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June 21, 2021

Supes meetings closed to the public due to Covid-19

Any members of the community who want to participate in this week’s San Benito County Board of Supervisors meeting will have to do so...

Environmentalists protest against new highway nodes

A group of environmentalists known as Preserve Our Rural Communities, a grassroots group in San Benito County, took over a small section of the...

Newly elected county supervisors take oaths of office

The public got a chance to see a trio of new faces, and the return of a familiar one, accepting their elected roles on...

Carol Lenoir bids farewell to city council

It was an emotional final Hollister City Council meeting for Carol Lenoir as she sat for one last time up at the dais representing...

County elections office releases final results

Staff Report The San Benito County Elections Office this week released the official final results of the local vote count in the Nov. 3 General...

‘Slower growth’ gains another vote on council

Hollister Mayor Ignacio Velazquez has a task each year to ask the councilmembers to bring him their top item they want to see accomplished,...

Tiffany clinging on to lead for D4 Supervisor

Bob Tiffany is leading in a tight, five-way race for County Supervisor in District 4 over local farmer Robert Gibson, retired foreman operator Keith...

Rick Perez snatches city council seat for District 1

Rick Perez says he had no real special interests for himself going into this year’s race for the Hollister Council District 1 seat except...

Former GOP candidate for 30th district convicted of election fraud

Neil Kitchens—a Prunedale resident who ran unsuccessfully against Robert Rivas in the 2018 race for state assembly—pleaded guilty to felony election fraud on election day 2020, according to authorities.

Rivas holds onto District 30 seat

Incumbent Robert Rivas is headed toward a landslide victory in his race for reelection to the California Assembly District 30 seat.