San Francisco seems to have a thing against law-abiding citizens.
Imagine, Manteca having a population of 110,000 in 25 years.
Here are a few facts to consider:
The lady turned around, glanced at the items I had placed on the conveyor belt late Saturday afternoon at a cash register at the North Main Street Save Mart, and asked "are you a vegetarian?"
Please print all the facts when you write a story about the golf course. I understand that your story in Saturday's paper was based on information you received from city hall but when you don't have all the information the result is a story about the golf course which incorrectly portrays it to be a vast financial drain on our city general fund. And like much information which has been printed in the newspaper over the past 33 years in which I have been the golf professional, it presents a false impression of the golf facility.
Life is an interesting journey.
Fans of the National Football League can be quite passionate about their teams.
Ever notice that it is getting rarer and rarer these days to find a male of the species under the age of 25 without an ear ring?
All or nothing at all is an approach that those on the left and those on the right should use sparingly.
It is a sight I will never forget.
Manteca has millions of dollars laying around in restricted accounts that can't be used to bridge the city's remaining $2.5 million general deficit.
Fewer cops on the street means slower response – been there, seen that – today and in the '60s.
The loss of a newspaper is not a good thing – even a competitor.
We weren't the Brady Bunch nor were we the Waltons.
Much ado – and appropriately so – is made about Manteca's peace officers and firefighters.