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Meet the local talent behind the camera

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From intricate close-ups to dramatic landscapes, local photographers are able to capture special moments in time and share them with the rest of us. This month, the best of the best will be showcased at the Lodi Community Art Center’s Fifth Annual Photography Show and Sale. 

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  • Convicted murderer Sarah Dutra released from prison

    Convicted murderer Sarah Dutra released from prison

    The woman accused of poisoning her Woodbridge boss a decade ago was released early Friday morning from the Central California Women's Facility in Chowchilla.

  • Levees breach along Mokelumne River, but pose little threat

    With the Mokelumne River running rapid and high along the banks, the Lodi area is continuing to see some portions of levees spill water from river to land. No homes have been threatened as a result of these breaches and breaks.

  • Troubled waters: Storm breaks levees, floods roads in Lodi area and beyond

    Troubled waters: Storm breaks levees, floods roads in Lodi area and beyond

    Water spilled onto New Hope Road just northeast of Thornton along Grizzly Slough on Wednesday morning as water levels there and in the nearby Mokelumne River reached flood stage. The Sacramento County Office of Emergency Services reported a levee break at Grizzly Slough with water flowing to the east. A second breach occurred along another portion of New Hope Road near the Mokelumne River. They did not report that any structures were threatened and were monitoring the flow by helicopter Wednesday morning, according to Steve Cantelme, chief of the Sacramento County OES.

  • Levee break reported at White Slough west of Lodi

    Levee break reported at White Slough west of Lodi

    A levee broke near the White Slough water treatment plant west of Lodi on Saturday evening.

  • Girls wrestling: Tokay pins down 2nd at home

    Girls wrestling: Tokay pins down 2nd at home

    An injury and the flu bug sat out the top three Tokay High girls wrestlers at the third annual Tokay Lady Tigers Invitational at The Jungle on Saturday.

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Local artist showcases pastels at Double Dip Gallery

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From dramatic sunsets to vibrant horizons, Mardie Dalzell Driftmier takes simple pastels and transforms the chalky dust into works of natural …

Gotta catch them all

Gotta catch them all

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Visitors to Lodi parks and the Downtown area may have noticed an unusual number of people walking around outside, transfixed by their cell pho…

Treat your body well during stressful travel

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While most of us associate radiation exposure with having CT scans or x-rays done at either medical or dental visits, unless someone has an ac…

Pick a winner at Taco Truck Cook Off

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Competition is back at the 6th Annual Taco Truck Cook-Off. Mark your calendars for June 25 to watch various taco trucks of Lodi battle it out …

Here's to Dad

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A storyteller at heart

Pairing beer and wine in a new School Street tasting room

Pairing beer and wine in a new School Street tasting room

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When Jeff Daniel goes wine tasting with his wife Carrie Gooding, they hop between two or three wineries and sip their way through a flight at …

Into the earth

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The foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountain range are full of caves, caverns and other impossibly large holes in the earth. Some are even open…

Tips and tricks for a great grad party

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Graduation and commencement ceremonies are full of solemn moments and special recognition of incredible academic achievements. But what many g…

Free summer concert series begins at Hutchins Street Square

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Summertime is the best time for concerts. Bring a picnic and a blanket, lay on the grass and let the music wash over you as you relax in the l…

The artists behind the ink

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From outside the room, it is only a loud buzzing noise. Like a determined wasp trying to fight its way through a screened window. But inside, …

Sweet summer salad with good-for-you ingredients

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With the warmer weather beginning to move in on a consistent basis and longer evenings with lots of outdoor activities planned, we need easy r…

A well-coifed musical in Lodi

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A long line of performers filled the rehearsal space at Troupe Cabana on East Pine Street. Wearing dancing shoes and comfortable clothes, they…

Enjoy wine by the can

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One Lodi area winery is ready to embrace the outdoor adventures of summer. 

Her world in watercolor

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When Marisa Redondo went on wandering nature walks with her young son River, there were a lot of stops and starts. River would be distracted f…

Ethan Bortnick to play at Hutchins Street Square

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Most 15-year-olds spend their weekends studying, playing sports and hanging out with friends. Ethan Bortnick does all that, but he usually thr…

McGuire's on Elm Street opens after renovations

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A former football coach and restaurateur has opened McGuire’s on Elm Street, bringing an Irish vibe and live music to the busy street corner.

Jim Elliot Robotics team takes robot to world championships

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It’s a normal portable classroom, the first in a long row on campus at Jim Elliot Christian High School. But inside, there are no rows of desk…

Enjoy art and wine at Spring Art Show

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With warm spring temperatures and beautiful flowers in bloom, April is a perfect time to enjoy an art show with a crisp glass of chardonnay in hand.

'Sip Back and Relax'

'Sip Back and Relax'

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While working on a project at California State University, Sacramento, Taylor Kininmonth found a solution to a problem among Lodi wine tourist…