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VIDEO: Jose Hernandez on bid for Congress


Jose Hernandez formal announcement to run for congress.

Video updated with corrections October 27, 2011.

OPINION: The Changing Of The Footprint In Tracy


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Thomas Benigno

Former elected Republican Central Committee member

I recently went to a planning commission meeting in Tracy.  It was no different than any other planning commission meeting that I have been to in the last 12 years. The only difference was that this time they wanted input from the citizens. You ask why? The reason is the city like others, is in big trouble in the inter cities.

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Ride TRACER Free in Tracy


Bilingual Weekly

TRACY, CA – With gas prices spiking lately, some maybe uncertain about riding around town. However, Tracy residents will not be. From April 1, 2011 thought April 30, 2011 the TRACER public Transit System’s Fixed Route Bus Service will be offering free rides within the Tracy Community. Continue reading

Opinion:City Managers Certified For What?


Thomas Benigno / Former elected Republican Central Committee member

 

I was watching, on a television channel, a topic about the business of our State Legislature in California. The topic was about the paid raises of city managers and other government officials. Continue reading

Two county schools get bright grants


Tracy, CA / Bilingual Weekly

Two San Joaquin County schools have been selected to receive $10,000 each to help reduce energy usage, save money and help students learn the importance of environmental stewardship. Continue reading

Rain or not, Tracy lit up downtown


Tracy, CA / Bilingual Weekly

Downtown Tracy filled its wet streets with the lights of tens of Christmas-themed floats on Saturday, December 4, 2010. The rain did not keep people from lining up the route of the Tracy Lights Parade, cheering and snapping pictures of the gilded vehicles and bands slowly heading the Tracy Transit Station, where the City’s Holiday Tree was lit, and where children could visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus. (See photos)

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