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Vets seek services from mobile office

Elmer "Tom" Campbell sought help to address his hearing problems last week. He was among a number of local veterans who showed up for a four-hour mobile office event bringing Veterans Affairs (VA) services to the Ceres American Legion Memorial Building.

July 17, 2012 | Jeff Benziger | Regional News


County Fair starts Friday

The 2012 Stanislaus County Fair opens Friday for a 10-day run.

July 11, 2012 | Jeff Benziger | Regional News


Hughson family searches for missing teen

HUGHSON - Family members of a missing girl here are worried about her well being and have taped up posters around the area seeking clues to her whereabouts.

July 11, 2012 | Jeff Benziger | Regional News


CUSD personnel changes as school nears

With the beginning of the 2012-13 school year a little over a month away, Ceres Unified School District has most of its administrators in place.

July 11, 2012 | Jeff Benziger | Regional News


Judge to hear Supercenter case in October

A Stanislaus County Superior Court judge is scheduled on Oct. 5 to hear the challenge of Citizens for Ceres against the city of Ceres in its approval of the Mitchell Ranch Shopping Center and anchor tenant the Walmart Supercenter.

July 11, 2012 | Jeff Benziger | Regional News


Record number of swimmers join summer swim classes

Traci Farris stood on the deck of the Ceres High School Monday with a swim suit and holding onto a floatation device. Normally behind a desk at the Recreation Department, the city employee was ready to fill in for a lifeguard who was absent for the day.

July 05, 2012 | | Regional News


Winnings aid rural community

For a second consecutive year, a rural community group is benefiting from the luck of Ceres farmer Wendel Trinkler. He recently won a contest hosted by Monsanto that offered a $2,500 cash prize, which he turned over on Wednesday to the Mountain View Recreation Center and the Local Warriors Club (LWC) which benefits two rural schools.

July 05, 2012 | Jeff Benziger | Regional News


New Turlock law could put Ceres tow operator out of business

A newly-passed Turlock ordinance could put a Ceres based tow-truck operator out of business.

July 05, 2012 | Alex Cantatore | Regional News


Sierra Repertory Theatre pulls off Carousel a fun musical in Columbia

Rogers & Hammerstein would be happy to see the way Sierra Repertory Theatre has delivered one of their most celebrated musicals ever - Carousel.

July 05, 2012 | Jeff Benziger | Regional News


Economy forced entrepreneur to switch from pools to gold

Larry Chisler used to build pools and spas when the economy was good. As Valley jobs were trimmed and foreclosures skyrocketed, there wasn't enough business to keep Fun Pool & Spa afloat.

July 05, 2012 | Jeff Benziger | Regional News


Officials warn public to use only safe and sane fireworks

Ceres officials are advising the public to stay away from the illegal fireworks to celebrate the Fourth of July and go for the safe and sane variety that are being sold by area non-profit organizations.

June 27, 2012 | Jeff Benziger | Regional News


July is National Parks and Recreation Month

Look around and you may see flowers in full bloom and trees standing proud, showing off their new wardrobe of green resurrection. Schools are out of session, minus a few conscientious staff members and/or administrators who wish to get a head start on next year's academic adventures. Warmer weather temperatures, coupled with extended daylight hours indicates spring has passed and summer is here. National Parks and Recreation month takes place each year in July and the city of Ceres, along with other venues in the surrounding areas, offer plenty of fun and exciting places to explore and enjoy.

June 27, 2012 | Lt. Rick | Regional News


Jim & Mildred Kraus celebrate 64 years of marriage

James and Mildred Krause celebrated 64 years of marriage on June 18.

June 27, 2012 | Jeff Benziger | Regional News


Indian cuisine offered in Ceres

Until now, Ceres residents had to travel to another city for authentic Indian cuisine. No more does one have to leave Ceres to whet that appetite.

June 27, 2012 | Jeff Benziger | Regional News


Officer's good deed for transient not first act of kindness

Common sense and charity intervened last week to keep a man - who ordered and ate a large meal at a restaurant he couldn't pay for it - from going to jail.

June 27, 2012 | Jeff Benziger | Regional News


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