Healthy habits should start at an early age.
There's no budget blues this year in Ripon.
The Ripon Christian Athletic Complex is getting closer to becoming a reality.
Youngsters can learn some of the police procedures on collecting evidence at a crime scene.
Weber's BBQ & More may be still considered "out of sight, out of mind."
The Feast of St. Anthony's luncheon for seniors Thursday had a patriotic flavor.
Ziggy Roberson enjoyed a whirlwind day in Ripon.
How much does a city fork out for a dazzling Fourth of July fireworks aerial show?
Temperatures sizzled to triple digits this week but that wasn't enough to discourage a group of young volunteer workers of the Ripon Community Athletic Foundation.
A two-street section of historic downtown Ripon will be closed for several Thursdays during the early evening.
For efficiency and bargain, the bus gets high marks.
It may be too early to tell but the wine-tasting addition to the Ripon Farmers Market appears to be a success.
Last week's eighth-grade promotion exercises were a time to remember for 126 students at Walter Woodward School.
Seventy-six students from Veritas School received their eighth-grade promotion certificates last Wednesday.
Eighty-four students at Shasta School received their promotion certificates last Tuesday.
As a member of the Stockton Rowing Club, Kathy Brown has been in and around the San Joaquin Delta and its many tributaries.
Today's Manteca Independence Day Parade will feature over 34 entries to the theme of "Traveling the USA."
Whether the brand is TNT or Phantom, folks in the area have a choice when shopping for fireworks.
National Night Out is still a month away.
A non-profit group is looking to develop a small section near Doak Boulevard and Vera Avenue into a community garden.
Construction on Weston Elementary School will begin this summer.
Stouffer Field will always be called Stouffer Field.
Youngsters of the Give Every Child A Chance Summer Camp spent a portion of the past few weeks learning dances influenced by Disney Channel's popular "Teen Beach Movie."
Mayor Chuck Winn recently gave his best guesstimate on the attendance of the City of Ripon Farmers' Market at Stouffer Park.
Ripon Councilman Jake Parks was selected to attend the upcoming League of California Cities conference in Los Angeles. More importantly, he'll represent the City of Ripon as the designated voting delegate during the annual business meeting at the General Assembly on Sept. 5.
A cold plasma emission control system could be the solution towards cleaning up any foul smells coming from the Diamond Pet Food Plant.
From irrigating the yard to daily indoor uses, the average person consumes between 88 to 100 gallons of water per day.
The City of Ripon recently kicked off efforts that comply with Gov. Jerry Brown's request calling for "every Californian to conserve water in every way possible."
Harvest High School is now the official name of the Ripon High continuation site.
After a long run, the San Joaquin County Fair took a break for this year.