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May29, 2020

Guest view: Twenty-two veterans a day…

By Lesley Miles So sad, so beautiful both in the same choking breath, the photos flashed by. Runners with a veteran’s photo safety pinned to their backs. The smooth, clear plastic lamination catching the sun as they moved, alive...

Guest view: Power shutoffs and fire safety

By Santa Clara County Supervisor Mike Wasserman Like you, I am frustrated with how PG&E has been handling power shutoffs in our county. PG&E’s decision to execute power shutoffs is very costly, both to local governments...

It’s tax time

The Santa Clara County Assessor’s Annual Report answers the No. 1 question at this time of year: Where do my taxes go? This year’s report contains a special focus that looks back over the past 10 years of assessment...

Guest view: October is Bullying Awareness Month

This October, we can all take a moment to reflect upon the importance of spreading awareness about and help to prevent bullying.

Letter: High-quality schools attract business

Our high-quality local public schools provide yet another reason for businesses and innovators to locate in Morgan Hill.

Letter: Join 4-H today

In 4-H, the youth get hands-on experience with small animal projects like dogs, chickens or rabbits, and big animal projects such as sheep, swine, goats, cattle and horses.

Guest view: Stand up for nature

Stand up for the environment. Stand up for the trees. Stand up for the birds. Stand up for the bees and insects.

Equality and housing in Santa Clara County

Last month’s Women’s Equality Day Celebration hosted by the Santa Clara County Commission on the Status of Women bore witness to the triumphs and challenges women still face. It is staggering to think that 2019 marks the 99th year since the passage...

Guest view: Stay prepared for wildfires

As much as this funding will help, you should do what you can to prepare your own home against wildfire.

Letter: Thank you for Women’s Week

The combined talents of Cecelia Ponzini, Brittney Peterson, Katie Khera and Caitlin Robinett Jachimowicz once again welcomed the entire community to a series of events highlighting strong families through education and confidence building, particularly for women and girls.