Covenant Care at Home is an amazing place primarily because of the people who work there. Each has learned the Malmberg approach to caregiving - treat the patient as a family member and remember that this could be you. The staff embrace their highs and lows with the same level of commitment and caring. Led by Ronda Malmberg and an incredible team of women and men, they bring quality care to patients, one at a time, at home. One outstanding team member is Jill Chiesa.
January 05, 2017|
BY JEFFREY LEWIS
Special to the Journal
Flooding is expected to occur city-wide this weekend as a severe storm that the City of Turlock said is "typically experienced only once in a decade" is forecasted to bring three to four inches of rainfall to Turlock.
As California faces what would mark the sixth year of one of the most severe droughts on record, the Department of Water Resources revealed a dire snapshot of water content Tuesday during the first manual measurement of the Sierra Nevada snowpack, which was found to be only 53 percent of the early-January average.
Adequate healthcare is something that every child deserves, and Hilmar High School senior Ali Vieira is doing her part to make sure they have it through the organization of a trap shoot fundraiser, with all proceeds going to Valley Children's Hospital.
What could be more romantic than getting married on Valentine's Day? How about sharing your special day with dozens of other engaged couples during the "Marriage at the Mansion" event in downtown Modesto.
With a sales tax that funds libraries throughout Stanislaus County nearing expiration, a committee of library enthusiasts known as Save Stanislaus Libraries will sponsor a fundraising event in January that will raise awareness about a tax renewal up for consideration in November and enlighten others on how they can get involved.
Our diets play an essential role in how bodies function, and can have a negative or positive impact on wellbeing depending on what we eat. In an effort to restore their health, vitality and overall quality of life, Turlock residents Tammy Jones and Sherri Villarreal took it upon themselves to change their eating habits and in turn, change their lives. Now, they are hoping to share their knowledge and teach others to "eat to live" through their series of Soon2bhealthy classes.
It's the last day of 2016 and it's hard to find the words to accurately summarize the events of the past 12 months in one end of the year article. However, no matter what your local or national political leanings are, or where you stand on the Turlock farmers market issue, the past year was definitely not boring.