Back surgery will keep Gavilan College President Steve Kinsella out of his office for a month this spring. But presumably following the surgery and an initial recovery period, he’ll be available on the phone should any need for a critical emergency decision arise.
This week, panelists answered the question: Do you support the Electoral College system for choosing the president?
The Morgan Hill Community Foundation hosted its first ever Discover Morgan Hill Road Rally and Poker Fun Run on Saturday.
Our young republic’s life was at stake. Our “star-spangled banner” waved defiantly through “the rockets’ red glare”, as the British Navy bombarded Baltimore’s Fort McHenry.
Gavilan College President Steve Kinsella’s $42,000 salary raise is under fire again – though this time it’s because a local Latino advocacy group alleges the Gavilan College board violated the Brown Act in an October meeting when trustees approved increasing his pay from $234,090 to $276,090 by 2015.
By Tom and Karen Lantz
Once upon a time, there was a presidential primary campaign. The candidates were "Snow White" (Michelle Bachmann), "Greedy" (Mitt Romney), "Grumpy" (Newt Gingrich), "Holy" (Rick Santorum), "Gropey" (Herman Cain), "Doc" (Dr. Ron Paul), "Spacey" (Rick Perry) - and, uh, who's the Dwarf after Spacey? "Oops!"
As downtown Hollister found out Thursday afternoon, John Davis goes big.