Before MJC, there was Turlock Junior College

A century ago, for local high school graduates who wanted to receive a college education, the nearest schools were out of the county. That required the students to move away and also pay for room and board, which could cost a significant sum.


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More Latinos signing up through health exchange

Covered California reported that a larger number of Latinos are applying for insurance from the state’s health exchange. Through Monday, more than 300,000 state residents had inquired about coverage and were found to be eligible under the federal health law. Latinos made up 50 percent of those who gave information about their ethnicity.