Templeton Guide|Thursday, February 27, 2020
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    Multi-million dollar narcotics distribution network shut down

    –After an investigation that began in November 2016, members of the Sheriff’s Narcotics Unit have shut down a major methamphetamine Full Article

    Nomination period for primary election deadline is March 9

    –Anyone interested in running for one of the offices on the June 5, 2018 election must complete the necessary paperwork Full Article

    Templeton CSD receives a transparency certificate of excellence

    –Templeton Community Services District (TCSD) received the District Transparency Certificate of Excellence by the Special District Leadership Foundation (SDLF) in Full Article

    Templeton Fire and Emergency Services Stairclimb Team gears-up

    –On March 11, 2018 members of the Templeton Fire and Emergency Services will participate for the 5th year in a Full Article

    Templeton CSD awards recycling grants

    By Shelby Kranich, Templeton CSD Conservation Intern Each year the Templeton Community Service District (TCSD) opens the opportunity for local Full Article

    Templeton High School Drama presents My Fair Lady

    –Templeton High School Drama Department will present My Fair Lady March 15-17 and 22-24 at 7 p.m. and March 17 Full Article

    Templeton Chamber announces Citizen, Business of the Year

    IMPACT Awards Dinner to honor community’s heroes and leaders of Templeton on February 24 —The Board of Directors of the Full Article

    Templeton resident intervenes in suicide attempt

    —Templeton resident Rico Barnes and his six year old daughter, nicknamed “Monster”, were just driving to McDonald’s on Jan. 29 Full Article

    Templeton Firefighters selling bouquets for a cause

    Templeton Firefighters selling flowers to benefit Leukemia and Lymphoma Society —This Valentine’s Day, show your love by supporting a wonderful Full Article

    Templeton Historical Museum restores 1933 Ford school bus

    —The Templeton Historical Museum is about to have a “new” vintage addition to their exhibit, as the three year restoration Full Article
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