Elden "Red" Nutt was remembered as a friend, father figure, and even a common sense guy.
The Ripon City Council is looking for applicants to fill the vacancy left with the passing of Elden "Red" Nutt.
The annual Ripon Christmas tree lighting set the mood for the season Monday night, drawing more than 200 people – mostly families – to Veterans' Memorial Park.
At tonight's Ripon City Council meeting, a public hearing is scheduled to consider water meters for all single-family residences.
When is a city as old as a choral performance?
The sudden death of Vice Mayor Elden "Red" Nutt has left a tremendous void, and not just for the City of Ripon.
Gae Carney's thoughts and prayers these days are being directed to the Ebola-ravaged country of Liberia in Africa. Central to her prayers are not just the people in that part of the world who are being threatened by the epidemic, but also to the Riponite's cousin, Captain Paul Strohl, and the 700 service men and women under him.
Imagine clicking on to the City of Ripon website where one of the interfaces would be a video showcasing the city as well as other nearby attractions.
Ripon has lost an icon.
Elden "Red" Nutt was Vice Mayor of the Ripon City Council, in line to become Mayor. He passed away Friday morning. Nutt, who was a retired police chief, has served on the council since 2006, and was appointed mayor twice during that stint. Prior to that, he was on the Ripon Planning Commission for two years. Nutt was the only incumbent to be re-elected during the 2012 campaign. He worked on the Ripon police force from 1964 to 1990. Nutt was also a member and past Commander of American Legion Post 190, past director and president of the Ripon Chamber ...
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A group of 70 Girl Scouts in the area will be at the American Legion Hall in Ripon on Saturday putting together blankets, stockings and other gift items to be given to all veterans at the Livermore Veterans Hospital for Christmas. The event is under the supervision of the members of the Ripon VFW Ladies Auxiliary.
Fireworks bursting above a Ripon elementary school Monday ended with police detaining three teens they found running across the playground and into the dark of night.
Chuck Winn is preparing to serve as the first Ripon resident on the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors since Adrian Fondse ended his service 35 years ago.
North Point could someday be that vibrant part east of the City of Ripon, supporting a few hundred new homes along with retailers and perhaps even a campus / technology area for high-tech businesses and medical offices.
Five teens - 18 and 19 years old - who robbed Ripona Market at gunpoint last August have been sentenced to multi-year state prison terms.
Graduation at Ripon High is Friday, May 29, at Stouffer Field.
The City of Ripon must reduce its water usage by 36 percent.
The Color the Skies event is being taken over by the Ripon Chamber of Commerce.
Ripon's city-wide cleanup of is half way complete as crews finished with residences on the west side of Highway 99. Next week the city will collect the remaining articles placed in front of homes.
The Ripon Unified teachers will be getting raises next year.
Ripon Unified teachers will soon be getting an 8 percent on-going salary increase.
Jack Tone Golf Course could soon see some improvements.
Road closures are being coordinated by the Ripon Police Department on Saturday for safety purposes during the 5K and the first 1.5 miles of the Half Marathon course of Rina's Run from 7 to 7:50 a.m.
It's been an interesting year for eighth-grade students at Weston Elementary 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.