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The $100,000 Pyramid looking for contestants

The $100,000 Pyramid looking for contestants

This summer ABC will be airing the return of The $100,000 Pyramid back to broadcast TV hosted by Michael Strahan. The show is currently looking for contestants.

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Spice and vegetable processing equipment auction set

Spice and vegetable processing equipment auction set

Those looking for a deal on spice and vegetable processing equipment will get a chance during an auction being held by Schneider Industries.

The company will auction off more than 1,100 lots of spice and vegetable processing equipment between now and 9 a.m. April 14.

The equipment is surplus from the operations of the OLAM spice and vegetable processing plant in Modesto. The company is a leading agribusiness operating in more than 70 countries. They supply food and raw materials to more than 14,000 customers worldwide... Read More

Students get chance to learn about Modesto Junior College

Students get chance to learn about Modesto Junior College

MODESTO — Modesto Junior College will hold “New Student Day” events April 9 and May 21 at the East Campus, 435 College Ave., in Modesto.

Students will meet for the free event in the auditorium of the Performing and Media Arts Center... Read More

Little change in area unemployment numbers

Little change in area unemployment numbers

SACRAMENTO — The unemployment rate for February remained relatively stable across the Central Valley. San Joaquin County came in at 8.8 percent, down 0.1 percent from January while Stanislaus County’s rate was unchanged at 9.4 percent. Merced County continues to suffer from the highest rate in the area at 12.6 percent, down 0.1 percent from January.

Nationally the unemployment rate stood at 5.2 percent while California’s rate was 5.7 percent.

The biggest drivers of employment gains in San Joaquin and Stanislaus counties were trade, transportation and utilities and leisure and hospitality. The two catagories both added 1,600 jobs to San Joaquin County. Trade, transportation and utilities added 1,400 jobs in Stanislaus County. Leisure and hospitality added 1,600 jobs to the county... Read More

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Join Dare to Prepare Day April 30!

Join Dare to Prepare Day April 30!

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Turlock Chamber of Commerce chooses new leader

Turlock Chamber of Commerce chooses new leader

TURLOCK — The Turlock Chamber of Commerce has a new CEO and President. Karin M. Moss was selected Tuesday from a pool of more than 20 candidates. She replaces interim CEO Paul Wright who stepped in after long-serving CEO and President Sharon Silva retired in August.

Moss’s career has spanned more than 30 years in a wide range of corporate and nonprofit association leadership roles. She provided executive direction to economic development and downtown revitalization programs in several cities throughout California. She has also served as a board member of the Kings Mountain (NC) Downtown Association, City of Gastonia’s Reinvestment for Community Program and the Blue Ridge Parkway Association... Read More

Mental Health Seminar at the Keyes Library

Mental Health Seminar at the Keyes Library

According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), 1 in 5 adults experience mental illness in a given year. During the Mental Health Seminar on Thursday, March 17 at 5:30 p.m., Alberto Gonzalez and Erika Aguilar with Telecare will discuss mental health resources in the community. Don’t miss the opportunity to learn how to help yourself or those you love in this important seminar! This presentation will be in both English and Spanish. 

The Keyes Library is located on 4420 Maud Ave. For more information, please call 664-8006.