RIPON – Mayor Elden "Red" Nutt along with his vice mayor, Garry Krebbs, came to a consensus on the various committee and task force assignments.
WESTON RANCH - The Manteca High boys varsity basketball team favors slowing down the game.
Ana Fonseca, Ana Hernandez, and Tiffany Morrison recalled their days at St. Anthony's School, helping out at the various functions for Sister Ann Venita Britto and her Ministry of Caring.
Does anyone really stick to their New Year resolution?
Sierra High boys varsity basketball coach Scott Thomason knows his squad's style of play.
RIPON – The Knights made a splash in their return to the Southern League Tuesday, defeating Mariposa, 62-40.
RIPON – Chuck Winn will soon serve as the chairman of the San Joaquin Council of Governments.
The Ripon City Council is expected to appoint Kevin Hawes and Brinton McCusker to the Planning Commission at tonight's session.
For the second straight year, Keystone club members were able to make a generous donation to the Manteca Animal Shelter.
LATHROP – Maurice Cotton of the Highlight Church of God and Christ will be celebrating his 90th birthday this weekend.
Michele Flores is celebrating the change of season.
The Sierra High girls varsity basketball squad closed out non-league play Thursday with a 38-26 win over visiting Ceres.
LATHROP – The Spartans closed out the preseason Wednesday with a 68-44 loss to visiting Chavez High.
The Timberwolves will play Enochs today for the championship of the Robert Dominik Fuchs Memorial Holiday Classic.
Nick Trout, a 2007 graduate of Manteca High, won his second NCAA Division II football championship.
Matt Rose shot a three-over par 40 to lead the Sierra Timberwolves past rival Manteca in a three-way Valley Oak League golf match at the Manteca Park Golf Course on Thursday.
Last year, the Ripon Indians swept Escalon in the two-game series decided by one runs.
The East Union High Lancers opened Valley Oak League play with a heartbreaking 8-7 loss against the Mustangs on Wednesday.
Ripon High tennis continued its winning ways Tuesday, defeating visiting Riverbank 6-3 in a Trans Valley League match.
Ripon High suffered a tough 3-2 extra-inning loss Tuesday to visiting Escalon.
The unique feature for this year's Fourth of July celebration in Ripon is the three-day carnival.
Ninety-five percent of the North Pointe Specific Plan is completed.
There was something magical about the spring luncheon hosted by Sister Ann Venita Britto and her Ministry of Caring.
With Valley Oak League play right around the corner, Sierra High played more of a complete game Friday, defeating visiting Turlock, 6-2.
The Ripon High Indians continued their winning ways Thursday by trouncing host Riverbank 16-2 in Trans Valley League play.
The East Union Lancers fell to Oakdale Thursday in Valley Oak League action at the Oakdale Golf and Country Club, 213-231.
Ted Johnston was surprised to see an increase of water usage for last month.
Ripon Unified last week reported four new hires, four resignations and one retirement.
Manteca High opened the Valley Oak League season Wednesday with a tough 21-15 home loss to Oakdale.
The Manteca High Buffaloes improved to 5-0 in the Valley Oak League, defeating visiting rival East Union in boys tennis action, 9-0.