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Mother Lode Roundup Queen follows in mentor's footsteps The Union Democrat

Rachelle Snitchler was inspired to enter rodeo queen competitions by her role model, Catherine Gulizia, the 2011 Mother Lode Roundup Queen. "She taught me perseverance and to not be discouraged if and when I don't win," Snitchler said of Gulizia, whom she met as a fellow member of the Calaveras Wranglers 4-H Horse Club.

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District taps Cypress College administrator to head Columbia College The Union Democrat

Santanu Bandyopadhyay, executive vice president of educational programs and student services at Cypress College near Long Beach, will likely be named president of Columbia College on Wednesday. - union democrat Santanu Bandyopadhyay, executive vice president of educational programs and student services at Cypress College near Long Beach, will likely be named president of Columbia College on Wednesday.

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Bay Area music: Here are three Bay Area projects worth knowing about Inside Bay Area

Award-winning Hawaiian slack-key guitarist Patrick Landeza has released a new CD with students from Moreau Catholic High School in Hayward. Patrick Landeza has accomplished so much in his career, having performed at prestigious venues such as Carnegie Hall and recorded several highly acclaimed albums of Hawaiian slack-key guitar music.

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5 things to know about Audra McDonald RecordNET

Audra McDonald, who starred in three Broadway shows as well as appeared in several TV series and specials, brings her trio to Modesto for an afternoon show at Modesto's Gallo Center for the Arts. The show is at 4 p.m. Sunday at Gallo Center for the Arts, 1000 I St., Modesto.

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Women reportedly sent man 65,000 text messages after first date SFGate

Jacqueline Ades, 31, of Phoenix, Ariz., was arrested Tuesday on charges of threatening, stalking and harassment, according to local news reports. Jacqueline Ades, 31, of Phoenix, Ariz., was arrested Tuesday on charges of threatening, stalking and harassment, according to local news reports.

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Board confirms next Columbia College president The Union Democrat

Bandyopadhyay was officially confirmed for the position by the Yosemite Community College District Board of Trustees at a public meeting Wednesday in Modesto. He currently serves as executive vice president of educational programs and student services at Cypress College near Long Beach.

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Ballet fans in for a real treat at Tracy show RecordNET

Who says you have to drive all the way to San Francisco to enjoy an evening of ballet, when it's right here in our backyard at Grand Theatre Center for the Arts in Tracy? More than 35 dancers, ages 16 to 29, from Central West Ballet will light up the stage Saturday at 8 p.m. under Artistic Director René Daveluy, for their show called Creations, Choreography in America. "It is fun, energetic and is a crowd-pleaser," said Daveluy, a retired dancer from Ballet West in Salt Lake City since 2004 and director of CWB for the past 13 years.

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News of Record for May 12, 2018 The Union Democrat

7:50 p.m., animal complaints - Three cows escaped through a hole in a fence on Old Wards Ferry Road. 8:47 a.m., Twain Harte - A dead rat was placed on a Tiffeni Drive resident's fence, and she threw it down a hill, but the rat showed up on her fence four times.

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News of Record for May 17, 2018 The Union Democrat

12:04 p.m., trespass/loiter - Security video showed a man hanging around a construction area on South Green Street. 12:36 p.m., hazardous situation - Someone was concerned train crossing signs on Sanguinetti Road repeatedly went up and down.

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Arrests made at Angels Camp home The Union Democrat

The Angels Camp Police Department arrested four people on the 1800 block of Appaloosa Road Tuesday morning after serving a search warrant to locate illegal drugs, firearms and stolen property. According to an Angels Camp Police Department press release, at about 10 a.m., a search warrant was served with support from the Calaveras County Sheriff's Office as a part of an ongoing investigation.

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Kuykendall for County Superintendent Scotts Valley Banner

Scott Kuykendall would make an outstanding Superintendent of Schools for Stanislaus County. I have known Mr. Kuykendall for sixteen years and worked for him for five of those years, first as a teacher and department chair at Johansen High in Modesto when he was associate principal of curriculum and instruction and later when he was principal of Johansen and I was his associate principal of curriculum and instruction.

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KMRQ/Modesto Adds The Woody Show To Mornings AllAccess.com

Besides mornings, the show will also run on SATURDAYS from 6a-10a . "I'm thrilled that ROCK 96.7 made the decision to #JoinFun and go #ALLIN with #THEWOODYSHOW," said WOODY.

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Highway 108, 120 and 49 Road Work In May My Mother Lode

Plenty of roadwork and road closures will contribute to traffic delays this week on Mother Lode highways, according to Caltrans officials. Repaving of the 34 miles of Highway 108 from near Oakdale to Chinese Camp as well as from Chinese Camp to Moccasin continues into its second month.

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EMT couple saves shooting victim after just completing certification EMS1

Sarah Ketner and her boyfriend, Jake Whorton, were the first to perform CPR on a man who was shot in a movie theater parking lot MODESTO, Calif. - Two people who've just completed their EMT coursework put their new-found knowledge to work in a life-and-death situation late Tuesday.

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Human remains found in abandoned Modesto storage unit. Coroner trying to find family The Fresno Bee

The new Stanislaus County Coroner's facility is pictured on Tuesday in Modesto, Calif. County officials had a presentation and gave tours to show off their new state of the art facility.

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Special Report: Finding Family WDIO

Sisters often share an unbreakable bond. And Sonya Van Duker and Tammy Grimes are no different.

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Young Dairy Owner Plans to Thrive in Future Holtville Tribune

Nevin Lemos could be the youngest person to own a dairy in California. The 21-year-old owns Lemos Jerseys in Stanislaus County.

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