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About Ceres, CA
Ceres, California is located next to SR-99 in the San Juaquin Valley, just north of Turlock and just south of Modesto and located in Stanislaus County. In 2010, the population of Ceres was 45,417 people, which is an increase in 2000 with a population 34,609 people. The name Ceres is in honor of the roman goddess of Agriculture.
At differing times of the year, annual events are hosted by the community of Ceres. On the first weekend, the Ceres Street Faire is celebrated every spring. One of the regular events in the summertime is the Concert in the Park. Fall is noted when the Halloween Fun Festival occurs, which is followed by the much attended and colorful Tree Lane opening ceremony.
The first newspaper in Ceres is known as the Ceres Courier Since 1910, this newspaper has been in publication. In 2012, The offices of the Ceres Courier were moved from an address in downtown Ceres. It has since combined it every day operations with its sister paper, known as the Turlock Journal, which is located in Turlock, CA. There is also a Spanish-language newspaper.
In 1867, three men named Daniel Whitmore, Cassius Warner, and John Service, were the first white pioneers families to inhabit Ceres. In 1870, Mr. Whitmore constructed his house, which is currently known as the Whitmore Mansion, which is located at 2928 5th Street. The Ceres Historical Society, and the community of Ceres have completely restored the old mansion and it is still standing.
The population was widespread in the community of Ceres. In 2010, there were some 14,623 of the residents or 32.2% who under the age of 18. There were some 5,108 residents or 11.2% of the residents who were between the ages of 18 and 24. There were some 22,506 residents or 27.5% who were between the ages of 25 and 44. There were some 9,667 or 21.3%, of the residents who were aged between 45 and 64. There were some 3,513 people or 7.7% who were 65 years of age or older.
There were 13,673 housing units, out of which 8,010 units or some 63.1% were occupied by renters. Some 4,682 or 36.9% were occupied by owners. The rental vacancy rate was8.2%, while the homeowner vacancy rate was 2.5%. Some 27,776 residents in housing units that were occupied by the owner, while some 7,288 residents, lived in rental housing units.
The community of Ceres is in the 21st Senate District, of the California State Legislature, and is represented by Democrat Adam Gray. Republican Adam Gray represents the 21st Assembly District.
In 2005, the first police officer died in the line of duty in Ceres, A Sergeant named, Howard Stevenson was killed. Another police officer named Sam Ryno was the first to respond to a call about a man that had a gun in front of George’s Liquors. A Marine on leave following his return from Iraq, named Andres Raya, was armed with an SKS rifle and open fired on officers, and killed Sergeant Stevenson and hitting Officer Ryno. After he open fire on some team members from SWAT, Raya was also shot and killed.
The theory for the attack was portrayed by local media, which suggested that Raya may have snapped as the result if his experience in the Iraq War. Sources who close to Raya spoke of his distress and violent nightmares, which resulted in drug use and bouts of heavy drinking, while he was on leave. However, Raya had been involved in gangs for years before he enlisted for military service, which is what the officials from law enforcement claimed. During the investigation, Modesto authorities discovered information about the shooting that demonstrates that s Raya was a gang member, but wasn’t involved in combat experience in Iraq.