A WWII sailor’s face looking out from a photo that came with an antique picture frame has left a Ballico woman wondering who he is. Also, a cowboy has died after being injured in another tragedy at a Hornitos ranch.
Stanislaus County leaders will consider charging $106 an hour for staff time to conduct a more stringent review of well permit applications. The Board of Supervisors also will consider other fee increases Tuesday morning, including the cost for leaving some large items at the Fink Road Landfill near Crows Landing.
Gregori High School teachers Katie Merenda and Joe Orlando have been chosen to coordinate a districtwide recycling program, which will include all Modesto City Schools campuses and facilities. Merenda and Orlando recently shared some of the details about the program and what students and staff hope to achieve.
James Giulio Davidson, 59, of Modesto, was sentenced Monday by U.S. District Judge Anthony W. Ishii in Fresno to 18 months in federal prison and ordered to pay $127,000 in restitution for theft of government benefits.
The Gallo Center for the Arts will see its best season ever in ticket sales for the 2014-15 season. It also saw a breakthrough in reaching the region’s Latino audience. Its successes have lead to a higher profile among performing arts venues.
Seventy years have passed since the United States shocked the world by dropping atomic bombs on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. As nuclear powers gather this week to discuss a landmark disarmament treaty, the now-fragile survivors warn this may be their last chance to use their personal horror to hurry that work along.
About 75 police officers, pastors, city officials and community members gathered Monday evening in front of the Modesto Police Department to pray for members of law enforcement and for the people and communities they serve and protect.
Pastors with the Modesto Police Clergy Counsel gathered on Monday in front of Modesto Police Department to pray for law enforcement officers and for the public they are sworn to serve and protect. Police Chief Galen Carroll, Sheriff Adam Christianson and Fire Chief Sean Slamon were among those in attendance. (Joan Barnett Leefirstname.lastname@example.org)
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