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Classic rock tunes bring Lodians to  Hutchins Street Square

Classic rock tunes bring Lodians to Hutchins Street Square

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Lodians gathered at the Hutchins Street Square West Park for Music in the Park on Wednesday evening, relaxing in lawn chairs, sitting on blankets and dancing to covers of ’70s and ’80s classic rock tunes provided by the band Agent.

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  • Friends, family remember Tokay High grad Renee Schimke

    Family remembers 18-year-old Renee Schimke as a joyful and positive young woman with an infectious smile and a love of entertaining the people around her with dancing.

  • Lodi Police searching for missing teen

    Lodi Police searching for missing teen

    The Lodi Police Department is asking for the public’s help in finding 17-year-old Jessica Miranda. She is considered at-risk and was last seen in the area of Aspen Grove Drive in Lodi. Miranda is 5 foot 5 inches tall, approximately 155 pounds and has brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a burgundy tank top and grey sweats. If anyone has seen her contact the Lodi Police Department at 209-333-6727.

  • Lodi police: Dog shot after chasing officer

    A routine posting of no trespassing signs by a Lodi police officer on Tuesday afternoon became complicated when the officer wounded a local woman’s dog, which he said attacked him. 

  • Lockeford woman launches Western wear brand

    Local entrepreneur Hailey Nelson is a one-woman show as she juggles the life of being a wife, mom and business owner of her brand, Western and Co. 

  • Lodi council discusses elimination of reduced impact fees

    The Lodi City Council approved several changes to the electric rates, including a $10 fixed charge for users during its meeting Wednesday night.

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Today, July 28, 2016

Dog recovering, under investigation after shot by police

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Tank, a pitbull that was shot by Lodi Police on Tuesday evening, is doing well after a visit to an emergency veterinarian that night. He and I…

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Lodi firefighters combat Sand, Soberanes fires

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Four men from the Lodi Fire Department were sent to combat the Sand fire in Santa Clarita on Saturday night, and were reassigned to the Sobera…

Man dies on Highway 12

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LODI — A man died as a result of cardiac arrest while driving a big rig on Highway 12 on Monday.

Classic rock tunes bring Lodians to  Hutchins Street Square

Classic rock tunes bring Lodians to Hutchins Street Square

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Lodians gathered at the Hutchins Street Square West Park for Music in the Park on Wednesday evening, relaxing in lawn chairs, sitting on blank…

Local alliance ready to promote and represent Downtown Lodi businesses

Local alliance ready to promote and represent Downtown Lodi businesses

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More than three years after the Downtown Lodi Business Partnership was disbanded, the Downtown Business Alliance is set to obtain its nonprofi…

Lodi Health hosts prescription help event

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LODI — Lodi Health is hosting a Brown Bag Review to help community members get their prescriptions under control. The free event is Thursday f…

Lodi Unified board presidents invites community to "Office Hours"

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LODI — Ron Freitas, Lodi Unified Board president, invites the community to speak with him during his “Office Hours” as an opportunity to make …

S.J. County Sheriff’s Office offers free dog vaccination clinic in Lockeford

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LOCKEFORD — If finances are tight but your pet is in need of a rabies shot, look no further than the free vaccination and microchip clinic tha…

New Christy Minstrels to perform at Hutchins

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Music and fun will abound at Hutchins Street Square this Friday with a performance by the New Christy Minstrels, a Grammy-winning, pop-folk mu…

Heat wave keeps Lodi in the frying pan

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A hot stretch of summer in the Central Valley is hard on everybody, from animals at the zoo to air conditioning technicians. 

Lodi council discusses elimination of reduced impact fees

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The Lodi City Council approved several changes to the electric rates, including a $10 fixed charge for users during its meeting Wednesday night.

Lodi police: Dog shot after chasing officer

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A routine posting of no trespassing signs by a Lodi police officer on Tuesday afternoon became complicated when the officer wounded a local wo…

Lockeford woman launches Western wear brand

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Local entrepreneur Hailey Nelson is a one-woman show as she juggles the life of being a wife, mom and business owner of her brand, Western and Co. 

Lodi high schoolers prepare for the new school year

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Get ready to drag your high school students out of bed early this week, they will likely need to be up and ready for school before school starts.

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

SJ Sheriff’s Office hosting free dog vaccination clinic in Lockeford

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LOCKEFORD — If finances are tight but your pet is in need of a rabies shot, look no further than the free vaccination and microchip clinic tha…

Monday, July 25, 2016

Lodi eye doctor appointed to county health board

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Opthamologist John H. Zeiter has been appointed to the board of the Health Commission, the governing board of Health Plan of San Joaquin, anno…

Local police, fire agencies welcome new hires

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New police and firefighters in the area join the Lodi Police Department and the Mokelumne Rural Fire District at two separate badge pinnings. …

Friends, family remember Tokay High grad Renee Schimke

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Family remembers 18-year-old Renee Schimke as a joyful and positive young woman with an infectious smile and a love of entertaining the people…

Renewal ahead for Galt’s Royal Delta Inn

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GALT — Local hotelier Ray Patel has been spending some time at the former Royal Delta Inn in Galt after announcing plans to rehabilitate the m…