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Getting a handle on stress

Stress is a part of life; how you deal with it is what matters. This axiom seems simple enough, but recognizing when stress is overwhelming us and then actually taking steps to reduce its affects is another matter.

September 21, 2012 | Kristina Hacker | Editorial


A Food, Farm and Jobs Bill as soon as possible

After spending much of August out of Washington, Congress is back – and rural America is watching closely, hoping for passage of a Food, Farm and Jobs Bill as soon as possible.

September 18, 2012 | BY U.S. AGRICULTURE SECRETARY TOM VILSACK | Editorial


SB 9 puts lives of criminals above safety

I am a believer in redemption and second chances. However, I also believe there should be consequences for those who commit a crime, especially those who commit cold-blooded murder. Redemption doesn't mean escape from consequences, and those who suggest otherwise are misguided.

September 18, 2012 | BY ASSEMBLYMEMBER KRISTIN OLSEN | Editorial


A few things to consider before voting on Prop. 34

Your son and his 16-year-old best friend are celebrating the fact he just got his driver's license.

September 14, 2012 | | Editorial


Reviving the power of questioning

With the 2012 Presidential Election just around the corner, the American public is caught in the midst of a torrent of propaganda. As the popular trend of politicians fashioning their own facts abounds, folks here and around the nation encounter the same issue: what are we supposed to take to heart?

September 11, 2012 | BY HENNA HUNDAL Youth Columnist | Editorial


Customers put to work

Walter Reuther - a labor leader if there ever was one - was once given a tour of a modernized Ford assembly plant.

September 07, 2012 | BY DENNIS WYATT TURLOCK JOURNAL | Editorial


Democrats honor labor with exception of farm workers

Honor labor.

September 04, 2012 | BY DENNIS WYATT Turlock Journal | Editorial


Getting more out of each gallon of gasoline

It's commonplace to observe that we live in very partisan times. Red versus blue factions dominate our public discussions, and there often seems very little room made for agreement in the middle.

September 04, 2012 | BY DR. E. KIRSTEN PETERS | Editorial


Take our water and give us your garbage

Give us your garbage, your hardcore felons, and your air pollution.

August 31, 2012 | BY DENNIS WYATT Turlock Journal | Editorial


Planning for the future of Turlock

I am in the midst of planning an extended family camping trip - a venture that will, hopefully, include at least six different households and bring cousins together for more than just a few hours of chit chat. Family reunions and get-togethers are nothing new; it's been an American tradition for decades. The trouble I'm encountering is getting my family members to commit to a date that is far enough in the future to guarantee the number of camping sites we'll need in a nice location.

August 28, 2012 | Kristina Hacker | Editorial


Can’t find a job? Learn Spanish

Sarah is frustrated.

August 24, 2012 | BY DENNIS WYATT TURLOCK JOURNAL | Editorial


Sugar taxes: The real goal to fatten government coffers

Sugar taxes are not about health.

August 21, 2012 | BY DENNIS WYATT TURLOCK JOURNAL | Editorial


Valley keeps getting short end of stick

What did the San Joaquin Valley do wrong?

August 17, 2012 | BY DENNIS WYATT TURLOCK JOURNAL | Editorial


Fairs, farmers key partners with local food banks

The success of food banks is based on relationships in local communities with individuals, faith-based organizations, retailers and food service businesses -just to name a few. Additional partnerships with food producers and processors assist with sourcing local, fresh foods that can be provided to needy families. Some of these relationships have innovative roots, and fairs are an example of that.

August 16, 2012 | | Editorial


State parks worth fighting for

Whenever I travel back to my hometown in Indiana, the first thing I notice as the airplane makes its decent into Indianapolis is the vast swath of green that seems to cover the entire state. You don't realize how few trees actually grow naturally in California's Central Valley until you see an aerial view of Midwest lushness.

August 14, 2012 | Kristina Hacker | Editorial


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Time to double what's coming down the tracks

Get ready for more trains.

October 10, 2014 | BY DENNIS WYATT Turlock Journal | Editorial


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