Shorter days, cooler temperatures and plant dormancy, all signal decreased needs for water. To avoid damage from freezing, shut off your system before cold temperatures arrive. Watch the weather and the long-term forecasts to know when the time is right to shut down your irrigation system. Most years, you'll want to turn it off by Halloween.
Increased enrollment at Denair Unified School District resulted in much-need salary restoration Thursday when Board of Trustees unanimously approved a 2.37 percent bonus for all teachers who were employed during the last academic year.
October 07, 2016|
James was born in San Bernardino, California to Raymond and Winona Browning and passed away at the age of 85 in Turlock. He was a veteran of the US Air Force and Navy; serving his country during the Korean War. Jim was a minister for 25 years, he served as an elder with Church of Christ in Modesto and also served as a minister in the jail system. He worked as a general contractor for many years and also was a 203 HUD consultant. During his free time he enjoyed working on various projects at home. Jim was loved by ...
I am writing this letter in support of re-electing Abe Rojas as Trustee for YCCD Area 3. Since the YCCD Board will be hiring a new Chancellor this year, stability and continuity on the board is crucially important. Abe has been an active, loyal member of the YCCD Board for over 20 years. He understands all the concerns and issues connected with the District. Abe always comments and asks competent questions when reports are given. He is committed and alert. Rojas has served as Board Chair numerous times during his tenure and has consistently done an outstanding job in this ...
The Carnegie Arts Center will present the first of the Fall 2016 Sunday Arts Lecture Series at 2 p.m. Oct. 9. In conjunction with the new exhibition in the Carnegie's main gallery, "Childhood Classics: 100 Years of Original Illustration from the Art Kandy Collection," lectures this fall will cover many areas associated with children's books and illustration art.
October 04, 2016|
Seniors living at Covenant Village of Turlock continue to cycle and compete their way to better health. In the spirit of the U.S. Summer Olympic Games, 17 residents participated in the community's third, national competition using the CyberCycle, an interactive recumbent bike that uses virtual environments, video game features, group rides, and the spirit of healthy competition to motivate riders. The team competed against 144 other virtual CyberCycle riders at 18 retirement communities nationwide and earned medals for completing individual courses or stage race courses in the fastest times.
October 04, 2016|
Gloria Green, 62, of Modesto, passed away on October 2nd at her home surrounded by family and close friends after a short battle with cancer. Gloria was born in Merced, CA to Felicitas Buelna and Manuel Munoz. She was married to Audie Green for 25 years in Modesto where they raised their family.
Mary was born to Raymond and Margaret Rodgers in Red Bluff California. At age six she moved with the family Washington State where they homesteaded a farm, before moving to Modesto. She graduated from Grace Davis High school, and then attended UC Berkeley and UC Davis where she graduated. After graduation she lived in San Francisco and worked in shipping for TriValley Growers, where she met her husband. Following his early death she decided to return to school for her teaching credential. She relocated to Hughson to be near her family and taught at Caswell Elementary School in Ceres where ...