts.
Resident Randy Logue writes about his appreciation of all the work that was done to commemorate Hollister's sesquicentennial.
John Basanese writes about his experience fighting the previously proposed resource recovery park.
Randy Logue proposes a format for some political debates for the upcoming local elections.
Resident Edward Huston writes about the legislative and judicial support of posting the motto, and what it communicates about our nation.
Joel Buckingham writes that ideologies that are no longer guided by desiring and enhancing human flourishing, are is missing the point.
Randy Logue writes that people should enjoy the holidays while respecting individuals who have different views.
K. Johnson writes about her frustration with the mess and noise of new construction in her neighborhood.
Anne Stickett writes about hope in the community and of the quiet members who are working together to get through the pandemic.
Robert Bernosky writes that Courtney Evans should have not been arrested.
Former Supervisor Mike Graves writes that expanding the Landfill has been the plan for over 30 years.
Celeste Toledo-Bocanegra writes that Supervisor Kollin Kosmicki's behavior is not appropriate for an elected official.
Lynn Overtree writes about the benefits of preserving agricultural lands.
San Benito County Sheriff Eric Taylor writes about policing in response to the death of Tyre Nichols in Memphis.
The Salvation Army says it distributed more than 2 toys per child, totaling over 2500 toys, on Dec. 23 in Hollister, San Juan Bautista and Tres Pinos.