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Sarah Yonan - sarah@turlockcitynews.com

Sarah Yonan - sarah@turlockcitynews.com

Sarah Yonan was born in Turlock, California where she has lived for over 20 years.
Before becoming a journalist for Turlock City News, Sarah was a florist and wedding coordinator at Yonan’s Floral.

While at Turlock City News, she writes on a variety of topics, including community events and politics. Keeping the public informed is Sarah’s ultimate goal at Turlock City News.

She is currently a political science major at Stanislaus State and hopes to attend law school after graduation. Her goal is to hold public office as well as practice law.

In her spare time, Sarah likes to follow current events and read political blogs. 
A beautiful queensland mix is up for adoption at the Turlock Animal Shelter. She is spayed and approximately one year old. 
Looking for a new way to work out can be challenging, but Turlockers can now sign up for barre classes at the new Barre Defined fitness studio owned by Amy Radcliffe and Stacy Aguilar. The studio is bringing this new kind of workout to the Turlock area.
The Turlock Animal Shelter currently has a large amount of lost pets. If their owners do not reclaim them by a certain date, the animal will be available for adoption. 

A female German Shepherd, believed to be lost, is being held at the Turlock Animal Shelter. Approximately two years old, she weighs 62 pounds.

With funding dwindling for art programs nationwide, Carnegie Arts Center has decided to do the opposite and encourage kids from kindergarten to eighth grade to participate in the Second Annual Youth Art Exhibition: “Ready, Set, Show!” The talented youth of Turlock are now having their art showcased at the Carnegie Arts Center. 
United States Representative - District 10 Jeff Denham reminded followers of the sacrifices that troops made in World War 2 on D-Day. Today marks the 72 year anniversary of the day that changed the course war. 
With Mayor Gary Soiseth’s a Million Acts of Kindness, the small stuff is no longer going unnoticed, both the small stuff and the smallest Turlockers are getting their time in the sun before the city council. 
Tuesday, 31 May 2016 12:46

Kat Country LAC Ticket Stop

Country music lovers and Trace Adkins fans in the Turlock Area won’t have to wait until August to see him perform. He and other country music stars will be performing at the Stanislaus County Fairgrounds for the Kat Country Annual Listener Appreciation concert. 
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