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Thursday 04/17/2014
Sophisticated and Stupid Make Mockery of Jail

by Frank Gayaldo I promise folks, if you like a good laugh or cry, this will be worth reading in its entirety. On Tuesday the Board of Supervisors allocated $384,000 to the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office to upgrade part of the fencing around the jail’s Honor Farm. The following are some excerpts from the … Continue reading

Posted in Lodi360 on Thursday, April 17, 2014 12:19 am. Updated: 2:01 am. Comments (0)

Tuesday 04/15/2014
Who is Telling the Truth About Modular Jails?

By Frank Gayaldo Stockton, California has become infamous for its city bankruptcy and high crime rate. Both Sheriff candidates agree we need more jail space. The argument has come down to whether modular jail construction is a viable and affordable solution or not. Sheriff Candidate Pat Withrow believes that modular jails can help reduce site … Continue reading

Posted in Lodi360 on Tuesday, April 15, 2014 7:04 am. Updated: 2:08 pm. Comments (0)

Thursday 04/10/2014
Baseball Photos: Varsity Highlights

Tokay and Lodi High varsity baseball teams played rivals St. Mary’s and Franklin this week at Zupo Field. A gallery of action and personality photos from both events are available KeithColganPhotography.com Are you familiar with the history of Zupo Field?  It began in 1924 as “Lawrence Park” and served as home for five Major League … Continue reading

Posted in Lodi360 on Thursday, April 10, 2014 5:48 pm. Updated: 7:13 pm. Comments (0)

Sunday 03/30/2014
LODI360 Wine Show Photographs

As photographic evidence shows, the Lodi Grape Festival’s Ole Mettler Pavilion drew a large crowd of thirsty local’s on Friday evening to feast on tasty morsels of fine food and sip the harvest of some of Lodi’s best wines.  The Las Vegas theme, complete with a fun but unconvincing Elvis, kept spirits high.  An accomplished … Continue reading

Posted in Lodi360 on Sunday, March 30, 2014 5:25 am. Comments (0)

Tuesday 03/18/2014
The Joys of Photography

For better “and” worse, we live in an era of high technology … a distinction of fleeting permanence if Moore’s Law has anything to say about it.  As a result, advances in camera technology have revolutionized man’s ability to record and propagate images, a consequential nuisance to law enforcement and delight to new parents. Any, … Continue reading

Posted in Lodi360 on Tuesday, March 18, 2014 5:30 am. Updated: 1:14 pm. Comments (0)

Thursday 03/13/2014
Coach Hinchman Readies His Tennis Players

Coach David Hinchman gets his boys ready for Spring tennis.  Practicing today with St. Mary’s High School at the Woodbridge Golf & Country Club, two of Lodi’s standout players could be seen sharpening their skills …  Jacob Neal, who has the power and size to play defensive tackle, and Leonardo Recupero (a recent Italian import) … Continue reading

Posted in Lodi360 on Thursday, March 13, 2014 2:28 am. Updated: 5:12 am. Comments (0)

Monday 03/10/2014
Hollywood Actor Visits Lodi

Hollywood actor Mr. James Hong visited Lodi Sunday evening to meet the students of local self-defense instructor Tony Nunez and to receive an award of appreciation for his work in the entertainment industry. Mr. Hong has credits for over 500 television and movie appearances and is celebrating his 60th anniversary in Hollywood. He is known … Continue reading

Posted in Lodi360 on Monday, March 10, 2014 11:36 pm. Comments (0)

Sister City Committee Crab Feed

The Lodi Sister City Committee held its annual crab feed last Saturday.  A record number of hungry participants helped raise funds to continue the committee’s efforts to strengthen economic and cultural relations between Kofu, Japan and Lodi, Italy.  In August of 2011, Lodi hosted a delegation from Kofu, celebrating the 50th anniversary of Lodi’s and Kofu’s … Continue reading

Posted in Lodi360 on Monday, March 10, 2014 7:20 pm. Comments (0)

Monday 03/03/2014
Lodi Senior Follies – 2014

In Lodi, fine wine isn’t the only thing that improves with age.  Just ask any of the 400 who enjoyed this year’s senior talent show Sunday afternnon.  19 professionally staged acts showcased a variety of dance styles,  singers and talented musicians.  91 year old vocalist Pat Perea set a high bar with a beautiful rendition … Continue reading

Posted in Lodi360 on Monday, March 3, 2014 9:51 pm. Comments (0)

Wednesday 02/26/2014
Lodi High Gets Ready for Baseball

Besides the great weather in Lodi (75 degrees today), Spring means the start of baseball season. This afternoon varsity coach Hobie Schultz and his staff drilled the team in preparation for their first games against East Union and Liberty Ranch.  In 1980, Coach Schultz received the James E. Conklin Memorial Award and was named Lodi … Continue reading

Posted in Lodi360 on Wednesday, February 26, 2014 4:46 am. Updated: 9:01 am. Comments (0)

Tuesday 05/01/2012
6th Annual Tourism Luncheon

The Lodi Conference & Visitors Bureau hosted its 6th Annual Tourism Luncheon today to celebrate their efforts to attract visitors to Lodi and to honor individuals in the community who have made a significant contribution to that effort.  Honorees included Frank Borra, Dale Gillespie and Frank Gayaldo. . Photography by Keith Colgan – Tel: 209-329-4158 … Continue reading »

Posted in Lodi360 on Tuesday, May 1, 2012 4:28 pm. Updated: 6:41 pm. Comments (0)

“There Goes a Police Car”

by Lt. Chris Piombo – Lodi Police Department Our kids used to love watching the “There Goes a Police Car” VHS tape when they were little. Yes,VHS. The video was part of a series where “Dave” and “Becky” showed youngsters the ins and outs of a particular vehicle like a plane or train. I see … Continue reading »

Posted in Lodi360 on Tuesday, May 1, 2012 2:52 pm. Updated: 6:41 pm. Comments (0)

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Should graduations return to the Grape Bowl?

Lodi Unified leaders are moving Lodi and Tokay high school graduations from the Grape Bowl to the Spanos Center at UOP in Stockton. They cite limited seating, costs and unpredictable weather at the Grape Bowl. But others say graduations at the Grape Bowl are an important Lodi tradition, and one reason many supported renovating the stadium. What do you think?

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