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Emanuel Medical Center will offer a number of classes and support groups this month, helping those suffering from grief or cancer, preparing to be a mother, or in search of some basic healthcare skills.
Thousands of Turlockers were startled awake by an unexpected, 6 a.m. wake-up call Friday morning. On the other end of the line was Turlock Unified School District Superintendent Sonny Da Marto announcing this Saturday's Festival in the Green, a daylong celebration of TUSD music programs.
The Stanislaus County Fair has been recognized yet again for its outstanding social marketing efforts. On Wednesday, the Stanislaus County Fair was announced as a finalist in Twitter: Marketing Campaign category of the PR News Social Media Icon Awards.
Hundreds of local students gathered at California State University Stanislaus on Saturday for the 27th annual Stanislaus County Regional Science Olympiad. A whopping 21 middle school teams and 16 high school teams, with up to 15 students each, participated in the Stanislaus County Regional Science Olympiad. No Turlock schools fielded a team.
The job market can be a tough place for newly graduated college students. But with all the uncertainty that surrounds graduating college students, one thing is certain – the California State University, Stanislaus Career Fair can offer a helping hand.
As the sun beats down on homes, residents turn on their air conditioners. Those energy hog air conditioners can make electric bills go sky high. But those costs could be avoided by planting a shade tree or two, Turlock Irrigation District representatives say.
As National Eating Disorder Awareness Week is recognized across the United States, Jessie Newell, personal trainer and owner of AbSolution in Turlock, says she believes eating disorders are on the rise.