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From building robots to constructing computers from scratch, Turlock High Sophomore Karla Moreno, 15, has had major technical accomplishments – including her flashing LED hat.
The popular Turlock frozen yogurt shop The House of Yogurt is currently undergoing renovations, set to finish by May 1. While the work is mostly cosmetic improvements, the popular yogurt shop will also gain a new juice bar in the renovations, House of Yogurt Owner Suzette Oliveira said.
Emanuel Medical Center will offer a number of classes and support groups this month, helping those suffering from grief or cancer, preparing to be a mother, or in search of some basic healthcare skills.
A new, interdisciplinary committee at California State University, Stanislaus is dedicated to preventing crime and violence. The Crime Violence Prevention Team exists to identify, monitor and provide resources to individuals who display behaviors that cause concern for the welfare of the individual or university community.
Thanks to the United States Department of Agriculture Watershed Management Internship, several CSU Stanislaus students are gaining real-world experience in environmental sciences and management.
California State University Stanislaus students and faculty members gathered on campus Wednesday to help decorate pillowcases for veterans. “We had numerous students throughout the day just stop by and decorate a pillow that will go to a veteran in a local care facility,” said Mami Trussell, Coordinator of the Pillowcases for Veterans event and CSU Stanislaus Enrollment Services employee. “We would also really like for the community to get involved in this effort.”
A new Turlock Unified School District program will help at-risk 9th and 10th graders at both Pitman and Turlock High Schools, the TUSD Board of Trustees heard Tuesday.