Turlock Christian Elementary School welcomed a group of Chinese students to their campus this week, sharing with them the surrounding agricultural sights and sounds of the Valley and even giving them their first glimpse of a cow.
After weeks as "stray dogs" the Turlock High School football program can once again count on playing at Joe Debely Stadium just in time for their Friday night home game against Golden Valley High School.
While many Stanislaus State students are familiar with the city's north side, Warriors got a chance to discover the south side's downtown sights and sounds Wednesday thanks to the second annual Warriors Explore Downtown event.
For the first time in two years, Turlock resident John Johnson did not have to resort to standing against the wall at Turlock High School's Steve Feaver Aquatic Center to stay cool during his grandson's water polo game.
With this year's enrollment numbers coming in higher than expected, Denair Unified School District is looking to provide salary restoration to employees who were dealt 8 percent pay cuts three years ago in the midst of a district-wide financial crisis.
Although the unavailability of Joe Debely Stadium has placed extra transportation expenses on Turlock Unified School District, neighboring schools are trying to mitigate costs by offering their stadiums to Turlock High School and Pitman High School football programs for free.
The Turlock Unified School District Board of Trustees on Tuesday voted unanimously to approve amendments to the 2014-2017 agreements with both the California School Employees Association and the Turlock Classified American Federation of Teachers, effectively giving both groups an annual increase to their salaries and an increase in benefits.
Stanislaus State Interim Dean of the College of Science Mark Grobner frequently has to call the university's public safety department to report the various poachers that illegally fish the ponds of the Turlock college campus. This week, however, Grobner was made aware of a different kind of presence around the Naraghi Hall of Science's Willow Lake.
The school year has just begun, and Stanislaus State already has reason to celebrate. Following recognition from the likes of the Obama administration and multiple respected publications over the course of the past year, the university now has several new accolades to add to its collection.