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Stockton Emergency Food Bank names interim executive director following slaying of former head

Stockton Emergency Food Bank names interim executive director following slaying of former head

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The Stockton/San Joaquin Emergency Food Bank announced Ray Call as their interim executive director on Thursday, following the tragic death of…

Morada woman takes charge of Lodi’s transit system

Morada woman takes charge of Lodi’s transit system

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The City of Lodi has a new transportation manager. Georgia Lantsberger began work on Tuesday and is filling the position left vacant by the re…

Lodi area and beyond facing a bad flu season

Lodi area and beyond facing a bad flu season

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This year’s flu virus is hitting California hard, and San Joaquin County is no exception.

Lodi Unified school board OKs update for Tokay bleachers

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Following questions from the Lodi Unified School District Board of Education, the board voted 7-0 to add the replacement of Tokay High School’…

Lodi council to discuss lawsuit alleging wrongful death in Shergill case

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The Lodi City Council is slated to go into closed session during its meeting tonight to discuss a wrongful death lawsuit filed against the cit…

Lodi school board to consider improving Tokay High School’s bleachers

Lodi school board to consider improving Tokay High School’s bleachers

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Tokay High School’s bleachers have seen countless spectators for football and soccer games, track meets and graduation ceremonies.

Breakthrough Project dreams of Lodi’s future at Celebration of Unity

Breakthrough Project dreams of Lodi’s future at Celebration of Unity

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The Breakthrough Project for Social Justice in Lodi held its 20th annual Celebration of Unity honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr…

Lodi police make two drug arrests, investigate separate gunshot incidents on Friday

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The Lodi Police Department had another busy weekend, responding to two gunshot victims, juveniles brandishing a replica firearm and making two…

San Joaquin County receives $4.4M homelessness grant

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The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development will award approximately $382 million in grants to California for the current fiscal year…

North San Joaquin water official explains upcoming groundwater project

North San Joaquin water official explains upcoming groundwater project

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Joe Valente’s gray Chevrolet pickup truck drove down Tretheway Road in Lodi on Friday afternoon as the president of the North San Joaquin Wate…

Local Sports

Football: Galt coach Jermaine Allen resigns after second season

Football: Galt coach Jermaine Allen resigns after second season

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GALT — In the last two seasons, Jermaine Allen witnessed positives and negatives as the Galt High football coach.

Wrestling: Tigers ready for second Rod Gaines Invitational

Wrestling: Tigers ready for second Rod Gaines Invitational

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For the second weekend in a row, hundreds of wrestlers will descend on Tokay High to showcase their wrestling skills.

Sports shorts: Tokay boys soccer shuts out St. Mary’s on the road

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The Tokay High boys soccer team remained undefeated in the Tri-City Athetlic League with a 4-0 road win over St. Mary’s on Thursday.

Girls soccer: Rams cool off Flames’ attack

Girls soccer: Rams cool off Flames’ attack

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Six days after scoring seven goals in its Tri-City Athletic League opener, the Lodi High girls soccer team was looking to continue moving the ball.

Sports shorts: Tokay wrestling takes down Wolf Pack

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The Tokay High wrestling team picked up its third consecutive Tri-City Athletic League win on Wednesday, soundly defeating West 58-10.

Alumni Update Jan. 17

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Girls basketball: Free throw propels Flames past Lincoln

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The Lodi High girls basketball escaped with an important victory on Tuesday with a 1-point victory over Lincoln.

Boys soccer: Tokay fends off Wolf Pack for crucial points

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During last season’s journey to a Tri-City Athletic League championship, and the program’s first playoff win in nearly a quarter century, the …

Sports shorts: Liberty Ranch easily dispatches Rosemont

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Four Liberty Ranch players scored in double digits as the Hawks boys basketball took down Rosemont 84-53 on Tuesday.

Girls wrestling: Bernal pins down crown at Lady Tigers Invitational

Girls wrestling: Bernal pins down crown at Lady Tigers Invitational

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Bryanna Bernal has made sacrifices in her eating habits and workouts in the last three months.

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