Community protests molesters being released in the county

Stanislaus County District Attorney Jeff Laugero said Friday that he’s confident the decision to release two sexually violent predators into the rural Turlock community will be reversed when the issue comes before a judge next month. Laugero, along with Turlock Police Chief Jason Hedden, state Sen. Marie Alvarado-Gil (D-Jackson), Sheriff’s Detective Raj Singh, County Supervisor… Keep Reading

Increased demand helps organic walnuts

Certified organic crops typically earn a higher price than their conventional counterparts, but for struggling California walnut growers, the organic premiums have not necessarily translated to higher profits. The price of conventional walnuts has plunged to record-low levels in recent years, dragging down organic walnut prices. At the same time, “a steady increase in supply”… Keep Reading

Seniors helping seniors

A group of Covenant Living of Turlock residents volunteered their time on Tuesday afternoon to make care packages for area seniors in need. The care packages are part of a Love Stanislaus project that annually sees local businesses, nonprofit organizations and community members come together to help give senior citizens in need a few necessities… Keep Reading

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