Tony Mistlin is doing his part to help with the City of Ripon's fireworks display.
A public workshop on the proposed changes to the Blossom Express transit service's routes will be held today in Ripon City Hall, 259 N. Wilma Ave.
RIPON – They are fish out of water, forced to find relief at high school swimming pools not their own.
The best appears yet to come for the Mistlin Sports Park based on a recent report.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
A possible burglary in progress in a neighborhood near Ripon's Weston Elementary School in the southwest section of the city Thursday saw officers quickly alert staff members to move the children to another play area for their safety.
The Blossom Express transit service in Ripon currently operates on a regular Tuesday and Thursday schedule.
It will soon cost residents a little bit more to get their missing cat or dog out of the pound.
A single line of police officers in uniform on bicycles drew the attention of Ripon motorists who reacted with honks and waves as the trio followed their instructor from Southern California down Main Street into the city's central business section.
Ripon Unified is still trying to fill positions.
Two police officers and two firemen downed large pastrami sandwiches in less than two minutes as a small crowd cheered them on to the finish Saturday.
It's all about 50 Faces/50 stories in a four by nine inch, full-color hard bound edition commemorating the 50-year celebration of the Bethany Home Society that will celebrate its half century with a Grand Gala at the Ripon Community Center on Friday, Sept. 13.
There's plenty going on in Ripon in the coming days.
Marlon Gayle has a goal of learning the names of each student at Colony Oak School.
When Bill Draa stepped in and took over the reins at Ripon Unified School District he hit the ground running.
The Office of Consumer Affairs with the use of California State Police served a search warrant at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Excel Physical Fitness business at 103 East Main Street in Ripon.
Ripona Elementary School promoted its eighth-grade class on Wednesday evening in a ceremony presided over by Principal Dante Alvarez and Ripon Unified Board of Trustees member Ernie Tyhurst.
It's going to be a "sock hop" of the 1950s at the West Ripon Road VFW post Saturday starting at 5 p.m. with dancing to the period songs that will have the place jumping to the juke box music of the era.