"We have nothing to fear but fear itself." - Excerpt from President Franklin D. Roosevelt's first inauguration speech in 1933
Back in the late 1880s, a man named Joshua Cowell set out from Nevada to seek his fortune in the Great Central Valley.
"Never underestimate Joe Six Pack's need to buy the latest and greatest tech products." - Brian Marshall, an analyst at Gleacher & Co.
Why are we so patient with the California High Speed Rail Authority?
Unemployment in Manteca is at 14 percent.
The death of 22 Navy SEALs in Afghanistan immediately got me to thinking about James Parra.
The Golden Rule - do unto others as you'd have done unto you - is not something that the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors bothers to live by.
Are you ready for today's lesson in Government Spending 101?
Something once unthinkable happened last month.
Allow me to state that I am anti-drug use but I believe we are going about it the wrong way. I believe a pragmatic approach is what is needed.
I'm having my own little Poseidon Adventure.
RIPON - Lisa Van Groningen just gets to hang out these days at the Ripon Farmers Market.
Steve McKee is long retired from the rough and tumble politics of Lathrop.
Is high speed rail in its present form worth mortgaging California's future?
Turf warfare waged by those sporting blue and red are tearing this country apart.
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Sacramento has issued an edict to roll back greenhouse gas emissions to 1990 levels within four years.
A proposed alignment for the controversial dry levee in southwest Manteca that is a critical element to meet the state mandate to provide 200-year flood ...
Manteca City Manager Elena Reyes recalls her first day in the City Council chambers.
Ripon Police - with information provided by two alert residents - arrested two women on suspicion of stealing mail.
Keith Rangel has experienced his fair share of back-to-school first days at Ripon High.
The Boys & Girls Club of Manteca-Lathrop opens today for the new school year after a week of annual clubhouse maintenance.
There is a wrong-headed "absolute" that's driving the downtown Manteca debate.
Pundits can't figure out why moderate Democrats in the Central Valley and the Inland Empire aren't jumping for joy at the chance to ...
Manteca High was built in 1920.
Singing -or more precisely music - isn't one of my strong suits. I don't sing in the shower as I don't want to ...
When is it going to end?
So in last week's article I commented on my utter disdain for Hillary Clinton for any number of reasons which are too numerous to ...
Manteca - that once billed itself as "The Crossroads of California" in the 1980s before adopting the moniker "The Family City" - is at a crossroads.
The Doctors Hospital Auxiliary has again distributed more than $20,000 in college scholarships to area students who are at least beginning their third year ...
It was a huge blow for the city when Lathrop's 51-year-old glass manufacturing facility was shuttered for good in 2013.
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