QUESTION: If a chicken rancher has 50,000 chickens and he has to pay $40 a hen for new roomier cages to meet a state mandate how much of the cost are consumers going to absorb?
John Carney is a 31-year-old pursuing a master's degree in fine arts at the University of Maine.
"Manteca today finds itself in a position which is hardly unique in California. Population is exploding, while the Downtown remains worn out and outmoded, without the qualities which will maintain it as the prime shopping center of the community."
Drive eastbound on the 120 Bypass long enough and you know the drill: Grip the steering wheel, get ready to hit the brakes, and fear for your life.
No red flags here.
Manteca's cozy lounge bar was locked up and put behind bars on Monday.
Thomas the Tank Engine was sad.
Talk about bursting my (champagne) bubble.
On this heavily-traveled stretch of rural road, amid thorny bushes, broken glass and snake holes, lays a memorial for Brian Niederbrach.
I am underwater.
Question: What do the now defunct Soviet Politburo and the Manteca City Council have in common?
The Twin Tunnels propaganda is a classic case of double talk.
Welcome back, kids.
"The city isn't dedicating a transit station; they're dedicating a community meeting hall."
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There is a middle ground on the 11.5 million illegal immigrants - the Pew Hispanic Center's estimate - that are in this country.
It looks like the immediate threat of a flood in South San Joaquin County is suspended for the time being.
Fred Millner - a persistent observer at City Council meetings who sometimes rubs people the wrong way when voicing his opinion - is on to something.
Free money. Free money.
I am not a good vegetarian.
Midway between Independence and Lone Pine along Highway 395 in the eastern Sierra is Manzanar.
Ninety teen models will take part in the eighth annual premiere runway Fashion Show at Manteca High on Saturday, March 4.
The cost of making emergency repairs to a failing sewer trunk line under Union Road could easily exceed $90,000.
Manteca's elected leaders in the past 10 years blessed two sales tax sharing deals to secure major retailers.
Good fences make good neighbors, so the Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Robert Frost wrote in one of his verses.
The days of the stench from sugar pulp recycled through cattle in the Moffat Feed Lot are gone.
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