Seven members of the Oakdale High School wrestling team, along with 15 other Stanislaus District athletes, will compete Friday and Saturday at the California Interscholastic Federation championships at Rabobank Arena in Bakersfield. The title matches are Saturday night. The Modesto Bee’s Ron Agostini will be tweeting live results from the meet and will provide matside coverage in The Bee and at www.modbee.com. Follow Agostini on Twitter @modbeesports.
A chronological timeline of Modesto references in pop culture. As Modesto gets ready to be featured in the new ABC series “American Crime,” a look at the other times the Central Valley city has made it into television, movies and music.
A Modesto jewelry store is helping Starbucks employees conform to the company’s new dress code while still getting to wear rings at work. As of Tuesday morning, Yates & Co. had given out 109 tungsten, titanium or cobalt rings.
Rick Ferroni calls it his “nightmare on Elm Street” – a Salida lot filled with junk, a homeless man camped behind the home, abandoned vehicles on the street and front yards cluttered with old appliances. He complains that Stanislaus County is not doing enough to require other property owners to comply with codes.