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286 West Main Street
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Courier reviews the top news stories of 2016 - Ceres Courier

Monday, January 23, 2017

Stanislaus County in 2016 without seeing a "Worth Your Fight" yard signs posted in front of a business, staked in the yard of a residence or tethered to a fence. The campaign, a joint effort by the Turlock and Modesto irrigation districts -has the goal of informing the public about the potential negative impacts associated with a controversial State Water Board document that proposes to allocate 40 percent of unimpaired flows along the Tuolumne River for fish and wildlife.In addition to the thousands of Worth Your Fight yard signs seen throughout the region, TID and MID submitted several opinion pieces and letters to the editors of local print media outlets, as well as conducted both recorded and live radio interviews to talk about the campaign. Campaign members also distributed fact sheets and thousands of window decals, presented the proposal and its possible negative impacts to various community organizations throughout the TID and MID service areas, informed local, state and federal officials of their concerns, purchased a billboard advertisement in Ceres, and created Facebook, Twitter and Instagram social media accounts. Worth Your Fight has also partnered with Save The Stan, which is a similar joint consumer awareness campaign between the South San Joaquin, Oakdale Irrigation District and Tri-Dam Project.This effort will continue into 2017. Written comments on draft revised SED for Phase 1 of the Bay-Delta Water Quality Control Plan are due by 12 p.m. on March 17.The State Water Board announced during the public hearing in Modesto that they anticipate releasing a final SED and plan in May 2017 and considering it for adoption in July 2017.The following is a month-by-month look at the top stories covered by the Courier:JanuaryThe year 2016 barely got off to a start when Ceres Police were involved in a Jan. 5 officer shooting that killed Albert Thompson, 28, at a run-down apartment complex at El Camino Avenue and Don Pedro Road. Two Ceres officers were visiting the complex at 2601 Don Pedro Road where prior illegal drug activity had occurred. The officers encountered a Thompson who began to run from officers who gave chase. While still inside the court area, Thompson was seen allegedly "retrieving an item from his waist area," according to a Ceres Police Department statement. The two Ceres police officers opened fire on Thompson who died on scene.At its Jan. 4 meeting, the Ceres Planning Commission determined that Lions, Eastgate, Marie Neel and the Ceres River Bluff Regional parks should be completed before the city looks to build additional parks. The action came as a new Parks Master Plan was approved by the Ceres Planning Commission...

Victim's samurai sword found in car after fatal Turlock shooting - Modesto Bee

Monday, December 05, 2016

Investigators found a samurai sword in Amritpal Sandhu’s car shortly after he was gunned down while driving in Turlock three years ago.In the early hours of Nov. 6, 2013, Sandhu, 21, called 911 and told a dispatcher that someone in a black Nissan Altima had fired a gun at his car while driving on Highway 99. Sandhu said he was chasing the black car into Turlock. Moments later, Sandhu told the dispatcher he had been shot.Sandhu was found dead in his white Infiniti sedan near Minaret Avenue and East Main Street in Turlock. His car was spotted slowly coming to a stop as it jumped a curb and struck a utility pole. The car came to a stop on the lawn of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church.Pardeep Singh, Kultar Singh Dhatt and Cole Nathaniel Millington are accused of murder in Sandhu’s death. A preliminary hearing for the defendants continued Friday with testimony from Turlock police Officer Mark Alberti, who heard six or seven gunshots that night and was directed to Sandhu’s crashed car.The officer said he approached the car and spotted Sandhu in the driver’s seat, leaning back and unresponsive. He said th...

Turlock High student killed crossing road - Modesto Bee

Monday, November 14, 2016

A Turlock High School student was struck by a car and killed Friday evening as he was crossing an intersection on foot against a red light, marking the second fatal accident involving a pedestrian in as many days in the city.Glenn Cooper, 18, died after being taken to the hospital, according to the Turlock Police Department. Officers found Cooper as they responded to a call about 8:30 p.m. Friday at North Golden State Boulevard and Fulkerth Road.Police say Cooper was crossing Golden State Boulevard at Fulkerth against a red light when he was hit by a vehicle traveling south on Golden State. He “appeared to have been in the crosswalk when he was struck,” according to the police news release.The driver of the vehicle cooperated with police, and alcohol and drugs were not suspected in the collision.Turlock Unified School District has been notified of the student’s death and plans to make grief counselors available for students, staff and faculty, police report.The fatal accident comes just...

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Courier reviews the top news stories of 2016 - Ceres Courier

Monday, January 23, 2017

Stanislaus County in 2016 without seeing a "Worth Your Fight" yard signs posted in front of a business, staked in the yard of a residence or tethered to a fence. The campaign, a joint effort by the Turlock and Modesto irrigation districts -has the goal of informing the public about the potential negative impacts associated with a controversial State Water Board document that proposes to allocate 40 percent of unimpaired flows along the Tuolumne River for fish and wildlife.In addition to the thousands of Worth Your Fight yard signs seen throughout the region, TID and MID submitted several opinion pieces and letters to the editors of local print media outlets, as well as conducted both recorded and live radio interviews to talk about the campaign. Campaign members also distributed fact sheets and thousands of window decals, presented the proposal and its possible negative impacts to various community organizations throughout the TID and MID service areas, informed local, state and federal officials of their concerns, purchased a billboard advertisement in Ceres, and created Facebook, Twitter and Instagram social media accounts. Worth Your Fight has also partnered with Save The Stan, which is a similar joint consumer awareness campaign between the South San Joaquin, Oakdale Irrigation District and Tri-Dam Project.This effort will continue into 2017. Written comments on draft revised SED for Phase 1 of the Bay-Delta Water Quality Control Plan are due by 12 p.m. on March 17.The State Water Board announced during the public hearing in Modesto that they anticipate releasing a final SED and plan in May 2017 and considering it for adoption in July 2017.The following is a month-by-month look at the top stories covered by the Courier:JanuaryThe year 2016 barely got off to a start when Ceres Police were involved in a Jan. 5 officer shooting that killed Albert Thompson, 28, at a run-down apartment complex at El Camino Avenue and Don Pedro Road. Two Ceres officers were visiting the complex at 2601 Don Pedro Road where prior illegal drug activity had occurred. The officers encountered a Thompson who began to run from officers who gave chase. While still inside the court area, Thompson was seen allegedly "retrieving an item from his waist area," according to a Ceres Police Department statement. The two Ceres police officers opened fire on Thompson who died on scene.At its Jan. 4 meeting, the Ceres Planning Commission determined that Lions, Eastgate, Marie Neel and the Ceres River Bluff Regional parks should be completed before the city looks to build additional parks. The action came as a new Parks Master Plan was approved by the Ceres Planning Commission...

Victim's samurai sword found in car after fatal Turlock shooting - Modesto Bee

Monday, December 05, 2016

Investigators found a samurai sword in Amritpal Sandhu’s car shortly after he was gunned down while driving in Turlock three years ago.In the early hours of Nov. 6, 2013, Sandhu, 21, called 911 and told a dispatcher that someone in a black Nissan Altima had fired a gun at his car while driving on Highway 99. Sandhu said he was chasing the black car into Turlock. Moments later, Sandhu told the dispatcher he had been shot.Sandhu was found dead in his white Infiniti sedan near Minaret Avenue and East Main Street in Turlock. His car was spotted slowly coming to a stop as it jumped a curb and struck a utility pole. The car came to a stop on the lawn of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church.Pardeep Singh, Kultar Singh Dhatt and Cole Nathaniel Millington are accused of murder in Sandhu’s death. A preliminary hearing for the defendants continued Friday with testimony from Turlock police Officer Mark Alberti, who heard six or seven gunshots that night and was directed to Sandhu’s crashed car.The officer said he approached the car and spotted Sandhu in the driver’s seat, leaning back and unresponsive. He said th...

Turlock High student killed crossing road - Modesto Bee

Monday, November 14, 2016

A Turlock High School student was struck by a car and killed Friday evening as he was crossing an intersection on foot against a red light, marking the second fatal accident involving a pedestrian in as many days in the city.Glenn Cooper, 18, died after being taken to the hospital, according to the Turlock Police Department. Officers found Cooper as they responded to a call about 8:30 p.m. Friday at North Golden State Boulevard and Fulkerth Road.Police say Cooper was crossing Golden State Boulevard at Fulkerth against a red light when he was hit by a vehicle traveling south on Golden State. He “appeared to have been in the crosswalk when he was struck,” according to the police news release.The driver of the vehicle cooperated with police, and alcohol and drugs were not suspected in the collision.Turlock Unified School District has been notified of the student’s death and plans to make grief counselors available for students, staff and faculty, police report.The fatal accident comes just...