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By Noel Daniel Last year saw some tumult in quiet Turlock surrounding the Cipponeris and the customary Saturday morning slot of the Turlock Certified Farmers Market on Main Street. It was a move that infuriated many Turlockers, who followed the TCFM to the fairgrounds—but this year brought good news. On

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By Noel Daniel  For many years, National Night Out has stood as a bastion of neighborhood safety and camaraderie. In fact, it’s one of the largest crime-prevention events in the county. What seems at first to be a simple block party is, in reality, one of our greatest defenses against

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contentmentIssue 28

By Noel Daniel The soft lowing of cattle and the fresh smell of country air complete that down-home, farmland feeling. Nestled in the rolling countryside south of Turlock is Top Line Milk Company, a sprawling dairy surrounded by nature and self-tended fields of winter grass. And they offer one of

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capturedIssue 28

The Central Valley is known for its bountiful produce and swaths of plentiful farmland. This shot of a stormy, rustic fixture speaks volumes about the beauty of the land we tend.

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Issue 28Out and About

By Noel Daniel  Runners from all over came to compete on Mar. 19 in the Modesto Marathon, a run founded to serve the local community by promoting physical fitness and a healthy lifestyle. Proceeds benefit the Teens Run Modesto program that challenges area youth to set goals, develop their character,

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capturedIssue 28

Originally developed as a learning and applied research laboratory in the field of Sustainable Agriculture, this garden grows a myriad of vegetables, herbs, varieties of citrus, grapes, and fruit trees. Find their homegrown produce at StanFresh, a fruit stand at California State University, Stanislaus!

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Past Articles

Issue 27

KEEP YOUR EYES ON THE PRIZE Of the many things to take care of as you age, don’t let your vision fall to the wayside. With every birthday, most will experience a decreased ability to see fine details. This might be due to cataracts—a natural clouding of the crystalline lens

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Issue 27

  HOW TO CHOOSE FLOORING When starting to hammer out your home remodeling goals, it’s natural to start with the flooring. Years of wear and tear can be especially obvious on old carpets or tiles. So what can you do to revitalize your look? First off, there are several floor

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Issue 27Out and About

By Noel Daniel For those Turlockers who remember digging gleefully through Ziggy’s used NES, SNES, and N64 cartridges back in the days where falling moons and Koopa Troopas were our only concerns, seeing Ziggy Star’s name pop back up as the organizer of the Turlock Comic Con just felt right.

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Issue 27Out and About

By Noel Daniel Jan. 21 was a day of unity for many people. Millions marched together across the world in organizations known as “women’s marches.” Although called the Women’s March, the marches unified under a greater purpose: equality for all. Support of minorities, LGBTQ+, the disabled, and even climate science

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CuisineIssue 27

By Noel Daniel Savor some fresh air with your fresh food out on the patio of the beautiful Redwood Cafè—the perfect blend of atmosphere and gourmet cuisine. Perfect for a breezy brunch, a classy night out, or even a casually-elegant lunch, Redwood Café is just as ponderous with style as

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food and wineIssue 27

By Noel Daniel Native to South and Southeast Asia, the Jackfruit is a bouquet of a flavors ranging from apple, pineapple, mango and banana and has been used to prepare both savory and dessert dishes. The flesh of the fruit is starchy and a great source of fiber and has

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