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.
We are all familiar with Homecoming, the longstanding tradition at every high school that allows for a week of dress up and a taste of being among the local royalty.
So how good do we have it today?
Startled, the dog tore down the driveway and around the corner, ignoring his owner's commands.
A gunman enters an elementary school.
Down along Moffat Boulevard there are those who don't live the way most Californians do. They don't live in McMansions. They don't live in modest, traditional single-family homes. They don't live in apartments.
Information on the Internet should be free.
How much is that doggie in the window?
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Some educational elitists frame it as "just selling the farm."
First comes Halloween. It's just a warm-up for the real scary event - Election Day.
Questions on everything from water supplies and retaining law enforcement officers to how the city should handle homeless were fielded by Ripon City Council candidates ...
Manteca's food waste combined with methane gas from the municipal wastewater treatment plant could generate enough compressed natural gas to power properly-equipped vehicles averaging ...
On paper the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are over.
It was arguably the darkest hour in the 50-year history of the Manteca Unified School District.
Streets in Ripon and other cities can develop wear and tear over time from the elements and extensive use.
Manteca Parks & Recreation's first fall special event takes place on Friday, Oct. 14, when the Manteca Youth Advisory Commission stages the annual mother-son dance.
OK. I confess. I was 5-foot-10 and weighed 260 pounds in the seventh grade.
Jeff Zellner doesn't want other Manteca families to go through what his did.
Living your life in real time on social media is not wise.
You know how it happened.
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