Ag students of the Manteca Unified School District are experiencing the business side of life on the farm.
The San Joaquin County Fair is right around the corner.
Jordan Jeffery had no idea that his charcoal art work would garner the awards.
Each year, the Indian Education Program servicing students of the Manteca Unified School District must present its federal grant for public viewing.
Organizers of the one-day trip to New York City along with a five-day stay in Washington, D.C., are still accepting registrations for youngsters interested in this excursion planned for June 2011.
LATHROP - Genessis Gonzalez was hoping that one or more of her digital photographs will be selected for Tuesday's District Art Show.
Scenes from Give Every Child A Chance's ASAP.
The 12th annual Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps awards ceremony at East Union High on Friday was a swan song of sorts for Carin Martz.
Torrie Gallegos was excused early from school on Thursday.
Seventy-six teams and about 880 registered participants are scheduled to take part in this weekend's Manteca Relay for Life benefiting the American Cancer Society.
East Union High art students recently took part in the Vans Custom Culture Contest.
A few days ago, Jessica Maxwell was in San Leandro getting fitted with a sample silver-and-black Raiderette uniform.
The Manteca Unified school board agreed Tuesday to ratify a three-year agreement with the Manteca Educators Association covering 2010 to 2013.
Michael Garr is the new director of facilities at Manteca Unified.
Eric Reis was thrilled to be back at Guss Schmiedt Field.
Harrison Gibbs has a vision for Ripon.
Every day is Halloween for San Joaquin Valley Paranormal Research.
Editor's note: This story first ran on Feb. 9, 2010 in the Manteca Bulletin
A few years ago, Sister Veronica Hagen was a special guest at the senior luncheon hosted by Sister Ann Venita Britto and her Ministry of Caring.
The City of Ripon is continuing in the right direction towards conserving water.
This has been a long time coming.
Caution: Children at play.
Since the start of Trans Valley League play, the Ripon High Indians have elevated their play.
Sister Ann Venita Britto and her Ministry of Caring are loading up the candies.
Rick Deutsch is Mr. Half Dome for good reasons.
Like most youngsters, Logan Enox doesn't mind a good tuna sandwich.
Two new members of the community and a student are looking to step up and serve on the Measure "G" Citizens' Oversight Committee.
Desiree Mendola was shocked and surprised to discover that she's the first student athlete at Lathrop High to sign a letter of intent to play college sports.
STOCKTON – A time-consuming drive late in the game Friday helped the Weston Ranch High Cougars slip past visiting Kimball, 18-14.