Trustees are expected to change the school’s name to Hollister High School.
The current budget includes $522K in surplus funds.
Hollister School Board president asks for temporary pay cut in March 14 meeting.
Hollister street ministry aims to create unity locally as well as worldwide.
White Shield re-enactment tournament returns to San Benito County.
Physical education to lose five teachers.
Questions arise over fair share improvements added to agreements.
Supervisors consider $4.8 million in infrastructure upgrades and personnel plans.
Some neighborhoods switch representation, but most remain unchanged.
Board of Trustees is considering cutting at least 30 positions.
She plans to pursue lavender farming.
The county hopes the route will offer more routes for commuters and help in emergency situations.
The company has benefited from homeowners taking on projects during the pandemic.
Centennial Days of Service program kicks off with volunteer work in local national park
Historic event remains local and provides entertainment with an educational angle
Shawn Novack writes that over the last two decades county farmers have been using new technologies and methodologies for efficient water use.
An unnamed female city employee claims Brett Miller has a history of harassment and intimidation against her and three other employees.
Randy Logue writes that society should nurture strengths and respect and value all types of talents and intelligence.