FEATURES:    LOST PETS   |  JOB WATCH  |  LOCAL VOCALS  |  OBITUARIES  |  COMMENTS   |  AROUND TURLOCK   |  COMMUNITY POSTS  |  CAMPUS NEWS
  

        
ADVERTISEMENT - ARTICLE CONTINUED BELOW
Turlock Poker wptdeepstacks series champion header 06 16 14
Order by
Advanced Search
Today, Sergio Alvarado announced his intention to run for Turlock City Council in the November 2014 General Election. Alvarado, a 35-year-old U.S. Postal Service worker, currently serves as a member of the Turlock Parks, Arts, and Recreation Commission. He has been a resident of Turlock for the last six years.
A trio of females who refused to pay their cab fare on early Sunday morning were arrested in Turlock for charges including drunk in public and battery. Turlock police responded to the 3500 block of Crowell Road around 2:02 a.m. on Sunday on a report of subjects refusing to pay their cab fare.
The Stanislaus County Coroner’s Office has identified the victim in Saturday’s train accident that killed a Turlock bicyclist. The victim has been identified as David Sanchez, 39, of Turlock.
For those who live in the Stanislaus County, as well as pretty much the entire San Joaquin Valley, the unemployment rate is a reminder of how slim the pickings are in the local job market. According to Employment Development Department, in June the county’s unemployment rate remained at 11.1 percent, the same as it had been in May. While not improving month-to-month, it has improved about 2 percent from June of last year when the rate was 13.3 percent.

What was expected to be a City Council discussion about Taco Bell has now become a discussion about McDonald’s. Tuesday the Turlock City Council will come together to discuss approving a reimbursement agreement between McDonald’s and the City of Turlock, in the amount of $413,156.20 for construction of East Avenue Public Improvements where a new Mcdonald’s is set to be built.

In a near-capacity Turlock Irrigation District Board Room, the TID Board of Directors unanimously passed a resolution reaffirming its desire to use treated water from the City of Turlock at their first night meeting. With the current drought, unpredictable hydrology, and future legislation, TID fears it could lose some of its water that has been in ample supply in previous years.
A pair of juveniles were caught by Turlock police Thursday afternoon after allegedly stealing a wallet from a woman at McDonald’s. According Turlock police spokesperson Officer Mayra Lewis, the woman was eating near the play area at the McDonald’s, located at 2400 Geer Rd. when two juveniles — ages 15 and 9 — were in the area with the woman.
Page 1 of 172
ADVERTISEMENT - ARTICLE CONTINUED BELOW
Turlock Poker wptdeepstacks series champion header 06 16 14