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Galt students participate in unique water learning program

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GALT — Hundreds of Galt sixth-graders took the water last week to participate in Wilderness Inquiry’s Canoemobile program which delivers place…

Tail-waggers

Tail-waggers

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Belle is an approximately 6 month old, spayed female, Black DMH cat. When Belle came to PALS with her siblings, she was a tiny little 3-month-…

Lunch menus: Week of May 2

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The following is a list of this week’s lunch menus for area schools and LOEL Center. Choice of 1-percent milk or non-fat chocolate milk is ser…

Public meetings: Week of May 2

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Lodi Fire holding open house on Sunday

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LODI — The Lodi Fire Department is hosting an open house for the community at Station 1, 210 W. Elm Street, on Sunday during the Lodi Street F…

Central Valley Community Bancorp to acquire Sierra Vista Bank

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FRESNO — Central Valley Community Bancorp, a bank holding company headquartered in Fresno, announced that it would be acquiring Sierra Vista B…

Drug take-back today in Lodi, Lockeford

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SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY — Do you have any used or expired drugs that you would like to safely dispose? Several agencies in the county are inviting …

One injured in single-vehicle crash on Clements Road

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A male driver sustained a major injury when his vehicle went off road, knocked down a power pole and overturned on Clements road east of Lodi …

San Joaquin County launches its newly redesigned website

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San Joaquin County redesigned its website in an effort to “broaden public access to County services and information more timely and efficientl…

New Lodi drink stops set up shop

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As the mercury continues to rise this weekend and heading into summer, folks can now beat the heat with two new specialty drink stores in Lodi.

Local Sports

Lodi golf wins TCAL Tournament

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The Lodi High golf team felt it could do better than the 390 it shot at the Tri-City Athletic League finals on Monday at Elkhorn Golf Course i…

Baseball: Lodi starts cross-town series with a victory

Baseball: Lodi starts cross-town series with a victory

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Lodi High opened the final series of Tri-City Athletic League play on Monday with a 13-8 win over cross-town rival Tokay.

Sports shorts: Sefreid, McDowell lead Lodi at Sacramento

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Paige Sefreid ran the 400 in a Lodi High-record 57.90 seconds on Saturday at American River in the Sacramento Meet of Champions, placing seventh.

Lodi splashes past TCAL competition

Lodi splashes past TCAL competition

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An even 100 points and records shattered.

Baseball: Flames drop battle of bats

Baseball: Flames drop battle of bats

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One or more runs could have lead to an upset.

TCAL tennis tournament: Tokay’s Fernandez wins TCAL

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Tokay High senior Kameron Fernandez won the Tri-City Athletic League tennis singles championship on Friday, and he did it in convincing fashio…

Sports shorts: Tokay baseball knocks off the Wolf Pack

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Jake Penix, along with Tokay teammates Brennon Berninger and Nick Dentoni, had the big hits in Friday’s 6-4 victory over West in a Tri-City At…

Sports shorts: Lodi boys win TCAL badminton

Sports shorts: Lodi boys win TCAL badminton

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The Lodi High boys badminton team sealed the Tri-City Athletic League championship with Thursday’s 4-1 victory over Tokay

Softball: Tigers’ bats cool off Flames

Softball: Tigers’ bats cool off Flames

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Taelor Ford continued to let her bat do the talking.

Raiders draft West Virginia S Karl Joseph 14th overall

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ALAMEDA, Calif. (AP) — The Oakland Raiders selected West Virginia safety Karl Joseph with the 14th overall pick.

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  • Webinar On Candidate Assessments: Using Data to Drive Effective Hiring and Employee Development

    Overview: This webinar will cover the benefits of using online assessment tools to screen for effective hiring and employee development. Using data to select the right person for the right position will save your organization thousands of dollars. In this webinar, you will learn how to use assessments to drive person-job fit within your organization.Why should you attend: Are ineffective selection methods causing your organization unnecessary cost? Do you feel 100% confident that you are hiring talent that is the right fit for your organization and the job that needs doing? Thinking about using pre-hire candidate assessments, but don’t know where to start? Join us to find out how to use pre-hire assessments effectively for any job. We will cover common best practices for selecting assessments for a variety of job roles, from front-line customer service professionals to executives in the C-Suite. We will also cover the different types of assessments available and when to use them. In addition, you will leave with a checklist of criteria to select the right assessments to use to avoid liability in your organization.Areas Covered in the Session:How Ineffective Selection is Costing your Organization Thousands.The Business Case for Using Assessments for Hiring and Development Selection.Common Best Practices for Selecting Assessments for a Variety of Job Roles, from Front-Line Customer Service Professionals to Executives in the C-SuiteDifferent Types of Assessments Available and When to Use Them.Checklist of Criteria to Select the Right Assessments to Use to Avoid Liability in Your OrganizationReview of Various Assessments Available for Hiring SelectionUsing Assessments for the Development of Current EmployeesWho Will Benefit:HR ProfessionalsSenior ManagersInstructor:Dr. B. Lynn Ware CEO and President, Integral Talent Systems, Inc. Dr. B. Lynn Ware is an Industrial/Organizational Psychologist and thought leader who has practiced for over thirty years in the talent management field. She has designed, developed and implemented career development systems in partnership with several Best Place to Work organizations such as Google and Scripps Medical Center. Dr. Ware's mission is on how to leverage the company's investment in talent to generate stronger financial outcomes. Dr. Ware has experience designing, implementing and measuring a wide variety of integrated talent management solutions in the consumer products, energy, financial services, health care, technology, manufacturing and retail industries. She is frequently quoted on trends in talent management in numerous publications such as the Associated Press, San Francisco Chronicle, Harvard Business Review, and Computer World magazine, and has been featured several times on CNN as a global talent management expert.Contact Details:NetZealous LLC, DBA TrainHRPhone: +1-800-385-1627Email: support@trainhr.comhttp://www.trainhr.comTwitter Follow us: https://twitter.com/TrainHR1 Linkedin Follow us :  https://www.linkedin.com/company/trainhrFacebook Like Us:    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Trainhr/1540069582910166

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  • FREE Document Shredding at Central Valley Community Bank – Stockton Branch

    Shred your old documents and confidential files safely and securely. Watch your unwanted papers be shredded onsite, FREE of charge, courtesy of Central Valley Community Bank and Pacific Shredding. Shredding services are limited to 4 banker boxes per person or business, up to the shredding truck capacity.

  • Science Night Live!

    SCIENCE NIGHT LIVE is an engaging science experience within a casual atmosphere for the curious minds in our community! Come join the conversation with a local scientist, participate in hands-on activities, socialize with other science enthusiasts, reward your trivia skills, and enjoy a drink from the beer & wine cash bar with some great food from Carnitas Don Fili!

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  • Webinar On Impending Crisis: Too Many Jobs, Too Few People

    Overview: Over the last few years, many companies have become complacent. Finding and keeping good employees has been less difficult during the Great Recession and its aftermath, but trouble is just around the corner. Now, we're moving into a period of intensifying labor shortages and most employers are simply not prepared. 

  • Webinar On New Guidelines for Business Writing- "How to Meet the Expectations of Today's Reader"

    Overview: If applying three simple strategies to your business writing could increase three-fold the likelihood that people would actually read what you write ' wouldn't you want to know what those three strategies are? And if consistently applying those three strategies could build your reputation, make you more productive, and boost your credibility, wouldn't you want to adopt those three strategies today? Join civility and communication expert Lew Bayer and learn the top three new guidelines for modern business writing.Why should you attend: Research suggests that how a person writes- particularly in business, can tell a reader a lot. For example, people may make judgments about your education, experience, credibility, honesty, professionalism, and even your age and gender based on how you write. And, in addition to negative impressions, poor business writing can impact service delivery, workplace and client relationships, and the bottom line. Learning and adopting simple techniques can ensure you send a positive impression, and potentially decrease the time you spend writing by up to 50%- as an important added bonus, effective writing can increase the possibility that someone will actually read what you write, and respond appropriately. Areas Covered in the Session:Why you- the writer, are actually to blame if readers aren't responding the way you want them toHow to identify your purpose and clearly express that purpose for the readerAction-oriented writing strategies that encourage others to read what you writeHow to write subject lines and opening statements that have impactElements of tone and how to know what is appropriateThe “logical" order of content for short reports, memos and other business documentsThe difference between proofing and editing?Who Will Benefit:Human Resources ProfessionalsAdministrative ProfessionalsTraining SpecialistsLearning and Development Specialists

  • Cinco de Mayo at Miner's Leap Winery

    Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with ALL DAY Happy Hour specials!  El Matador food truck will be on-site providing us with a festive fare for the day.  El Matador isn't your basic Mexican food truck, they serve up unique Mexican-Korean Fusion dishes! Miner's Leap Winery features both outdoor and indoor seating areas, where you can gather with friends and enjoy the festivities.

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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.