The Hilmar High girls soccer team had high expectations coming off a boys soccer championship title during the fall and were driven and determined to do the same in the spring, but it just didn't come together for the 'Jackets.
Just like prior seasons, there wasn't really any high expectations for this year's Delhi High varsity girls soccer team, but the roster of 20 decided to change history and write something new for the Hawks and future teams to come.
The Senate Committee on Agriculture, chaired by Senator Cathleen Galgiani, will hold an informational hearing titled "Crisis in the Golden State: Asian Citrus Psyllid's Threat to Destroy California Citrus" on Tuesday the State Capitol.
Potential future students of Stanislaus State took the field Friday as the university held its annual Head Start sports fitness clinic that saw preschool students running, jumping and swinging their way toward healthier lifestyles.
Growing up, Jakob Bradley always knew that he wanted to join the Coast Guard. The Turlock High School senior remembers watching "The Guardian" as a child, marveling at the Coast Guard officer's bravery and ability in the water. As a swimmer and water polo player himself, Bradley hoped that he too could one day become a hero.
The 2016 Budweiser Monster Truck Spring Nationals are taking place this weekend at the Stanislaus County Fairgrounds, but for Jeff Souza of Denair, the event is especially significant. Souza has been actively participating in monster truck competitions for a few years now, but this weekend marks the first time that he will compete alongside his son, Hunter Souza.
Donna was born in Sutton, Nebraska to Raymond and Helen Lytle. When she was two years old, the family moved to California in 1948. She attended Sacred Heart Grammar School and Turlock High School. Donna worked as a Pharmacy Technician for twenty years.