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A crushing victory: 2016 Lodi grape harvest second largest on record

A crushing victory: 2016 Lodi grape harvest second largest on record

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Last year was a bountiful crop for Lodi’s vineyards, which produced the second largest harvest in history, according to recent numbers released from the annual Grape Crush Report for 2016 from the California Department of Farming and Agriculture.

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Today, March 27, 2017

Three cars burned in rental car lot fire on Kettleman Lane

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Three rental cars burned in a fire at Enterprise Rent-A-Car on Kettleman Lane early Monday morning, according to Lodi Fire Cpt. Jim McClain, a…

Lodi police respond to fired shots and pursuit this weekend

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Lodi police responded to a report of a negligent discharge of a firearm and a pursuit this weekend leading into Monday. Both of those incident…

San Joaquin County students to compete in math tourney

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STOCKTON — More than 200 students in fourth through sixth grade will compete as teams and individually at the seventh annual San Joaquin Count…

Master Gardeners offering summer vegetable garden workshop

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STOCKTON — The UC San Joaquin Master Gardeners will offer a free workshop on summer vegetable gardens on Tuesday.

Sunday, March 26, 2017

Mexican American Hall of Fame accepting nominations

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SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY — The Mexican American Hall of Fame is seeking nominations for this year’s 2017 Hall of Fame.

San Joaquin County Public Health Services marks World Tuberculosis Day

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STOCKTON — Tuberculosis was well-known in the 19th century. With nicknames like “the consumption” and “the white plague,” by the end of the 18…

A crushing victory: 2016 Lodi grape harvest second largest on record

A crushing victory: 2016 Lodi grape harvest second largest on record

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Last year was a bountiful crop for Lodi’s vineyards, which produced the second largest harvest in history, according to recent numbers release…

Saturday, March 25, 2017

Lodi City Councilwoman JoAnne Mounce visits D.C.

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Lodi City Councilwoman and League of California Cities President JoAnne Mounce recently took a trip to the nation’s capital for the National L…

Julie Coldani and Gina Sans play major roles on Calivirgin team

Julie Coldani and Gina Sans play major roles on Calivirgin team

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Editor’s note: This is the fifth in a series of articles about women who are shaping Lodi’s future, in honor of Women’s History Month.

Lodi Arbor Day celebrations just around the corner

Lodi Arbor Day celebrations just around the corner

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New trees will soon replace those that were removed at Lodi Lake during the construction of the boat ramp in early 2016.

Friday, March 24, 2017
Lincoln Tech teacher named winner of Barnes & Noble My Favorite Teacher contest

Lincoln Tech teacher named winner of Barnes & Noble My Favorite Teacher contest

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Among the models of the human body and human heart and project posters in her classroom, Lincoln Technical Academy teacher Toni Dahlen works t…

Karen Honer works to keep Lodi’s water clean

Karen Honer works to keep Lodi’s water clean

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Editor’s note: This is the fourth in a series of articles about women who are shaping Lodi’s future, in honor of Women’s History Month.

Lodi high school students go behind the camera with Inclusion Films

Lodi high school students go behind the camera with Inclusion Films

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Lights shined, sound booms were set into position and the camera rolled at Lincoln Technical Academy on Thursday afternoon during week one of …

Jim Elliot Christian’s robotics team sets sights on world championship

Jim Elliot Christian’s robotics team sets sights on world championship

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Jim Elliot’s Christian High School’s FIRST Robotics team — Team 1662: Raptor Force Engineering — is at the University of California, Davis thi…

Do you have an unusual pet?

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When people talk about childhood pets, it’s usually a dog or a cat, sometimes a parakeet or a goldfish. Some people, though, walked a little o…

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Snowpack still far above seasonal average

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SACRAMENTO — As of March 20, the water content of the snowpack in the Sierra Nevada was 44 inches, a full 199 percent of the seasonal average,…

GALEP therapeutic riding program training scheduled

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GALT — Volunteers are needed to make a difference for children in the Galt community through Galt horse Assisted and Learning Enrichment Progr…

Lodi nonprofit plans pollinator garden for empty lot

Lodi nonprofit plans pollinator garden for empty lot

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A new nonprofit has sprouted up in Lodi, and it’s already taking on a project to beautify the city.

Lodi Job’s Daughters group could lose charter due to low membership

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When Lodi resident Cristin Brown recently took her 10 -year-old daughter Fiona to join Job’s Daughters, a Masonic-sponsored youth organization…