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Friday, January 20, 2017

Car thief leads Lodi Police on high-speed pursuit

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LODI — Lodi police are searching for a burglary suspect who nearly hit three officers with a car before leading them on a high speed chase on …

Rain or shine, service biologists work through some tough weather conditions

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The rains came, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service got to work.

San Joaquin County supes declare storm emergency

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After two weeks of severe winter storms, the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors proclaimed a local emergency in a special meeting held Fr…

Lodi Health receives bariatric surgery certification

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Lodi Health recently announced that it has earned a certification as a Center of Excellence in Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery.

Tail-waggers

Tail-waggers

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Benjamin is an approximately 10-month-old brindle and white pitbull mix, and he weighs approximately 60 pounds. Benjamin is very affectionate,…

Lodi High’s Meehleis Gym springs leak due to recent rain

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Lodi High School’s Meehleis Gym has become another victim to the storm systems moving through the area. A roof leak has recently disrupted the…

Storms’ toll on local growers not yet known

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The storms that brought chaos to the Lodi area are beginning to move on. They’ve left a path of destruction in their wake, from potholes to do…

LUSD’s Tim Hern to retire

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Associate Superintendent Tim Hern, chief business officer of the Lodi Unified School District, has seen the ebb and flow of the economy throug…

Winds to wreak havoc in Lodi again

Winds to wreak havoc in Lodi again

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Wednesday’s vicious winds and falling trees turned off the lights for some parts of Lodi. By Thursday morning, however, Lodi Electric Utility …

Tech tinkering to send Lodi students to Google robotics competition

Tech tinkering to send Lodi students to Google robotics competition

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Tyler Smeenk, an eighth-grade student, held what appeared to be a gaming controller while moving a robot across a foam mat with his thumbs. He…

Lodi Electric announces plans for new solar program

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The Lodi Electric Utility recently announced it will no longer offer net energy metering to new solar customers while also proposing a success…

Lodi’s Hanchey serving country as member of ‘Seabees’

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PORT HUENEME — “We Build, We Fight” has been the motto of the U.S. Navy’s Construction Force, known as the “Seabees,” for the past 75 years.

Thursday, January 19, 2017

Power back for most of Lodi; city prepares for round 2 tonight

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Wednesday's vicious winds and falling trees turned off the lights for some parts of Lodi. By this morning, however, Lodi Electric Utility had …

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Embezzlement continues to plague Lodi region, but is preventable

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Despite being a small town, Lodi has had a steady stream of embezzlement cases in recent years ranging from bookkeepers writing themselves che…

Lodi parks receive health grant

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For those looking to stay healthy and fit, Lodi will soon offer more fitness options.

Winds, rain send trees toppling in Lodi area

Winds, rain send trees toppling in Lodi area

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The first tree fell around 3 p.m.

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Rep. McNerney to skip Trump’s big day

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This Friday, Washington, D.C. will host the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump, although many Democratic congressional representativ…

Gang activity steadily decreasing in Lodi

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Despite a reduced police force in recent years, Lodi has continued to see a decline in gang-related incidents.

Round one of Lodi deputy city manager interviews completed

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Three candidates were chosen to move on to the second round of interviews for Lodi’s vacant deputy city manger position after interviewing wit…