LATHROP – For 25 years, Pets & Pals has treated animals in need of homes with care and respect.
STOCKTON – East Union High has tough road to travel in the Sac-Joaquin Section Division IV Softball Tournament.
STOCKTON – The season came to an end for Sierra High on Wednesday.
Jerald Martin sat in his backyard last week as his two children tossed around the Nerf football.
The Class of 2010 at both Ripon High and Ripon Christian High will soon receive their diplomas.
Imagine teachers giving students the OK to use text messaging via cell phone and other electronic signaling devices as part of the instructional experience.
The Manteca Unified School District is gearing up for the graduation season.
Manteca Unified School District will once again turn to home-to-school transportation as a cost-cutting move for the upcoming year.
Every day, hour, minute and every second is precious for Jerry Martin.
The Humpty Dumpty preschool is scheduled to remain at the Lindbergh Educational Center.
Brock Elliott, Stella Brockman and George McParland schools are the toast of Manteca Unified.
Ana Julaton is doing her best to change the image of professional female boxing.
Unofficially, the home of Mick and Kristin Founts could've easily been deemed as the "Best of Manteca."
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.
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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.
She's ranked fourth in her class at Ripon Christian High with a grade point average of 4.135.
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