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Hilmar shocks Escalon

It was a wild, chaotic, dramatic, cold and unforgettable game.

November 18, 2017 | Frankie Tovar | High School Sports

Jazz concert at Carnegie

The Carnegie Arts Center presents the next concert in its Jazz Music Series, an evening of music from Orquesta Dharma featuring Andy Nevla at 7 ...

November 17, 2017 | | Music

Christmas comedy gets musical treatment at Playhouse Merced

This holiday season, "A Christmas Story: The Musical" will be presented at Playhouse Merced. Based on the classic movie and the original story by Jean ...

November 17, 2017 | STAFF REPORTS Turlock Journal | Theatre

COLLEGE ROUNDUP

Andy Cleaves had not yet turned 11 years old when the last time a Warrior went off on a scoring spree like he did Wednesday ...

November 17, 2017 | | College

Historic year comes to a close for Hilmar volley

The Hilmar High varsity volleyball team's historical 2017 season came to an end on Wednesday night as the Yellowjackets fell to No. 9 Alhambra ...

November 17, 2017 | Eddie Ruiz | High School Sports

Bulldogs edge out Menlo in first round of state tourney

The magical season continues for the Turlock High varsity volleyball team after they toppled No. 6 Menlo School, 3-2, on Thursday night from the Bulldogs ...

November 17, 2017 | Eddie Ruiz | High School Sports

Births Nov. 9 to Nov. 15

• Ashley Monismith of Turlock is the mother of a 7-pound-11-ounce girl born Nov. 9 at Emanuel Medical Center.

November 17, 2017 | | Births

The Golden ‘Stoner State’ isn’t all that laid back on pot

A few years back, a reporter asked Gov. Jerry Brown what he thought of the movement to legalize marijuana.

November 17, 2017 | BY DENNIS WYATT Turlock Journal | Editorial

Why pardon a turkey?

President Trump is getting his pardon pen ready, as the Muller investigation starts indicting his associates. This Wednesday, he plans to practice on two very ...

November 17, 2017 | | Letters to the Editor

Recycle clean, keep Turlock green

Have you ever slipped a greasy pizza box into your blue bin because the grey one is already full? Nobody noticed, right? Think again. A ...

November 17, 2017 | | Government

Survey: Thanksgiving dinner cheaper this year

The American Farm Bureau Federation's 32nd annual price survey of classic items found on the Thanksgiving Day dinner table indicates the average cost of ...

November 17, 2017 | STAFF REPORTS Turlock Journal | Local

School district presents plans for priority bond projects

A new football field, bigger parking lots and a state-of-the-art science building are just a few developments in store for Turlock Unified School District's ...

November 17, 2017 | Angelina Martin | Education

Two people escape shed fire in Turlock

A fire of undetermined origin burned through a shed in Turlock, which displaced two people that had been living in the outdoor building, according to ...

November 17, 2017 | Sabra Stafford | Local

Turlock students offered ride home from stranger

The Turlock Police Department and the Turlock Unified School District are warning parents of a man who tried to pick up two children while they ...

November 17, 2017 | Sabra Stafford | Crime

Gubernatorial candidate touts education platform at Stan State

Investment in education has pushed gubernatorial candidate and former State Superintendent of Schools Delaine Eastin (D) into the race for the governor's office in ...

November 17, 2017 | BY ERIC ESCALANTE Turlock Journal | Government

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A Rainforest Adventure

Clayton and Elaine Everett will spend the next two months constructing giant mushrooms, massive trees, and a colossal butterfly. These structures will be part of a rainforest exhibit that the Everetts designed for the 2009 Stanislaus County Fair.

June 27, 2009 | Andrea Goodwin | Fine Arts

Sheriff’s deputies recognized for heroic acts

Showing a dedication to public safety that went beyond the call of duty, three Stanislaus County Sheriff's deputies were honored by the American Red Cross for their acts of heroism.

June 27, 2009 | Sabra Stafford | Neighbor News

Irrigation water lessened by federal decision

California's farmers could be hard hit by a biological opinion issued by the National Marine Fisheries Service on Thursday, which calls for pumping operations in the Central Valley Project and the California State Water Project to be changed.

June 27, 2009 | | Local

Powering up the next generation

The following is an excerpt of California State University, Stanislaus' President Hamid Shirvani's 2009 commencement remarks.

June 27, 2009 | President Hamid Shirvani California State University, Stanislaus | Editorial

Toodles Turlock!

For the past couple of weeks, I've been snapping photos and jotting down notes at various local graduations but if it's still June 6 and you are reading this over breakfast, good morning and by the way, I'm the one graduating! Today I'm participating in the commencement ceremony at California State University, Stanislaus and I'm newly unemployed.

June 27, 2009 | Fiona Chin Special to the Journal | Editorial

Lawsuit filed over guard’s fatal stabbing

The family of Jose Rivera, the prison guard stabbed to death by two inmates, has filed a lawsuit against the Bureau of Prisons alleging poor management and unsafe working conditions contributed to his death.

June 27, 2009 | Sabra Stafford | Local

Fraud warning for property owners

The Stanislaus County Assessor's office is warning the community about a scam that tricks property owners into paying for a service that the county offers for free.

June 27, 2009 | Sabra Stafford | Crime

Hearing for teen mother delayed

The pretrial hearing for Jessica Mae Betts, the 19-year-old accused of killing her newborn and discarding her in a Dumpster, was continued for three months.

June 27, 2009 | Sabra Stafford | Crime

Bomb scare closes campus

A suspicious package found outside Julien Elementary School resulted in the campus being evacuated and the Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department Bomb Squad being sent out Friday morning.

June 27, 2009 | Sabra Stafford | Crime

Budget just one item on tap for busy Council meeting

Turlockers who want to weigh in on the proposed city budget are advised to pack a snack for Tuesday's Turlock City Council meeting, as a lengthy agenda will likely result in a marathon meeting.

June 27, 2009 | | Government

Earl students learn about their neighbors on Exploration Days

Students at Dennis Earl Elementary School got a taste of Mexican culture on Friday when they participated in Exploration Day. The kindergarten through sixth grade classes watched Aztec dancers and did classroom activities such as making tortillas, ponchos, and paper flowers.

June 27, 2009 | Andrea Goodwin | Education

Free meals available to students through summer

Low-income students in the Turlock Unified School District can continue to receive free lunch even when school is out for summer break. TUSD offers the Summer Food Service Program to any child under the age of 18 during the months of June and July at select school locations.

June 27, 2009 | Andrea Goodwin | Local

Local pet store accused of animal cruelty

A long-time pet store in Turlock is being investigated on allegations of animal cruelty.

June 27, 2009 | Kristina Hacker | Local

Six days to digital TV

Turlockers who make use of analog broadcast television were granted a four-month reprieve when the transition to digital TV was postponed from Feb. 17 to June 12, but the new cutoff date for analog broadcast television is now just six days away.

June 27, 2009 | | Local

CSU Stanislaus class of 2009 encouraged to take risks

On a day that felt and looked more like the beginning of the fall semester, about 600 California State University, Stanislaus students walked across the stage, moved their tassels from the left to the right, and became college graduates.

June 27, 2009 | Sabra Stafford | Education

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