It was a transistor radio I found – an early Christmas gift for me – at the Antique Warehouse in Salida. A hand-held radio, it's just what I had been looking for over the past few years from the '50s – and it works.
Contemplate this little tidbit the next time gasoline prices push the $5 a gallon mark: The nation's largest known shale oil reserve is in our own backyard.
Taxing the sinners never works.
The Delta for centuries was a massive flooded plain in spring and a borderline desert by late fall.
Mediators - by definition - are supposed to be neutral disinterested third parties to a conflict they are being asked to resolve.
By all accounts, the three individuals seeking election to the Area 1 set on the Manteca Unified School District board are fine individuals.
Let's be honest.
Someone the other day asked in an e-mail why I had a problem with big government.
Do not cry for Pacific Gas & Electric.
They're kids. Well, actually young adults.
Fallout from intense infighting over two races on the Nov. 6 ballot could deliver a near fatal blow to California government as we now know it.
Explain to me how trashing downtown Oakland can stop the war in Afghanistan?
The Political Action Committees "helping" Jeff Denham and Jose Hernandez are doing them no favors.
The latest example of the state nickel and diming the people of California to death is no further than the nearest soda container.
The high cost of protecting non-native microscopic fathead minnows is going to bankrupt California.
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It is important to determine whether Joshua Brown was watching Harry Potter on a DVD player when he drove into history May 7 as the ...
The grumblings have already started.
It sounds like a pothead's nirvana.
So what are Manteca taxpayers' getting for the $475,000 investment in a parks and recreation master plan produced by the RJM Design Group that ...
It's a question I'm constantly asked: Isn't it dangerous to hike by myself in the Sierra or Death Valley?
It is costing Manteca taxpayers $475,000 so the city can have a plan for the next 20 years about what they should do to ...
Every Ripon Unified student from kindergarten through 12th grade will be using Chromebooks by the end of 2017.
Lathrop's new police chief Captain James Hood is conducting coffees to hear citizens' concerns at the Starbucks on Harlan Road.
A cadre of Manteca teens graduated from a week-long junior police academy in Ceres that taught the cadets everything from basic first-aid to the proper ...
Is the epic struggle the South San Joaquin Irrigation District has undertaken to replace PG&E as the retail power supplier for Manteca, Ripon, and ...
Mike Kelly is a wise man.
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