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13 hrs ago | The Modesto Bee
The San Joaquin County Office of Education will hold a recruitment fair for teachers from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. April 5 at the Nelson Education Center, 2901 Arch-Airport Road.
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15 hrs ago | The Modesto Bee
Daybreakers 1388 meets the second, third and fourth Wednesdays of each month. Meetings feature the opportunity to gain confidence and develop public speaking skills.
19 hrs ago | The Modesto Bee
A preliminary hearing initially scheduled to start this week has been postponed until May 28 for two people associated with a Stanislaus County egg farm where authorities said they found an estimated 50,000 hens without feed two years ago.
Busloads of FFA boosters plan to descend on the state Capitol next week in support of a grant program for agricultural education.
Nora Knittel, 8, of Ceres eyes a sabor tooth tiger skull fossil at the Mother Lode Mineral Society's 48th annual Gem, Jewelry & Rock Show at the Stanislaus County Fairgrounds in Turlock, Calif., on Saturday, March 8, 2014.
Close to 100 strummers of all ages gather once a month at the Carnegie Arts Center to belt out their best on ukuleles.
While supportive of the future expressway linking Modesto to Oakdale, Riverbank officials don't want it to run through the former Army munitions plant that is being transformed into an industrial park.
Kitty Haven Sanctuary will have healthy, vaccinated, spayed-neutered cats available for adoption.
Volunteers 18 and older to serve as election officers, bilingual election officers and "on-call" election officers at the polls on Election Day, June 3. Election officers help set up the voter precinct, maintain ballot security and voting equipment and assist voters as necessary.
Turlock Councilwoman Amy Bublak declared Friday she’s a candidate for the county office, which determines the value of the 175,000 taxable real estate parcels in the county.
The third annual Turlock Government Night will be an opportunity for federal, state and local elected officials to listen to their constituents.
KCRA NEWS AT 5:00 STARTS RIGHT NOW. WE ARE STARTING WITH THIS. A SIX-YEAR-OLD BOY GETS STABBED WITH A PENCIL BY A CLASSMATE.
The incident occurred Feb. 27 when a boy allegedly stabbed the other boy in the neck with a pencil at Crowell Elementary School, said Turlock police officer Mayra Lewis.