Is there really a new day at City Hall?
IONE – Forget Paranormal Activity 3.
It is easy to sympathize with some of the sentiments of the Occupy Anything Because We Have Nothing Better To Do movement.
There are times I make Dick Van Dyke look like a ballet dancer.
Why is it a national priority to make broadband available universally?
These aren't exactly the greatest of times.
The mythical Barkley family of The Big Valley - an ABC TV series that ran from 1965 to 1969 - would recognize much of the terrain of their beloved eastern San Joaquin County.
I'm wrong. The Occupy Wall Street-East Hannibal-Timbuctoo-Salida-Manteca folks are right.
It is a scene that happens dozens of times – if not more – each day in Manteca.
McKinley Avenue could turn into the Waterloo of 1960s-style growth in Manteca.
A tear wells up in Jacqueline Siegel's eye as she tells her story to a Wall Street Journal reporter.
"The melancholy days are come, the saddest of the year,
Travel Moffat Boulevard and you'll come across a bit of hope inspired by Manteca Councilman Vince Hernandez.
The United States Postal Service lost $8 billion last year.
If Uncle Sam were a real human and not just a caricature for the United States he'd be investigated for child cruelty by Children Protection Services.
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Editor's note: Dennis Wyatt is on vacation. This column first ran on July 4, 2007.
When I was in eighth grade one of the moms who worked at my elementary school gave me a pin of hers I had admired ...
I do something that is putting me down the same path as the dodo bird. I drink tap water.
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