STOCKTON - The Stockton Buddhist Temple presents its annual Bon Odori and Cultural Bazaar beginning on Saturday, July 23, at 7 p.m., with the traditional Bon Odori dance.
The words at the bottom of the wooden frame that held the picture of a dark-haired young woman with a tantalizing smile read: "DARE TO BEGIN THE JOURNEY."
Young tourists above one of Yosemite National Park's beautiful and perilous waterfalls were trying to pose for a picture. Instead they burned a horrifying image into the memories of everyone who saw.
A march Tuesday on the Manteca City Council chambers by family members and friends of the late Ernesto Duenez Jr. was an attempt to get answers.
It was a clear and consistent message: They want an independent federal investigation into the fatal Manteca Police shooting of 34-year-old Ernesto Duenez Jr.
LATHROP – The future, at the moment, isn't too bright for Lathrop. But at least the city is solvent.
RIPON - A honeymooning couple from Ripon, England, had to make a courtesy stop in Ripon on their way to Yosemite. Two of their grandparents Jim and Doreen Spence have held the office of mayor in their native country.
RIPON - The Ripon Rotary Club has bestowed its "Rotarian of the Year" honors to incoming president Louise Nan Johnson – superintendent of the Ripon school district.
RIPON - A few months ago, students from Colony Oak School were met with shock and dismay of the disastrous events in Japan.
RIPON – "Rango" is about an ordinary chameleon who accidentally winds up in the town of a lawless outpost in the Wild West in need of a new sheriff.
RIPON - Ripon VFW is hosting its sixth annual Luau Fund Raiser for our troops on Saturday, July 23, from 2 to 11 p.m. at 12455 W. Ripon Road.
The VEA Martial Arts Academy of Manteca will be hosting a Martial Arts Cultural Exchange Saturday, July 23.
The overall value of property within Manteca's city limits slipped for the third straight year.
There are no violent video games. There's no junk food. There are even lectures on the importance of exercise, nutrition, hard work, and responsibility.
Manteca is being spared physical court cutbacks.
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Things sure have come a long way in just less than a decade for the City of Lathrop's financial position.
One Manteca woman knows exactly how hard it is to deal with a child that has turned to drugs.
A targeted surveillance operation requested by Manteca Police Chief Jodie Estarziau to address citizen concerns about drug use and sales at Library Park resulted in ...
The 209's most unique - and what could become the most prestigious - residential address will become available this spring.
The Second Harvest Food Bank has outgrown its present site and is adding a second 22,000-square-foot warehouse with three loading docks located to the ...
Wanted: People that love Manteca.
Manteca is taking back the Manteca Library.
The San Joaquin County District Attorney and McDonald's restaurants have set up a partnership to keep kids safe as they are returning home from ...
When Mayor Sonny Dhaliwal thinks about the future of Lathrop, he sees a lot less traffic headed west in the morning across the Altamont.
Manteca Unified is offering what could be the ideal summer jobs for high school and college students with ties to the school district.
City Manager Elena Reyes and the Manteca City Council are parting ways on April 14.
This may just be "the" year to raft the Lower Stanislaus River.
On Saturday crews from the California Department of Water Resources will conduct what is considered the critical snow survey for gauging the amount of water ...
Beginning sometime next month, residents will be able to contact the City of Ripon for home curbside trash pickup.
Connie Jorgensen - the 70-year-old curator of the Clarence Smit Memorial Museum in Ripon - has spent the past five month training for the Modesto Marathon.
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