No one should be denied a fun, sporty vacation because of a physical or mental condition. For over 25 years, The Winter Skiing Unlimited program has provided many deaf, blind, paraplegic, quadriplegic and developmentally disabled individuals a chance to experience an otherwise missed opportunity: snow skiing.
BEAR VALLEY – A light dusting just won't cut it.
Winter is just around the corner, and many holiday vacationers plan to head to the ski slopes with their family and friends. But for those who are unfamiliar with riding, there are a few tips to consider.
LATHROP - The forecast for Thanksgiving weekend in Lathrop: Icy conditions with snow.
Donald Myers likes The Boys Boys.
SONORA - The 38th Anniversary Sonora Christmas Festival takes place Thanksgiving weekend, Nov. 23, 24, and 25 at Sonora's Mother Lode Fairgrounds
It's been just over one year since Turlock's Carnegie Arts Center rose from the ashes of a fire in 2005 that left it in ruins.
Paintings. Sculptures. Photographs.
Country music legend Willie Nelson helped put Tracy on the global map when he performed at the Grand Theatre Center for the Arts in July. Willie Nelson & Family Live in Concert kicked off the sixth Presenting Season offering at this interdisciplinary arts venue in the heart of Tracy's historic downtown.
STOCKTON – The iconic San Joaquin County Administration Building in downtown Stockton consolidates some 16 different support and service departments.
STOCKTON - Country superstar Carrie Underwood is appearing on Feb. 26 at the Stockton Arena.
MODESTO - Ralph Woodson's Purple Haze is not your typical tribute band.
MODESTO – Music is in the air at Modesto Junior College.
MODESTO - The fifth consecutive year that local singers will gather to participate in a sing-along performance of Handel's "Messiah" takes place Sunday, Nov. 18.
STOCKTON - The Stockton Chorale will a "Make a Joyful Noise" for the Holidays on Nov. 30 and Dec. 1 with performances under the direction of artistic director/conductor Magen Solomon.
As a member of the Stockton Rowing Club, Kathy Brown has been in and around the San Joaquin Delta and its many tributaries.
The roads wind.
Sit in the stands at Guss Schmiedt Field on a Friday night and you're bound to experience a plethora of smells.
Those driving down Geer Road in Turlock this summer may see the unusual sight of a snowball fight. No, there's not a freak atmospheric condition that turns this part of the Central Valley into a frozen wonderland, but rather the doings of one business owner.
STOCKTON – The patio at Valley Brew during the summertime is fickle.
RIPON – Water parks do a great job of copying it.
When the weather sizzled up to 106 degree last week, Wendy Deulus took her workout to the swimming pool.
Locals looking to beat the heat without traveling to a nearby lake or pool can still cool down at the local parks in Turlock, two of which boast water facilities.
Lake Don Pedro is a favorite summer hotspot for locals looking to beat the heat and enjoy several activities lakeside but this year the ongoing drought has posed a small impact on the lake's recreational facilities.