The 911 emergency network system was disrupted in Stanislaus, San Joaquin, Merced and Tuolumne counties late Tuesday night when fiber optic cables were cut on McKinley Avenue a half mile north of French Camp Road.
July 16, 2015|
By GLENN KAHL
After 16 long years of trying Denair's Tony Silveira was finally able to smash and bash his way to victory in Monday night's "Traditional Turmoil" Demolition Derby, presented by the Turlock Lions Club, in the Food Maxx Arena at the Stanislaus County Fair.
July 14, 2015|
BY DALE BOSOWSKI
California is once again the nation's most expensive market for retail gasoline. A gallon of unleaded gasoline was averaging $3.80 on Tuesday. The state average has climbed by 22 cents per gallon since Friday and has gained the attention of the California Energy Commission.
Elaine Hulteen, 94, of Turlock, passed away at St. Francis Assisted Care Center. Elaine was born in Nebraska to Paul and Edna Olson. The family moved to California when Elaine was young and she attended Turlock High School. She graduated from THS and Modesto Jr. College. She worked as a secretary for a local accountant until she met and married her husband, Lloyd Hulteen. He had come from Iowa and they began a poultry ranch first raising chickens and then turkeys. Elaine was a wonderful homemaker. She cooked, canned, crocheted, and was an excellent seamstress.
Kimberly Ann Aho Kruthoff, 39, died after a three year struggle with cancer on July 10, 2015. She was born in San Leandro, California and raised in Hilmar, California. She graduated from Hilmar High School in 1994 and received her BA from CSUS. Kim married Jeff Kruthoff in 2003. Kimberly was employed by T.I.D. for the last eight years. She was previously employed at Longs Drugs Store during college, Hershey's Chocolate Plant in Oakdale, Signature Fruit and Gallo Winery. She enjoyed her golf league at St. Stanislaus Golf Course and being outside enjoying nature, either at her ...
Debbie Yturaldi-Mitchell passed away late in the evening of June 19th, 2015, after nearly a year long battle with cancer. Debbie is survived by her daughter, Toini Hiipakka, 33, and her son Lester Mitchell, 24. She is also survived by her parents, Michael and Virginia Yturaldi of Madera, CA, two brothers, Michael and Edward Yturaldi; and two sisters, Elaine and Irene Yturaldi. Debbie was a strong and beautiful woman who was a lifelong spiritual seeker and believer. She was a passionate music lover, supporter of all the arts and loved to spend time in nature, especially the mountains surrounding the ...
Small businesses are the engines of the U.S. economy. They create two out of every three net new jobs and employ more than half of the country's private-sector workforce. When we make it easier for new businesses to get started, we are ultimately making it easier for them to grow and hire.
July 10, 2015|
BY DONNA DAVIS
U.S. SBA Region 9 Administrator
Did you know that pools and surrounding decks use less than half the water than an irrigated lawn? But that doesn't mean we can't do more. Here are some tips to help you keep your pool water wise this summer:
A large crowd turned out on Saturday at the New Stockton 99 Speedway to witness what is traditionally the biggest race of the season – the Firecracker 100 – the second leg of the annual Tri-Holiday series.
July 07, 2015|
BY DALE BOSOWSKI
Nearly 10 years ago, when I first started writing this column, I wrote about a new product that was being advertised throughout the fishing community. I questioned whether or not it was just another gimmick. To my surprise, I was contacted several days later, not by a representative of the company, but the owner himself. I learned since then just how fast information can travel across the internet.
July 17, 2015|
BY JAROD BALLARDO
As the City of Turlock strives to meet the State's 32 percent water reduction requirements, our city parks, medians and facility landscapes are the most visibly impacted areas of the City's conservation efforts.