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Those familiar, twisty, energy-efficient compact florescent lightbulbs hadn't even been invented in the 1950s. But by riffing on the familiar style of 1950s sitcoms, a team of Pitman High School students designed an award-winning public service announcement discussing the benefits of CFLs.
Students at California State University, Stanislaus gathered together Wednesday to celebrate the legacy of farm worker, labor leader and civil rights activist Cesar Chavez.
A lifetime educator, Rosemary Ann Silva spent the majority of her career helping teachers within the Central Valley earn and renew their credentials. After her passing, Silva’s family decided to remember her legacy with a posthumous gift to aid credential students at California State University, Stanislaus.
Twenty-seven hopeful candidates participated in the 47th annual Distinguished Young Women of Turlock competition – formerly known as Jr. Miss – on Saturday.
Civil rights activist and world-renowned poet Nikki Giovanni visited California State University Stanislaus this weekend,holding a series of free, open events for the academic community.
Wednesday, 27 March 2013 10:16

Every 15 Minutes Taking Place in Turlock Today

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People questioning the unusually high amounts of police and fire vehicles, ambulances, helicopters, and sirens this morning around the city; they may be involved in the Every 15 Minutes program.  Every 15 Minutes, an event designed to dramatically instill teenagers with the potentially dangerous consequences of drinking alcohol and texting while driving, is taking place in Turlock, today.
Interested in a summer job? The City of Turlock is currently seeking lifeguards and swim instructors for the summer months.