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City Manager Rod Butler says goodbye; Business Challenge announced
The Stanislaus Business Alliance Small Business Development Center (SBDC) announced that they will be holding their first ever Stanislaus Innovation Challenge during Tuesday evening’s regularly sch...
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Four candidates to vie for Mayoral seat
Four local candidates—current Mayor Luis Molina, and challengers Ralph Arredondo, Dominic Farinha and Sheree Lustgarten—have decided to run for Mayor of Patterson. Voters will choose who will lead ...
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Jim Groft pitches school resource chaplain to board of trustees
Senior Chaplain Jim Groft was invited by Patterson Joint Unified School District (PJUSD) Superintendent Philip Alfano during the regular board of trustees meeting Aug. 18. Groft is a retired educat...
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Neighborhood watch group strives to inform, unite community
Residents within the city of Patterson have been utilizing a popular new Facebook page that aims to keep one another informed about criminal and suspicious activities in the city with the help of t...
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AutoZone hit by familiar commercial robber
Patterson’s AutoZone auto parts store, located off of Highway 33, was robbed Tuesday evening, Aug. 19, at approximately 9 p.m., by a suspect who fits the same description of a person responsible fo...
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Paint for Freedom raises awareness, donations
Paint for Freedom hosted an art gala at Patterson Covenant Church on Aug. 16, their third annual event to spread awareness about sex trafficking and slavery and to raise money for New Day for Child...
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New postmaster sworn in
by Nathan Duckworth | Patterson Irrigator
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Patterson postmaster Jasminder Kaur replaces now-Lathrop postmaster Margaret Klein, who oversaw Patterson’s post office since December 2012.
Patterson Dialysis Center will soon open
by Maddy Houk | Patterson Irrigator
Aug 21, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 7 7 recommendations | email to a friend
West Side residents soon won’t have to travel to Modesto, Ceres or Turlock for dialysis treatment. The Patterson Dialysis Center, 1700 Keystone Pacific Parkway Unit A, is slated to open before the ...
Interim City Manager appointed; Downtown Visioning Project consultant selected
by Elias Funez
Aug 14, 2014 | 2 2 comments | 27 27 recommendations | email to a friend
Tuesday’s special City Council meeting began with the announcement of Ken Irwin’s appointment to the position of Interim City Manager, and ended with the council making decisions well into the elev...
City issues mandated water curtailments
by PI Staff
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The city of Patterson approved Resolution No. 2014-55 in the eleventh hour of Tuesday night’s special city council meeting authorizing staff to Implement Stage II of the cities’ Drought Contingency...
Amazon Career Choices Program pays for workers to go back to school
by Elias Funez
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Employees that have worked the year since the 1,000,000-square-foot Amazon Fulfillment Center opened last September will soon be eligible for Amazon’s Career Choices Program, which pays for employe...
Candidates file for board seats
by PI Staff
Aug 14, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 13 13 recommendations | email to a friend
In a big election year for Patterson, four local residents have filed to run for mayor, six candidates have filed for the two open seats on City Council and three people have thrown their hats in t...
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