The outbreak of E. coli at Chipotle restaurants in the Pacific Northwest has spread to more states and locally, with two cases reported in Turlock, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The United States Environmental Protection Agency is hoping to obtain a better understanding of the ongoing drought and its impact on state water resources by awarding a $1 million grant to the Public Policy Institute of California.
The rapid response from the Turlock Fire Department and the quick actions of Foster Farms employees is being credited with keeping a fire that ignited at the Turlock facility from flaring up into a dangerous blaze.
Individuals who through their leadership inspire others to take pride in their community are not always recognized for the work that they do. The Latino Community Roundtable and Assyrian American Civic Club are making sure that the community is given the opportunity to honor two men who have positively impacted both Turlock and Stanislaus County.
Following the discovery of two Asian Citrus Psyllids last month on a residential property in Turlock, the California Department of Agriculture took measures to treat all citrus trees and host shrubs within a 400 meter radius of the detection site in an effort to stop the pest from spreading.
Every November the community of Turlock gathers to kick off the Salvation Army's holiday fundraising season with a clash of bells and cash. At Tuesday's Kettle Kickoff Luncheon Turlock's generous spirit was once again in full force with over $58,000 raised for the nonprofit organization.
The San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District and Valley Clean Air Now will host a Tune In & Tune Up car clean-up event at Stanislaus County Fairgrounds from 8 a.m. to noon today. Tune In & Tune Up is a vehicle emissions clean-up program that identifies and helps repair older, out-of-tune vehicles that impact the air quality throughout the San Joaquin Valley.
November 13, 2015|