Spring break has finally arrived for local students - offering a short reprieve from school work and ample time to catch up on a little fun.
Turlock Irrigation District directors may increase the available irrigation water this year, thanks to better than expected rainfall – and a potential windfall of water from the City and County of San Francisco.
A Turlock mother, who has taken up the mantle of researching autoimmune diseases after her son's diagnosis, is planning a benefit walk for the end of April.
Students from Turlock Nursery School went on an Easter walk Thursday morning to Willard Anderson's home garden in Turlock. Anderson owns a home near the school, and opened his garden to the students. The trip tied into the student's reading of "Peter Rabbit and the Briar Patch." At Anderson's garden they followed the trails like little bunnies.
The number of fatalities on California's highways and roads has reached a new low according to the latest data from the California Department of Transportation.
Army Pfc. Matthew U. Vazquez has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
The Turlock Fire Department responded to a total of 440 incidents during the month of March, which included a total of 304 emergency medical service calls.
An important deadline is almost here for independent junior exhibitors planning to enter their goats, sheep or swine at the 2012 Merced County Fair. The date to remember is April 16.
A veteran of the newsroom, Hank Vander Veen, has joined the Turlock Journal as its new general manager.
Losing a loved one is tough at any age. But it's especially hard for children.
U.S. Rep. Jeff Denham (R – Atwater) and Assemblyman Bill Berryhill (R – Ceres) spoke at the eighth annual Turlock Friends of Scouting luncheon Tuesday, hosted by the Turlock Noon Rotary at the Turf Club.
Six girls from Gymnastics Unlimited in Turlock have qualified for a regional competition on April 14.
A plan to barbecue a roast instead ignited a garage at a Turlock apartment complex Sunday afternoon.
After a sudden surge, gas prices are beginning to level off.
Students from Pitman High's home economics program sewed 30 dresses for donation to the Salvation Army in Turlock. The Kiwanis Club of Turlock bought the material from Cloth and Quilts in Turlock, at a discounted price.
Andy Cheung and Lien Diep of A&L Poultry in Turlock have been permanently prohibited from working directly with animals again, a settlement reached as a result of the producers' reckless abandonment of 50,000 hens back in 2012.