As the Turlock Police Department continues their investigation into the fatal shooting of a suspected intruder by a homeowner, the deceased's family is offering a different glimpse of the man outside of his criminal arrests.
The Turlock Library will host a number of free programs in November, beginning with a cake recipe contest through Nov. 14. Community members are invited to enter copies of their favorite cake recipes into a drawing. The winner will be chosen at random, and will receive a cake-themed gift basket. In celebration of National Bundt Cake Day on Nov. 15, copies of the recipe entries will be made available to pick up and take home.
As Turlock gets game-day-ready for tonight's highly anticipated football game between hometown rivalries Turlock High School and Pitman High School, Amanda Encalade has no choice but to look to scalpers in hopes of purchasing a ticket to see her son play in his last Harvest Bowl after she and other parents were unable to secure tickets before they sold out earlier this week.
Members of the Turlock Planning Commission decided Thursday that they need more information on the City's current ordinances pertaining to the parking of recreational vehicles in residential districts and voted to initiate an amendment to the Municipal Code.
Small-scale livestock producers - especially those who do not already have an established relationship with a veterinarian - are encouraged to attend "Maintaining Healthy Livestock in the New Era of Antibiotic Restrictions," a workshop intended to educate owners in light of unprecedented antibiotic legislation.
As the temperature starts to drop and people look to warm up their homes by stoking a roaring fire, the regional air district is reminding residents to check to make sure it's legal to have a fire blazing that day.