LATHROP – From truckloads of salmon to feed the seniors to famous favorite sons coming back to their old stomping grounds, 2011 was an event-packed year for Lathrop and its residents.
LATHROP – Despite tight fiscal times over the course of the last year, Lathrop has been working to move forward even in the face of dire adversity.
Karon Calhoun pulled her bike into Library Park, picked out a new winter jacket and sat down for a hot holiday meal.
Pastor Mike Dillman knows that not every family was in a position this year to have the kind of Christmas they wanted.
On any other day Nathan Maier would have struck gold.
LATHROP – The Lathrop Lions Club wanted to do something for Christmas that would leave a lasting impression on families in need.
When it comes to Christmas wishes, Ben Jetton has heard them all.
It was an annual tradition to pile into the car with my parents and drive around town looking at the ornate Christmas displays that people would assemble.
LATHROP – Gloria Rodriguez looked around Grace Community Church Wednesday night – at the smiling faces, the exuberant children and the overflowing holiday cheer – and felt grateful.
Brenda Pine doesn't make any attempt to hide her hillbilly roots.
Marisol Munguia has seen firsthand how much a bag of groceries can mean to a family in need.
LATHROP - A complicated travel stop proposal that could bring a new hotel and Lathrop's first gas station west of I-5 cleared a hurdle with the Lathrop City Council Monday night.
LATHROP – It's the focal point of the family's Christmas experience.
Sean Copeland wanted to make sure that he hammered out his holiday shopping before he officially started his weekend.
Randy Pearsall has amassed somewhat of a cult following.
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If you're reading this this morning and hoping to run down and get in line and get your hands on a ridiculously -priced item ...
Over the river and through the woods, to grandmother's house we go.
HILMAR – It was a situation that every high school quarterback dreams of.
There was a time when Indian spices were traded among colonies like a currency.
Ever wonder what a Cinderella story would be like in Russia?
The cultivation of marijuana for any purpose is officially illegal in Lathrop.
Carlyanne and Sydney Garcia could have asked for anything for their birthday.
It will now be up to the nearly 6,000 Lathrop residents to determine whether they're okay with rates for sewer and water to ...
Chuck and Terri Palmer's mission to supply deployed troops with a little taste of home is expanding.
It took Manteca just two minutes to score a pair of touchdowns and gain what appeared to be the momentum necessary to glide past visiting ...
Trayana Davis knows all about the benefits of the Manteca/Lathrop Boys and Girls Club.
STOCKTON – Concerned about the future rates you're going to be paying for residential power?
Master Sergeant Janet Graves knows a thing or two about sacrificing for service.
A piece of the World Trade Center made its way to Manteca on Monday afternoon.
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