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Friday, 15 February 2013 23:20

PG&E to Replace Turlock Gas Pipeline

Pacific Gas & Electric announced plans to replace an old, untested natural gas pipeline in Turlock this week, increasing the city's gas capacity in the process.
Turlock City Councilmembers approved an updated Strategic Plan on Tuesday, intended to serve as a road map for the future by assessing the city's strengths, weakness, and opportunities.
The City of Turlock will purchase two parcels for future expansion of the city's Regional Transit Center at a cost of $1.5 million – an 18 percent premium over the appraised value of $1.23 million.
Friday, 15 February 2013 17:31

FUN Brings Play Days to Donnelly Park

Every second Saturday, it's all about the FUN in Donnelly Park. That's short for Friends in a United Neighborhood, a new, monthly, teen-run activity day for children of all ages.
Thursday, 14 February 2013 22:43

New Sites Discussed for Bocce Ball Court

Three new sites have been suggested for a proposed community bocce ball court, previously tabled by the Turlock Parks, Recreation and Community Commission after residents complained of an anticipated increase in noise and traffic.
The Turlock Chamber of Commerce Annual Membership Breakfast – highlighted by a speech from Mayor John Lazar usually referred to as his “State of the City” address – is just over a week away.
A Thursday morning construction accident at Emanuel Medical Center led to an on-site fire and a temporary shutdown of two operating rooms, one of which was in the midst of a procedure.
Thursday, 14 February 2013 12:00

Turlock Seeks Planning Commissioners

The City of Turlock is seeking applicants to fill two alternate seats on the Turlock City Planning Commission. Planning Commission Alternates do not vote unless a regular commissioner is absent, but participate fully in all discussions.
Wednesday, 13 February 2013 14:42

Turlock City Arts Commission Meeting Canceled

The Turlock City Arts Commission has canceled their regularly scheduled Feb. 14 meeting in honor of Valentine's Day. The commission will next meet on March 14. New Arts Commissioner Sergio Alvarado will be seated at that time.
In a city where everyone seems to be a San Francisco 49ers fan, supporting hometown hero and Super Bowl quarterback Colin Kaepernick, one man was wearing a Baltimore Ravens jersey Tuesday.