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For the second consecutive year, Americas Best Value Inn-Turlock Inn has been voted the 2012 Readers' Choice as the best hotel in the Turlock area.
One man's lifelong love for bicycles has led to a Best of Turlock-winning business.
There are thousands of corporate coffee houses in the world, but none like the one at 2922 Geer Rd. Located just three blocks from California State University, Stanislaus, locally-owned House of Java has drawn customers all of ages for over 25 years and continues to ensure an unforgettable cafe experience like no other in town.
When Harder's Print Shop, Inc. first opened its doors in 1919 it was churning out paper products from a letterpress. Now, 93 years later, an array of printing jobs rolls out of the modern presses. The equipment used at the Turlock shop may have gone through major overhauls, but the commitment to top-notch quality products and excellent customer service has never wavered.
The Salvation Army Turlock Corps is not only a church and Christian outreach organization, it is also a safe place for children and adults to gather. A place for after-school activities, senior meals, and youth basketball games. The Salvation Army building on Lander Avenue houses many other non-profit and social services agencies, and also provides a space for the annual community Christmas dinner.
Keeping Turlock's pets clean and stylishly groomed is more than a job for Lisa Pervere, it's a passion. Pervere started grooming pets inside First Street Vet 19 years ago. Today, there are three Lisa's Pet Styles shops, two in Turlock and one in Waterford.
It's been just over one year since Turlock's Carnegie Arts Center rose from the ashes of a fire in 2005 that left it in ruins.
After 33 years at the corner of Golden State Boulevard and Olive Avenue, Jura's Pizza shut its doors at the end of August.
Since its opening on Aug. 1, 2011, Dust Bowl Brewing Company's Tap Room has been packed to the gills nearly every night, locals and visitors alike fighting for the chance to taste the 35 beers presented by award-winning Dust Bowl Brewmaster Don Oliver.
Every year on the first Friday of December Main Street is transformed from a quiet downtown shopping area into a bustling holiday destination . Hundreds line the streets in anticipation of the annual Turlock Christmas Parade.
Turlock's own Main Street Footers has perfected the quintessential American food - the hotdog. The eatery's tasty dogs and other edible fare have earned it the 2012 Readers' Choice winner for favorite lunch.
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