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Veterans, elected officials, and community members gathered at Turlock Memorial Park this morning for the Turlock Memorial Day Service. Regardless of where they came from and whether they were veterans or not, many of those gathered at the service were bound by a sense of loss from a family member or friend that that gave some or all when they went to war.
With the kind of heat expected this week, Turlock residents will need a place to cool down. Luckily for Turlock residents, the spray parks are currently open 7 days a week.
After honoring fallen servicemen on Memorial Day this morning, local veterans and their families came together for a community barbeque.
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. 
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John H. Pitman High School, Stanislaus State University, and Turlock High School all honored their respective graduates in their school commencement ceremonies.
Summer vacation is approaching for many Turlock families, and, as some go on vacation, others are at home with nothing to do. During this summer season, City of Turlock Parks, Recreation & Public Facilities Department has self-defense classes available for the community.
Thanks to the undying faith and perseverance of his owner, and the help of concerned members of the community, a Turlock resident was reunited with his pet tortoise. 
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