MODESTO -- Weeks after flames tore through some classrooms at Bret Harte Elementary School, students returned to campus on Tuesday. "Everything was gone so we have new desks that were in our warehouse. Curriculum materials have been delivered," Modesto City Schools Interim Superintendent Craig Rydquist said. A total of 10 classrooms at Bret Harte were affected by the fire on Dec. 29. Five rooms were destroyed, including the library and computer lab.
STOCKTON -- Stockton has its very own professional basketball team -- Team Trouble. Playing is their passion and Monday night they suited up in front of their hometown crowd. "This is a basketball town," Team Trouble owner James Paul said. "It's always been a basketball town." Paul decided to launch Team Trouble last fall, having come up with the idea while shooting hoops at his Stockton produce business. "We came up with the idea. It was spur of the moment. He came out of the office.
Little Valley Fire RebuildingWASHOE VALLEY, Nev. (News 4 & Fox 11) â€” This month marks one year since the Little Valley Fire burned 23 houses and 17 outbuildings in Washoe Valley. Now, some victims are starting to rebuild their homes. "This was my pride and joy" Duane Steidley's home was burned to the ground after the fire tore through his property. "Used to be a three-story home. "Steidley is now reconstructing his home of nearly 40 years.
Students returned to Bret Harte Elementary School this week after someone set fire to several classrooms, the library, and a computer lab. How the #Modesto community is rallying around the kids there to make sure the fire doesn't affect their studies: http://bit.ly/2rkrXJKhttps://t.co/qVjqLaposY
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