Letters to the Editor (June 5)
Apathy Doesn't Serve Our Students, Schools, or the Community
Letter: Freedom of speech at meetings
First and foremost, I want to thank the citizens who continue to give feedback and are concerned about our city. It’s greatly appreciated and I am willing to try my best to help in any way I can.
Don’t Forget Local charities
As the holiday season approaches, we all start looking for the
Time to take a stand against bullying
We read with interest the article
Letters to the Editor (June 6)
Fuel Theft a Blow to Nonprofit
Gibson’s ‘Passion’ fuels problems
Letters: Former district official concerned about future
The Aromas-San Juan School District is in deep trouble.
Tough decision for city manager
We moved away from Hollister in early 2000 after spending 16
Letter: Reflections on family history
Right after my grandmother passed away in 1965, my cousin who lived in the flat above my grandmother telephoned me to tell me that she found a paper in grandma’s trunk in the attic, with names, birth dates and villages that were in Czechoslovakia and to ask would I be interested in it. I said yes and she mailed the paper to me. That paper sat in my drawer until I retired and then I started to do my family genealogy. My daughter emailed me one day and told me that she found a genealogist outside of Prague. I emailed him and asked him to do my four lines for me. I emailed him what my cousin sent to me and he said that he lived about 30 minutes away from these villages and that I gave him more information than most people do.
Start protecting our civil liberties
It's clear to me that the more our country is admired