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CSUS receives $1.6M for FNP master’s degree program

California State University Stanislaus is the recent recipient of a monetary gift that will benefit students of its family nurse practitioner master’s degree program.

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Stockton Unified students benefit from Amazon donations

 

Amazon associates unload boxes with $15,000 worth of clothing, living essentials and holiday toys for children and families in Stockton.

STOCKTON — Online retail giant Amazon brought much needed relief to families in transition during the holidays.

On Dec. 5, employees of Amazon’s Tracy fulfillment center helped make the season a little more joyous for students of Stockton Unified School District whose families are going through rough times by delivering some relief.

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Modesto’s AgSafe awarded $192K contract

MODESTO — A contract worth $192,000 has been awarded to a nonprofit which provides training, education and outreach in the farming industry.

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Online app inspires real-life activity in school kids

 

Students at Hoover Elementary are part of 95,000 students throughout Merced, San Joaquin and Stanislaus counties staying active with an online application called GoNoodle.

By MARC LUTZ
Business Journal Editor

There’s no denying that it’s a digital world we live in. Anywhere one turns, people are connected to their smartphones, tablets or some form of digital device.

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Stanislaus State releases business forecast for SJ Valley

California State University, Stanislaus has published its San Joaquin Valley Business Forecast Report. The report, now in its eighth year, highlights the economy of the valley from San Joaquin County down to Kern County.

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Wing Zone owner awards kids for excellence in school

 

Kristie Ehlers, owner of Wing Zone in Stockton, displays the Award of Excellence given to students in area schools.

By MARC LUTZ
Business Journal Editor

STOCKTON—To say Kristie Ehlers loves children could be an understatement. The Wing Zone franchise owner has known she was going to be a mom and to take care of kids long before motherhood ever happened for her.

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University of the Pacific students take on River of Skulls for Army Corps of Engineers

University of the Pacific students take on River of Skulls for Army Corps of Engineers

50 first-year, transfer and international students volunteered for National Public Lands Day