State officials announced last week that, for the first time ever, the State Water Project - a water storage and delivery system distributing water to 29 urban and agricultural water suppliers throughout California - is set to provide zero percent of the contracted water allocations in 2014.
Since its establishment in 1881, the American Association of University Women has been advancing equity for women and girls through education, advocacy, philanthropy and research. The Turlock chapter of the AAUW is continuing this tradition through scholarships, leadership training, and recognition programs.
It is crab feed season and the Turlock Pentecost Association did not fail to impress their guests at the organization's annual cioppino and crab feed last Saturday. With attendance topping 2,000 and tickets sold out five days in advance, the annual event's reputation precedes itself.
Before the economic downfall of 2008, nonstop flights between the cities of Modesto and Los Angeles were common, providing regional businesses easy access to and from Southern California's business hub.
Today is the last day of the Friends of the Turlock Public Library annual book sale. The group sells hardbound books for $1 and most paperbacks for 50 cents, all of which raises much-needed funds for the library's operating budget.
Over the years, the Stanislaus Economic Development and Workforce Alliance has committed itself to helping new, existing and expanding businesses throughout the county. With the help of a recent grant from Wells Fargo Bank, hundreds of business owners will soon receive the assistance they need.