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Back to the sleep saving time

As Sunday brought a close to the 2011 Daylight Saving Time, ushered in were an assortment of relief, doubts, and inquiries. The most pressing views challenged whether this supposed energy-preserving, society-reviving system still left room for correlation with the shifting lifestyles that characterize today's generation. Folks still fatigued from March help make the pool of individuals wanting to re-question the logic behind what has felt like a blindly-followed practice.

November 08, 2011 | BY HENNA HUNDAL Youth Columnist | Editorial


The root of all Oakland

The morning after Occupy Oakland's midweek violent protests, the take in the Bay Area was that it was a dirty, rotten shame that a few bad-egg anarchists hijacked a mostly peaceful protest and made an otherwise good cause look bad.

November 04, 2011 | BY DEBRA SAUNDERS Creators Syndicate | Editorial


All the benefits of a small town, none of the baggage

According to the United Nations' Population Division, the world's human population hit seven billion on Oct. 31. Locally, we have also seen a jump in population - although not quite as drastic - with over 70,000 people inhabiting Turlock today, compared to just 13,992 in 1970.

November 01, 2011 | Kristina Hacker | Editorial


Stepping up to a bright idea

At first I wasn't sure I was reading the CNN report correctly. The story hinged on special pavement that uses the impact of human feet to generate electricity.

November 01, 2011 | BY DR. E. KIRSTEN PETERS | Editorial


Bad times? Most of us have no inkling

These aren't exactly the greatest of times.

October 28, 2011 | BY DENNIS WYATT Special to the Journal | Editorial


The missing piece of the Turlock arts scene

There really is no excuse for Turlockers sitting at home on Friday nights. Despite what a few Bay Area transplants may think, Turlock has a lot to offer those seeking cultural stimulation.

October 25, 2011 | Kristina Hacker | Editorial


Doing more with less on the road

Between the debt-ceiling kerfuffle and Hurricane Irene, you may have missed two bits of summertime news that will be important for what we drive in the coming years.

October 21, 2011 | BY DR. E. KIRSTEN PETERS | Editorial


Power of the pedal

Lately, I've been encouraged to see more bicyclists pedaling their way around town. With the Valley's air quality issues, the increasing childhood obesity rates, and a country-wide emphasis on "greener" power, bicycling is a beneficial activity.

October 18, 2011 | Kristina Hacker | Editorial


Sign of the times: To twirl or not to twirl

It is a sign of the times.

October 14, 2011 | BY DENNIS WYATT Special to the Journal | Editorial


Occupy Wall Street: All bite, no apple

As Occupy Wall Street activists clogged New York's Zuccotti Park protesting "corporate greed" and Occupy SF hit San Francisco's Financial District on Wednesday protesting "corporate greed," the world learned that Steve Jobs, perhaps America's most beloved modern capitalist, had died at age 56.

October 11, 2011 | BY DEBRA SAUNDERS Creators Syndicate | Editorial


A big, blue, acid ocean

Our deep blue has always been engulfed in a rich and remarkable legacy. After all, its Portuguese name "pacifico" was chosen by explorer Ferdinand Magellan to mean peaceful, steady, pacific. But such times are quickly changing.

October 11, 2011 | BY HENNA HUNDAL Youth Columnist | Editorial


The other side of death

"Remembering that I'll be dead soon is the most important tool I've ever encountered to help me make the big choices in life. Because almost everything - all external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure - these things just fall away in the face of death, leaving only what is truly important. Remembering that you are going to die is the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose. You are already naked. There is no reason not to follow your heart."

October 07, 2011 | BY SUSAN ESTRICH Creators Syndicate | Editorial


High speed rail means quicker trip to poor house

The Central Valley Water Project implemented during the Great Recession helped lift the lot of the poor in the San Joaquin Valley by providing the means to turn fields into fertile farmland.

October 07, 2011 | BY DENNIS WYATT Special to the Journal | Editorial


Nothing heroic about same old, same old

If your business was failing, would you keep doing the same thing, or would you try something new?

October 04, 2011 | | Editorial


Not too long ago …

One hundred years seems like a long time in most situations. When someone turns 100 years old, I can't help but marvel at all the technological changes that one person has seen just in his or her lifetime.

September 30, 2011 | Kristina Hacker | Editorial


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Congressional Act of 2016 To Save California

Drive Interstate 5 south toward Los Banos and veer west toward the Pacheco Pass.

December 09, 2016 | BY DENNIS WYATT Turlock Journal | Editorial


Let's restore steelhead in the LA River

"Though the great salmon runs were only in Northern California rivers, steelhead trout were trapped, speared or hooked as they returned to from the sea ...

December 06, 2016 | BY DENNIS WYATT Turlock Journal | Editorial


21st Century Cures Act significant step toward ensuring that those who need help the most get it

Congress has taken a huge step toward bringing our nation's laws in line with modern medicine by passing the 21st Century Cures Act, which ...

December 06, 2016 | By Rep. Jeff Denham | Editorial


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