Ripon is exploring having two water systems - one for domestic use and the other for landscaping.
Dr. Glen Shirk was once the pediatrician to Jake Parks.
Young blood may be needed to infuse a spark in the Fireworks Committee.
Station No. 3 of the Ripon Consolidated Fire District is two months away from completion.
Calvary Reformed Church is looking to host an end of the summer block party.
Dr. Glen Shirk was a longtime pediatrician in Ripon.
The Ripon City Council will wait until next meeting to decide whether or not to cancel or change the Aug. 5 session.
Organizers in charge of starting up a Ripon Community Garden have the blessings of elected leaders to go forward.
National Night Out is still a month away.
Construction on Weston Elementary School will begin this summer.
Stouffer Field will always be called Stouffer Field.
To become compliant with laws of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Ripon's 70-year-old Main Street Inn and its owner Joan Corso have decided to spend $50,000 to construct a completely new restroom for the access of disabled clientele.
Pedro Ramirez, 30, of Turlock has been arrested by Ripon police for allegedly drugging and raping a coworker at a restaurant on Jack Tone Road near Highway 99 while they were both at work, police said.
Mayor Chuck Winn recently gave his best guesstimate on the attendance of the City of Ripon Farmers' Market at Stouffer Park.
Ripon Councilman Jake Parks was selected to attend the upcoming League of California Cities conference in Los Angeles. More importantly, he'll represent the City of Ripon as the designated voting delegate during the annual business meeting at the General Assembly on Sept. 5.
The missing "Rhino" utility vehicle taken over the New Year's holiday from Ripon High School was discovered in a northeast Manteca neighborhood at about 4 a.m. Tuesday parked on a residential street.
John Reynolds is vying for a post on the Ripon City Council.
Last year, the City of Ripon submitted two proposed projects for the San Joaquin One Voice trip to Washington, D.C.
Ripon has more than complied with Gov. Jerry Brown's drought emergency request calling for Californians to cut water use by 20 percent.
Seven applicants are scheduled to be interviewed by four elected leaders with the goal of filling the seat once held by Vice Mayor Elden 'Red' Nutt, who passed away suddenly on Nov. 21.
A Saturday night DUI and driver's license checkpoint on Jack Tone Road saw 441 vehicles funnel through the cone zone as officers checked for those under the influence as well as motorists without licenses to operate their cars and trucks.
At tonight's Ripon City Council meeting, elected leaders will discuss appointments to various commissions.
Ripon Rotary has given the community the gift of time.
Monday is the deadline for applicants seeking the Ripon City Council seat left vacant following the sudden passing of Vice Mayor Elden 'Red' Nutt on Nov. 21.
Despite the recent wet weather, water needs were addressed at last week's Ripon City Council meeting.
Riponites paid homage to their "gentle giant" of a leader Friday with a heart-and-soul tribute.
Donna Parks has served on the Ripon Unified school board since 2006.
The weather did a great job cooperating with this year's annual "Taste of Ripon," sponsored by McManis Family Vineyards.
Cliff Jorgensen held a cookie in his left hand.
Elden "Red" Nutt was remembered as a friend, father figure, and even a common sense guy.