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I want an Assemblymember who listens to my concerns, already understands the way government works, can hit the ground running on Day 1, and is smart enough to analyze, synthesize and apply information. I want an Assemblymember who is young, energetic, and passionate about serving us here in …

In a time of complex issues facing the citizens of the Central Valley, and the state, we are fortunate to have a person experienced in resolving problems, who will work in a non-partisan manner, to achieve a resolution to those issues and that person is Chad Condit, whom I fully endorse to b…

Someone with Irish sensibilities would call it “Saint Patrick’s Day.” It’s often referred to as “Saint Paddy’s Day” by those less cognizant of Irish culture. But to refer to it as “Saint Patty’s Day” is an abomination. “Paddy” is the casual form of the traditional Irish-Gaelic name Padraic o…

Back in September 2021, as my final days in my hometown dwindled down and I said my goodbyes to my closest friends and family, I realized how much I would miss my community. It was time for me to leave, a new experience was on the horizon: college!

I'm back at the North Pole getting ready for Christmas eve. before I do, I would like to thank the City of Gustine and their fire department for welcoming and having me participate in their Old Time Christmas festival and parade this past Saturday.

One good thing that has been brought to the light since COVID-19 started is the need for more support towards mental health for youth across the United States. Before 2020 mental health was promoted across the country as something everyone should feel comfortable to discuss but unfortunately…

On behalf of the Yolo Middle School and Orestimba High School volleyball programs, we would like to thank everyone who helped in any way to make our 12th Annual Dig Pink event such a big success. Thank you to Gustine Middle School and Gustine High School for your continued participation as w…

Born into privilege, silver spoon and political big shots as relatives Gavin Newsom was the anointed child of California. Those who thought him special saw him as a future president. But, like so many of those born into prestigious families Gavin actually believed, like the children of Trump…

2020 was a crazy year filled with uncertainty and worry for many, but one person who kept going was Gustine Unified Board Member Zachary Ramos. He helped our community by leading food box giveaways, supporting farmers, getting students access to free internet thanks to working with businesse…