The latest installment in "Government Gone Wild" - the ongoing epic California reality disaster show produced in Sacramento - has a new twist.
Union Pacific Railroad unleashed what critics are dubbing "the monster train" on unsuspecting Southern Californians earlier this year.
It was a heady time for Northern California.
Uncle Sam owns 45.3 percent of California's land mass.
Friday night football is the game at its purest form.
Next time you go to verbally beat up a teacher, take a deep breath.
They say if you don't like the weather in New England, just wait an hour or two.
The Highway 120 Bypass is a great location for a retail business.
Thirty months ago I found what I told myself was the perfect house.
Manteca's future is in distribution.
You can wear short shorts on a job interview and get a job so why can't you wear the same clothing to school.
I was smiling when Arnita Montiel spoke before the Lathrop City Council last week urging them to honor the accomplishments of Lathrop's very own, Scott Brooks, the former pro basketball player whose latest accolade is being named 2010 NBA Coach of the Year.
Taxpayers too often are considered clueless cattle even by those who claim they are looking out for their best interests.
California has a $19 billion deficit. The state's water plan for the next 20 years is non-existent. Education from kindergarten to the University of California is in crisis mode.
Cruising – once a rite of passage for Central Valley youth – is now largely a thing of the past.
Life is fleeting.
The early morning light shines through the glass, illuminating the stories and tails inside the Manteca Animal Shelter.
Smash an anthill, and ants will start scattering. Not only will they plague other areas of your yard where they weren't before but nine times out of ten they will eventually return and rebuild the anthill.
Tacos for a good cause! The Tactical Tacos fundraiser is being held on Friday, Aug. 8, to benefit the Manteca and Ripon Tactical Officers Association at the Manteca Senior Center, 295 Cherry Lane, from 6 until 11 p.m. For $30 you'll get tacos, two drink tickets and a chance to win door prizes. Plus you can win a firearm or tactical gear in a raffle!
Smoke hung over Yosemite Valley Sunday.
The zombies are back.
Editor, Manteca Bulletin,
The good old days.
I was almost embarrassed.
It is now a crime in America to let a 7-year-old boy walk a half mile by himself to the park.