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May 24, 2022

Graduation is a Privilege

I agree with Arianah Ruzovich's letter about graduation being a

Letter: Stories of courage worth attention

The press has done a very good job of reporting about the challenges our veterans face. We all have read or seen stories about our wounded  warriors. About traumatic brain injury. About veterans suffering from  depression and other serious mental health issues. About those who have  lost limbs or endure other physical hardships. These are serious issues that deserve our attention, especially on Veterans Day. What also deserves our attention, but which gets much less press, is the fact that  military veterans are twice as likely to develop – and die from – Lou  Gehrig's Disease as those who have not served in the military.

County gears up for West Nile Virus

West Nile Virus cannot be prevented from entering San Benito

Letters to the editor: Thank you to the Hollister Library

Thank you to Hollister Library I must put pen to paper and express my sincere gratitude to the Hollister Library for making the last year and a half so much better during the pandemic!! They made it possible for me to get every book I...

An ode to one of the finest holidays of them all

Tis St. Patrick's Day, the second best holiday of the year

Plenty of Causes, Too Few Rebels

New York Times columnist David Brooks is my favorite

Letter: Winter weather remains up in the air

I read with great interest about a strong chance of a wet winter. I read the statistics and predictions of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Climate Prediction Center. There was information from previous El Nino years regarding winds, ocean currents, temperatures, etc. With all the descriptive details from the scientists and other experts, the last paragraph quoted from the experts said, “The fact is that this coming winter could extend our record dry weather or bring major storms, heavy precipitation and coastal storm surges or a combination of all.” So I really haven’t learned more than I already knew, so it’s stilll a fifty-fifty chance of a strong, wet winter!