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While some of the roads around California State University, Stanislaus may not be great for cyclists, the University does offer a Class I bike lane, or a bike lane that is completely segregated from motor traffic, surrounding a large portion of the campus.
Spring is in the air, which may or may not be a good thing for those suffering from allergies. Sneezing aside, spring brings beautiful colors and landscape when it rolls through Turlock, including this poppy field near the edge of town.
No parking signs line Drew Avenue between Pedras and Tuolumne roads due to some ongoing construction in the area. The City of Turlock awarded Rolfe Construction of Atwater the bid to make Drew Avenue improvements, which includes replacement of a failing sewer main pipe and installing storm drain improvements.
It’s not a secret that Turlock is full of San Francisco Giants fans, however at least one made their way to Arizona. A Giants fan holding a “What’s Up Turlock?!” sign was captured by the camera during last night’s game against the Arizona Diamondbacks, in Phoenix.
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California State University, Stanislaus recently changed the large sign at the edge of campus, on the corner of Monte Vista Avenue and Geer Road — and rightfully so. In recent months, CSU Stanislaus has been “celebrating success,” after receiving several very high honors, including being ranked one of the top universities in the west.
The soon to open Edible Arrangements, which is coming to the Blossom Valley Plaza at 2842 Geer Rd., is finally taking shape. Edible Arrangements now has a sign up and the inside has a counter built, nearly ready to open its doors.
As part of Google’s annual tradition of announcing many ridiculous new features or products for April Fools’ Day, Google Maps users can now play Pac-Man through the streets of nearly any town. While many may opt for the whackier designs of big cities, you can also play the classic game right through the streets of Downtown Turlock.