You say you got spirit … that the team colors course through your veins?
The rich and powerful.
There's a lot that Al Gore says that makes sense.
Downtown, who needs it?
Dianne Feinstein called it right.
Ripon loves its high school sports teams.
I sent my first text Friday.
Serious community cheerleaders like the Ripon Rotary Club members need your support in making a difference.
A century ago, the tentacles of the old Southern Pacific Railroad – the infamous octopus that strangled the San Joaquin Valley economy – were being pulled back.
It was a reasonable concern.
The Environmental Perfection Agency is finally having its wings clipped.
Arturo Cardenas swivels in his seat, peaking over the partition to spy the first wave trickling in.
I pulled the Holy Grail of Colin Kaepernick rookie cards a year ago.
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They are among the best and brightest in Manteca Unified schools.
Walk onto any Manteca Unified campus today and you'll be hard-pressed to find a student without a cell phone.
Every time a home closes escrow at River Islands at Lathrop, $5,000 is paid into an account designed to lure employers to the planned ...
Lathrop voters on Nov. 8 will elect three City Council members.
Patience is still a virtue but the concept is on life support these days.
Let's call the proposed Manteca garbage rate hike as presented what it really is - a sham.
Now that postal carriers have risked getting a hernia delivering the 220-page California General Election Official Voter Information Guide, perhaps you might want to contemplate ...
Manteca's elected leaders are voting Dec. 6 to take the amount of money Manteca residents pay for garbage service up by as much as ...
What will it take for Democrats to lose the 95 percent black vote?
Guilt by association.
Colin Kaepernick did not beat his significant other. Nor did he run dog fights and then execute the losing dogs.
It's not just your imagination.
Deuel Vocational Institute - 10 miles southwest of Manteca - is a lot less crowded these days.
The loss of farmland to build employment centers, retail and housing will cost developers $17,808 an acre.
Manteca needs to drill two new water wells.
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