The city of Turlock has a tentative agreement to resume sending garbage to the Stanislaus County landfill and waste-to-energy plant. It had switched to a Merced County dump because Stanislaus fees were too high.
Twelve veterans of World War II were treated to 15-minute flights in a 1940s plane. The Ageless Aviation Dreams Foundation flight took them to 1,500 feet. They even handled the controls from the two-seater aircraft.
Healthy fare could mean fun at the fair for children who participate in a contest being offered by the Stanislaus County Fair’s Kids Club Educational Program and the Turlock Unified School District’s child nutritional program, Real Fresh.
Turlock’s tighter rules on outdoor watering start Wednesday – only two days a week because of a drought that just keeps getting worse. The City Council raised no objection when staff members Tuesday night recommended the move.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month is still half a year away, but Turlock’s firefighters already are thinking about it. This year, they are seeking submissions from local high school students for a logo to feature on the T-shirts sold each October.
Gardens inspired by a variety of styles will be on display next weekend during the third annual Turlock Garden Tour. In addition, the San Joaquin Iris Society will offer a tour of homes in Turlock, Ceres and Modesto.
A Turlock-based student club – New leaders. More service. Real change. – assists teens in their quest to become leaders among their peers, mentors other youth to be more active citizens, assists in building relationships for friendship and networking, and engages in and promotes community service and volunteer work.