Order by
Advanced Search
Lindsey Rose - lindsey@turlockcitynews.com

Lindsey Rose - lindsey@turlockcitynews.com

Lindsey Rose grew up in different areas around the valley, and comes from a livestock and agricultural upbring. She has been aspiring a career in Television Broadcast Journalism since graduating high school.

Currently enrolled at Modesto Junior College, Lindsey will be transferring to California State University of Stanislaus in the spring of 2017 after receiving an Associate's Degree in Human Communications with an emphasis on Intercultural Communications.

With English and Political Economics being her favorite subjects, she see’s herself furthering her education in those particular subjects. In the future she plans to pursue her ongoing interest in Transnational Communication issues, and the efficiency of the current International Relations efforts.

When she is not attending school, Lindsey keeps herself busy with two jobs and lends a helping hand to her family's cattle ranch. She encourages individuals to not just live in their community, but to participate in every aspect of it. 
Turlock will once again celebrate Independence Day with the annual 4th of July Fireworks Show hosted by California State University, Stanislaus. Last year, Turlock and the surrounding region came together to celebrate Independence Day and to enjoy the much anticipated annual fireworks show’s return to the Stan State location, instead of the Stanislaus County Fairgrounds show.
Turlock High School’s Louise Marchant Gymnasium has been undergoing a complete renovation makeover and crews are taking it to a whole other level with an elevator installation.
This year’s 4th of July in Turlock is going to be a blast with a full day of entertainment and festivities in Downtown Turlock, while the nighttime fireworks show will take place at the campus of California State University, Stanislaus!
Water polo, Dual Immersion, and other unique programs are among the reasons the Turlock Unified School District has garnered a population of over 13,000 students. For those wanting to be part of the TUSD, enrollment dates for new Transitional Kindergarten through sixth grade are quickly approaching.
Yesterday, kittens trapped within the attic of an apartment complex found safety when Turlock firefighters rescued them from the scene. Early in the afternoon, the Turlock Fire Department responded to a report of kittens trapped in the attic of an apartment complex on 381 W. Hawkeye. 
Saturday, 28 May 2016 17:23

TFD Shares Grilling Safety Tips

As the Memorial Day Weekend festivities approach, the Turlock Fire Department’s Facebook page has shared some outdoor grilling safety tips to keep you and your guests safe!