It was the first rainy game of the season Friday night as Hilmar High took on Hughson High and as the drizzle came down, the Yellowjackets poured the points on the Huskies, winning the matchup by a score of 44-7.
October 14, 2016|
|High School Sports
Pitman High's varsity football team reached a milestone and achieved something no other Pride team has ever accomplished in a single season when they hosted Buhach Colony on Friday night in a wet and soggy night at Joe Debely Stadium.
The Dancing with the Turlock Stars cast and board members visited Jessica's House Friday to deliver a $50,000 check from funds raised during the third annual event in September. DWTTS Board President Kristin Bettencourt said that the event managed to raise $154,000, with Jessica's House, Salvation Army and Covenant Care Hospice each receiving a $50,000 share of profits. Jessica's House Director of Donations Terrie King said that the nonprofit is fully funded by donations like this and this money will allow them to continue helping children deal with loss. King said, "This will allow ...
The three candidates vying for the District 3 seat on the Yosemite Community College District's Board of Trustees discussed a number of issues, including campus safety, improving graduation rates and providing more jobs, during a forum hosted Thursday by the Stanislaus County League of Women Voters.
State Water Resources Control Board representatives will provide a presentation during Stanislaus and Merced County Board of Supervisors meetings Tuesday regarding their proposal to cut water use for the benefit of fish and wildlife.
As we approach the Nov. 8 general election, I wanted to speak to my friends, family and neighbors not as your mayor, but as a concerned citizen of Turlock. For far too long, Turlock's roads have dropped drastically in quality and safety with no end in sight. There is, however, a great opportunity to reverse our history of neglected roadways by voting in favor of Measure L, a countywide initiative dedicated to fixing our local roadways.
October 14, 2016|
BY TURLOCK MAYOR GARY SOISETH
Jeff Denham is running again for the California District 10 Congressional seat. I do not pretend to disagree with many of his positions because, honesty, I am willfully and blissfully unaware of many, if not 99 percent of them. A quick glance of his bill sponsorship and co-sponsorship history leaves very little to oppose as well as to champion. A citizen, as is our luxury in our great nation, need only be aware and act on those issues that catch his or her interest and make a difference in his/her day-to-day life; that is, those things that rub them ...
After attending the Turlock City Council candidates' forum, I am more convinced than ever that Turlock needs a "Tin Cup" ordinance that prohibits council members from voting on issues that directly affect those people who contributed to their campaigns. Only one candidate in District 4 strongly supported this view and it was Steven Nascimento. That is why he has my unqualified support.
Amy Bublak is the right person for a second term as Turlock City council member. She has done a great job staying on top of public safety and financial issues during her current term as a Council member. I had the privilege of working with Amy for several years when she was a police officer with Modesto PD. Because of her experience and demonstrated commitment to dealing with these problems for years, she is well qualified to tackle the many critical issues facing Turlock today, especially public safety. Amy was not only an experienced patrol officer during her tenure at ...
The Stanislaus County library system is casting an eye toward the future and what role the 13 branches will play in the lives of the county's communities and is hoping to hear some public input on the matter.
Turlock's Summerfaire Park was colored pink Friday morning as over 60 women from Turlock Promotoras came together to promote breast cancer awareness through physical exercise, guest speakers, and energizing Zumba routines.
After providing the Turlock community with fresh, organic produce for years, Ellie and Charley Fernandez of Ellie and Charley's Natural Garden are leaving their home at the Turlock Certified Farmers Market to enjoy retirement in Hawaii.