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MJC net-zero building saves energy, money

MODESTO — When it was time for Yosemite Community College District to replace its World War II-era Central Services building, designers opted for a state-of-the-art energy efficient facility.

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Drug testing without taint of retaliation

Many employers in the Central Valley have implemented drug-free workplace policies, which may include post-incident drug testing of workers.  In addition, employers may also provide various incentives to employees to work in a safe manner.

Bruce Sarchet

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Ground broken on Pacific performance center

Pacific President Pamela Eibeck chats with donors Kathleen Lagorio-Janssen and Dean Janssen.

STOCKTON — The University of the Pacific officially broke ground Monday afternoon on a performance center for student-athletes.

The $1.5 million Janssen-Lagorio Performance Center will add 2,861 square feet to the university’s gymnasium. The facility will provide exercise equipment and weights for strength and conditioning training as well as a “fuel station” that will offer quick, nutritious snacks for student-athletes. It is expected to open next May.

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Iron Road Exhibit comes to the Davis Branch Library in June

Iron Road Exhibit comes to the Davis Branch Library in June

(Woodland, CA) – From June 3 - 30, The Chinese and the Iron Road: Building the Transcontinental exhibit will be displayed at Yolo County’s Mary L. Stephens Davis Branch Library, located at 315 E. 14th Street in Davis. Participants will learn about the Chinese railroad workers who were instrumental in building the first transcontinental railroad in the United States. Produced by the Chinese Historical Society of America Museum and the Chinese Railroad Workers in North America Project at Stanford University, this exhibit utilizes graphic panels to feature historical and contemporary photos, illustrations, stories of worker descendants and bilingual Chinese/English text written by railroad workers to tell this fascinating history.

Technology Training at the Keyes Library

Technology Training at the Keyes Library

Adults are welcome to come by the Keyes Library in January and February for trainings on library databases and applications. Each week the library will hold a training focusing on technology available to customers. Classes will focus on Mango Languages, Hoopla, eBooks, and Zinio. Below is a schedule of the trainings each week.

· Monday, January 12 from 9 to 10 a.m. and Thursday, January 15 from 3:30 to 4:40 p.m. Mango Languages Tutorial. Mango Languages offers online, conversation-based instruction in over 60 languages, including ESL courses taught in native languages. Mango offers remote access and free mobile applications so that tutorial can be accessed anytime and is free. Individuals can stop by the Keyes Library during these times to learn how to access and use Mango Languages.

The Market at Delta College!

The Market at Delta College!

Announcing...The Market at Delta College! (Previously known as the Flea Market) 
New Name and New Location!

Come out and see what The Market has to offer!

Visit The Market in its New Location
S. Burke Bradley Road @ Pacific Avenue

Every Weekend • Rain or Shine!

Turlock City Skate Park to be renamed and dedicated to local skater

Turlock City Skate Park to be renamed and dedicated to local skater

 

Turlock City Skate Park will be renamed and dedicated to a local skateboarder who died from Adrenocortical Carcinoma, a rare form of cancer, last year.

Brandon Koch was described as an avid skateboarder and friend to all by his aunt, Judith Suliman. The park, located on Starr Street, will be renamed Brandon Koch Memorial Skate Park.

A dedication will take place on Friday, April 12 at 1 p.m.