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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

Turlock man convicted of child exploitation

A Turlock man who ran a local daycare with his wife has been convicted by a federal jury on charges related to child pornography.

November 17, 2017 | Sabra Stafford | Crime

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Canal Drive roadwork kicks off

Canal Drive, long known as Turlock's bumpiest road, is getting a much-needed makeover this year, which should result in a newly paved, easy to drive, east-west thoroughfare.

June 27, 2009 | | Local

Lawsuit filed against city, ex-cop for half million

The Turlock teenager who claimed she was sexually assaulted by former Turlock police officer Jorge Cruz has filed a lawsuit against the city and is seeking $500,000 for pain and suffering.

June 17, 2009 | Sabra Stafford | Local

Mosquito districts bitten by court decision, reduced tax dollars

Just as California enters the most dangerous time of the year for mosquito and West Nile virus outbreaks, mosquito abatement districts around the state are finding their ability to fight the pests hampered by new restrictions on mosquito sprays and reduced funding from the state.

June 17, 2009 | | Local

Turlock company wins small business award

Jack Wilkey doesn't like to talk about his own achievements. When asked about his community involvement he can rattle off an impressive list - with a little help from the memory of his wife, Pat - of organizations that he has contributed to or been involved in over the years. But when he describes those organizations he talks about the good that they do, and not the good that he has done for them.

June 17, 2009 | Andrea Goodwin | Local

From the desert to the valley

By now you might have seen my name in a few bylines in the Turlock Journal. I am the new education reporter, and I started the day after Memorial Day. I came in on that first day expecting to sign a stack of papers, fill out my W4 form and be in and out in about an hour. Boy was I wrong.

June 12, 2009 | Andrea Goodwin | Editorial

Dairy worker robbed

A dairy worker in Hilmar was robbed at gunpoint early Sunday morning for his wallet.

June 12, 2009 | Sabra Stafford | Crime

Cop catches dancing teen on highway

A Turlock Police officer was witness to a strange site Tuesday morning on Highway 99 - a teenager dancing on the roof of a car.

June 12, 2009 | Sabra Stafford | Crime

Hilmar burglary suspects wrangled in

A Hilmar man stopped a burglary by blocking the four suspects in a driveway, according to the Merced County Sheriff's Department.

June 12, 2009 | Sabra Stafford | Crime

County cuts budget

The Stanislaus County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a budget that will make deep cuts across the county on Tuesday morning, but thanks to prudent planning only 14 employees will lose their jobs.

June 12, 2009 | | Government

Country blaze burns hay, vehicles

A fire sparked by a welding torch burned through several junk cars and hay bales before firefighters were able to contain it.

June 10, 2009 | Sabra Stafford | Local

Arts facilitator eliminated

Evening quickly turned into night at the Turlock City Council meeting on Tuesday, where debate over the proposed budget remained civil - yet contentious - as councilmembers elected to cut the positions of the Arts Facilitator and part-time Fleet Maintenance employees, while shuffling dollars between funds to retain one Building and Safety Division employee, who will solely scan documents.

June 10, 2009 | | Government

Local autistic children try their hands at ranching

"Look mom, I'm really holding him!" said Connor Smith as he snuggled a rabbit. The 12-year-old Ceres boy was one of 22 area children with Autism that took part in A Day on the Farm, a one-day camp sponsored by the Society for Handicapped Children and Adults to introduce young people to activities typically seen on a horse ranch.

June 09, 2009 | Kristina Hacker | Local

Arts facilitator eliminated

Evening quickly turned into night at the Turlock City Council meeting on Tuesday, where debate over the proposed budget remained civil - yet contentious - as councilmembers elected to cut the positions of the Arts Facilitator and part-time Fleet Maintenance employees, while shuffling dollars between funds to retain one Building and Safety Division employee, who will solely scan documents.

June 09, 2009 | | Government

TUSD trustees approve budget, await further state cuts

After months of slashing expenses, negotiating new contracts, and cutting services and programs, the Turlock Unified School District finally has a budget for the 2009-10 school year ... at least for a few weeks.

June 09, 2009 | Sabra Stafford | Education

Retiring teachers honored, voice their appreciation for district

Marsha Memmott has spent the last 30 years teaching English to Turlock eighth graders. She has spent 30 years correcting grammar, grading essays, and explaining when to use "who" and when to use "whom." After all of those years of dedication to Turlock students and their education, Memmott is retiring from her job at Turlock Junior High School.

June 09, 2009 | Andrea Goodwin | Education

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