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Eric Escalante - eric@turlockcitynews.com

Eric Escalante - eric@turlockcitynews.com

Eric Escalante is a writer versed in research methodology, phonetics, syntax, and literary analysis.

At TurlockCityNews.com, he has written on the topics of Education, Government, and community events. He has also written on social, economic, and cultural dynamics, language in literature, and concepts of identity in regard to literature, gender, and race.

Escalante graduated from University of California, Berkeley with a Major in English and Minor in Linguistics. He served as an editor for the Comparative Literature Undergraduate Journal, Berkeley Fiction Review, and as a writer/editor for Spoon University.

In his spare time, Escalante watches WWE Monday Night Raw, a childhood passion of his. He also composes music, makes homemade pizzas, and reads novels.
 
Renegade Brewing Supplies, a new business coming to Turlock, is bringing a passion for homebrewing and waging “special warfare” against bad beer.
The Turlock Police Department has set up a perimeter near the intersection of Colorado Avenue and Marshall Road near Turlock High School. Police officers are in the area searching for a subject that brandished a gun at Sunnyview Park at approximately 2:24 p.m.
Saturday, 06 May 2017 20:39

At-Risk 82 Year-old Turlock Man Missing

The Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department is asking for the public’s help in finding an at-risk missing person from Turlock. John Louis Silveira, 82, was last seen at 1 p.m., near his residency at St. Francis Assisted Care, located in the 100 block of 20th Century Boulevard in Turlock.
The Turlock Police Department is asking for the community's help in seeking the whereabouts of Joe Silveira Vieira, a missing at-risk adult. Vieira is described as a 52 year old white male and was last seen within Turlock around 10 a.m. on Apr. 27, driving his white 1994 Dodge Ram 2500 single cab pickup.
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Farm House, a local downtown business, is seeking the community's help in finding their missing windmill “mascot.” Noticeable for its unique presence outside Farm House and its placement on the business’s Facebook profile photo, the windmill acts as a mascot for the downtown business. However, after being left out overnight, their mascot is no longer there. 
The rivalry between the Turlock High School Bulldogs and Pitman High School Pride will be heating up as the culinary action spills to the outside for a battle of barbeque in this year’s Iron Chef competition. Pride and Bulldogs will have one hour to prepare three meals for five judges in the 4th edition of the annual contest. However, as with previous years, the challenge in Turlock’s iteration of Iron Chef, an event and fundraiser put on by Turlock Education Foundation, continues to evolve.
Construction of a new downtown commercial building for the relocation of Malek Chiropractic was recently completed to replace the burned down Red Steer Restaurant, and someone already tried to burglarize the business. The burglary occurred at approximately 3:45 a.m. on Apr. 19, when a man broke the glass on the front door of the commercial building located on the 200 block of Golden State Boulevard, according to Turlock Police Department Spokesman Sergeant Neil Cervenka.
Polarizing and often outspoken, conservative writer and pro-Trump advocate Ann Coulter will be the special guest speaker for this year’s annual Lincoln Day Dinner put on by the Republican Party of Stanislaus County. Notable for the recent controversy that initially saw her speaking event cancelled at University of California, Berkeley, the home of the free speech movement, Coulter is set to speak at the Lincoln Day Dinner only a day after the initial UC Berkeley event. 
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Turlock and the surrounding area are currently experiencing another widespread and long-lasting outage of Charter services. This outage is not statewide, however, it is regional. Video, internet, and phone services have been impacted in the outage. There is currently no timetable for when services will be returned. Services have been down since approximately 1:30 p.m.
Charter customers are dealing with an outage affecting multiple areas in the Central Valley, and reportedly throughout California. Charter representatives have indicated that there have been outages affecting the Turlock area.
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