Members of the Measure G Citizens' Oversight Committee made the planning and design of Colony Oak and Weston schools to be conducted concurrently as one of their priorities on Monday.
Serving the needs of today's elderly population is a challenge in every community. Thank goodness there are places like Bethany Home and people like Joyce Heatwole, who commit themselves to meeting those needs. Joyce runs the Adult Day Services program at Bethany Home; a small but vital part of meeting the needs of seniors in our community.
It took Ripon Police just 38 minutes to identify and arrest a suspect in a drive-by shooting that disrupted an otherwise quiet evening.
Elected leaders will give it another go at amending the part of the ordinance that relates to any increase in the cost of their health benefits.
Patti Kennedy lost her voice at about the time she started as the Artist in School at Park View Elementary School.
Dean Uecker sat among many of California's new mayors last month and gave himself to the promise and potential filling the room.
In a bright blue shirt, shorts and black-framed sunglasses, Connor Norton looked more surfer boy than knight in shining armor.
From all indications, Diamond Pet Foods wants nothing more but to be a good neighbor.
What's the role of the citizens' oversight committee?
Literacy in the world is a main concern of the international Rotary Club.
Declining enrollment has been an issue at Ripon Unified.
The first of its kind Trivia Challenge is planned for Saturday night to raise funds for Ripon Christian High School's annual trek to the nation's capital in April. The school's Close up Club is sponsoring the contest.
Special evening gown fitting for Ripon High seniors were the order of the day Sunday at Marissa's Closet in the center of downtown in preparation for the March 16 Sober Graduation Fashion Show. It was billed as a "dress party" for the 17 and 18-year-old girls.
The Blossom Express bus service will officially make its debut next week.
Trophies and plaques line the walls of three classrooms along this back stretch of Ripon High School.
The City of Ripon is required to maintain its existing storm water permit program while implementing new permit requirements that gradually takes effect over a five-year term.
The coveted, nearly four feet high, Audie Murphy Trophy went to JROTC cadet Captain T.J. Hobbs at the annual Ripon High JROTC awards ceremony and banquet for the Indian Battalion.
A quarter mile of Main Street in Ripon is due for reconstruction.
A dynamic "Hooah!" literally rocked the walls of the Ripon Community Center by gathered battalion troops – past and present – of the Ripon High JROTC, leaving little doubt how they felt about their retiring Lt.Col. Patrick Dunn.
Folks bellyaching about their lawns being less green in order to meet a state mandated 25 percent water use cutback may want to consider themselves lucky.
The lowest oil prices in the last seven years could translate into a dip in asphalt prices.
Don't be alarmed if the front lawn at Ripon High looks a little dry and dingy.
Helen Rothlin Sandoval still remembers the many happy days spent at the Swiss Hall in Ripon.
The Ripon Swiss Hall and the 1939 World's Fair in San Francisco have plenty of things in common.
For the second straight month, the City of Ripon had increased water usage.
The check is in the mail.
Street and road maintenance continues to be a big concern.
In an effort to allow service organizations to conduct fund-raising events such as bingo, Ripon City Attorney Tom Terpstra recently revisited several old ordinances.
Have you felt that everything you ever worked for could potentially be taken from you at the last possible minute? Whether you have, it is an experience everyone can and will have at some point in their lives.
It was a nightmarish scene