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Kelly Wilbur - kelly@turlockcitynews.com

Kelly Wilbur - kelly@turlockcitynews.com

Kelly Wilbur was born and raised in the Central Valley. She has been writing blogs and short stories since a young age, and has had aspirations for a career in writing and journalism dating back to the age of 15.

She recently graduated CSU Stanislaus with a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology and hopes to use her writing to help inform the public.

She is a lover of proper syntax and correct grammar, with English as one of her favorite subjects in school.

In her spare time, Kelly maintains a blog and works to maintain a healthy lifestyle while encouraging others to value the uniqueness of every individual.

She also has experience using Adobe programs such as InDesign and Photoshop, and prides herself in being right-brained.
A national craze of “creepy clowns” being spotted in public began a few months ago throughout the East Coast, and now just 3 weeks before Halloween, they have made their way to the Central Valley. “Creepy clowns” is a phenomenon that started in South Carolina sometime around August, according to a news report by Fox11 in Los Angeles.
Thursday, 29 September 2016 17:26

Turlock Man Arrested for Child Pornography

The Turlock Police Department arrested a Turlocker for possession and distribution of child pornography. On Thursday, Turlock Police Detectives arrested Gary Bishop, a 42 year old male from Turlock, after an investigation led to the discovery of over 10,000 images of child pornography. 
California State University, Stanislaus Warriors and Alum have reason to celebrate as they have found themselves on yet another high ranking list. U.S. News & World Report first placed Stanislaus State on its list of top public universities in the West region 21 years ago, and it’s now a streak that shows no sign of ending.
Turlock and the rest of the nation will always remember when America came together on September 11, 2001, as a terrorist attack struck the nation. Within hours, more than 2,600 people died at the World Trade Center, 125 died at the Pentagon, and 256 died on the four planes. The death toll surpassed that at Pearl Harbor in December 1941, according to the 911 Commission Report.
Turlock resident and Combat Infantry Veteran, Cory Smith, is hosting his 5th Annual Red, White, and Blue Run. The first year that Smith started this run, it was just himself and a fellow marine vet. Last year, nearly 500 people participated in the run, and the donations have doubled in amount each year.
There may be potential traffic delays around Pitman High School on September 6 and September 7. Mountain View Road, Roberts Road, and the eastbound lanes of Christoffersen Parkway are being resurfaced.
Friday, 02 September 2016 07:07

Horses Still Running at Turlock Turf Club

You bet the Turf Club will have horse racing at the Stanislaus County Fairgrounds, for now. Stanislaus County Fair officials announced that the Turf Club will be rented to Northern California Off Track, Inc. to run the satellite horse racing facility in Turlock.
At approximately 3 p.m., Turlock police and Turlock firefighters responded to the scene of a possible collision between a vehicle and pedestrian at the corner of East Olive Avenue and North Palm. Emergency crews are currently performing CPR on a person after being allegedly struck by a white Toyota.
The Turlock Chamber of Commerce is allowing members of Turlock to discuss the economy over breakfast in their Eggs, Issues & Economics event. During this event, Turlockers are invited to hear two featured speakers, Joe Raso and Bree Langemo, to share “critical steps to becoming informed, inspired, and innovative.”
Participants for the third year of Dancing With the Turlock Stars have been announced, and the competition is in full swing. Members of the community are set to compete alongside seasoned dancers in order to benefit local charities and organizations, Covenant Care Hospice, Jessica's House, and the Turlock Salvation Army.
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