Sadie Cabral was a classy lady who loved making people smile.
Justice is bittersweet.
The business climate is bad in California.
I always love getting calls from people who live on the East Coast or Midwest this time of year.
I'm not a huge fan of hunting.
Sylvia Siegel was an amazing woman.
It was the ultimate defining moment for the out-of-control culture of entitlement.
Ben Cantu - who finished second in the Manteca mayor's race last month - sounded like a broken record at times during the campaign when he harped on the city's "inability" to adopt a plan and stick to it.
Remember the howling wolf?
Whispering campaigns are always the ugliest.
Bummed about the economy?
I am trying to - in the words of trendy experts - de-clutter my life.
'Tis the season for absurd politically correct pronouncements.
Trimming the deficit isn't going to be an easy task as long as the debate is long on fear and short on rationale discussions.
Bob Cabral knew it would work.
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Have any interest in serving on the Lathrop City Council for a brief term to see whether you're ready to commit to a full ...
Ripon Almond Blossom Queen candidate Claire Wever, 16, has her heart set on teaching.
Gophers aren't very popular in Manteca.
It was a simple question: "A group of us are buying Powerball tickets. Do you want to get in for $6?'
The completion of Woodward Reservoir a century ago this year has been a godsend to South San Joaquin Irrigation District as well as the cities ...
The Cpl. Charles O, Palmer II Memorial Troop Support Program is scheduling a "Happy New Year" troop packing event on Sunday, Jan. 17.
The Lathrop City Council has consisted of only four people for the past 11 days.
Several local youngsters recently competed in the 2015 San Joaquin County Spelling Bee Championships.
Ripon Almond Blossom Queen candidate Nalani Alhambra, 17, has plans to attend the University of the Pacific to study for a career in dental hygiene.
Apple - as of July 2015 - was sitting on $203 billion in cash.
Vern Gebhardt is on to something.
There are more than 310 million firearms owned by United States citizens.
Remember the 1960s?
Manteca is continuing its southward march.
Don't underestimate the value of a dollar.
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