Tucked among the various Almond Blossom Festival booths is one that's locally owned and operated.
Ripon residents who pay higher electrical rates than their neighbors who switched to Modesto Irrigation District may soon have their bills slashed by 15 percent.
A morning meeting for the City of Ripon's oversight board to the successor agency of the Redevelopment Agency is scheduled for Monday.
Anna Fassler's boyfriend couldn't make it to the Almond Blossom Queen coronation ceremony Thursday night.
Betty McBrian recalls the rich history of the Ripon Almond Blossom Festival when the entire celebration from the parade to the carnival took place in the city's core with kids being able to ride their bikes to the community center festivities.
Within the next three months, the City of Ripon is expected to begin construction on the compressed natural gas and bus shelter project.
A.M. Stephens Construction of Lodi was awarded the bid to handle the Main Street Phase 2 enhancement project.
Kevin Tate would have preferred not to see the rain Tuesday that officially ended the spring-like temperatures in the Central Valley.
The Spring Creek Golf and Country Club board of directors voted unanimously to increase its number of social members.
The VFW Post 1051 Hall on West Ripon Road is always in a celebratory mood whenever members gather. But the party on the eve of Valentine's Day was even merrier than most. The reason was obvious. Gatherings like it happen very rarely at the hall.
For elected leaders, the City of Ripon featured on a television series is nothing more than an intriguing thought.
The Almond Blossom Festival carnival opens Thursday with $1 rides from 5 to 10 p.m. at Mistlin Sports Park.
His wood-headed golf clubs haven't seen the light of day in nearly a decade.
The restoration of the old 1925 vintage Ripon Jail is soon to be completed through the efforts of Ripon Historical Society President John Mangelos and Harrison Gibbs along with countless hours of donated labor to its roof and foundation.
The Ripon Cyclones were again granted free use of the Ripon High varsity softball field.
Call it the home stretch of the Ripon Community Athletic Foundation's seven-year effort of renovating the facilities at Ripon High.
By VINCE REMBULAT