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Charter customers are dealing with an outage affecting multiple areas. Charter representatives have indicated that there have been outages affecting Escalon and Turlock.
Turlock now has its own See’s Candies, a permanent shop and not just a temporary seasonal location. While See’s Candies has opened up shop in Turlock previously, the locations have been seasonal for the holidays. This is the first shop that will be making its home in Turlock permanent. Doors are opening just in time for the Christmas season, too.
Winter officially begins on Dec. 21, but a coat drive for kids is underway as some children in the Turlock area need a coat or jacket. Community organizations around Turlock are doing their best to help children enjoy their holidays and bear the winter weather. Westside Ministries is holding its annual coat drive, Coats 4 Kids.
Foster Farms is holding “on-the-spot” interviews for their busy season today. As Turlockers brace themselves for the upcoming holiday season, businesses in town are also preparing for the demands of the holiday season. Foster Farms, one of Turlock’s largest employers, is currently holding a job fair to fulfill the demands of one of their busiest seasons.
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We hear Hollywood is in Turlock, tonight! 
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.
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