The American Association of University Women has been supporting educational opportunities and equity for women and girls for the past 50 years.
The Turlock Irrigation District Board of Directors has lost its longest tenured member.
The United States Department of Agriculture declared Stanislaus County a primary natural disaster area because of an ongoing drought. This declaration allows farmers and ranchers to apply for USDA assistance and emergency loans for losses directly related to the drought conditions.
Infectious diseases can spread from the brain, to the heart, or to the foot. Each doctor has their specialty that they are trained in, like a neurosurgeon who is trained to diagnose problems in the brain. But if there is a disease in the liver of a brain tumor patient, the neurosurgeon might not be aware of the problem because that isn't the doctor's specialty.
The City of Turlock needs more people to get on the bus, if the city's public transportation systems are to remain feasible.
The Lightners immediately knew the home on Turlock's Ivory Lane was for them from the moment they walked through the front door.
A Turlock woman lost her life Friday night, when in the course of leaving one wreck, she plunged off an embankment and crashed into a sewage pond.
The Stanislaus County Fair, which traditionally begins the last weekend of July, might be moved to a later date next year. The 38th District Agricultural Association Board of Directors, who make all decisions regarding the Stanislaus County Fair, discussed changing the date of the fair at their meeting on Monday.
The Institute for the Development of Emerging Area Leaders Fellowship isn't just another local leadership program.
The State of California is working on the railroad - the proposed high-speed railroad that would stretch from San Francisco to Orange County - and they're hoping the federal government might be willing to pitch in and help.
Alpaca farmers around the central valley are tidying up their ranches, dusting off their spinning looms, and getting their animals photo-ready for National Alpaca Farm Days.
Dozens of Turlock families grabbed a blanket and some snacks and made their way to the Turlock Regional Sports Complex Friday night for the season's final "Movies Under the Stars" event hosted by the Recreation Division.
Christopher Freeberg was so moved by his Christmas Eve volunteer experience at the Turlock We Care homeless shelter program last year that he wanted to do more. So the local insurance man nominated the We Care program to receive a grant through Safeco's Agent Giving Program. Freeberg's petition was granted; and We Care was presented with a $2,000 check from Safeco last week.
The unemployment rate in Stanislaus County took a modest dip for the month of August while the state saw another gain, according to the latest numbers from the Economic Development Department.
Just five months ago, the Turlock City Council was considering turning out the lights in some areas of town in an effort to save money. Today, the City of Turlock is planning to replace 1,800 high pressure sodium street lamps with induction lamps, thanks to a $643,100 award from the Department of Energy.
A Denair couple is back at home on their dairy after a harrowing trip that saw them stranded in the isolated back country of the Sierra National Forest.
Those in Livingston who glanced at the sky on Sunday morning saw more than just clouds and sunshine: they saw a multitude of colors as kites of all shapes and sizes hung in the air.