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Ten days ago, legendary Turlock bar Wellington Station closed forever. This weekend, the new 10 East Kitchen and Tap House will open in its place, with a total makeover and a new focus on upscale casual cuisine and – most importantly to owners – craft beer.
When the Turlock Irrigation District's 2013 irrigation season kicked-off last week, it came with a flood – both of water, and of phone calls. On Wednesday, the first day growers could place orders for water, 590 orders were placed – the fourth highest total in the last 15 years. In the first hour alone 277 orders were placed, with growers waiting on hold for as long as 20 minutes.
As the weather gets warmer and the days become sunnier, many people begin to look towards swimming as a means to stay in shape. Although the City of Turlock's public pools will not open until early summer, the Turlock Aquatic Club will begin their summer session of swimming programs as early as April 8.
Tuesday, 12 March 2013 22:15

Festival on the Green a Hit

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Hundreds of Turlockers gathered to celebrate music and the arts Saturday at the 2nd Annual Festival on the Green. Featuring outstanding musical performances by students of all ages from across the Turlock Unified School District, the Festival on the Green highlighted the talent of young local musicians and artists.
Once again, California State University Stanislaus has received the highest honor a college or university can receive for its continual dedication to community service, civic engagement, and volunteering.
Monday, 11 March 2013 22:43

Turlock Gem Show Sparkles

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The 47th Annual Turlock Gem and Mineral Show rocked the Stanislaus County Fairgrounds last weekend, drawing well over 8,500 people.
Although the unemployment rate in California has been steadily decreasing as the recession wanes, many university students are still wary of the job market that awaits them upon graduation. About 160 of those wary students flocked to the California State University, Stanislaus Career Fair this week, in search of a valuable opportunity to meet and talk with potential employers.