What a way to kick off the week: Blue Monday.
Ayla Fleming says becoming a Rainbow Girl was the best decision of her life.
RIPON – Stouffer Field may one day serve as the town's centerpiece for athletics and community spirit.
RIPON – Elected officials will consider Tuesday an amendment to the seasonal temporary use permits.
LATHROP - The Spartans gave it their all Friday against visiting Weston Ranch.
WESTON RANCH - The school colors for the Cougars are still maroon and gray.
The sleek, sporty, elegant and high-performing 2011 Kia Optima has finally arrived.
The Manteca High boys varsity basketball squad had several advantages over Lathrop on Wednesday.
LATHROP - The Buffaloes made use of their advantages against host Lathrop High on Tuesday.
Manteca's miracle preemie is all grown up.
RIPON – The City of Ripon cleared a big hurdle Monday towards bringing the fireworks display back to the heart of the community.
RIPON – The Indians improved to 2-0 in the Trans Valley League Monday with a lopsided 51-6 victory over visiting Escalon.
The City of Ripon officials are hoping to conduct a Fourth of July community fireworks celebration at Stouffer Field.
RIPON – Mayor Elden "Red" Nutt along with his vice mayor, Garry Krebbs, came to a consensus on the various committee and task force assignments.
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At Thursday's Lathrop High graduation, Principal Michael Horwood described the Class of 2015 as a very "special group."
What does it mean to be a Lincoln Raider?
New Haven Elementary School Principal David O'Leary called Wednesday's promotion exercise another phase for 61 of his eighth graders.
Some 132 eighth-grade students at Mossdale Elementary School took that next step on Tuesday.
If one valedictorian's speech summarizes the nature of a promoting class, then those that spoke Wednesday night at the Joseph Widmer ceremony had it down to a science.
Summer Reed made sure that her nails were perfect while the rest of her class buzzed around the room with anticipation.
Persabel Tecle looked at Tuesday's ceremony at Veritas Elementary School for eighth-grade students as more than just a promotion.
Ericka Anaya, Arianna DeBarros, Gavriela Garcia and Sylvia Rocha reflected on the past nine years at Sequoia Elementary School.
Ryan Ender and Mahir Pepic are both UCLA-bound.
Throw out a question – any question – and chances are that Gagandip Singh and Shannon Wesley might give you a near identical answer.
Elected leaders moved a step forward towards a once-a-month meeting format.
Calla High graduation on Friday had its fair share of memories.
Larissa Castillo learned through be.tech that procrastination really doesn't work.
Mauricio Torres is enjoying his final days at Lathrop High.
With the days dwindling down, Nicole Arteaga and Anis Guedoir are preparing for their one last task at Sierra High.
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