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Grape harvest comes early to Lodi

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It’s that time of year again. The annual grape harvest is in full swing, and Lodi grape growers are extremely busy picking their crops and pre…

Micke Grove Zoo to reap $500K windfall from state budget

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Micke Grove Zoo may soon fix some of its aging infrastructure after $500,000 was earmarked for repairs and exhibits at the zoo in the 2016-201…

Two teens injured, one in critical condition following drive-by shooting

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One teen is in critical condition and one teen suffered non-life-threatening injuries after they were shot in a drive-by shooting on the 700 b…

Tail-waggers

Tail-waggers

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TC is an approximately 11⁄2 year old, DSH black and white cat. TC is one of the most loving and affectionate cats we’ve seen come through the …

Public meetings: Week of Aug. 22

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Tuesday

Lean Up offers exercise, training in Lodi

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Working out can be intimidating if you’ve never set foot in a gym and don’t know how all those machines work. But a free program available thi…

Lodian builds on donations to help keep city’s streets clean

Lodian builds on donations to help keep city’s streets clean

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Lodi resident James Bates is taking pride in his city by starting an initiative to clean up some of the illegal dumpsites.

Lodi Unified searching for teachers in statewide shortage

Lodi Unified searching for teachers in statewide shortage

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School districts like Lodi Unified are stretching their resources this year to fill teaching positions in classrooms, and a statewide teacher …

The work behind the Grape Festival

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With the annual Lodi Grape festival right around the corner, many might wonder what actually goes into putting together this grand event.

Hutchins Street Square apartment to house out of town consultants

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When out-of-town consultants and other guests visit Lodi to conduct business with the city, they will now have a place to stay.

Local Sports

Football: Scrimmages give teams first contact

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Saturday brought a number of area schools together for preseason scrimmages, and both Lodi and Tokay got what they wanted out of them.

High school football"  Local teams ready to clash

High school football" Local teams ready to clash

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Three of the four Lodi area high school football teams are taking part in round-robin controlled scrimmages today.

Sports shorts: Tokay senior hits hole-in-one

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Tokay High senior Samantha Escobar, a senior on the school’s girls golf team, hit a hole-in-one at Micke Grove on Thursday.

Former Flame ready to guide Tokay girls water polo

Former Flame ready to guide Tokay girls water polo

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For the last three years, Haley Ring has coached the Tokay High junior varsity girls water polo team.

Athlete of the week: Misasi, Grapettes capture ‘nerve-racking’ national title

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Accomplishments: Mia Misasi had a very good reason for missing the first week of her freshman year at Tokay High.

Lodi grad signs with Fresno Pacific basketball

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Last summer, Lodi High graduate Jordan Belasco left Delta College after two successful years with the basketball team and headed to Portland S…

Summer baseball: Crushers finish inaugural season with odd roster

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On Monday night, the Lodi Crushers fell to the Chico Heat by an 8-7 score in a Great West League road game.

Alumni Update August 10

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Zach Phillips

Sports shorts: Hole-in-one at Woodbridge

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Ron Whitmore drilled a hole-in-one on Thursday at Woodbridge Golf and Country Club, nailint the 139-yard shot from the blue tees on the Lake C…

Summer baseball: Crushers not worried about low attendance

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In their regular season home finale at Zupo Field last Friday, the Lodi Crushers, who are in their inaugural season of playing collegiate summ…

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  • Today, August 23, 2016
  • Lodi Community Prayer Rally

    Scheduled prayer rallies every other week, twice per week in specific places around the Lodi community. Visit the Community Prayer Network web site @ www.communityprayer.net for information, times and locations.

  • Monday, August 29, 2016
  • Lodi Unified School District 9th Annual College & Career Planning Night

    The 9th Annual Lodi Unified School District College & Career Planning Night will be a wonderful opportunity for students gather information, ask questions or representatives, and get ideas about their future after high school.  Over one hundred representatives from colleges, universities, trade schools, businesses, branches of the military, and other entities will be present to help our students plan their futures.

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  • Tuesday, September 6, 2016
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  • All Ages Sing-Along

    A group singing experience with projected lyrics and background soundtrack.  Revive your tired soul with a tuneful trip through vintage and new Americana, classic country, Irish pub songs and Disney favorites.  Bring the kids for a fun family night.  Woodbridge Hall, 1074 E. Academy and Lower Sac. Road.  (roadwork on Academy, but plenty of parking on Lower Sac. Road).  First Wed. of the month:  6:30 - 8:30 am.

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  • 50th Annual Me-Wuk Indian Acorn Festival in Tuolumne

    The Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk Indians welcome you to the very special 50h Annual Acorn Festival. Traditional Celebration of the Black Oak acorn Harvest with Traditional Dancers, Hand Games tournament Native Arts & Crafts, Deep Pit BBQ Dinner, Indian Tacos (11am to 4 pm), and Inter-tribal Pow Wow. No pets, drugs or alcohol allowed.

  • Sunday, September 11, 2016
  • 50th Annual Me-Wuk Indian Acorn Festival in Tuolumne

    The Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk Indians welcome you to the very special 50h Annual Acorn Festival. Traditional Celebration of the Black Oak acorn Harvest with Traditional Dancers, Hand Games tournament Native Arts & Crafts, Deep Pit BBQ Dinner, Indian Tacos (11am to 4 pm), and Inter-tribal Pow Wow. No pets, drugs or alcohol allowed.

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  • Tuesday, September 20, 2016
  • Lodi Community Prayer Rally

    Scheduled prayer rallies every other week, twice per week in specific places around the Lodi community. Visit the Community Prayer Network web site @ www.communityprayer.net for information, times and locations.

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Worms!

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New addition to Micke Grove Zoo

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A young male Brazilian tree porcupine from Assiniboine Park Zoo in Winnipeg, Canada, is the newest addition to Micke Grove Zoo.

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Prayer vigil

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Lodi community members held a prayer walk for shooting victims Tuesday.

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Jackie's Homecoming

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Jackie is welcomed home by family and friends in Lodi, Sat. Jan. 23, 2016. Pickett suffered traumatic brain injuries in an assault at Beckman Park in Lodi in early January. She spent a week and a half in the intensive care unit before being transported to a rehabilitation center, where she made great progress in her recovery.