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August 10, 2022

Religion: Thoughts and prayers

I was in Chicago on May 24, celebrating my granddaughter’s 5th birthday. It was going to be a quick three-day trip, but I ended up staying for 12 days thanks to Covid. It was a trip I’ll never forget. Not because I came down...

Guest view: Celebrate Title IX

Many know how downtown restaurant Rosy’s at the Beach got its name, but few know about the role Title IX played in saving owner Rosy Bergin’s academic career at Santa Clara University. Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, the landmark civil rights federal...

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...

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...

Guest view: One thing at a time…

Welcome Members of the Morgan Hill Unified Board of Trustees, Principal Sage, Graduates, Parents, Guardians, Guests and Faculty to our 2022 Ann Sobrato High School Graduation ceremony. My name is Carmen García, Superintendent of the Morgan Hill Unified School District.   Class of 2022, It is...

Religion: On the shoulders of trailblazers

Forty years ago I had one of my earliest “calls” or moments imagining my future as a rabbi. I grew up in New Jersey in an observant Reform Jewish home. In the summer of 1982, I was a participant in a Reform Jewish social action...

Guest view: ‘Let Freedom Ring’

The theme for this year’s Morgan Hill Freedom Fest Independence Day festivities is “Let Freedom Ring,” and local students were asked to write about what that phrase means to them for the celebration’s annual essay contest. Participating students in two divisions—primary (grades 2 and3)...

Guest view: A walk for a cause

On Sunday, May 15, if you happened to see over 100 people walking on Coyote Creek Trail, wearing navy blue tee shirts that said “Danger Future Flux Capacitors of America,” there is no need to worry. The walk was for a worthy cause to...

Religion: Memorial Day—And we remember them

For any who have served overseas in times of war or received news of the death of a loved one from such a conflict, Memorial Day is forever changed. Our hearts grow heavy, eyes laden with held back tears, and old wounds and losses...

Rabbi Mendel Liberow: How to prevent the next pandemic

Rabbi Mendel Liberow
Three years ago, the possibility of a global pandemic took up about as much headspace for most people as the possibility of a global conflict: technically possible, but not really a “thing” in this millennium. But as it turns out, history repeats itself. And...

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