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Teen takes field with 49ers - Golden State Newspapers: Tracy Press

"They were playing for a week, and my mom said, 'You should ask someone if you can be on the team,'" he said, adding that he asked coach Jeff Tilton if there was a role he could fill. The team made him honorary captain, and now he regularly goes to practices and games with the rest of the team and w


Labor of love - Golden State Newspapers: Tracy Press Our Town

Denise Ellen Rizzo/Tracy PressDog rehabilitation At the start of each hourlong session, dog trainer Nicole Charles helps former fighting dog Scooby regain confidence and overcome his desire to remain inside his kennel. She said the key to his training is to take things slow and steady. Denise Ellen


Council fires Tracy city manager

TRACY - The Tracy City Council fired the city manager early Wednesday morning following a late-night closed session, according to a report in the Tracy Press. City Manager Troy Brown, hired in 2014, was terminated after a 3-2 vote by the council, which subsequently disagreed on naming an interim suc

RECORD - 2017-09-21 01:03:22

Public service showdown - Golden State Newspapers: Tracy Press

1Keep it Clean. Please avoid obscene, vulgar, lewd, racist or sexually-oriented language.2Don't Threaten or Abuse. Threats of harming another person will not be tolerated. AND PLEASE TURN OFF CAPS LOCK.3Be Truthful. Don't knowingly lie about anyone or anything.4Be Nice. No racism, sexism or any sort


TUSD reaffirms support for young immigrants

Tracy Unified School District is taking on the president in support of students who were brought here illegally from other countries by their parents at a young age. On Tuesday, a letter from Superintendent Brian Stephens appeared on all school websites reaffirming the district's support for recipie


Modesto store gives back, a windfall for community food bank

Alex Bartlett is an iron worker by trade, but he's a food bank volunteer when he's off. "A lot of food goes out to the kids. It's nice to help out every once in awhile," said Bartlett. The Second Harvest Food bank warehouse in Manteca holds 11,000 square feet of food and staffed by 20 workers and vo

ABC10.COM - 2017-09-23 01:03:50

5 things to do this weekend (Sept. 22-24)

Bored? Nothing to do? Stricken with a fear of missing out? Banish those thoughts and check out these five things to do this weekend. Contact writer Jo Ann Kirby at fivetodo@gmail.com. Tracy Wine Stroll Admission includes a commemorative wine glass and unlimited wine tasting. Enjoy live music. What:

RECORD - 2017-09-21 19:55:26

Delta Tunnels opponents file third lawsuit

Save the California Delta Alliance (STCDA) has filed its third lawsuit to stop the Delta Twin Tunnels, Sept. 15, in Sacramento Superior Court. The Delta Tunnels project, sometimes called the Bay Delta Conservation Plan (BDCP) or California WaterFix, would divert water from the Sacramento River near

THEPRESS.NET - 2017-09-21 18:53:00

Free clinics can help solve the mysteries of Medicare

STOCKTON - Every year between Oct. 15 and Dec. 7, Medicare beneficiaries face what for many can be a daunting task - re-enrolling in annual prescription drug coverage known as Part D that not only covers their specific medications but does so at the lowest premium cost available. It is of critical i

RECORD - 2017-09-20 22:25:46

Message of hope, redemption kicks off United Way drive

STOCKTON - Michelle Whitaker's story has yet to be fully written. Yet Whitaker, who works for Hope Ministries, Manteca gladly shares it with others as she did Wednesday at the annual campaign kickoff luncheon for the United Way of San Joaquin County. Part one would include the chapters of being abus

RECORD - 2017-09-20 22:54:56

League begins for most Stanislaus District football teams. Where will you be Friday?

Here's a look at Week 4 in the Stanislaus District, beginning with a non-conference clash Thursday: Thursday Ceres at Atwater, 7 p.m. Friday Central California Conference El Capitan at Golden Valley, 7 p.m. Pitman vs. Merced, at Joe Debely Stadium, 7 p.m. Turlock vs. Buhach Colony, at Atwater, 7 p.m

MODESTO BEE - 2017-09-20 18:30:00

Library friends to host October book sale

The ever-popular Friends of the Patterson Library book sale will be open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, October 18; Thursday, October 19 and from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, October 20 which is the $5 per bag of books sale. Paperback books are 50 cents each, while hardcover books are $1 each and


Students donate recycling money to Hurricane Harvey relief

The excitement level was high Monday morning in Patterson High Room 402, the class for students with severe handicaps taught by Richard Boothby and Amy Barron. And with good reason: The students, working together, had collected a total of $265 in recycling to donate to help victims of Hurricane Harv


Pit bulls, chihuahuas are county's most over-bred dogs. What's being done about it.

Pit bulls and chihuahuas are the most over-bred dogs in Stanisalus County, accounting for nearly half of the dog population at the Stanislaus Animal Services Agency. To reduce those numbers, the agency has extended and expanded a free spay and neuter program for those two breeds. The program was o

MODESTO BEE - 2017-09-20 22:22:00

Suspect in East Bay car ramming nabbed

Authorities arrested a 22-year-old East Bay man suspected of plowing his car through a group of people this month in the town of Byron, officials said Thursday. Antonio Morales of Oakley was arrested Tuesday by members of a U.S. Marshals Task Force. He was booked in the Contra Costa County jail in

SFGATE - 2017-09-21 21:21:00

Spotlight on: Soroptimists International of Patterson

Soroptimist programs focus on providing disadvantaged women and girls with access to education, which is one of the most effective ways to end social problems disproportionately affecting women and girls." Again according to the website, the group was established specifically to help girls and women


Events - Golden State Newspapers: Patterson Irrigator - Events

WHEN: 5:30 p.m. WHERE: Stanislaus Veterans Center, 3500 Coffee Road, Suite 15, Modesto DETAILS: The Stanislaus County Veterans Advisory Commission meets the fourth Monday of every month at 5:30 p.m. The commission is looking for participation from interested veterans and family members who can atten


$46,000? That's alotta java! - Golden State Newspapers: Patterson Irrigator - Fast Talk

Have you spotted those small, colorfully painted rocks placed in visible locations around town? I found one at the door of our museum and another on the sidewalk in front of the Irrigator. The latter had a peace symbol and "Patterson Rocks" painted on one side and "F.B." on the other. I'm told that


Fully Loaded - Golden State Newspapers: Patterson Irrigator - Columns

My Spinraza journey has had laughter and joy- but, also some tears and anxiety. Getting this first-ever treatment for my rare, genetic condition, Spinal Muscular Atrophy, has been a whirlwind that has frankly surprised me. If my journey were a story, I'd say that each injection introduced a new plot


Your Voice: Measure S - Golden State Newspapers: Patterson Irrigator Letters

This initiative is a renewal of the 1/8th of a cent tax that funds 88 percent of the library's budget in Patterson and libraries throughout Stanislaus County. The balance is raised through fundraisers and used book sales. I am sure you already know that our libraries provide unlimited educational re