YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK. (AP) - Scientists are assessing the damage from a massive wildfire burning around Yosemite National Park, laying plans to protect habitat and waterways as the fall rainy season approaches.
Arnold "Butch" Rothlin is not a happy camper. Actually, he's not a happy alfalfa farmer.
The reunion committee for Manteca Union's Class of 1963 is missing contact information for a few of its classmates. The 50th reunion is set for Friday, Sept. 20, at Chez Shari from 5 to 11 p.m.
The Manteca Patriots will dedicate their Thursday, Sept. 12, meeting to a solemn remembrance of those who lost their lives in the terrorist ttacks on Sept. 11. It will include a grateful tribute to courageous first responders both then and today.
PASO ROBLES (AP) - Brooke Mayo never stopped thinking of the rosy-cheeked little girl she gave up for adoption nearly three-quarters of a century ago.
Caltrans has reopened Highway 120 from Groveland into Yosemite National Park. Crews reopened the section at noon on Friday. The state route has been closed 18 days since Monday, Aug. 19 due to the Rim Fire. Since the fire, Caltrans crews have been working 12 to 14 hour shifts removing fire damaged trees, repairing guardrail posts and replacing numerous signs. Caltrans has replaced nearly 1,000 burned out guardrail posts, and removed over 1,800 trees (that ...
YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK (AP) - Even as firefighters battle a gigantic wildfire in and around Yosemite National Park, environmental scientists are moving in this weekend to begin critical work protecting habitat and waterways before the fall rainy season beings.
For the last 25 years, the countryside in southwest Manteca was home to the Cornejo family. Next week, home will be a two-bedroom house on West Yosemite Avenue just a yodel away from the downtown business district.
They're shuttered, paved over or almost completely forgotten. But for Kristopher Rowberry, the amusement parks of yesterday are just as fascinating as any trip to Disneyland or Great America, even if there's nothing left to ride. Take, for example, his recent endeavor to chronicle the golden years of Manteca's famed Oakwood Lake waterslides. If you were to ask any Manteca resident that has called the growing community home for a substantial amount of time, they'll ...
Four different people harassed elementary school students over a four-day span last month. And three of them exposed themselves in the process. Even with a handful of tips coming from the public that are currently being followed up on by investigators, the Manteca Police Department is still looking for crucial information that may lead to the arrest of the individuals that they believe are responsible. The first of the incidents took place on Friday, Aug. ...
Manteca is on pace for the sixth straight year of 280 plus new homes being built. Builders have finished or started 217 homes through the end of August. Developers are convinced the market is picking up steam as site work is now underway on four new housing projects. It takes between four to six months to go for raw land to be turned into build-able lots. New residential construction - the barometer of Manteca's economic ...
LOS ANGELES (AP) - When it comes to hyping next-generation hardware, the video game industry doesn't typically opt for simplicity. However, during a presentation at the GameStop Expo in Las Vegas to promote the upcoming Xbox One console last week, a no-frills, old-school approach is exactly what Microsoft employed when confronted with a convention room full of passionate gamers.
NEW YORK (AP) - After the crossfire, CNN's new debating crew plans a "Ceasefire."
LOS ANGELES (AP) - A Southern California man who almost didn't survive the Boston Marathon bombing has returned home after five months of recovery and rehabilitation.
Manteca was booming in 1980. The city built a fire station at 399 West Louise Avenue to cover new neighborhoods along the Louise corridor. The station sat empty, though, when the hammers finally fell silent with the project's completion. Despite the booming economy, Manteca couldn't afford to staff the fire station. It would be a good year before the station was activated. It was the same time when the city's general fund reserves dwindled down ...
By DENNIS WYATT
Manteca won't be planting vines along sound walls on the Louise Avenue corridor as part of a $1 million federally funded transit enhancement project.
Lathrop High School Friday Night Live Club in conjunction with the Theatre Arts Department is conducting the 3rd annual Dia de los Muertos Carnival and Casa De Los Muertos Haunted House.
Sierra High's Intro/Intermediate Theatre Class is presenting "Westward Whoa".
ANAHEIM, (AP) - Not happy with your job? Just wait.
ROSEVILLE (AP) - A federal immigration officer was shot and three local police officers were wounded Friday during a violent confrontation with a suspect in a Sacramento suburb.
SAN ANTONIO (AP) - Three children and two adults have suffered minor injuries after a school bus crashed into a home at a Texas military base.
Tragedy on the Highway 120 Bypass struck once again as yet another semi-truck and trailer collided with cars stopped in the eastbound lanes, just west of the South Main Street overcrossing.
The Mad Scientist is at it again.
Calla High School's staff and students are adopting American troops this Christmas. To that end, they are teaming up with the Cpl. Charles O. Palmer II Memorial Troop Support Program founded by Chuck and Teri Palmer after their son who was in the Marine Corps was killed in action in Iraq on May 5, 2007.
LATHROP – If all goes according to plan, the City of Lathrop will save upwards of $1 million over the course of the next 25 years.
The power hungry Silicon Valley could be helping Manteca, Lathrop, and Ripon electrical users eventually obtain lower rates.
If Mike Midgley has a future in television, he's not saying.
Like most Americans, Michael Eggman reached his breaking point with politics over the course of the last two weeks.
The Health Services Department of Manteca Unified will offer flu shots free of charge on Tuesday, Oct. 29, from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.