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Lodi Planning Commission to review housing project, Sprouts alcohol permit

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The Lodi Planning Commission is set to consider a growth management allocation and subdivision map for the Gateway North project during its me…

Longtime Lodi transportation manager to retire this month

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After more than three decades of working with the city, Lodi Transportation Manager Paula Fernandez will soon be retiring. Her last official d…

Parents push back on LUSD plan to close Acampo middle school

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Dozens of parents filled the tables in Houston Middle School’s cafeteria in Acampo on Monday night to voice their concerns about the possible …

Lodi City Council to hold special meeting on changing elections

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LODI — In response to recent threats of legal action from the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund, the Lodi City Council will …

Hospice of San Joaquin holds annual tree lighting ceremony

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Hundreds gathered in front of Lodi City Hall on Thursday night for the 24th annual Tree of Lights tree lighting ceremony, presented by the Hos…

Parade of Lights drew thousands to Downtown Lodi

Parade of Lights drew thousands to Downtown Lodi

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The 22nd annual Parade of Lights, presented by the Kiwanis Club of the Greater Lodi area, was a huge success, according to event organizer and…

150-mile run honors fallen troops from California

150-mile run honors fallen troops from California

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Approximately 6,500 men and women from the United States Armed Forces have died since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, and 762 of them…

North San Joaquin Water Conservation District sets timeline for proposed groundwater project

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To seek public input and establish a timeline for a proposed groundwater replenishment project in the Mokelumne River’s south system, the Nort…

Parade of Lights fills streets with holiday magic

Parade of Lights fills streets with holiday magic

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Thousands filled the sidewalks of Downtown Lodi on Thursday night to witness the 22nd annual Parade of Lights presented by the Kiwanis Club of…

San Joaquin County considers rules for personal cannabis cultivation

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With the Adult Use of Marijuana Act set to take effect on Jan. 1, the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors is considering imposing regulati…

Local Sports

Sports shorts: Tokay soccer too much for Edison in shutout victory

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Tokay High’s boys soccer team shut out Edison 5-0 on Tuesday at the Grape Bowl, led by Jose Gonzalez’s two goals, to improve to 3-0-2.

Boys basketball: Tigers’ rally comes up short against Calaveras

Boys basketball: Tigers’ rally comes up short against Calaveras

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One of the objectives that the Tokay High boys basketball team had in Tuesday’s game against Calaveras was to slow down its fast-breaking offense.

Alumni Update Dec. 12

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Mike Meserole

Boys basketball: Eagles’ rally falls short

Boys basketball: Eagles’ rally falls short

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STOCKTON — Three Elliot Christian High boys basketball players hovered around the 3-point line looking to get their turn with the ball.

Katrina evacuee Hicks takes the long road to DI basketball

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — The floodwaters’ power erased the carpet on the lower half of the stairs, leaving nothing but exposed wood and nails…

Sports shorts: Hawks rout Oakdale to remain perfect

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The Liberty Ranch players scored in double digits as the Hawks’ boys basketball team cruised to an 80-43 victory over Oakdale on Friday to imp…

Girls basketball  Flames open home tourney with win

Girls basketball Flames open home tourney with win

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Lodi High’s girls basketball team opened its home tournament, the Flames Winter Tournament, with a 55-25 victory over El Capitan out of Merced…

Sports shorts: Hawks run past the Bruins

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The Liberty Ranch High boys basketball team improved to 4-0 with an 88-54 win over Riverbank on Thursday night.

Wrestling: Flames control ’Dogs in thrilling match

Wrestling: Flames control ’Dogs in thrilling match

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Azriel Meza is in his first year participating in high school wrestling.

Sports shorts: Eagles soar to victory over Chavez

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The Elliot High boys basketball team opened the Edison McDonald’s Classic, and opened the season, by overcoming a 14-point deficit to defeat C…

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  • Arte y Almas: Dia de los Muertos 2017

    A journey through life, love and death, Arte y Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2017 (Art & Souls: Day of the Dead 2017) features contemporary installations by artists’ collectives Sonrisa de la Muerte and Lapiztola from Mexico and California artists Lurac and Oscar Magallanes. Opening at the Día de Los Muertos Fiesta 2017 on Fri., Oct. 13, the exhibit explores the Mexican cultural tradition of honoring deceased loved ones each year on November 1 and 2 by creating calaveras de azúcar (sugar skulls), altares de muertos (altars of the dead) and ofrendas (offerings), which has evolved from the Aztecs to modern day Mexico and California. Members of the public are also invited to celebrate friends and family with a remembrance in the exhibition’s Community Altar through Dec. 30, 2017. For more information, visit http://www.californiamuseum.org/arte-almas.

  • Beauty and the Beast: California Wildflowers and Climate Change

    Through a display of breathtaking images by San Francisco Bay Area-based photographers Rob Badger and Nita Winter, "Beauty and the Beast: California Wildflowers and Climate Change" addresses the effects of changing weather patterns on a universal symbol of beauty: the wildflower. Featuring over 45 landscape photographs taken across the state, this traveling exhibition from Exhibit Envoy is a visual survey of California's diverse and delicately-balanced ecosystems that reveals the effects of global warming and other human impacts on our native plants. For more information, visit http://www.californiamuseum.org/beauty-beast. 

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  • Arte y Almas: Dia de los Muertos 2017

    A journey through life, love and death, Arte y Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2017 (Art & Souls: Day of the Dead 2017) features contemporary installations by artists’ collectives Sonrisa de la Muerte and Lapiztola from Mexico and California artists Lurac and Oscar Magallanes. Opening at the Día de Los Muertos Fiesta 2017 on Fri., Oct. 13, the exhibit explores the Mexican cultural tradition of honoring deceased loved ones each year on November 1 and 2 by creating calaveras de azúcar (sugar skulls), altares de muertos (altars of the dead) and ofrendas (offerings), which has evolved from the Aztecs to modern day Mexico and California. Members of the public are also invited to celebrate friends and family with a remembrance in the exhibition’s Community Altar through Dec. 30, 2017. For more information, visit http://www.californiamuseum.org/arte-almas.

  • Beauty and the Beast: California Wildflowers and Climate Change

    Through a display of breathtaking images by San Francisco Bay Area-based photographers Rob Badger and Nita Winter, "Beauty and the Beast: California Wildflowers and Climate Change" addresses the effects of changing weather patterns on a universal symbol of beauty: the wildflower. Featuring over 45 landscape photographs taken across the state, this traveling exhibition from Exhibit Envoy is a visual survey of California's diverse and delicately-balanced ecosystems that reveals the effects of global warming and other human impacts on our native plants. For more information, visit http://www.californiamuseum.org/beauty-beast. 

  • Friday, December 15, 2017
  • Arte y Almas: Dia de los Muertos 2017

    A journey through life, love and death, Arte y Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2017 (Art & Souls: Day of the Dead 2017) features contemporary installations by artists’ collectives Sonrisa de la Muerte and Lapiztola from Mexico and California artists Lurac and Oscar Magallanes. Opening at the Día de Los Muertos Fiesta 2017 on Fri., Oct. 13, the exhibit explores the Mexican cultural tradition of honoring deceased loved ones each year on November 1 and 2 by creating calaveras de azúcar (sugar skulls), altares de muertos (altars of the dead) and ofrendas (offerings), which has evolved from the Aztecs to modern day Mexico and California. Members of the public are also invited to celebrate friends and family with a remembrance in the exhibition’s Community Altar through Dec. 30, 2017. For more information, visit http://www.californiamuseum.org/arte-almas.

  • Beauty and the Beast: California Wildflowers and Climate Change

    Through a display of breathtaking images by San Francisco Bay Area-based photographers Rob Badger and Nita Winter, "Beauty and the Beast: California Wildflowers and Climate Change" addresses the effects of changing weather patterns on a universal symbol of beauty: the wildflower. Featuring over 45 landscape photographs taken across the state, this traveling exhibition from Exhibit Envoy is a visual survey of California's diverse and delicately-balanced ecosystems that reveals the effects of global warming and other human impacts on our native plants. For more information, visit http://www.californiamuseum.org/beauty-beast. 

  • Saturday, December 16, 2017
  • Arte y Almas: Dia de los Muertos 2017

    A journey through life, love and death, Arte y Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2017 (Art & Souls: Day of the Dead 2017) features contemporary installations by artists’ collectives Sonrisa de la Muerte and Lapiztola from Mexico and California artists Lurac and Oscar Magallanes. Opening at the Día de Los Muertos Fiesta 2017 on Fri., Oct. 13, the exhibit explores the Mexican cultural tradition of honoring deceased loved ones each year on November 1 and 2 by creating calaveras de azúcar (sugar skulls), altares de muertos (altars of the dead) and ofrendas (offerings), which has evolved from the Aztecs to modern day Mexico and California. Members of the public are also invited to celebrate friends and family with a remembrance in the exhibition’s Community Altar through Dec. 30, 2017. For more information, visit http://www.californiamuseum.org/arte-almas.

  • Beauty and the Beast: California Wildflowers and Climate Change

    Through a display of breathtaking images by San Francisco Bay Area-based photographers Rob Badger and Nita Winter, "Beauty and the Beast: California Wildflowers and Climate Change" addresses the effects of changing weather patterns on a universal symbol of beauty: the wildflower. Featuring over 45 landscape photographs taken across the state, this traveling exhibition from Exhibit Envoy is a visual survey of California's diverse and delicately-balanced ecosystems that reveals the effects of global warming and other human impacts on our native plants. For more information, visit http://www.californiamuseum.org/beauty-beast. 

  • Sunday, December 17, 2017
  • Arte y Almas: Dia de los Muertos 2017

    A journey through life, love and death, Arte y Almas: Día de Los Muertos 2017 (Art & Souls: Day of the Dead 2017) features contemporary installations by artists’ collectives Sonrisa de la Muerte and Lapiztola from Mexico and California artists Lurac and Oscar Magallanes. Opening at the Día de Los Muertos Fiesta 2017 on Fri., Oct. 13, the exhibit explores the Mexican cultural tradition of honoring deceased loved ones each year on November 1 and 2 by creating calaveras de azúcar (sugar skulls), altares de muertos (altars of the dead) and ofrendas (offerings), which has evolved from the Aztecs to modern day Mexico and California. Members of the public are also invited to celebrate friends and family with a remembrance in the exhibition’s Community Altar through Dec. 30, 2017. For more information, visit http://www.californiamuseum.org/arte-almas.

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