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While many have been anxiously waiting to hear the outcome of the much debated Bolt case, involving two women being bit in the face by an Alaskan Malamute, the hearing held for January 16th was postponed in order to allow more review for the parties involved.

Turlock native and Vietnam combat veteran Rufino “Joe” Centeno received the Combat Infantryman Badge (CIB) among other awards and decorations earned for his distinguished service during the Vietnam War in 1968. For unknown reasons, he did not receive these awards following his discharge from the armed services. U.S. Representative Jeff Denham (R- Turlock) honored Centeno by presenting the CIB and other awards early last week.

California State University, Stanislaus criminology professor Haun Gao has recently begun conducting research on juvenile gang activity in the Central Valley. Using information gathered from interviews, and from local and county criminal justice agencies, Gao seeks to obtain information regarding gang members’ backgrounds, risk factors, territories, arrests and convictions.

This Christmas season, Turlock Together, a voluntary cooperation of ministries, business, non-profit organizations, schools, service clubs, and community members, joined together once again to serve over 1,000 families within the Turlock community and surrounding areas.

You may have noticed a change in design to your Turlock Irrigation District bill in the past month. Also, your TID electric bill’s envelope in which it will be delivered will be changed in the coming months. The bill will no longer arrive in the brown envelope commonly associated with TID, but instead will be delivered in a white, double-window envelope.

Turlock Together is a voluntary cooperation of ministries, businesses, non-profit organizations, schools, service clubs, and community members working together to collect and distribute food and toys to families in need during the Christmas season.