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July 20, 2024

People deserve disclosure in ROTC chief’s sudden departure

Naval Junior ROTC Chief William Stratmann's sudden departure

Marty: Change the way you vote

If they want to solve the nation's problems, many people will

You Can Learn a Lot by Reading the Newspaper

I like to learn something new every day. It makes me feel like I

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Take some time out from your back-to-school shopping this Saturday for a different kind of shopping.

Question of the Week 10/20/17

The fires in Northern California have left mass devastation in its wake. At least 41 people have died and nearly 6,000 houses have been destroyed. The fires will test an already stretched housing supply in the state. According to national news reports, in the five-year...

Unregistered sex offender must be prosecuted

News that District Attorney John Sarsfield will prosecute a sex

Global Warming Test for Arnold, Lawmakers

Fireworks are a rarity in the California Legislature's annual

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Cheers for the judge; jeers for the supe

Guest View: Trustee urges residents to join oversight panel

In November 2014, the voters in the Hollister School District approved Measure M, a $28.5 million bond measure. Measure M was a “Proposition 39” bond measure. Proposition 39 allows for bond measures to gain voter approval with 55% of the voters in the district in favor of the measure. Unlike most other bond measures in California, which require 66% voter approval, Proposition 39 bonds allow a lower voter threshold for approval, with some conditions.

Letter: Finally, tax relief

Finally, some real relief for homeowners and those who want to be homeowners. Our local elected leaders use the words “affordable housing” to substitute for