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Hollister School District’s Accelerated Achievement Academy, Cerra Vista Elementary, Gabilan Hills Elementary and Rancho San Justo Middle School were all named to the 2017-2018 Educational Results Partnership Honor Roll for  high achievement and student success.The program, sponsored by the...
The state’s petroleum industry is spending $320,000 in the District 30 State Assembly race to defeat fundraising frontrunner Robert Rivas. The San Benito County supervisor hopes to succeed Anna Caballero, who is running for state senate this year and...
Jacob Tonascia had never hit more than five home runs in a season at any of the previous places he played at—San Benito High, Mission College and Allan Hancock College—until this season. The Cal State University Monterey Bay senior...
Before Zach Livingston went up to bat with the bases loaded and two out in the bottom of the ninth inning, he had already built up a mental scouting report on the Palma pitcher. San Benito High was facing...
Connor Fabing has been on quite a journey. The former San Benito High standout has been an integral part in the Cal State University Monterey Bay (CSUMB) baseball team having one of its finest seasons in program history. The...
An 80-acre piece of land referred to as Fairview Corners on Fairview Road near the Ridgemark Golf Club and Resort in Hollister has sat vacant for more than 10 years since being purchased by Gavilan College.While the goal of...

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Where was your romaine lettuce grown?If it was grown in California—where most romaine and other lettuce varieties grow—it is safe to eat. If not,...