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COVID-19 Message from Kristen Olsen

COVID-19 Message from Kristen Olsen

Message from Chairwomen Kristen Olsen, Stay strong, Stanislaus County! We are living through tough times and none of us anticipated the circumstances we find ourselves in today, but we are mighty when we join forces. We have smart, collaborative leadership working on this every hour, and we are a community of resilient people. Our Emergency […]

Modesto GrabNGo

Modesto GrabNGo

Modesto Grab and Go This is a really tough time for our local restaurants. We all want to make sure that we are safe and following the guidelines. But we all need to eat, and if we can get our favorite foods from our favorite restaurants, that would be fantastic. And you can. Most of […]

Creating Positivity

Creating Positivity

Creating positivity During Trying Times By Victoria Popoff It’s no surprise that many of us have had to PIVOT very quickly to change how we operate our business. I know for myself, the ability to deliver workouts at Studio V has become 100% virtual, even personal training sessions. Many of my fitness entrepreneurs were put […]

FoodView – Coach’s Corner

FoodView – Coach’s Corner

Coach’s Corner By Chris Murphy This is a very unusual time. As we deal with this time of “Shelter in Home”, our community has really tried hard to rally around our local restaurants, especially those that are offering Grab and Go or Curbside pick up. ModestoView is working hard to keep a running list of […]

ZenView – Purpose

ZenView – Purpose

By Mary Layton Purpose Not going to work certainly takes away the one thing that gives purpose to our lives. We go to work in order to provide food and shelter, pay the bills. Our work, our jobs have given us a purpose and an identity. What now that we are being asked to stay […]

GreetingsView – Make the Best in Strange Times

GreetingsView – Make the Best in Strange Times

Greetings Friends, It is really important that we find a way to stay positive now. It is hard. These are strange times. From less than a month ago, we went into March, aware that something big was happening, but over the last 30 days, the global impact of this hit us right here at home. […]

PoetryView – Love in the Time of Coronavirus

PoetryView – Love in the Time of Coronavirus

Love-in-the-Time-of-Coronavirus.docx Love in the Time of Coronavirus by Sam Pierstorff, @njapoet Six feet feels like a hundred miles when handshakes are forbidden and high fives have been replaced by winks and head nods like we are all flirting inside a crowded bar, but the bar is our kitchen—the strangers are our neighbors walking past dusty […]

PerformingView – Catch a LiveCast

PerformingView – Catch a LiveCast

PerformingView By Kaye Osborn and the View Crew Greetings to all my theater supporters! This is certainly unprecedented times. Something we haven’t experienced in my lifetime. Many venues have cancelled or postponed their April productions. Some are considering streaming a show for patrons to enjoy in the comfort of their homes. If you have any […]

RescheduleView – Events Move to Fall

RescheduleView – Events Move to Fall

RescheduleView By Chris Murphy This has been quite of month. Just 45 days ago, April was loaded with more events that possible to attend. Since COVID-19, the word has turned upside down. Here are a couple of the key events that have been rescheduled to a date in the fall when hopefully we will be […]

GoUSA – Be Counted

GoUSA – Be Counted

Be Counted. Let’s make sure that everyone in the USA is counted. Don’t miss out. Tell your friends. Don’t wait for people to come door to door. If you want to get this done now, go online and get it done. Let’s make sure California counts in! 2020census.gov/

COVID-19 Message from the Mayor

COVID-19 Message from the Mayor

Message from Mayor Ted Brandvold, While we’re all practicing social distancing, I can assure you that Modesto City services and operations continue, even though we’re not able to accept the public at our counters at city hall. As we navigate how to provide the services you expect with staff who are also practicing social distancing, […]

MAMAView: Reinvention

MAMAView: Reinvention

MAMAView: ReinventionBy Middagh Goodwin Springtime is always a good time for rebirth, spring cleaning, and growth. With all that is going on in the world right now, with everyone “Sheltered in Place” what does this mean for you? Don’t be a sloth, be a caterpillar. Take this time to reaccess, revamp and hell reinvent what […]

By April 2, 2020 Read More →
Closure Extended Through End of School Year

Closure Extended Through End of School Year

Stanislaus County School Districts Announce School Facility Closures through End of School Year Schools in Stanislaus County originally said the earliest students could return to school would be May 4.  Schools now have further guidance and directives from State Superintendent of Instruction Tony Thurmond and Governor Gavin Newsom to keep school facility closed through the […]

By April 1, 2020 Read More →
School Closures Extended

School Closures Extended

Stanislaus County School Districts Announce Extended School Closures Through May 3, 2020 Many areas in California, including Stanislaus County, are experiencing an expanding outbreak of respiratory illness caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19). When public schools closed on March 19, there were only 2 known cases and 19 pending test results in Stanislaus County.  Today, there […]

By March 26, 2020 Read More →
Go Modesto: Support Local

Go Modesto: Support Local

Go Modesto: Support LocalBy Middagh Goodwin Modesto’s population is approximately 204,933, it is the 18th largest city in California. What does that ultimately mean? There are a lot of people living in and around Modesto.Statistics show that about 68% of what is spent locally is reinvested in the community. Remember that statistic. Independent businesses return […]

By March 21, 2020 Read More →