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  • Four tenants could move into Walmart’s current Lodi location

    Four tenants could move into Walmart’s current Lodi location

    As many as four new businesses could move into the space currently occupied by Walmart when the big-box retailer moves into its new digs across the street.

  • Fundraiser brings first vineyard trail rides to Lodi

    Fundraiser brings first vineyard trail rides to Lodi

    Three Lodi wineries have a new feature to promote to visitors. As of this weekend, Klinker Brick, Vicarmont and Stonum Vineyards are equine friendly, welcoming wine tasters who arrive on horseback. The change happened as a result of Herd It Through The Grapevine, a fundraiser that brought 40 riders on a wine tasting tour through the vineyards.

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    Between the hours of 8 a.m. Tuesday and 8 a.m. Wednesday, the Lodi Police Department received 133 calls for service. Below is a sample of those calls:

  • Woodbridge neighborhood reacts to break-in

    A Woodbridge resident and her family were upstairs when a young white woman wearing jeans and a sweater walked through the side gate of their yard and entered their Lodestone Street home through the garage side door.

  • Teachers union seeks pay raise at Lodi Unified School District meeting

    Teachers have not had a raise since the 2007-08 school year, said Jeff Johnston, president of the Lodi Education Association, at the Lodi Unified School District board meeting on Tuesday night.

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Today, October 23, 2014
Photo: Remembering Tom Kettleman

Photo: Remembering Tom Kettleman

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Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Tokay High School senior Andrew Moton named National Achievement Scholar semifinalist

Tokay High School senior Andrew Moton named National Achievement Scholar semifinalist

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Andrew Moton, a 17-year-old student at Tokay High School, has been named a semifinalist in the National Achievement Scholarship Program — mean…

Four tenants could move into Walmart’s current Lodi location

Four tenants could move into Walmart’s current Lodi location

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As many as four new businesses could move into the space currently occupied by Walmart when the big-box retailer moves into its new digs acros…

California Fair Share endorses Jerry McNerney for Congress

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Rep. Jerry McNerney, D-Stockton, was one of seven incumbents and three challengers endorsed by California Fair Share on Wednesday.

Tonay Amador urges support for Ebola travel bans

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Congressional candidate Tony Amador stepped up his call for immediate action on the deepening Ebola crisis on Friday, urging Rep. Jerry McNern…

Former Sacramento County sheriff endorses Darrell Fong for California Assembly

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Former Sacramento County Sheriff John McGinness has endorsed Sacramento City Councilman and retired Sacramento Police Capt. Darrell Fong for A…

Lodi fire crews hope to Fill the Boot at fundraiser

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Lodi firefighters are teaming up with the Muscular Dystrophy Association to celebrate their 60-year partnership with a Fill the Boot event on …

Six former Farm Bureau presidents back Russ Munson for San Joaquin County supervisor

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Six former San Joaquin Farm Bureau presidents announced their support for supervisor candidate Russ Munson of Lodi, who is running to fill Dis…

Open house in Lodi regarding infected trees

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The California Department of Food and Agriculture and the San Joaquin County Agricultural Commissioner’s Office will host an open house Oct. 2…

Teachers union seeks pay raise at Lodi Unified School District meeting

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Teachers have not had a raise since the 2007-08 school year, said Jeff Johnston, president of the Lodi Education Association, at the Lodi Unif…

Lodi Memorial Hospital gets ‘baby-friendly’ accreditation

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Lodi Memorial Hospital has received the official “baby-friendly” accreditation, recognizing the local hospital as one that offers an optimum l…

Galt skate park ordinance delayed

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Galt City Council members will have to wait another month to vote on a new ordinance related to city parks after directing City Attorney Steve…

Lodi Unified School District candidates focus on budget

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An incumbent and a challenger will compete for the Area 3 seat on the Lodi Unified School District board of trustees in November.

Galt’s Measure C would abolish elected city clerk position

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Should Galt’s City Clerk remain an elected position? That’s the question local voters will get to answer in the November election.

Lodi City Council candidates talk jobs, safety at forum

Lodi City Council candidates talk jobs, safety at forum

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Job creation, economic development, employee pensions and health benefits for public servants were just some of the many topics discussed by L…

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Woodbridge neighborhood reacts to break-in

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A Woodbridge resident and her family were upstairs when a young white woman wearing jeans and a sweater walked through the side gate of their …

Disaster planning on Galt Commission on Aging agenda

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Galt Police Sgt. Craig Walton will give a presentation on disaster planning at this month’s Galt Commission on Aging meeting.

Galt elementary school district board scheduled to appoint a new business services director

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The Galt Joint Union Elementary School District board of trustees is scheduled to appoint a new business services director at Wednesday’s regu…

Tour of California will come to Lodi

Tour of California will come to Lodi

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Cycling fans of Lodi: The Amgen Tour of California is officially coming to town.