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January 18, 2022

One year later: How U.S. winemakers averted disaster

Brianne Day makes a wide array of wines from the Willamette and Applegate Valleys in southern Oregon. Along with the usual pinot noirs and chardonnays, she also uses unexpected varieties and makes creative blends that are always a treat to try. When the pandemic struck...

Ritual from a distance

The drive-in ceremony, which may be a first, allowed well wishers to safely observe from a distance.

Covid-19 deaths surpass 1,000 in Santa Clara County

Santa Clara County reached another “sobering milestone” in the fight against the novel coronavirus, as the number of deaths from Covid-19 surpassed 1,000 on Jan. 13.

What 3-foot social distance means for return to California schools

New state and federal Covid safety guidelines that reduce the recommended minimum distance between students from 6 feet to 3 feet should make it easier for California schools to return students to classrooms full time, but most districts are not likely to make the...

Motorist dies in collision after pursuit with CHP

The driver of a Ford Mustang died in a collision with another vehicle after he fled from police in a high-speed pursuit north of Gilroy, according to authorities.

Services remain available one year after shooting

It’s been nearly a year since the horrific mass shooting took place at the Gilroy Garlic Festival. Sylvia Mata was part of the group that set up the Family Assistance Center at Rucker Elementary School the day after the shooting took place.

Board of supervisors votes no confidence for sheriff

Santa Clara County Supervisor Joe Simitian asked his colleagues to sincerely reflect and answer this question: “Does our board believe it can have confidence in the administration of the sheriff's department by current incumbent Sheriff Laurie Smith?” The answer, through an unanimous vote by the...

County approves affordable housing in Morgan Hill

The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors Aug. 31 approved a new 73-unit affordable housing project in Morgan Hill that will include homes for agricultural workers. The project, known as Royal Oak Village, will bring more living options to some of South County’s most underserved,...

Sobrato High girls basketball team rebounds from tough spring season

Two seasons ago, the Sobrato High girls basketball team went to play at Soledad High and got blasted, 65-30.  “We finished with three players after several fouled out, and they pressed us the whole time,” Bulldogs coach Erica Wallace said. Fast forward to Dec. 14, and...

Voting begins in Morgan Hill

Voting is underway with less than three weeks to go until the Nov. 3 general election, as residents throughout Santa Clara County have begun casting their ballots by a variety of methods.