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Robber lets customer pay, then takes money

The Turlock Police Department is investigating a robbery in which the robber took money from a convenience store, then let a customer make their purchase and afterwards took that money from the clerk. The robbery happened at 4:42 a.m. Friday at the Arco AM/PM in the 2200 block of Lander Avenue. Continue Reading on Turlock… Keep Reading

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The City of Turlock’s Veterans Day celebration took place at a new location this year, but support for those who have served was at an all-time high.  U.S. military members past and present were honored during a special ceremony at the Turlock Regional Sports Complex on Thursday morning, where high school performers, local dignitaries and… Keep Reading

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Council approves contract for roads program to begin

The Roads Initiative Program is officially underway in Turlock after the City Council on Tuesday approved nearly $1 million in Measure A funding to be used for its professional planning and preliminary design.  In a split vote, with Councilmembers Nicole Larson and Andrew Nosrati dissenting, an agreement with Michael Baker International, Inc. in the amount… Keep Reading

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Turlock to honor veterans with annual ceremony

The City of Turlock will acknowledge and celebrate veterans on Thursday as part of its annual ceremony, but this year the longtime event moves to a new location to allow even more participants. At 10 a.m. Thursday, community members, veterans and local dignitaries will gather at the Turlock Regional Sports Complex for a morning of… Keep Reading

TUSD welcomes alumni to help further equity initiatives

In an effort to make sure that all students have equal access to resources and educational support, the Turlock Unified School District has hired a new equity coordinator. The TUSD Board of Trustees approved Angélica Cárdenas Ayala for the position of Coordinator of Equity Initiatives, effective Wednesday. Ayala’s background includes an MA in Education, Counseling… Keep Reading

Hans Visser: 50 years of City service

Residents driving past some of Turlock’s largest sycamore trees or the grassy shores of Donnelly Park may not know what these beloved landmarks looked like 50 years ago, but City of Turlock employee Hans Visser does.  The senior maintenance worker in the Parks, Recreation and Public Facilities department was recently honored by the City Council… Keep Reading

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