The aging process brings with it a multitude of obstacles, from memory loss to health issues. At Covenant Village of Turlock, the continuing care retirement community is hoping to help area seniors combat these problems through a free health and fitness program.
Smith Chevrolet-Cadillac is heading into the New Year with an environmentally conscious approach, as the Turlock auto dealership recently connected with local solar energy installer JKB Energy to bring a rooftop solar system to their site.
While Turlock actively prepared for what was originally forecast to be the storm of a decade this past weekend, the city came out relatively drier than other regions throughout California which were dealt blizzard warnings and flooding, leaving many residents without power or forced to evacuate.
Josh Gottlieb is no stranger to the pawn business. The owner of Turlock's newest shop, Mid Valley Pawn, essentially grew up in the industry, as his parents ran a pawn shop of their own in Sonora. Now, his expertise in the pawn business has enabled him to successfully open the city's first pawn shop in nearly a decade.
Superheroes, zombies and even some celebrities will take the Stanislaus County Fairgrounds by storm come February at the city's first-ever Comic Con, giving Turlock geeks and pop culture fanatics the opportunity to gather under one roof and celebrate the world of comics, science fiction and fantasy.
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