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Turlock celebrates ‘Go Green’ with environmental education

Turlock is getting ready to get green. The city’s Municipal Services Department is preparing for its annual Go Green Week program, which focuses on environmental education for the community.

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Oak Valley relocates Turlock branch, supports revitalization

Oak Valley Community Bank’s Turlock location is getting ready for its big move. On April 9, the branch will take up residence at its new place at 241 W. Main St., in Downtown Turlock.

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2017 Book of lists

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Stockton chamber seeking hard-boiled help

The Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce is on the hunt help from the community with a holiday project.

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BLS: Employment up 313,000; unemployment rate unchanged

The United States Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) has released its latest data showing an increase in employment across the country. Meanwhile, unemployment numbers remain stagnant.

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Baking hobbyist turns passion into sweet business venture

Christina Fry, owner of SweetArts in Downtown Tracy, turned her passion for baking into a thriving business.

TRACY — When Alicia Yassin needed a four-tiered, gluten-free cake for her nephew’s baby shower, she knew exactly where to turn. A customer of six years, Yassin’s favorite baker, Christina Fry, had never let her down.

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Turlock city attorney submits resignation

Phaedra Norton, city attorney for the City of Turlock, submitted her resignation on Feb. 14 to the mayor and city council.

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Oak Park Ice Arena selected for final five

After a few months of voting, Stockton’s Oak Park Ice Arena has been selected as one of the top five finalists in the Light Like the Pros contest.

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Delta College holding events to honor Women’s History Month

Dolores Huerta gave a talk regarding the documentary film “Dolores” at Delta College in Stockton.

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Wages grow slightly; tech, finance, healthcare see continued uptick

Annual median pay in the U.S. grew year over year from 2016 to 2017, but not as much as in previous years, according to Glassdoor, a website that tracks pay rate data.

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