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MTV Premiering Show About Former Manteca Resident

MTV Premiering Show About Former Manteca Resident

Born in Tracy and raised in Manteca, Devin Star Tailes’ story will debut on MTV tonight in a new reality series called “Dev”.

The show follows Tailes, 22, on her journey to stardome. Although Tailes already had hits such as “Like a G6” to claim, her career hit a wall when she became pregnant. The show will document her struggles of juggling her pregnancy while trying to release her debut album.

The show premiers on MTV tonight at 11.

blotted out sunshine

blotted out sunshine

I bet a fun thing would be to go way back in time to where there was going to be an eclipse and tell the cave men, ‘If I have come to destroy you, may the sun be blotted out from the sky.’ Just then the eclipse would start, and they’d probably try to kill you or something, but then you could explain about the rotation of the moon and all, and everyone would get a good laugh.
Jack Handley

Did you see it, the Annular Solar Eclipse?

 

My last working

My last working

My last working day with the Department will be November 17th. It has been an amazing ride. As my last day gets closer I find myself examining my career and getting a bit nostalgic. One thing about cops is that we have stories. Its one common truth about us. If you sit next to a cop you're going to hear stories. Please indulge me for a moment as I share my favorite story from my career.

Do I Make a Difference?

Good people and quality wine are key to Delicato’s success

Good people and quality wine are key to Delicato’s success

Ask some business owners why their companies are successful and they have to think a moment, but Chris Indelicato, CEO and president of Delicato Family Vineyards, responds immediately: “Really good people and quality wine.”

And Delicato Family Vineyards’ success is indisputable.

Delicato Family Vineyards (DFV) was named U.S.

A gift of dignity: Lodi woman at home with unusual profession

A gift of dignity: Lodi woman at home with unusual profession

Kristi Davis is an embalmer. Several funeral homes pay her to prepare the deceased for visitation and interment. The job is unusual and the vibrant young woman belies the morbid aura that surrounds her profession.

“I am a trade embalmer,” Davis said. “A trade embalmer travels to funeral homes and embalms and performs other services, including cosmetic preparation. They call me when needed, and I serve four homes in San Joaquin County. I also work in Jackson and all the way to Vacaville.

Opening their hearts

Opening their hearts

OPENING THEIR HEARTS
Manteca Bulletin
RIPON — Liz and Scott Williams have opened their two-story north Ripon home to 16 children over the past 3½ years. Liz is a marketing project manager for a software company in Pleasanton. ...