RIPON – At the midway point of the summer, Stouffer Field is in the process of a much-needed makeover.
Cars and truck roar past Domingo Rosales, who sits comfortably in his lawn chair amid the afternoon heat on Monday.
RIPON – Trustees shot down by a slim margin a proposed bond measure Monday that called for finally replacing aging portable units at Colony Oak and Weston schools while updating technology.
Eric Kimple enjoys coming back to Three Rivers Lodge.
LATHROP - John Vigallon and Stephen Crotty launched Revival Garment Restoration Inc. about two years ago.
RIPON – Tony Mistlin's contribution Tuesday will make possible the completion of the proposed Mistlin Softball Field Complex.
RIPON – When all is said and done, Tony Mistlin could be Ripon's $6 Million Man.
For about 15 minutes each morning, students of the Great Valley Writing Project would thump and pound on the colorful assortment of drums.
RIPON – National Night Out is held on the first Tuesday in August.
The Manteca Pregnancy Help Center is looking to go mobile soon.
There's plenty to like about the Sportage now featured at Kia Country of Manteca.
For the San Joaquin County Mosquito and Vector Control District, it's been an ongoing process in getting the word out on keeping people and animals safe from West Nile virus.
Will Smith of Marquis Entertainment has worked at plenty of events during the years.
Robin Taberna has tacked on another honor.
RIPON – Area commuters could soon welcome a new park and ride lot at Jack Tone Road along Highway 99.
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STOCKTON - The great part about any Super Bowl or playoff game is that you don't even have to be a sports fan to enjoy ...
For the past 15 years, the City of Ripon has provided a curbside spring cleanup program.
STOCKTON - Lathrop High used a strong third quarter to roll past host Weston Ranch 52-32 in Wednesday's Valley Oak League rivalry clash.
Billy Sharmoug referred to Wednesday's signing to play football at New Mexico State as his second chance.
The Ripon Tribe Award will be about those special relationships forged between student and certified or classified staff.
California voters passed Proposition 64, legalizing marijuana for recreational use.
Credit East Union High's second-half defense for the 49-32 Valley Oak League win over visiting Sierra on Friday.
The proposed Ripon Tribe Award is designed to celebrate that special nature of the student/teacher/staff relationship.
The first time I happened along the Warming Hut was about six years ago.
The Lancers came into the home of the Timberwolves believing they were the better team.
Do you have any project ideas for this year's Love Ripon?
STOCKTON - The young Cougars of Weston Ranch began their Valley Oak League title defense Tuesday with 62-42 loss to visiting Central Catholic.
Ripon City Council members welcomed plans for an indoor soccer field to the Mistlin Sports Park last week.
Never mind the 64-43 blowout win over visiting Johansen.
Think twice about ringing in 2017 with a bang.
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