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Homeless Outreach Effort In Riverbank

The Stanislaus County Outreach and Engagement Team hit the streets of Riverbank last Friday morning, Sept. 18 to assist the homeless individuals. Vice Mayor Luis Uribe contacted the group to aid the less fortunate after volunteering with Christian Food Sharing earlier this month. The team visited several locations in Riverbank including the Scout Hall, St.… Keep Reading

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Fresno, Calif., Sept. 23, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Foster Farms is committed to the health and welfare of its employees as it continues to respond to the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. The company has completed extensive COVID-19 testing of workers at its turkey processing facilities in Stanislaus County and at its chicken processing facilities in… Keep Reading

TUSD clarifies community questions on school reopening

After the first draft of Turlock Unified School District’s reopening plan was presented to the Board of Trustees last week, a virtual community forum held Monday night saw administrators answer a variety of questions from those both for and against returning to in-person instruction.  TUSD students have been participating in distance learning since March, when… Keep Reading

Secondhand boutique moving into permanent downtown home

After just under a year of providing the community with an affordable option when it comes to clothing, consignment boutique Little Red Door is preparing to open its own brick-and-mortar location in downtown Turlock.  Little Red Door opened last fall as just a small space inside of downtown shop Rustic Roots — a humble beginning… Keep Reading

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Stanislaus’ positive rate stays low. Two more deaths

Stanislaus County announced two more deaths to the virus Monday, for a total of 337 since the pandemic started. The county had 32 new positives tests, bringing the total to 16,351, the Health Services Agency reported. Another 84,588 residents have tested negative, and 15,589 are presumed recovered. Monday’s positive rate of 6.75% was down from 7.13% the… Keep Reading

Stanislaus National Forest reopens after two-week closure

The Stanislaus National Forest, closed two weeks ago by federal authorities due to the threat of wildfires, is open again for day use from dawn to sundown with no fires allowed anywhere in the 1,400-square-mile area, which includes 42 percent of the land in Tuolumne County and 11 percent of Calaveras County. An updated closure… Keep Reading

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