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July 18, 2024

Soap opera continues at DA’s office

When will we see the final chapter of the ongoing and bizarre

Editorial: Hollister officials play musical chairs with events

If Hollister council members are serious about reviving the city's signature event and a lucrative economic opportunity - the biker rally - then moving the air show to a July 4 weekend is logistically illogical and would confuse marketing efforts for both events.

Saddle Horse Show and Rodeo displays county’s local flavor

Anyone who thinks Hollister has lost its small-town feel,

Commuters tell story of area economics, but where’s data?

In these days of partisan bickering it's good to finally see a

Another generation will review our time

As We See It: The Free Lance

Vote ‘no’ on gaming props, ‘yes’ on change for term limits

Voters will have a say on several statewide propositions on

Thumbs up, thumbs down: Forums highlight spirit

THUMBS UP: It's hard not to notice there are three open seats on

Thumbs up, thumbs down

THUMBS UP: For ex-councilmembers Tony Bruscia, Tony LoBue and Brian Conroy who attended their final council meeting earlier this week. Being a council member is a time consuming and difficult task, but it doesn't have to be a thankless one. Thank you for your service to the community, gentlemen. It's been an interesting and challenging four years with sewer problems and shrinking budgets, but the city seems to be turning the corner in no small part because of the work you have done. And whatever the city's flaws, they pale in comparison to the chaos that is going on at the county level.

People deserve disclosure in ROTC chief’s sudden departure

Naval Junior ROTC Chief William Stratmann's sudden departure

Long live the Mission City chickens

While the nation tackles Saddam Hussein and the possibility of