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California Rivers Day to be held next week

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Friends of the River and several other water advocacy and environmental groups have declared Wednesday to be California Rivers Day. They are i…

New Delta College master plan under consideration drops proposed Galt campus

New Delta College master plan under consideration drops proposed Galt campus

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Step onto the San Joaquin Delta College campus in 20 years and you may find a very different place.

Lodi Police Partner Pat Freeman continues to give her time to help Lodi community

Lodi Police Partner Pat Freeman continues to give her time to help Lodi community

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It’s National Volunteer appreciation week, a time to acknowledge the efforts of those who freely give their time to make a difference in the c…

Lodi’s Michael David Winery acquires historic Geyserville Winery

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Michael David Winery is expanding its brand.

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State Assembly declares April ‘Down to Earth Month’

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To celebrate state winemakers and their efforts to make the industry more sustainable, California’s State Assembly proclaimed April 2017 as “C…

San Joaquin AgFest now accepting entries

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Young people: If you’ve spent the past year raising an animal or working on a project for 4-H or Future Farmers of America, now is your time t…

PAWS elephants celebrate 10 year anniversary

PAWS elephants celebrate 10 year anniversary

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The Performing Animal Welfare Society is more than just an organization that offers basic care to its exotic species; it is a sanctuary these …

Klinker Brick to dedicate sculpture and painting to late Lodi artists

Klinker Brick to dedicate sculpture and painting to late Lodi artists

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In June 2015, local artists Rowland Cheney and Mary Doucette were on a dream cruise in Alaska.

Galt school board OKs Liberty Ranch stadium, campus modernization

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With proceeds from the voter-approved school bond, Galt Joint Union High School District will first install athletic fields and a stadium at L…

Local Sports

Baseball: Flames sweep Wolf Pack

Baseball: Flames sweep Wolf Pack

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Lodi Flames baseball completed a three-game sweep of the West High Wolfpack on Friday to keep pace in the league race with a final score of 7-4.

Lodi Archery to help blind archer Walth get to World Para Championships

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Lodi Archey in Lockeford will host a fundraiser on Saturday to help send Janice Walth, a blind archer, to the Para-Archery World Championships…

Baseball: Tigers make it two straight vs. Lincoln

Baseball: Tigers make it two straight vs. Lincoln

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Victor Nateras was battling the flu bug earlier this week.

Raiders draft CB Conley at No. 24

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Despite rape allegations that emerged days before the draft, Ohio State cornerback Gareon Conley was drafted by the Oakland Raiders with the N…

49ers use 3rd pick to grab Stanford's Thomas

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PHILADELPHIA — The San Francisco 49ers have taken Stanford defensive lineman Solomon Thomas with the No. 3 pick in the NFL draft.

Athlete of the week: Pfennig aiming for pitch-perfect

Athlete of the week: Pfennig aiming for pitch-perfect

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Accomplishments: Danielle Pfennig feels every softball pitcher on the high school, competitive and collegiate levels has that one go-to pitch …

Softball: Hawks out-hit Cougars twice

Softball: Hawks out-hit Cougars twice

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GALT — One of the reasons that the Liberty Ranch High softball team sits in first place in the Sierra Valley Conference is because of its offense.

Sports shorts: Featherston, Flames win in extra innings

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Shelby Featherston got the win in Lodi’s 3-2, extra-innings victory over West on Wednesday, and also drove in the winning run in a double in t…

Baseball: Pitching, defense carry Flames past West

Baseball: Pitching, defense carry Flames past West

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Jacob Jordan did his job on the mound.

Alumni Update April 25

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    Perched eight feet off the ground in the driver’s seat of a hunter-green carriage, Greenlaw “Fritz” Grupe makes quite an impression. Here, Grupe is in control and can meet the world on his own terms and at a speed of his choosing.

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