Your Pets … with Dr. Jeanne Haggerty-Arcay: The global pandemic hastened the changes in veterinary medicine

2021-07-12T10:26:46-07:00

The pandemic led to an explosion in the pet population. There is now a nationwide shortage of veterinarians. Photo courtesy American Veterinary Medical Association By Dr. Jeanne Haggerty-Arcay Dr. Jeanne Haggerty-Arcay Although changes [...]

Your Pets … with Dr. Jeanne Haggerty-Arcay: The global pandemic hastened the changes in veterinary medicine2021-07-12T10:26:46-07:00

Main story: Students scheduled to return to in-person school April 12

2021-03-23T16:03:48-07:00

Partnership between Safeway, MHUSD vaccinated hundreds of educators Photo by Marty CheekLupe Barajas, a teacher at a charter school in Hollister, receives a shot from Safeway pharmaceutical technician Magdalena Temes at Sobrato High School March 10. [...]

Main story: Students scheduled to return to in-person school April 122021-03-23T16:03:48-07:00

Health profile: County enters red tier as restrictions lessen

2021-03-06T08:21:36-08:00

Restaurants are now allowed max 25 percent capacity indoor dining Photo by Marty Cheek Linda Clark, a resident of Wheeler Manor, receives a COVID-19 vaccine shot from a Gilroy firefighter at Gilroy Senior Center Feb. 17. [...]

Health profile: County enters red tier as restrictions lessen2021-03-06T08:21:36-08:00

Women Leaders … with Kelly Barbazette: SV woman turns passion into nonprofit helping those with trauma

2021-02-19T19:12:50-08:00

For Martha McNiel, operating DreamPower Horsemanship gives her more than she could have ever envisioned. Photo courtesy Martha McNiel Martha McNiel and her horse Sweet Pea. By Kelly Barbazette Kelly Barbazette Martha McNiel [...]

Women Leaders … with Kelly Barbazette: SV woman turns passion into nonprofit helping those with trauma2021-02-19T19:12:50-08:00

Community Voices … with Robert Shorey: An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, so get the vaccine

2021-02-05T18:26:52-08:00

The top goal of vaccination is to prevent hospitalization and deaths By Robert Shorey Robert Shorey Vaccinations have a history of apprehension and the current vaccines are no exception. We can read social media and [...]

Community Voices … with Robert Shorey: An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, so get the vaccine2021-02-05T18:26:52-08:00

County takes steps to inoculate residents, but vaccines in short supply

2021-01-25T15:06:07-08:00

Logistics of distribution is a major challenge for health professionals Photo courtesy Westmont LivingA resident at Westmont Living gets vaccinated Wednesday Jan. 20. A total of 103 residents and staff were vaccinated, receiving their first dose [...]

County takes steps to inoculate residents, but vaccines in short supply2021-01-25T15:06:07-08:00