Five young women will compete for the title of District 6 Dairy Princess during a gala event on June 14 at Our Lady of Assumption Hall, 2602 S. Walnut Rd., in Turlock.
A bill that would re-establish state requirements for bounty hunters, specifically in the areas of training and certification, passed through the Assembly and is moving on to the State Senate.
After having to shut its doors in October due to loss of funding, the Turlock Family Network offices will reopen on Monday.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service next week will begin instituting a zero-tolerance policy for six additional strains of E. coli that are responsible for human illness. Beginning Monday, FSIS will routinely test raw beef manufacturing trim, which is a major component of ground beef, for the six additional strains of E. coli. Trim found to be contaminated with these pathogens will not be allowed into commerce and will be subject to recall.
Summer is here - at least it is for the Turlockers who were out and about enjoying the beginning of season this week.
The Portuguese community is celebrating its most historical event this week with the 100th anniversary of the Turlock Pentecost Association. The seven day celebration allows people from all ages to enjoy the festivities that include folkloric songs, dances, and traditional Azorean food.
For most kids, summer vacation is the perfect excuse to stay away from homework, tests, or anything associated with school. But for others throughout the community, summer is the perfect time to attend Vacation Bible School at their local congregation and reconnect with their faith.
In the eyes of conservationist Aldo Leopold, an ethical relationship between the land and the people who benefit from it was "an evolutionary possibility and an ecological necessity." His vision of a "land ethic" is what drives the search for nominees 2012 California Leopold Conservation Award.
Prevention projects in California and throughout the nation have been given a much needed boost from USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack, who has just announced his agency will support 321 projects with $50 million in funding from the 2008 Farm Bill.
The Turlock Irrigation District's new, in-construction Almond 2 Power Plant is performing beyond expectations in initial trials.
With Memorial Day come and gone, only a month remains before America's grandest patriotic holiday – and the nation's 236th birthday.
The Turlock Fire Department responded to more calls for service in 2011 than they have in the past four years, according to the department's annual report released May 22.
Everyone has their ups and downs. Their good days and their bad.
A propeller snapped off the drive shaft of a small T Mini Max aircraft Tuesday afternoon, falling over 2,000 feet onto the tile roof of a Manteca home before the plane glided into a plowed field west of Airport Way and south of Louise Avenue, 1.5 miles away.
The infant mortality rate has reached a new low in California, according to the latest reported data from the California Department of Public Health.
Aspiring and veteran gardeners have the opportunity to enrich their land plots by exchanging seeds at the Denair Library's inaugural Seed Swap.
Lourdes Calderon and her sons, George Sanchez, 6, and Victor Sanchez, 4, all of Keyes, turned out for the Keyes Library's Feb. 19 craft session where participants made paper pigeons. The craft was in celebration of Mo Willems, an American writer, animator, and creator of children's books who often uses pigeons in his work.
Local Visalus distributor Shaun Larsen is partnering with the United Samaritans Foundation to collect canned food and raise money to help feed children in need.