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Thousands of people joined together at the Stanislaus County Fairgrounds on Saturday for the Annual Turlock Gun Show, hosted by Code of the West Productions.
Updated: Bolt's life will be spared, but the Alaskan Malamute accused of biting two Turlock women will not be reunited with his owner.
A new art exhibition has decked the walls of Turlock City Hall with inspiring images of the city's most famous former resident – San Francisco 49ers Quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who graduated from Pitman High School.
Though hundreds of Blockbuster stores are closing across the nation, the Turlock video store has survived yet another round of cuts. Locally, two Blockbuster stores in Modesto and one in Manteca are slated to close. But a Turlock Blockbuster manager, who wished to remain anonymous, said that the Turlock store would be unaffected.
Although Girl Scout cookies may be the nemesis of many New Year's resolutions, the yummy treats are more than just delicious little pieces of heaven. Girl Scout cookie sales help young girls gain valuable skills by interacting directly with customers.
In a unanimous decision, the Turlock Unified School District Board of Trustees voted Tuesday to hire three new library technicians for the district. The decision will mean more library time for elementary school children throughout the City of Turlock.
Emanuel Medical Center has reached an agreement to be sold, hospital officials announced Thursday. Tenet Healthcare Corporation, a Dallas-based investor-owned healthcare company, will purchase Turlock's only hospital. The purchase price was not disclosed, but the sale will see Tenet own the hospital “outright,” according to Jeff Koury, senior vice president for Tenet’s California region.