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.
The season for Pomp and Circumstance at Manteca Unified School District will kick off on Thursday, May 21.
Graduation at Ripon High is Friday, May 29, at Stouffer Field.
Ripon High will offer several new classes for the fall.
STOCKTON - For the second straight year, Ripon Christian is the Sac-Joaquin Section Division VII girls soccer champions.
STOCKTON - Ripon High had its chances in the Sac-Joaquin Section Division V girls soccer championship game on Saturday.
The City of Ripon must reduce its water usage by 36 percent.
STOCKTON - Chapter 5 of the Ripon-Hughson saga will take place at noon today at Arnais Field.
Namrta Gill is one of three valedictorians at Lathrop High.
SACRAMENTO - Second-seeded East Union came out swinging Tuesday against No. 15 American Canyon.
STOCKTON - Nick Sharp just missed making the cut Monday for next week's Nor-Cal Tournament at Corral de Tierra Country Club in Salinas.
The Ripon Unified teachers will be getting raises next year.
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A few short months ago, Sogie Osakue bid adieu to Veritas Elementary School.
It wasn't too long ago that the Ripon City Council passed an amendment to the Bingo Ordinance.
Jeni Zyski just finished back-to-school shopping for her daughter, Jennelle.
There are dos and don'ts at Manteca Unified when it comes to the dress code for the district's 23,500 students.
At the recent Ripon City Council meeting, Police Chief Ed Ormonde invited the public to attend National Night Out.
Majestic Blakely enjoyed putting the topping on his ice cream.
The Police Activity League grants are no more.
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Sonia Lasyone is the Ripon Unified's new Chief Business Officer.
The Ripon Unified school board continued to mull over the proposed Academic Probation policy.
Siegrid "Ziggy" Robeson is looking ahead to the upcoming school year.
Superintendent Ziggy Robeson is thrilled with her replacement.
Four non-profit groups supporting Ripon youngsters recently applied for Police Activity League grants.
Trustees of the Ripon Unified School District will look at three options Monday on the proposed Academic Probation policy.
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