California water politics are about as easy to navigate as swimming through shark infested waters with 100 pounds of red meat strapped to your back.
Was that a Huey Lewis sighting at the San Joaquin County Fair?
State prisoners could soon get hit by sending jobs off-shore.
Two pivotal projects that could end up making or breaking Central Manteca's future are expected to break ground in the coming months.
A few years back, Manteca Waterslides did a take-off on a popular Top 40 song "Walk Like an Egyptian" to create a radio campaign dubbed "Walk Like a Manteekan" promoting the recreation water park.
It's a tongue in cheek police harassment satire that a friend sent me on line supposedly written by a police sergeant in a Southern California department. It was well done and it was obvious I had to talk with the author before using it in a column.
Sometime on Friday afternoon when I was busy planting four Japanese maples, the earthly journey of my oldest brother Richard ended.
Roy Gardner lived across the alley from my family when I was growing up in Roseville.
My sister Mary was a senior in high school when she decided she wanted to become a teacher.
Editor, Manteca Bulletin,
Big corporations may one day want to thank PG&E for helping throw a roadblock in their never-ending battle to manipulate California government through the initiative process.
The most terrifying words in the English language are: I'm from the government and I'm here to help." - Ronald Reagan
Andrew Blankenship turns 24 this week.
Meg Whitman is right.
Life - as Dick Prada lived it - is about doing the right thing.
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Should adults be required to wear helmets when they bicycle?
Pray for rain.
It' amazing how you remember something and it leads to remembering something else.
I was my washing my microwave food cover Saturday when I realized something - it was once made out of clear plastic.
What happened to the Jerry Brown of old?
Why does Manteca - a city of 73,000 – still have a library that was designed for a community of 36,000?
"I pay taxes."
Water - or the periodic lack thereof - isn't the biggest threat to the San Joaquin Valley's economic vitality. It's air quality.
Steve Martarano is a hired gun for the Bay-Delta Office of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.
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