Covering the search for the home burglar proved once again that women officers prove their worth more often than not. School resource officer April Smith was part of the human perimeter that had been set up around a corn field south of the Del Webb community.
The editorial the Manteca Bulletin ran two weeks ago on my brother and I in regard to South San Joaquin Irrigation District's proposed takeover from PG&E gave me cause for great concern. To even imply that I might share the same position as my brother simply because we share the same blood is irresponsible. Nor was I asked about my position before the editorial ran.
September 15, 2010|
By BILL BERRYHILL
It is easy to get teary eyed about the homeless especially given the 16 percent unemployment rate in Manteca. In the back of our minds we probably think that it could easily be us living on the streets
There are more than 12,000 homes on the drawing boards that various developers would like to build in Manteca during the coming years that reflect the Leave it to Beaver American Dream on steroids crossed with a McMansion version of the Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous.
It's come down to this: Death penalty foes who have consistently done everything they can to block California from executing those on death row now want the death penalty declared unconstitutional because the state doesn't put them to death quick enough. They argue lingering on death row for an uncertain execution is cruel and inhumane punishment.