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Retired Lodi judge can’t stay away

Retired Lodi judge can’t stay away

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Judge David Warner sat in his office on Tuesday afternoon, filling out paperwork after hearing his last court case of the day.

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Today, May 20, 2018

Court official, attorney vie for vacant judge seat

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After Lodi Judge David Warner stepped down from the San Joaquin County Superior Court in February after 20 years, his now-vacant seat on the b…

Retired Lodi judge can’t stay away

Retired Lodi judge can’t stay away

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Judge David Warner sat in his office on Tuesday afternoon, filling out paperwork after hearing his last court case of the day.

Saturday, May 19, 2018

Lodi’s Hill House Museum to be converted into bed and breakfast

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The Hill House Museum will soon become a bed and breakfast, according to Hill House Trustee Jane Lea. The change comes almost a year after the…

Multiple highway closures in near future

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The California Department of Transportation will close multiple highway lanes and ramps for construction and maintenance at the following date…

Friday, May 18, 2018

Correction: Lodi man arrested on suspicion of last Friday’s fatal shooting

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Officers from the Lodi Police Department on Wednesday arrested Steven Vallejo, 29, of Lodi on suspicion of murder and attempted murder for a f…

Local groomer and her dog in movie as extras

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 A new movie featuring local dog groomer Colleen Brown and her Afghan hound Fancy as extras is set to hit theaters this weekend. “Show Dogs” w…

Lodi Council delays decision on driveway dispute

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A dispute over a shared driveway was heavily debated by attorneys representing owners of a proposed gas station and a local preschool during W…

San Joaquin receives $1.62M in Caltrans grants

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San Joaquin County received $1.62 million in grants from the California Department of Transportation on Thursday to fund transportation improv…

Thursday, May 17, 2018
Galt students publish book of creative works

Galt students publish book of creative works

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Parents, teachers and classmates gathered in Galt on Wednesday evening for a book signing to celebrate the publishing of the Liberty Ranch Hig…

Lodi Council OKs move to extend card room hours

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The Lodi City Council voted four to one to introduce amendments to the city ordinance to allow card rooms to be open 24 hours in Lodi during i…

Two men shot to death days apart in Lodi; one arrest made

Two men shot to death days apart in Lodi; one arrest made

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As one family mourns the loss of a loved one who was fatally shot in Lodi last Friday, another young man lost his life in a shooting on Tuesda…

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Election 2018: District 4 supervisor candidate forum set

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San Joaquin County voters will have a chance to hear from candidates for the District 4 county supervisor seat this Saturday. Incumbent Chuck …

Two shot, one killed in Sacramento Street shooting

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Lodi police officers responded to the scene of a shooting on Tuesday evening, finding one man injured and another dead in the city's second ho…

Downtown Lodi Farmers Market to kick off Thursday

Downtown Lodi Farmers Market to kick off Thursday

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The Farmers Market has returned for another season of fresh fruits and veggies, a variety of vendors and musical entertainment. The market sea…

Lodi Unified board votes to move Joe Serna charter school

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The Lodi Unified School District Board of Education voted 6-0 on Tuesday night, with board member Joe Nava as the only absence, to move Joe Se…

Pickup truck smashes into parking garage elevator, trapping driver

Pickup truck smashes into parking garage elevator, trapping driver

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A woman sustained minor injuries when her white pickup truck crashed into the elevator shaft on the upper level of the parking garage in Downt…

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Election 2018: District 9 Assembly candidates outline variety of positions

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Incumbent Jim Cooper (D-Elk Grove) will be challenged by Harry He (D-Elk Grove) and Mario Garcia (D-Galt) for the California State Assembly Di…

Local developer, war veteran, police officer dies at 89

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Charles Andrew Wentland, a former police officer, veteran, developer and world traveler, died May 9 in Lodi. He was 89 years old.

Lodi utilities billing error to result in extra time to pay bills

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A few Lodians will be getting extra time to pay their utility bills after a mishap at the city finance department.