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June 26, 2022

New Gavilan College women’s basketball coach Indira Kaljo knows what it takes to change things for the better

New Gavilan College women’s basketball coach Indira Kaljo knows exactly the situation she’s getting into.  The Rams haven’t fielded a team in three years, and recruiting to Gavilan is notoriously difficult for a variety of reasons.   A challenge for Kaljo? Yes. Daunting? Absolutely not. Not for...

Highway 101/25 interchange plans progress

The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority Board of Directors approved a document June 2 that completes another step in the years-long process to construct a new overcrossing at the chronically congested Highway 101/25 interchange. The board unanimously approved the addendum to an environmental report for...

‘Beauty’ shines through in latest SVCT show

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It’s safe to say that Nicole Yarbrough knows more about “Beauty and the Beast” than the average person. The Livermore resident will star as Belle, one of the leads in South Valley Civic Theatre’s upcoming performance of the classic Disney tale. Turns out, this will...

Pellerin, Lawler hold lead in 28th Assembly District election

Retired Santa Cruz County Clerk Gail Pellerin holds a steady lead in the four-way race for the 28th Assembly District, according to election officials. Results from the June 7 primary election, posted on the California Secretary of State’s website, show Pellerin leading the vote tally...

Religion: Understanding fear

Our world is filled with fearful people. There are some things which we need to fear, and many things which are concocted fears, but both kinds cause us great distress. Some real fears have arisen from the Covid-19 pandemic that began for us in...

PG&E warns approaching heat wave could lead to power outages

PG&E is encouraging customers around the Bay Area to prepare for excessive heat on Friday that could contribute to power outages.  PG&E spokesperson Tamar Sarkissian said in an email that this could be an “all-hands on deck event,” and said crews will be out and...

Arenas, Khamis lead in District 1 Supervisor election

Two veterans of San Jose politics appear to be headed toward a runoff election in November for the Santa Clara County District 1 Supervisor’s seat, as Sylvia Arenas and Johnny Khamis solidly lead the five-candidate field that includes two longtime South County officials.  Balloting closed...

Letter to the editor: Humbling praise

Thank you for your excellent articles on Tyler Pina and Shane Callison! You did a wonderful job of capturing the strengths of both and including their tributes to family and coaches.  As a result of your coverage, I have now subscribed to the paper! Laurie Mobilio Morgan...

Girl Scouts clean up Paradise Park

Local Girl Scouts this past weekend earned an award that demonstrates leadership, planning and other qualities by working together to spruce up a park in Morgan Hill. On June 4, Girl Scouts of Northern California Troop 61316 spent the day cleaning up and making repairs...

Arenas leading in District 1 supervisor race

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Sylvia Arenas led all candidates in the five-person race for the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors District 1 seat, early results show. As of 9pm June 7, Arenas, a San Jose city councilmember, secured nearly 30% of the votes, while former San Jose City...

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