Children and Youth
Trio arrested Friday are not SBHS students nor from the county, but school officials are monitoring the situation to see if there is a connection to anyone on campus
Rural school's "penny war" nets support for Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, promotes community spirit among students
Students and Teachers Restoring a Watershed (STRAW) continues restoration planting with local students on a working cattle ranch. Interested community members are invited to participate.
The Latino Generations Scholarship Program awards grants to Latino students who need economic assistance to pursue higher education
Women's history resources are on display throughout the San Benito County Free Library during the month of March
The board also votes to retire some classes
Arts Council announces ART109 with opening reception Saturday, March 11
"EduGrow Grant Program" designed to foster youth horticulture education
Doctor at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford says it was Hollister resident Gina Agredano's quick action that “made all the difference in the world”
Various topics addressed at February conference in Washington, D.C.
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