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Coaches remain upbeat about season

The Goblirsch brothers, Clinton and Derrick, aren’t worrying about what they can’t control leading up to the start of the 2019-20 football campaign. The California Interscholastic Federation, the governing body for high school athletics in the state, delayed the start of the season for four-plus months on July 20 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. “We’d… Keep Reading

City to provide weekday distance learning camp

The City of Turlock is presenting an option for parents who may have trouble juggling distance learning and their jobs this fall with a weekday camp that will mimic a school day. Enrollment begins at 8 a.m. Wednesday for the Parks, Recreation and Public Facilities Department’s Distance Learning Camp, which will provide both educational support… Keep Reading

Turlock resident makes impact with healthy drinks

Just over a year ago, Turlock resident Jessica Lozano opened Impact Nutrition 91 with a goal of sharing her passion for health and fitness with the rest of the community. Today, that hope has grown into a loyal customer base whose bodies — and taste buds — benefit from the shop’s variety of healthy treats… Keep Reading

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ICUs Remain Overwhelmed In San Joaquin, Stanislaus Counties

SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY (CBS13) — The coronavirus is showing some signs of slowing down in California, with the exception of the Central Valley, which is now the state’s main hotspot. San Joaquin county reported staggering 402 new cases Monday along with 12 new deaths. The county now has more than 11,885 infections. Hospital ICUs in… Keep Reading

‘A little piece of normal.’ What you can still do through the Stanislaus County library

This time last year, librarian Amber O’Brien-Verhulst was popping Mentos into diet cola to demonstrate the kid-favorite, explosive scientific reaction to a captivated audience on the lawn of the Stanislaus County Library Modesto Branch. This year, the pandemic halted in-person activities, but it hasn’t stopped the library from providing access to their services, books or other materials, though they’re mostly virtual.… Keep Reading

Some Stanislaus County parks closed due to large crowds

Two parks in Waterford are closed Wednesday after officials said too many people were going there and not taking COVID-19 precautions. River Park and Trail Head will be closed through August. The city manager said people have been vandalizing the facilities and littering. The city is putting up “no parking” signs along the property to… Keep Reading

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