Are schools going to be able to do long distance schooling and still have a good education system for the kids? And if there is a vaccine for the coronavirus will it be at a ridiculous price that not everyone can afford?
Parents, you MUST ABSOLUTELY let your board members know in no uncertain terms that you want your kids in school this fall. If you don't want your child to go to school then opt for distance learning and see how far behind your child will be at the end of the next school year.
Thank you for your front page gift of contrasting portrayals of two local women. I enjoyed this study in character and personality.
As a longtime advocate for open government access in San Benito County, though, I can say with certainty that allowing virtual access to public meetings—along with allowing traditional in-person involvement—would improve the level of openness in local government.
The flames of this cartoon certainly grabbed my attention or better yet my thoughts as I puzzled over the readout on the hand-held device picturing the country in a conflagration.
Latino inclusion begins with growing and harvesting our food going back at least to my childhood in World War Two. At that time, our mother brought us children to pick string beans in a San Jose field near the soon-to-be Hawaiian Gardens.
It would be wonderful to be able to look only in front of you and not look down at the ground that is littered with garbage such as plastic bottles, metal cans, paper coffee cups, plastic bags and so on.
PORC has been relentlessly trying to convince people to direct their anti-growth anger towards Betabel. They've used lies and scare tactics and seem to have no conscience, or respect for the community they're lying to.
The United States Postal Service is committed to delivering your mail and packages throughout the current pandemic.
The proponents of a radical initiative have picked the worst possible time to put a stranglehold on the local economy.