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The Carnegie Arts Center held a free showing of the highly acclaimed documentary “Miss Representation” on Sunday, drawing in roughly 60 people from around the community.
For years Turlocker Valerie Lamke was stuck working a professional job, dreaming of chocolate. But this year the award-winning chocolatier Lamke hopes to turn her hobby into a full-time profession, leaving her desk job behind to focus on her start-up chocolate company Zuzu Candies.
California State University, Stanislaus invites the campus community and the community-at-large to help decorate pillowcases for veterans in nearby hospitals and care facilities.
The Turlock Chamber of Commerce has provided financial help for local college-bound students interested in agriculture-related studies since 2001. Since then, the scholarship program has awarded approximately 207 scholarships worth over $151,000.
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The young man killed in a Tuesday evening car accident on Monte Vista Avenue has been identified by the Stanislaus County Coroner’s Office as 17-year old Alex Miranda of Turlock.
With St. Patrick’s Day this weekend, the Turlock Police Department reminds all citizens to avoid a driving under the influence arrest by making transportation arrangements prior to celebrating the holiday.
Attention coffee lovers: The Starbucks located on Geer Road will be closed from March 24 to April 4 for remodeling.
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