Finally there's a clear vision for downtown.
Normally I do not get into commenting on remarks left on the Manteca Bulletin's website.
A common sight in the waiting rooms at most hospitals and health care facilities are the number of people wearing N95 respirators.
Money – or the absence thereof – isn't just the root of all evil. It also has a wonderful way of clouding people's perspectives.
Imagine if the federal government were in charge of Halloween.
Claus Spreckels must be laughing his head off up there in Sugar Land.
It's been almost 10 years since I went through the lunch line at Sierra High School – where it wasn't uncommon for me to grab a cheeseburger, fries, and a coke.
Send your congressman a congratulatory note.
Editor, Manteca Bulletin,
If pain is relative, then it must be one of my first cousins.
Lincoln in Placer County where I grew up is much like Manteca when it comes to old and new neighborhoods.
Aaron is a frustrated trucker.
Over the years, Halloween has taken on different meanings for me.
You pass them on the street every day – municipal street crews, parks workers, firefighters, police and others.
The purpose of my column in the October 19 Manteca Bulletin was simply to make a point that more research on the subject of golf courses finances, when writing a front page story, may cast a different light on the subject rather than printing information derived from one source, inaccurate and outdated city documents.
He seemed a nice enough of a young man.
Old-fashioned Americana, some claim, is passé.
The world isn't just about you or I.
Martha Grisham was truly a big part of Manteca's heart and soul through much of her 91 years before she passed away on Christmas Eve.
Pain is relative. In my case it's a first cousin.
It was there, stark as heck.
Forgive me for not jumping up and down and screaming "First Amendment rights" as some of the jubilant folks did who managed to secure a ticket for the first showing of "The Interview" on Christmas Day.
Bob McBrian was a unique fixture at Ripon's Veterans' Museum.
Manteca wasted hundreds of thousands of gallons needlessly during the recent storms
The Dec. 16 and 17 editions of the Manteca Bulletin were special to me for 45 reasons.
Hey there, Spirit, shadow of the year past or yet to come.
It is not a perfect world.
I'm a bachelor.
The traditional tangible Christmas card is alive and well.
Next month thousands of parents will unwittingly give the government the ability to snoop into their private lives.