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  • Fundraiser Established for Child Who Drowned at Knight’s Ferry
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    KNIGHTS FERRY - A fund raiser via GoFundMe was established for Matilda Ortiz, the child lost in the Stanislaus River Sunday afternoon. The 5 year old child was recovered after a nearly four day search by volunteer divers Wednesday afternoon who were experienced with swift water rescue. Her body was… Read more »
  • Several Displaced by Fire as Building Burns Twice
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    STOCKTON - Firefighters battled a blaze that burned a residential building twice Friday afternoon, displacing several occupants. Shortly before 6pm, firefighters responded to the home near the intersection of Channel and Aurora for a report of a fire. Arriving crews were met with heavy fire from the rear of the… Read more »
  • Police Investigate Shooting in Business Center
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    MODESTO - Police investigated a shooting early Friday afternoon at a strip mall. At about noon, police responded to a report of a person shot on the 3100 block of McHenry Avenue. {loadposition banban} (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); One person was transported to the hospital, their condition was unknown.… Read more »
  • Pedestrian Struck by Vehicle, Highway Closed
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    MODESTO - Authorities closed Highway 99 early Thursday morning after a pedestrian was struck by a vehicle. {loadposition banban} (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});   At about 12:49am, officers with the California Highway Patrol responded to a report of a pedestrian struck on the highway near Pelandale Avenue. Early reports… Read more »
  • Flash Flood Warnings Issued For Tuolumne County
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    TUOLUMNE COUNTY - Authorities closed off several area roadways in the sierra communities in anticipation of severe weather and flash floods Wednesday afternoon. A weather advisory indicating flash floods was issued until 5:15pm Wednesday. Authorities with the Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Office closed several roads that were expected to flood, warning… Read more »
  • Jeopardy! Host Alex Trebek Reveals Stage 4 Cancer Diagnosis
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    CULVER CITY - Jeopardy! television game show host Alex Trebek revealed his diagnosis of Stage 4 pancreatic cancer. In a YouTube video published Wednesday, Trebek shared with fans he wanted to deliver the news to fans of the show directly to prevent inaccuracy and speculation regarding his health. {loadposition banban}… Read more »
  • Sheriff Detectives Investigate Shooting Death
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    GROVELAND - Authorities with the Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Office investigated a fatal shooting Tuesday morning. Deputies responded to a report of a woman suffering from a gun shot wound shortly after 8:00am. Arriving deputies located the victim deceased. {loadposition banban} (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Authorities provided no further information… Read more »
  • Modesto Police Arrest Homicide Suspect
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    MODESTO - Police arrested a homicide suspect after serving several search warrants Thursday. The arrest came after a lengthy standoff on Yosemite Meadows drive. Police SWAT officers deployed teargas at a home and made announcement over a public address system for the suspect to exit a home. {loadposition banban} (adsbygoogle… Read more »
  • Search Warrant Prompts School Lockdowns
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    MODESTO - Police placed several area schools on lockdown as officers served a search warrant Thursday morning. Freedom Elementary, Savage Middle School and Somerset Middle School were all placed on lockdown as a precaution, police said. {loadposition banban} (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The search warrant took place in the… Read more »
  • Two Men Shot in Ceres
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    CERES - Authorities investigate a shooting during a family gathering that left two men wounded Saturday afternoon. The shooting happened on Chandra Court I’m Ceres shortly before 6:00pm. Early indications suggest the shooter fled in a vehicle after firing shots at the victims. Anyone with information regarding this case is encouraged… Read more »

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OutsideLands Announces 2019 Line Up!

OutsideLands Announces 2019 Line Up!

OUTSIDE LANDS ANNOUNCES 2019 LINEUP by Chris Murphy We are so excited to see the new line up for San Francisco Outside Lands. This is a festival that we have not missed in 10 years and look forward to it each season. Each year, the grounds, the various lands, the variety of the music and […]

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³I Saw the Sine² Electronic Music Concert offered at MJC

³I Saw the Sine² Electronic Music Concert offered at MJC

“I Saw the Sine”Electronic Music Concert offered at MJC The Modesto Junior College Department of Music presents “I Saw the Sine” – Electronic Music Concert on Wednesday, April 3 at 7 p.m. in the Music Recital Hall on East Campus, 435 College Avenue, Modesto. The concert is open to the public and admission is free […]

Night of Unity

Night of Unity

It was a night of unity and community support at the Islamic Center of Modesto where people of many races, religions and beliefs all came together to show solidarity for a peaceful community and to celebrate the things we have in common. The Islamic Center of Modesto was overflowing with hundreds of people, many watching […]

2019 PROJECT PROM Kicks Off Prom Dress and Tuxedo Drive

2019 PROJECT PROM Kicks Off Prom Dress and Tuxedo Drive

  2019 PROJECT PROM Kicks Off Prom Dress and Tuxedo Drive WHAT:  2019 Annual Project Prom; Prom Dress and Tuxedo donation drive WHEN: Now through  March 30, 2019 WHERE: Donation Drop Off Locations listed below: 3B Auto Center, 1002 9th St, Modesto 531-1111 El Jardin Restaurant, 409 E Olive Ave, Turlock 622-8982 Del Rio Cleaners, 1300 Sylvan Ave C1, Modesto 524-0905 Halford’s Cleaners, 941 McHenry Ave, Modesto 523-2064 Superior Dry Cleaners, 824 Oakdale Rd, Modesto […]

By March 13, 2019 Read More →
FoodView – River’s Edge Knights Ferry

FoodView – River’s Edge Knights Ferry

FoodView by Stan C. Countz Outdoor Dining at it’s best on the banks of the Stanislaus River After spending some time getting to know Knights Ferry, enjoy a comfortable, homemade meal or delicious drinks on the banks of the scenic and protected Stanislaus River at the River’s Edge Restaurant. I had the Wild Fire Burger […]

All Ages View – March is Green in Many Ways

All Ages View – March is Green in Many Ways

AllAgesView By Sofia Johnson March is Green in Many Ways This month has a lot in store for Modesto. For the month of green lets Go Green! You can start by coming out to RecFest on March 16th. It will be filled with music, games, hikes, and many dedicated volunteers that are passionate about nature. […]

Jazz&WorldView

Jazz&WorldView

Blues&JazzView by Eric Benson If you luv music you’re gonna love this I often hear from my older friends that there is “nothing happening” in the way of a club for our age group where you can see a show with some good food, drink and dance and home by ten. Well I am conspiring […]

PerformingView – March on Stage

PerformingView – March on Stage

Performing View By Kaye Osborn It has finally come to ride into the sunset for me with Lakewood Youth Theater. It has been an adventure filled with drama, laughter, dance, music, friendship, collaboration, creativity and of course, memories that will last a lifetime. The performers embraced Shakespeare, melodrama, Westerns, the 50’s, the 70’s, the 80’s, […]

By March 5, 2019 Read More →
WalkAMileView – Stop Domestic Violence

WalkAMileView – Stop Domestic Violence

WalkaMileView By Chris Murphy We have no use for spousal abuse. This is something that we all must stand up against and prevent sexual abuse of any kind. We must support those that protect our most vulnerable in our community. The Haven Women’s Center does work that is literally life saving in the most dangerous […]

PoetryView – 26.2 Mile Run

PoetryView – 26.2 Mile Run

Dear 26.2-Mile Run by Sam Pierstorff, #NinjaPoet I have been drinking a lot lately, slugging shots of honey whiskey, watching you all night leaning over the bar, legs so long an airplane could land on your hamstrings. I want you more than you want me. We both know that. But still you flirt with your […]

By March 4, 2019 Read More →
ChampionView

ChampionView

ChampionView By Chris Murphy The ModestoView crew is so very proud of Patty Castillo Davis. Patty will be recognized as one of Stanislaus County’s Outstanding Women at a special ceremony March 9 at Greens on 10th. Patty is so very dedicated to our community and never thinks twice when she is asked to lend a […]

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ArtView – Art, Jazz and Classics

ArtView – Art, Jazz and Classics

Art View By Jim Christiansen March opens with Stanislaus Artist Open Studio maps going on sale from the 53 participating artists, or available at Mistlin Gallery, the Chartreuse Muse, or Carnegie Art Center. Maps are $10, students 18 and under get in free with map holder. The self-guided tour has 29 stops, many artist home […]

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TrainingView – Pre Marathon Training

TrainingView – Pre Marathon Training

Pre-Marathon Training Tips By Thomas Lopez, Dusty Bottoms & Fuzio The Modesto Marathon is coming up. Let’s make sure you are ready for the big day and you get the most out of your training. Here are a few great tips. 1. Start eating right days before the marathon. Your pre-race meal is important, but […]

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GreetingsView – Celebrate our Green

GreetingsView – Celebrate our Green

Greetings fellow Irish! March is a magic month and the possibilities can take you in a lot of directions. First, the greater Modesto area and the foothills are flat out gorgeous, so you need to get out and explore as much as possible. We are super lucky that not only do we have more events […]

By March 1, 2019 Read More →
Thank You Middagh

Thank You Middagh

ThankYouView I want to give a big shout out to my good friend and our Managing Editor Middagh Goodwin. Middagh has really taken the driver seat on this March issue. It has been a busy spring season for Sierra Pacific Warehouse Group and Middagh has really made a lot of things happen and his efforts […]

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