While the pandemic has changed how the spooky holiday will be celebrated this year, there are still several events planned in the coming days.
Mothers share how distance learning has impacted their children.
A new approach brings three weeks of activities for scout troops and guests.
Stephanie Aguilar, the school's library media specialist, is getting books into the hands of students.
Students and community team up to raise funds.
Chamberlain's Youth Services featured in campaign.
Pack 444 of Hollister keeps together during pandemic with online games and movie nights.
Excel Beyond the Bell offers lifeline to working parents seeking help with childcare.
Sports programs stop all activities and receive revamped sport schedules following county’s inclusion on state COVID-19 monitoring list.
Thousands of kids’ books collected in drive are redistributed free at local schools.
Kirti Bassendine works with Jefferson and Panoche elementary schools on composition and framing.
Parents will choose from two models—one bringing students to classrooms twice a week; the other being online only.
Vehicles parade through parking lots and Bolado Park as students say goodbye to eighth grade.
33 students receive diplomas in drive-thru ceremony.
List of Marguerite Maze middle school in Hollister graduating students with recognition awards for promotion.
Capturing Kids’ Hearts programming focuses on creating a school culture where kids are cared for.
Yvette Fragozo prepares for quarterfinals for ‘Tengo Talento, Mucho Talento.’
Educational outreach program continues through video lessons and visual arts.
Mike and Frank O'Connell of Ranchers Feed & Western Wear have been a part of the Hollister business community since 1976, and have been at their First Street location for 20 years. Read more about Ranchers Feed click…