Business gives back through quarantine craft

When 22-year-old Sammie Wilkinson was sent home from school at the University of California, Irvine, due to the coronavirus pandemic, she took up a hobby that has now become a small business with a purpose. The Turlock native is now the founder and owner of Resin with Reason — an internet shop offering handmade coasters,… Keep Reading

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Pitman, Turlock ready to break Harvest Bowl tie

As the Sac-Joaquin Section heads into its final week of high school football, Denair is looking to end the season on a positive note while the crosstown rivalry between Turlock and Pitman heats up ahead of the first Harvest Bowl to take place in the spring.  The Bulldogs (4-0) continued their undefeated season last Friday… Keep Reading

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Why COVID Hit Women Harder in Stanislaus County, Calif.

Gaby Martinez had been working for the Stanislaus Public Library for years, and she loved her job in the youth services division. She got to connect with students and parents, promote early literacy and even work with the maximum security wing of a juvenile detention center to give books to incarcerated young adults.  But when… Keep Reading

California could re-open by June 15

Gov. Gavin Newsom announced on Tuesday that the entire state would be able to re-open without many of the COVID-19 restrictions by mid-June, as long as the vaccine supply is sufficient and the hospital rate remains low. A statewide mask mandate would likely remain, but other restrictions detailed in the Blueprint for a Safer Economy… Keep Reading

Portable picnic company offers luxurious lunches

Influencers and entertainers in search of an Instagram worthy get-together need look no further than a Turlock business that’s putting a luxurious spin on the age-old picnic.  Perez Picnics & Platters can turn any setting from drab to fab, whether it's a park in town or your own backyard. Turlock resident and Pitman High School… Keep Reading

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