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Youth football season opens in Tracy

Youth football season opens in Tracy

Youth football season opens in Tracy
Tracy Press
by Tracy Press staff The Tracy Buccaneers hosted their first games of the Delta Youth Sports Association season against the Galt Junior Warriors at Tracy High's Wayne Schneider Stadium Saturday. The Buccs won all four games. The Starts 35-6 win started ...

Three TUSD pools to undergo safety retrofitting

Three TUSD pools to undergo safety retrofitting

Three TUSD pools to undergo safety retrofitting
Tracy Press
by Denise Ellen Rizzo / Tracy Press The pools at West and Tracy High schools are slated to have their drainage systems retrofitted, which will bring them into compliance with federal and state safety laws. According to Tracy Unified School District ...

Swing for Youth appreciates community support

Swing for Youth appreciates community support

Swing for Youth appreciates community support
Manteca Bulletin
The Friends of Manteca Parks & Recreation Foundation just recently conducted the “Jim Brown Swing for Youth” Benefit Golf Tournament. Proceeds from this event help the Manteca Parks & Recreation Department in supporting youth and teen program ...

Cowboy tradition

Cowboy tradition

By JAGADA CHAMBERS With the opening of the 2011 season the Manteca Cowboys youth football program is continuing their focus on developing players and, of course, ...

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Sierra volleyball meeting on Aug. 10

Sierra volleyball meeting on Aug. 10

Sierra volleyball meeting on Aug. 10
Manteca Bulletin
CYCLONES: The Ripon Lady Cyclones' new 12-under “white” team is looking for players to round out its fall roster. The team is in need of a catcher and another pitcher. Practices are held at Ripon High. To set up a tryout, contact Johnny Aguilar at ...
 

National Night Out returns to Ripon

National Night Out returns to Ripon

RIPON - The City of Ripon, Ripon Police Department and Kid Red Entertainment would like to invite all of the citizens of Ripon to celebrate the return of National Night Out on Tuesday, August 2 at the community center located at 334 West 4th Street.

Festivities kick off at 6:00 p.m. with free hot dogs and water for the first 3,000 people followed by Bingo games for the 21 and over, two inflatable water slides, bounce houses, sack races, watermelon eating contest, bucket brigade, tug o'war, car show and more, plus tons of free giveaways including free Baskin Robbins soft serve, Boomers attraction passes, Taco Bell gift cards and even News10 prize packs.

Make sure to stop by the watermelon eating contest at 7:00 p.m. and cheer on Police Chief Ed Ormonde as he challenges Dispatch Supervisor Linda Johnston in a 1-minute, full watermelon eating contest.

Tracy girl continues twirling tradition

Tracy girl continues twirling tradition

Tracy girl continues twirling tradition
Tracy Press
Julia practices under the instruction of Dandi Manuel of Modesto, whose mother used to instruct Julia's mom. Manuel teaches about 40 youths how to twirl and has classes with the Manteca and Ripon city recreation departments. ...