Warrior Yoga owner Lorie Wilson knows just how taxing a first responder's job can be, having helped numerous who have walked through the doors of her yoga studio in Turlock find ways to destress and stay healthy, both physically and mentally. Wilson hopes to help other first responders in the area discover the benefits of yoga and give back to some of the community's bravest by inviting them and their families to a free Saturday practice at the studio's First Responders Appreciation event.
This Sunday, people across the country will set their clocks forward an hour, marking the start to Daylight Saving Time. But it hasn't always happened on the second Sunday in March. The Energy Policy Act of 2005, which was implemented in 2007, added four weeks to Daylight Saving Time by changing it to start on the second Sunday in March and end on the first Sunday in November.
March 10, 2017|
While they may not sling spider webs or leap tall buildings in a single bound, the City of Turlock's Team Green Kids Club super heroes Water Woman and Recycle Man still play an important role in the community. The two mascots recently paid a visit to the Turlock City Council to help promote the 10th anniversary of Turlock's Go Green Week, which will be celebrated March 13 to 18.
Even after what he called "abundant rainfall, record snowpack, swollen rivers and maxed out reservoirs," City of Turlock Director of Municipal Services Michael Cooke said that water conservation efforts remain as vital as ever since it might be years until the city begins to see positive impacts to the aquifer.
Turlock residents interested in helping shape the future of the Turlock Library will have the opportunity to share their input at a visioning meeting with county officials and Friends of the Turlock Library on March 25.
In what is known to cyclers as the Super Bowl of races, Turlock resident Karin Weller plans to bike 930 miles in the Race Across the West – an astonishing feat that will contribute to an even greater cause.
Following five years of severe drought conditions, California is now in the midst of one of the wettest winters in recorded history - the effects of which can been seen locally in the Tuolumne River Watershed. So far in the 2017 precipitation year, which began in September, several months have already exceeded their historical averages, and last month proved to be no exception with over 15 inches of rainfall in the Tuolumne River Watershed.