A smile is worth a thousand words, and local dentist Dr. Robert McCulla of Turlock Dental Care is helping to keep the community's pearly whites looking their best by hosting the fifth annual Dentistry From The Heart event – a free day of dentistry for those who may be too scared to go to the dentist or are unable to afford it.
Since 2016, Christopher Courtney's life has been a series of ups and downs due to his battle with a neurodegenerative disorder. Sunday, however, was a day filled with surprises for 12-year-old Christopher, who not only threw out the first pitch at the Stanislaus State baseball game, but also received news that he and his family would be going on the trip of a lifetime to Hawaii this summer thanks to the Make-A-Wish foundation.
Thanks to a robust partnership between Stanislaus State and the City of Turlock, members of the campus and greater community are welcome to make a splash at the university's recently-refurbished Aquatic Facility - marking the first time a Stanislaus State pool has been opened for community use.
While the investigation into the collision that seriously injured two young girls in Turlock continues, the family of the children are seeking support for the long road of recovery awaiting both of them.
Turlock Mayor Gary Soiseth and other area officials honored and thanked those who served and returned home and those who lost their lives in the Vietnam War during the city's Vietman Veteran's Day Memorial and Honor Service on Wednesday.
April events at local branches of the Stanislaus County Library will include fun spring crafts, multicultural folk tales performed by a children's theatre troupe and Day of the Child/Day of the Book celebrations.
Turlock Express' Soccer Pals and special guest Turlock Mayor Gary Soiseth take a group photo after their certificate ceremony Monday. The program's six-week session is set up to pair the Express players and volunteers with children who have special needs for special classes and training in soccer.
While the President of the United States may have been inaugurated just two short months ago in Washington, D.C., the small town of Hilmar is home to a president as well. Hilmar Middle School eighth grader Londyn Brazil was elected to the office by her peers at the National Junior High Finals Rodeo, and is preparing for the competition as it quickly approaches again this summer.
Community members familiar with the criminal case against Robin Boyer are banding together to assist the Turlock man's family with expenses related to his legal bills and money to help his family stay in their home.