Wheat - and not almonds, pumpkins or even grapes - is what attracted farmers to the Manteca region after the Gold Rush in a bid to make a living.
FRENCH CAMP - The French Camp McKinley Fire District was awarded a $250,000 traffic safety grant for the purchase of extrication equipment for distribution to 15 fire districts within San Joaquin County.
One solution to stretch Manteca's water supply may literally be just a flush away.
Editor's note: The Bulletin will occasionally catch up with people that were once high profile in the community to see what they are doing now.
Mike Dominguez didn't quite know what to do with the paperwork that his father handed him.
Customers at Target, Home Depot, In-n-Out Burgers, Grocery Outlet, and Applebee's among others in East Manteca will soon know what time it is without having to check their watch or cell phone.
Very few of the dogs that Manteca's animal service officers pick up on the streets are registered or licensed with the city.
The thieves who broke into St. Anthony School Cafeteria Friday night are being described as "not too smart." And for that, the school is being called lucky.
It was nothing short of a miracle when a code blue crash cart team of medics brought a friend of 400 workers at Doctors Hospital of Manteca back to life late Friday afternoon.
People burn out.
Dehydration techniques for herbs and fruits is the subject of the Ripon Garden Club meeting scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 5, at 10 a.m. at the American Legion Hall, 206 Stockton Ave.
Tons of citrus that could help feed struggling Northern San Joaquin Valley may go to waste.
The students of Ripon Christian Schools are celebrating their 100 days of attending classes by giving back to the community with countless donations to those in need from the homeless to the military.
In order to attract new businesses, the City of Ripon could use an identity.
Catholic schools are not just educational institutions, said Mary Lou Hoffman, principal of St. Anthony of Padua School in Manteca.
Noah Valdez might have the spirit and moves of a basketball player, but he's got a legion of soccer players cheering him on.
It hasn't taken Randy Schaapman long to leave his mark on collegiate rodeo.
Mary Del Pino is getting ready to resume her Portuguese Cultural classes in Manteca.
Steve Perea isn't trying to run anybody out of town.
Manteca home builders want the city to speed up processing development plans but apparently they don't want to pay for it.
The Delta Rebels are no more.
Many harbingers of spring have come and gone.
STOCKTON - John Muir spurred an environmental movement that continues to gain steam a century after his death. An estimated 150 scholars and fans will gather to examine that legacy on Saturday, March 22, at a conference at University of the Pacific, home to the world's largest archive of Muir writings, sketches and photographs.
Janet Dyk two decades ago wanted to make sure that school kids had a connection to farming and understand where their food came from.
There's a reason why Woodward Park sprinklers were watering grass in the middle of one of the heaviest storms in Manteca in more than a year - municipal crews were checking for water leaks.
Herbs are literally the spice of life.
Nearly 400 young girls gathered at Stella Brockman Elementary School's softball field at 10 a.m. Saturday for the Manteca Youth Softball Association (MYSA) opening day ceremonies.
LATHROP – Law enforcement officers and MedicAlert representatives will be there. So too will a mental expert and the parents of special needs children.
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River Islands at Lathrop won't cause much congestion during commute hours on Interstate 5 between the 120 Bypass and Interstate 205 connectors.