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Specialty Korean corn dog shop to open in Turlock. What makes the trendy treat different?

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A group of childhood friends from Turlock is sticking it to the frequent Central Valley lament that we get all the latest food trends too late.

Led by Turlock native and Xhale Ultra Lounge owner Romeo Esho, the new restaurant will specialize in Korean corn dogs — a trendy take on the traditional fried fairgrounds favorite with a variety of toppings and fillings.

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Local experts: economic future appears shaky

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Information shared at the first-ever Turlock Business Conference on March 6, about the future of business and the economy could just as well apply to Ceres.

A panel of local experts spoke before over 100 who convened at the Grand Oak Banquet Hall and Event Center and presented statistics from recent years while also predicting future trends and providing their two-cents as to how people should navigate what they expect to be unique economic times.

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Modesto Cannabis Collective is Offering Free Delivery for Orders Over $100 within a 25-mile Radius of Modesto for a Hassle-free Shopping Experience

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Modesto Cannabis Collective, a premier cannabis dispensary store in Modesto, California, is excited to announce its free delivery offer with a $100 minimum order outside of Modesto. This service includes areas within a 25-mile radius of Modesto, including Tracy, Turlock, Manteca, Ripon, Patterson, Ceres, and Riverbank. Through this service, the dispensary ensures that its products are able to reach a wider range of customers who may not have access to the store itself.

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Sustainable seafood restaurant Coho comes to Mill Valley

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The January opening of Coho in Mill Valley provides Marin County with its first fine-dining level establishment that is almost exclusively dedicated to sustainable seafood and seasonal veggies.

Espousing mindful, sustainable, local-sourcing practices is nothing new on Marin menus, but thus far, a lineup fully devoted to seafood has been more prominent in the fast-casual arena (Fish in Sausalito and Hook Fish in Tam Valley) and to restaurants on the banks of Tomales Bay.

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Calling all small business owners and entrepreneurs: Turlock prepares for first funding expo

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Small business owners and entrepreneurs in Turlock will have an opportunity to learn more about funding opportunities at the City of Turlock’s first ever Small Business Funding Expo on Jan. 18.

The event, which is a collaborative effort between the City of Turlock, Valley Sierra Small Business Development Center, Central Valley Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and Stanislaus Equity Partners, hopes to connect members of the public with experts and resources needed to successfully fund or kickstart their endeavors.

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Related Santa Clara Developer To Appeal Decision Over Wages

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A development firm worth $60 billion intends to challenge a state decision that it must pay prevailing wages to workers on its massive project planned for Santa Clara.

The $8 billion Related Santa Clara project, from New York City-based firm The Related Companies, benefits from public subsidies granted by the city.

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What’s all the hype about? Stanislaus’ first Raising Cane’s opens in Modesto

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The gospel of “One Love” and fried chicken has landed in Modesto.

Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers opens its first Modesto and Stanislaus County location Monday, Dec. 19, on Pelandale Avenue.

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Impact Prints encourages ‘little artists’ to share their love of Turlock

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Turlock-based digital printing company, Impact Prints, is encouraging local children ages 3 to 8 years old to submit drawings showcasing their favorite place in Turlock as part of their first-ever Little Artists competition. Participants will have an opportunity to win several prizes, including iPads, art kits and shirts.

Rob Kho and his wife, Maya, are the owners and founders of Impact Prints. Rob explained that he came up with the idea to hold the contest after seeing a decline in children participating in arts and crafts.

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Why don’t we have a …? Top national restaurants not open in Modesto, Stanislaus County

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After a long weekend of home-cooked feasts, many Modesto residents may be looking for a little kitchen relief from the Thanksgiving holiday.

A night out at one of the city’s many locally owned or national chain restaurants is just the break needed after eating turkey leftovers in all its incarnations for days. Still, while Stanislaus County has a host of big-name eateries to choose from, the region doesn’t necessarily have all of the biggest restaurant chains.

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