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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 […]

Go Modesto – Modesto Children’s Museum

Go Modesto – Modesto Children’s Museum

Go Modesto Modesto Children’s Museum One of the most exciting developments is the possibility of building a Modesto Children’s Museum. In the meantime, you can get involved, help fundraise and also support the learning packs, children’s tips and ideas that are available at the Modesto Children’s website. You can help support this effort, learn more […]

Go Modesto – Andy Soderstrom Fund

Go Modesto – Andy Soderstrom Fund

Go Modesto Andy Soderstrom had compassion for children and our community, Andy’s family created a fund in his name through the College Area Neighborhood Alliance (CANA) for the development of the children’s play area in Enslen Park. This fund will continue the work started last fall from the generous financial support of Boyett Petroleum, along […]

Graffiti USA Museum – Time to Start our Engines

Graffiti USA Museum – Time to Start our Engines

GraffitiUSAView By Chris Murphy We have the keys! It is time to start the engines. It’s time to rock and roll and build the Graffiti USA Museum located near downtown Modesto on historic US99. A group of local businesspeople and car and history fans have gotten together to create a place to celebrate our Graffiti, […]

Greetings to August – Good Things are Happening

Greetings to August – Good Things are Happening

Greetings Friends, There are good things happening, and in fact, this last month was one of the greatest ever. Becky and I joined the grandparent club, thanks to the amazing effort by our daughter Madison and her super supportive husband Ryan with the arrival of James Michael Leupp. It was truly the most magical day […]

FoodView – Dining Al Fresco

FoodView – Dining Al Fresco

FoodView Dining Al Fresco By Chris Murphy There is a huge change happening in our world of dining. Outside is the new inside and our local restaurants are fighting hard to stay alive and there’s creativity in the streets and parking lots and even drive-throughs. With the closing of indoor dining, outdoor became the solution […]

Unplugged View: The Lind That Time Forgot

Unplugged View: The Lind That Time Forgot

Unplugged View: The Lind That Time Forgotby Aaron Rowan There is an old mining town up in Calaveras called Jenny Lind, named after the ‘Swedish Nightingale,’ one of the most highly regarded opera singers of the nineteenth century. Her U.S. tour from 1850-1852 was backed by circus master P.T. Barnum and launched a wave of […]

By July 31, 2020 Read More →
Jazz & Blues View: Tryin times and out of Quarantine!

Jazz & Blues View: Tryin times and out of Quarantine!

Jazz & Blues View: Tryin times and out of Quarantine!By Eric Benson And so it goes, I am doing my thing seeing my patients in primary care with the Fiesta De Mascara, the festival of masks with a lot of stress on top of the usual issues of sickness and health. Please take a minute […]

By July 31, 2020 Read More →
Casa de Modesto Brick Fundraiser

Casa de Modesto Brick Fundraiser

Casa de Modesto’s brick fundraiser is up and running!  If you haven’t had the opportunity to check out the fundraiser, you are encouraged to go to the Casa de Modesto website https://www.casademodesto.org/   and click on “donate a brick”, the words are on a gold background so you can’t miss it (click on “donate a brick”, […]

By July 30, 2020 Read More →
MAMView: Is That Freedom Rock? Turn It Up!

MAMView: Is That Freedom Rock? Turn It Up!

MAMAView: Is that Freedom Rock? Turn it Up!By Middagh Goodwin It is a scientific, social-political and economic fact that the greatest decade of music was the 1970’s. If you think, otherwise you are just wrong. Ok it is my personal opinion(but you know I am right.) Musicians were much freer to experiment with what they […]

By July 30, 2020 Read More →