A Manteca resident drove a piece of history this Memorial Day weekend as his 1951 Amy M37 weapons carrier stood out on the streets of downtown.
David Cushman is 23 years old. He has a keen interest in politics. That said, he hasn't felt the "Bern."
What a tangled web we weave at times.
It is time once again for Pomp and Circumstance.
Drive west into Del Puerto Canyon from Patterson and you'll climb into San Antonio Valley cradled between the ridgelines of the Coastal Range.
Do you have $63.80 you can toss into a garbage disposal and flip the switch on for every member that's in your household?
Mark Zuckerberg would be busing tables at Olive Garden if he relied on people like me to make him rich.
Want to see what a classic political hit piece looks like?
Welcome to San Joaquin County, Homeless Haven USA.
A Caltrans engineer years ago told me that there really isn't such a thing as an unsafe road.
Politicians, they say, are wise to know the lay of the land.
The self-righteous pushers of sin taxes are at it again.
Stand beneath one of the massive three blade wind turbines dotting the Altamont Pass hills when they are working and you will hear a "whum, whum" sound.
Letters are going out this week to property owners that are creating a serious fire hazard because they have failed to abate weeds and other rubbish.
Interested in scuba diving? Curious about what lifeguard training involves? Want to swim laps for exercise? Need to learn how to swim? Or do you just want to splash around and have fun?
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Editor's note: Dennis Wyatt is on vacation. This column first appeared March 26, 2005 in the Manteca Bulletin. The city, 11 years later, is ...
Editor's note: Dennis Wyatt is on vacation. This column first appeared Feb. 16, 2005 in the Manteca Bulletin.
Manteca's destiny is sealed but its fate isn't.
Ben Cantu's proposal during his unsuccessful 2014 campaign for the Manteca City Council to convert the Manteca Golf Course into a low-key community park ...
I feel so much safer knowing that California will soon be doing background checks on those who buy ammunition.
Although I hated nearly every minute of my time in the Army, it gave me an education on life that I could never receive anywhere ...
Digesters - a critical process of the wastewater treatment plant that currently serves nearly 90,000 people in Manteca and Lathrop - aren't exactly glamorous.
Daryll Quaresma, a third-generation dairy farmer sold his long time, family-owned cow dairy to one of his siblings 16 years ago before focusing his attention ...
Manteca city voters on Nov. 8 will get to do something that Modesto voters no longer can - vote to fill all council seats that are ...
Tamra Spade was pleased with the overall results of the Fourth of July festivities in Ripon.
Mosquitoes are out for blood.
You've heard the pitch.
My front-end washing machine generated an odor after a number of uses.
I drank chocolate milk - gallons of it - when I was a kid. The same goes for soda, sugar, potato chips and Twinkies.
I came across a relic on Sunday.
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