If the new year is bringing on a case of wanderlust, then a trip to the coast for some whale-watching might be just the cure needed.
Patricia Butler of Ceres never expected to hear "Come on down!" while sitting in the audience of the "Price is Right" TV game show. She also did not expect to be called to contestants' row. She did not expect to make her way onto stage to clutch onto the arm of emcee Drew Carey. And she certainly didn't expect to walk away as the winner of a brand-new Dodge Nitro.
The Colgate Country Showdown - set for Nashville on Jan. 13, 2011 - may prove to be the catalyst to shoot lifelong Ceres resident Greg Scudder into the orbit of country music fame.
Central Valley populations of Chinook salmon are making their yearly run up the Stanislaus and Tuolumne rivers, and the East Stanislaus Resource Conservation District is ready to celebrate. The second annual Stanislaus River Salmon Festival will both celebrate the return of the salmon and educate the public about conservation.Local salmon populations make their way from the Pacific Ocean up river to mate and lay eggs this time of year. ...
For a fourth year, the American Red Cross and Pitney Bowes Inc. are teaming up for the Holiday Mail for Heroes program that will deliver holiday cards to service members, their families and veterans, many of whom will be far from home this holiday season. The program provides Americans with the opportunity to send holiday greetings and a note of thanks to the men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces. <span ...
Lodi High School students got a better understanding of the cheese making process Thursday during a new educational tour at Hilmar Cheese Company.
The tough guy and stoic image of the motorcyclist is taking a back seat for two days as riders around California don pink tutus for a charity ride benefiting the Special Olympics organization in Northern California.
Amanda Schulte has a new lease on life thanks to a heart and double-lung transplant she received last month.
Residents of the Westside of Stanislaus County are taking health into their own hands with some help from the West Side Health Care Advisory Task Force. Fed up with the lack of health services in the area, these newfound fitness freaks are challenging themselves and others to lose weight and get healthy with their own "biggest loser" competition. Seven ...
What do you do with giant metal dinosaurs after your plans to create a Dinosaurland race track fall flat?
While most Americans are content to celebrate the "bombs bursting in air" portion of the Fourth of July holiday with a few fireworks, Atwater's Castle Air Museum is celebrating Independence Day with a much larger bomb.
Learning how to milk a cow, scan ear tags and dress like a farmer are just some of the things visitors can experience at the new interactive dairy exhibit at the Hilmar Cheese Company.
The fourth annual Pick and Gather at Riverdance Farms and Merced River Fair offers attendees the chance to reconnect with where their food comes from this weekend at a farm festival.
As the Food 4 Thought pilot program wrapped up its final delivery at Campus Park Elementary School in Livingston on Friday, students were surprised by a visit from the Foster Farms Foster Impostor chicken. The six foot tall chicken took photos with children and gave each member of the Food 4 Thought program a certificate and a T-shirt for participating.
The Spiritual Church of Turlock hopes to introduce the community to holistic lifestyle options and alternative medicine at their Intuition and Holistic Expo today. The expo will also feature intuitive and tarot readers, healers and vendors. The keynote speaker for the day will be Belinda Bentley, a Sacramento psychic who has appeared on several television shows, in magazines and on the radio.
Visitors may be drawn to Atwater's Castle Air Museum by the rare aircraft on display, from a stealthy SR-71 Blackbird to the massive Boeing B-52D Stratofortress.
Nearly two years ago Turlocker Freddie Gomez-Mercado was having a rough time with his life. He was just out of incarceration, and it took him the better part of six frustrating months to find a job with the Turlock plant Valley Fresh. Unfortunately six months after he was hired Valley Fresh announced it was moving to another state and Gomez-Mercado was once again out of work and down on his life situation.
With the 60th Annual Oakdale Rodeo going on this weekend, you don't want to miss out on all the fun. Whether you're a seasoned spectator or a "greenhorn" like me, you'll want to know what to keep your eye on and how to follow all the action in the arena.
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