A trick of timing names Turlock Unified School District’s two bond measures coming up in November Measure N and Measure O, which the district is making the best of by asking voters to support “kNOwledge.”
Some 20 teachers from Modesto, Turlock and elsewhere around the region are spending a week this summer prepping math lessons for the coming year with help from California State University, Stanislaus math faculty.
Turlock city leaders will be scouring the budget for ways to pay for $100,000 more in street fixes, a topic coming back for action on Aug. 9. But, they said, real money will take Stanislaus County voters agreeing to pay a little more in order to qualify for state and federal transportation funds.
Rabbit experts from around the world converged on Turlock this week for the quadrennial World Lagomorph Conference, drawn to the San Joaquin Valley by a native endangered species and the university scientists who study it.
Shock and sadness were the words used by Modesto-area law enforcement leaders to describe the shootings in Dallas that led to the death of five officers on Thursday night. Micah Xavier Johnson, 25, opened fire on law enforcement officers following a peaceful protest to the recent officer-involved shooting deaths of two black men in Louisiana and Minnesota earlier this week.
Dancing with the Turlock Stars kicked off its third season Thursday night, pairing 13 serious dancers with 13 well-known Turlock folks willing to brave sore muscles and wounded pride to raise money for local charities.
The Downtown Parking Plan moves forward with a discussion Thursday at the Turlock Planning Commission, expected to send its recommendation to the City Council for potential action. Bottom line: There are plenty of spots, but they need to be easier to find and more pleasant to use.
Turlock High School graduate Spencer Heller, a young pro and former NCAA Division II All-American at Sonoma State, tees off in the 71st United States Women’s Open on Thursday at CordeValle in San Martin, south of San Jose.
After knocking down a fire threatening a structure on West Main Street in Turlock, Calif., on May 2, 2016, Turlock Fire Department firefighters rescued four kittens and eventually returned them safely to their mother, who returned to the scene as firefighters were cleaning up. (Turlock Fire Department)
Turlock firefighters rescue kittens after fire
New Turlock fire chief gets sworn in, pinned
City of Turlock gets all aboard to help child’s wish come true
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