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MAMA Awards 2020

MAMA Awards 2020

MAMAView Virtual MAMA 2020 By Chris Murphy Everyone is sick of hearing it by now, but this year has upended so many of our community events and traditions. We all miss the things we used to do, but we need to do the right thing. One of the hardest hit has been live music and […]

By November 5, 2020 0 Comments Read More →
BargainView – New November

BargainView – New November

BargainView By Monica Barber New November In November, the smell of the air is new and different, it smells of food and warmth, like coming home. The aromatic rushes of cinnamon and pumpkin can fill up the empty spaces like an invitation to everyone in their homes. Ms. M remarks that the air bites with […]

By November 5, 2020 0 Comments Read More →
BigView  – Modesto in the 2000s

BigView – Modesto in the 2000s

The BigView The 2000s By Chris Murphy Modesto USA really lit up during the 2000s. As the new millennium began, Modesto celebrated New Year’s Eve in downtown, with a Beatlemania concert and a fireworks display that was one of ModestoView’s first live webcasts. There was a lot of excitement and optimism in our community as […]

By November 5, 2020 0 Comments Read More →
GoModesto – Keep Modesto Healthy

GoModesto – Keep Modesto Healthy

Keep our Community Healthy Currently local restaurants are in the Red Zone but Stanislaus County is right on the edge of the Purple and Red Zones so please do your part, wear your masks in groups and stay distances. Sure there are people in town that are ignoring those rules and putting you at risk, […]

By November 5, 2020 0 Comments Read More →
GreetingsView  – Fall into November

GreetingsView – Fall into November

Greetings friends, What an amazing time, in both the positive and negative ways. Here we are weathering a pandemic and everything we have done is different. On the positive side, we celebrated a wedding. In retrospect, this turned out to be amazing. We had a wonderful time with 12 people. My son-in-law Ryan, an esteemed […]

By November 1, 2020 0 Comments Read More →
NonProfit View – Local Charities Need You!

NonProfit View – Local Charities Need You!

NonProfit View Friends, our non-profits need us all now. The pandemic has affected every single fundraiser that I know about. Here’s the deal, the events have been cancelled, but the need for funds for those in need has never been greater. Just think about it, if domestic violence is bar in good times, just thing […]

By November 1, 2020 0 Comments Read More →
The Passing of a Local Legend

The Passing of a Local Legend

By Chris Murphy So very sad to learn that my good friend and mentor Al Menshew passed away. Al was such an inspiration to me for who he was, how much he loved our community and how he gave back. Al was a storyteller’s storyteller and could regale even the toughest crowd with great history, […]

By October 12, 2020 0 Comments Read More →
AuthorView: Ride Sharing

AuthorView: Ride Sharing

Modesto crime writer Mike Monson has independently published RIDE SHARING, a book that is described on the back cover as: “37 stories, vignettes, and sketches based on Mike Monson’s two years working as an Uber and Lyft driver in Northern California. Some of the material is verbatim accounts of events, some of it is completely […]

By October 4, 2020 Read More →
GreetingsView – Fall Memories and Possibilities

GreetingsView – Fall Memories and Possibilities

Greetings Friends I don’t really know if we are at the mid-point of the COVID pandemic or not, but with all that is happening and the uncertainty out there, it has been really good for us at ModestoView to be looking back through Modesto’s 150 years, a decade at a time. It has been a […]

Operation 9-2-99 Clean Up

Operation 9-2-99 Clean Up

Saturday, September 12th – South Bank – Clean Up Details● The clean-up is from 9:00 AM – NOON.● Meeting place is River Rd. at the 7th St. Bridge in front of Pepsi on the south bank of theriver.● This cleanup requires a lot of walking and the terrain can be rough, steep, slippery orhard to […]

By September 10, 2020 Read More →
PerformingView – Closed Curtains

PerformingView – Closed Curtains

PerformingView By Kaye Osborn A Time to Close the Curtains in September But will leave a light on the stage Honestly friends I was hoping entertainers would be able to perform live shows by now, but it looks like many venues have shuttered until spring 2021. Everything is up in the air until an effective […]

By August 28, 2020 0 Comments Read More →
Mocse Credit Union is pleased to announce appointment of a new President/CEO.

Mocse Credit Union is pleased to announce appointment of a new President/CEO.

After 41 years of credit union service, Tracey Kerr, President/CEO announced her retirement effective September 1, 2020.  “Tracey expertly served as President/CEO since 1999 and her accomplishments are too numerous to name.  Her dedication to serving our members and communities has been unflagging.  We offer our deepest gratitude for her service and wish Tracey and […]

By August 15, 2020 Read More →
K5 Radio John Chappell Tribute

K5 Radio John Chappell Tribute

K5 Radio John Chappell Tribute By Wes Page On June 20, 2020 I lost my best friend and the Modesto Radio Museum lost its president, John Chappell. He was quite a guy. He was a teacher, a mentor and most of all, he was a friend to everyone. He was a radio DJ in the […]

WellnessView – Positive in Negative Times

WellnessView – Positive in Negative Times

WellnessView By Victoria Popoff What’s there to be positive about in a world of NO? Uncertainty leads to anxiety, stress and feelings of overwhelming emotion. The unknown, and loss are traumatic and heavy. Here are some ways you can boost your mood, naturally. Science shows being around positive, happy people is contagious. We can socially […]

Go Modesto – East LaLoma Park Needs You

Go Modesto – East LaLoma Park Needs You

Go Modesto East LaLoma Park needs you One of the things that is keeping us all sane is the access to our public parks during COVID. The outdoors, the fresh air and the ability to keep distanced makes our parks the go to space. The East LaLoma Park needs you as the playground was removed […]