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January 20, 2021

Honest mistake blown up

It is so sad to see a wannabe elected official, Ignacio

Great mountain lion piece

Thank you for an excellent article on why mountain lion

Letter: Snow is a great candidate for mayor

My name is Jose Palacios. I have known Keith Snow for about 10 years. He is a caring, honest, and a hard-working man. Now that Keith is running for mayor I believe he will make a great candidate. I endorse Keith Snow for Hollister city mayor.

Protest Sewer Increases

Wake up taxpayers and every household that pays sewer fees! What

Letter: Measure E supporter asks for votes

Getting involved in the sales tax campaign was not an easy decision for me.  I knew it would be met with resistance, in these hard times, but still I felt I needed to do something to maintain at least the same level of service.  Honestly, for me it was just about not losing any more services; most notably public safety.  I wanted to at least ask the residents for another five years of an existing tax because I thought it would be good for us as a community.  I wanted to give you the choice to choose our path.  I felt like it wouldn't be too much to ask the voters to continue Measure T because there was so much more to be lost than just that one penny spent on the dollar that we have already been paying.

The Buzzard Gulch Splinter Nation now open

Wow, is God mad at Florida or what? I mean, geeze, what did

Thieves Won’t Steal Her Spirit

This is an open letter to the thieves who broke into our home

Guest View: Business owner frustrated by parking enforcement

Is it really necessary to make life more difficult for the meager amount of Hollister residents that are fortunate enough to have jobs downtown? The on-again off-again two hour parking rule and the $38.00 citations that go along with it may finally be adding a little money to our cities empty coffers but at whose cost? In these lousy economic times there is usually plenty of parking available downtown. The people that that are truly affected by the two-hour parking rule, and the ones paying most of the fees, are the people who work downtown.

Series with Assemblyman Salinas debuts

Last week, I made the trek to the state capitol for

Target schools for ‘green’ movement advances

Clearview Elementary in Hanover, Pa., is a myth buster in how to