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Vet trades uniform for Gavilan pads

For soldiers in Army green, unless they're career military professionals, there's life after the military. There's life after football too.

Teachers strike would suspend fall sports

As time is running out in the contract impasse between the Gilroy Unified School District and its teachers, time also may be...

Gavilan falls to 0-2 after 44-28 loss to Redwoods

The first home game of the year for Gavilan College started out promising, but shortly after kickoff in the third quarter, the...

Christopher Ranch boosts wages

The approximately 600 workers at Christopher Garlic’s production facility in Gilroy in July received a raise that’s part of an aggressive plan...

Late field goal lifts Cougars to first win

On Friday night Tyler Davis was what Christopher High coach Tim Pierleoni described as a “rolling razorblade.” The defense was deadly, as...

Seniors to drive Christopher offense

Football is a 'what have you done for me lately' kind of sport and Christopher High coach Tim Pierleoni knows it. One...

Gilroy steps into high expectations

After going undefeated and winning its first-ever Central Coast Section championship, what can Gilroy High possibly do for an encore? What we...

Seniors to drive Christopher High offense

Football is a 'what have you done for me lately' kind of sport and Christopher High coach Tim Pierleoni knows it. One...

Rams start anew

Last year was a season to forget for Gavilan College. Amid violations and an 0-10 record, stability is what the program needed....

Veteran Gilroy retailer is optimistic

Dave Peoples is a “glass half full” kind of person, and if you’re going to say his retirement from Garlic City Mercantile...

Latest news

Candidates have plans for downtown

Businesses in downtown Gilroy have begun to show their support for City Council candidates, placing lawn signs in their windows. Candidates, meanwhile,...

Features

Holsclaw Road: From Gold Rush to the Civil War

This is the story of three brothers who left their 11 siblings and parents at a northwest Missouri homestead in 1849 to...