Mike Chambless wears a lot of hats for the city. In his role as airport director, Chambless has been a shining star while overseeing several important projects.
It says something about the City of Hollister’s priorities when dogs on the nice side of town get park funding before people on the west side.
Due to a new state law that is far too broad in nature, one of Hollister’s most notorious criminals has a chance for freedom in April.
There are three crucial components to solve Hollister’s serious safety problem with lacking helmet use by minors on skateboards, bicycles and scooters.
The new Healthy Checkout Lane at Hollister Super, Gavilan district elections, talk of road repairs and Bolado Park upgrades are all signs of progress in the county.
Anzar High School has displayed enormous success as it pertains to students going to college. Like any other school environment, though, it isn’t free of challenges.
With a slew of events to cover from the holiday period and after, we’re presenting an installment of Thumbs Up-Thumbs Down to indicate our support or opposition on local topics. This week, all of the selected topics incited positive responses from the Community Insight Board.
Dear San Benito County Voters,
This newspaper's brand has become a centerpiece of the multimillion-dollar, oil company-funded campaign to oppose the anti-fracking initiative, Measure J. We wish to disassociate ourselves from those efforts.
While this board and its members' conflicting views on Measure J reflect the wider community's disparity in opinions, there is general agreement on one thing: Organized campaigns on both sides of the issue have used deception in trying to steer public sentiments.