Fulkerth and Tuolumne roads are currently blocked by a train at Golden State Boulevard. According Turlock police spokesperson Sgt. Russ Holeman, a bicyclist was hit by a train at the Fulkerth Road and Golden State Boulevard railroad crossing.
What is considered by many people to be a mysterious, if not downright creepy, old house, is actually nothing more than a massive annoyance and headache for owner Dennis Roach, 74. Roach said the house has been ransacked and broken into a half-dozen times since March, and during the latest break-in burglars stole thousands of dollars in lawn care equipment, including his Craftsman riding lawn mower and weed trimmer. The thieves also cut the power to the house, which was meant as a deterrent to would-be intruders.
The Stanislaus County Fairgrounds invites one and all to “Imagine the Savings” this year starting Friday, July 11 and running for 10 days. Discounted admission tickets and unlimited ride wristbands are still on sale until 7 p.m. tonight. There are a number of additional discounts and promotions available during the week of the fair. On Friday, July 11, if you bring 2 canned food items to benefit United Samaritans, you get $2 off one adult admission ticket — sponsored by the Modesto Bee. The first 1,000 guests will also receive gifts from the Modesto Bee.
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