Hollister School District Superintendent Erika Sanchez writes that Rancho San Justo students were not in any danger during the Oct. 15 lockdown.
Her resume includes working for the Watsonville Law Center and the Santa Cruz Immigration Project.
Francisco Diaz writes about unsung heroes who rise to the challenge.
The Hollister School District writes that school counselors, licensed social workers and licensed mental health therapists are part of a team focused on students' well being.
Simulation included a power outage for several days.
Hollister Vikings write that Hollister is a football town with years of tradition.
Shawn Novack writes that it is time for residents to conserve water voluntarily. San Luis Reservoir is at 30% of its average storage level.
The elections department writes that captains will be responsible for leading their teams and ensuring a smooth process.
Shawn Tennenbaum writes about the school district's ongoing commitment to inclusion.
Julie Finigan Morris writes that residents should take advantage of local farms and ranches.
David Baumgartner writes about the Little Dipper.
Mary Zanger writes about her support for the vaccination program. She encourages parents to vaccinate children 12 years of age and up.
There are about 400 studies that are scheduled on the new telescope and could reveal secrets about the oldest galaxies, inhabitable planets and even the dawn of the universe.
City of Hollister and Sunnyslope County Water District customers will experience a temporary reduction in quality of water.
David Baumgartner writes about Virgo.
Aislinn Barnes, a San Benito High School Senior and Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA) president, shares her speech that was given to the City Council on April 19.
Lauretta Avina writes that LGBTQ individuals have had to hide who they are and that it's time to embrace them.
David Baumgartner writes about the lunar eclipse happening this month.