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TURLOCK WOMEN’S MARCH

Members of the community gathered at Rotary Park on Saturday to celebrate women and show solidarity in the fight for equal rights at the inaugural Turlock Women’s March. The event, organized by Turlocker Caryn Kyte, saw individuals of all ages and genders march along the sidewalks near Stanislaus State, holding signs such as “Real Men… Keep Reading

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Local nonprofits struggling in wake of fundraiser cancellations

The Turlock community is known for its tendency to give back to nonprofits in big ways, whether it’s by supporting the city’s “stars” as they sashay on stage or through dashing around an event center with a red kettle in their hand. This year, however, there haven’t been many opportunities for Turlock’s most generous residents… Keep Reading

More power shutoffs probable: some Plumas residents impacted

PG&E announced that high fire-risk conditions are expected to arrive Wednesday evening, Oct. 21 in Northern California and continue through Friday morning, Oct. 24, impacting 50,000 people in 19 counties including 353 in Plumas County as of now. Sheriff Todd Johns said that those customers include residents in the La Porte/Little Grass Valley Reservoir areas,… Keep Reading

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Today’s Turlock Eats

Eating out has been a well-mourned commodity since the COVID-19 pandemic shut down social systems and immune systems alike.  Many small businesses in the area have been severely impacted, and some have gone under due to the temporary shut-down and subsequent lack of indoor eating accommodations. Others have still managed to survive by delivering or… Keep Reading

SCAN Health Plan Earns 4.5-Star Medicare Rating for Fourth Straight Year, Named to U.S. News Best List for Third Straight Year

LONG BEACH, Calif., Oct. 19, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- As millions of seniors across California select Medicare Advantage plans for the coming year, SCAN Health Plan®, one of the nation's largest not-for-profit Medicare Advantage plans, earned a series of accolades reflecting SCAN's unending commitment to keeping older adults healthy and independent. First, SCAN received a 4.5-star rating* from the Centers for… Keep Reading

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October 16, 2020: Trick-or-Treating and Election Ballot Boxes

Stanislaus County moves into Red Tier Stanislaus County has been given the approval by the California Department of Public Health to move down one tier in the Blueprint for a Safer Economy, clearing the path for businesses to expand operations or in some instances reopen their doors. The primary changes allowed under the state order… Keep Reading

Natomas Unified School District sets re-opening plan

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The Natomas Unified School District is paving the way to re-opening in-person school instruction, its board of trustees announced Thursday. The district plans to use a phased approach to returning to the classroom with students possibly resuming on-campus learning as soon as Nov. 16, the district said. Six benchmarks would need to be… Keep Reading

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