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Lodian works to overcome the odds

Lodian works to overcome the odds

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Despite the challenges, the doubts and being a woman in a male-dominated industry, Araseli Del Castillo defied the odds and became the first woman building inspector for the City of Lodi.

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  • Lodi’s Walmart Supercenter stocks up for grand opening

    Lodi’s Walmart Supercenter stocks up for grand opening

    Colorful clothing was neatly folded and hung on displays across from a row of more than 20 registers and 12 self-checkout stands inside Lodi’s soon-to-open Walmart Supercenter. Nearby, a large group of employees gathered in a huddle, performing a Walmart cheer before heading out to their various assignments.

  • Lodian works to overcome the odds

    Lodian works to overcome the odds

    Despite the challenges, the doubts and being a woman in a male-dominated industry, Araseli Del Castillo defied the odds and became the first woman building inspector for the City of Lodi.

  • Three local former prep athletes honored

    Although they graduated from high school in recent months, three former Lodi area prep athletes will be featured on the side of milk cartons.

  • Complete game helps Crushers end skid

    Complete game helps Crushers end skid

    In one inning, the Lodi Crushers crushed their nine-game losing skid.

  • Can I use self-rising flour in place of regular flour?

    Can I use self-rising flour in place of regular flour?

    Dear Barbara: My neighbor lady gave me a bag of “self-rising” flour. I was going to make cookies with it, but I wasn’t sure if that would change the taste of the cookies. The recipe didn’t call for self-rising flour. Are they interchangeable? — Jan from Acampo

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Friday, July 22, 2016

Prepare for the heat next week

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Say goodbye to the nice below average temperatures that Lodi has been enjoying this month and hello to your air conditioning system. Temperatu…

Tail-waggers

Tail-waggers

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Rosemary is an approximately 11⁄2 year old, spayed female, Labrador/pit bull mix; Rosemary weighs approximately 72 pounds. Rosemary is a very …

Uncover a mystery over ‘killer’ dinner at Lodi restaurant

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Put your inner detective skills to work at In Motion Theatre Company’s next dinner theatre show. “A Recipe to DIE For” offers entertainment fo…

Historical society sets annual event

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GALT — Tickets are available for the 6th annual Sip and Snack at the Mac event next Saturday. The fundraiser supports the McFarland Living His…

Galt dairy farmer Denier receives national honor

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Galt dairy farmer Richard Denier, a retired general manager at World Wide Sires in Visalia, will be honored as the National Dairy Shrine’s gue…

Lunch menus: Week of July 25

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The following is a list of this week’s lunch menus for the LOEL Senior Center:

Galt Council incumbent, two others file for election

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GALT — Galt City Councilman Curt Campion is among three potential candidates to file this week for the two open seats on the council. The nomi…

Public meetings: Week of July 25

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Galt elementary trustees to make bond decision

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GALT — The Galt Joint Union Elementary School District board of trustees are expected to hear a series of reports at the last meeting before t…

Galt railroad construction continues next week

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GALT — This past week the C Street Union Pacific railroad crossing here was completed and re-opened to traffic as part of the ongoing quiet zo…

Lodi population anticipated to grow by more than 42,000 in coming decades

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Lodi’s population is expected to increase by more than 42,000 residents by 2060, according to a forecast from the San Joaquin County Council o…

Lodi Living editor goes under the needle to test out acupuncture

Lodi Living editor goes under the needle to test out acupuncture

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As I reclined on a cushioned table, my knees and neck supported by lush pillows, in a state of near-total relaxation, I kept opening my right …

Lodi Winegrape Commission celebrates 25th anniversary this year

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Twenty-five years ago, there were only a handful of wineries in Lodi. More often than not, you’d see Flame and Tokay grapes growing in the fie…

Thursday, July 21, 2016

City to move drop box to safer location

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GALT — After repeatedly being damaged by vehicles running into it, the drop box for utility payments located in the Galt City Hall parking lot…

Lodi Chamber of Commerce CEO Patrick selected for fellowship

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Lodi Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Pat Patrick has been selected to participate in the Education Attainment Program with the Associati…

Women’s Center CEO resigning

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STOCKTON — Women’s Center - Youth and Family Services Chief Executive Officer Joelle Gomez announced earlier this week that she will resign at…

San Joaquin Superior Court reinstates fifth judge

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STOCKTON — San Joaquin Superior Court, Presiding Judge Jose L. Alva and Assistant Presiding Judge Linda L. Lofthus have announced the reinstat…

Vienna earns award for Music and Memory Program

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LODI — Vienna Nursing and Rehabilitation Center has been recognized as a 2016 recipient of the Bronze-Commitment to Quality Award for their de…

Mokelumne Fire District offering volunteer work through new Fire Corps

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Locals looking to help protect the community from fires or otherwise help out their fire department, but not able to work as a firefighter wil…