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Lodi water rates to go up

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Lodi water rates will go up in January, but the increase won’t be as high as first proposed last year.

Electric utility announces 2015 Solar Rebate Program

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LODI — Lodi Electric Utility will be offering $525,000 in rebates to customers who install solar/photovoltaic systems in 2015.

Book signings scheduled for Tom Kettleman book

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LODI — Lodi author Donna Pacini-Christensen is holding two book signings for her recently published children’s book, “Tom Kettleman — The Peop…

Lodi police: Man caught hours after car chase

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LODI — Justin Lyons of Lodi was taken into police custody after officers reported that he attempted to evade them on the 1000 block of Lee Avenue.

Galt city clerk announces resignation at meeting

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GALT — Longtime Galt City Clerk Elizabeth Aguire Haglund made a surprise announcement at Tuesday’s regular Galt City Council meeting that she …

North San Joaquin Water Conservation District to consider rate increases in 2015

North San Joaquin Water Conservation District to consider rate increases in 2015

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Landowners who use water delivered by the North San Joaquin Water Conservation District may see rates increase next year.

Lodi choir director Robert Tan dies at age 78

Lodi choir director Robert Tan dies at age 78

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Robert Tan, a master pianist and choir director who taught generations of children in Lodi to sing, died at the age of 78.

My new holiday tradition: A fresh-cut Christmas tree

My new holiday tradition: A fresh-cut Christmas tree

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Walking down the path into the forest, I take a deep breath of fresh air and get lost in the towering pines and firs.

Are you still living with your parents?

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Are you an unemployed 20-something? Do you still live with your parents? Or are you a parent whose adult child has moved back in?

Galt Planning Commission approves marijuana ordinance

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With a 4-0 vote, the Galt Planning Commission has recommended to ban outdoor cultivation of medical marijuana within city limits after some re…

Local Sports

Sports Shorts: Flames hold off the Vikes

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With a hard-fought battle Wednesday, the Lodi boys basketball team is back at .500.

Boys basketball: Tigers finish strong

Boys basketball: Tigers finish strong

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STOCKTON — The Tokay High boys basketball team got off to a slow start but finished strongly in a 59-52 victory over the Bear Creek Bruins on …

Girls basketball: Lady Eagles go into league battle-tested

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For Elliot Christian girls basketball coach Brie Campbell, the early-season struggles are all about perspective.

Boys basketball: Hawks soar past Buffaloes

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A seemingly close varsity boys basketball game broke wide open Tuesday at Liberty Ranch High School when forward DeAndre Stallings started feeling it.

Boys basketball: Great expectations for Liberty Ranch Hawks

Boys basketball: Great expectations for Liberty Ranch Hawks

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Experience? Check. A go-to player? Check. A chip on the shoulder? Check.

Girls basketball: Indians top Tigers

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The Tokay Tigers varsity girls basketball team fell behind by nine after one period and couldn’t recover a 63-41 loss to the Ripon Indians at …

Girls basketball: Flames win wild Lodi Christmas Tournament final

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The Lodi Flames varsity girls basketball team closed out the Lodi Christmas Tournament in one of the wildest games coach Jim Staal can remember.

Alumni update

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The latest news on local athletes who are continuing to play at the college or professional levels.

Boys basketball: Jaguars down Tigers at McDonald’s Classic

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The Tokay Tigers varsity boys basketball team closed out the McDonald’s Classic with a 75-67 loss to the Bethel Jaguars of Vallejo in Stockton…

Girls basketball: Hawks top Tigers

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Sabrina Barron had 18 points to lead the Liberty Ranch Hawks varsity girls basketball team to a 64-38 win over the Tokay Tigers on Saturday.

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play Holiday movies theme glitzes up Lodi Parade of Lights

Holiday movies theme glitzes up Lodi Parade of Lights

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Lighted floats rolled though the streets of Downtown Lodi for the 16th annual Downtown Lodi Parade of Lights.

play World of Wonders Science Museum invites children to explore ‘maker and tinkerer culture’

World of Wonders Science Museum invites childre…

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The World of Wonders Science Museum in Downtown Lodi hosted a new event, “Tooling Around” on Saturday, Dec. 13, 2014.“We want to tap into the maker and tinkerer culture of knowing how to take things apart and put them back together,” said Henderson, a museum employee. “Not everyone has to become an engineer, but we’d love for more kids to think like an engineer.”

play Christmas poinsettias are a growing business for Lodi’s Hollandale Nursery

Christmas poinsettias are a growing business fo…

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Hollandale Nursery outside of Lodi is a family-run nursery that sells poinsettias for the holiday season.

play Lodi City Council candidates talk jobs, safety at forum

Lodi City Council candidates talk jobs, safety at forum

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2014 Lodi City Council Candidates Forum hosted by the Lodi News-SentinelFor easier viewing here we have provided a list of topics discussed and what time they appear in the video.Introductions - 0:00:00General Mills - 0:19:15Job Creation - 0:30:45Council Diversity - 0:42:55Pension Reform - 0:52:10City Council Benefits - 1:02:40Meeting Attendance - 1:10:37Gangs - 1:19:34Admired Public Figures - 1:29:45Closing Statements - 1:35:37

play Heavy Lifting

Heavy Lifting

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On Sept. 22, 2014, Western Water Constructors, Inc. removed an 86,000 pound lid at the White Slough Water Pollution Control Facility in Lodi, CA.

play Car fire on Highway 99

Car fire on Highway 99

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Lodi Fire Department and CHP responded to a car fire on southbound Highway 99 and Armstrong Road on Sept. 16, 2014.Video submitted by Red, owner of Emerald Tattoo in Lodi.