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City of Lodi to hire sign consultant for $19,000

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With the Amgen Tour of California slated to ride through Lodi in May, city leaders would love to have new signage in place directing tourists …

Galt seeks public input on future of city

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The city of Galt invites the public to participate in a brief survey regarding the future direction of the city by filling out an online survey.

Lodi police give away free Christmas trees

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The Police Officers’ Association of Lodi will give away free Christmas trees starting at 8 a.m. today in the old police department parking lot…

Wallace man killed in Acampo crash

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A man from Wallace was killed Wednesday after his vehicle was hit at the intersection of Elliott and Collier roads, according to a California …

Highway 99 signs honoring Officer Kevin Tonn to be installed

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Two large “Officer Kevin Tonn Memorial Highway” signs are scheduled to be installed by the California Department of Transportation along Highw…

Public Meetings: Week of Dec. 22, 2014

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Lodi Grape Festival elects officers and directors

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The Lodi Grape Festival and National Wine Show Association, Inc. elected its annual directors and officers at its president’s dinner in Jackso…

Ken Vogel talks about experience as San Joaquin County supervisor

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Ken Vogel, who represents District 4 on the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors, terms out the end of this year after eight years in the seat.

Tail-waggers

Tail-waggers

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Caesar is an approximately 51⁄2-year-old American bulldog mix. He is neutered and came in weighing 83 pounds, though he could still stand to g…

Students walk to support Tokay High School teacher Kris Goldstein

Students walk to support Tokay High School teacher Kris Goldstein

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Students and staff from the AVID program at Tokay High School organized a walk-a-thon Thursday afternoon for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society…

Local Sports

Girls basketball: Lodi Flames compete for second tournament title

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Monica Valenzuela had 18 points and seven boards and Anmarie Freiermuth added 16 points and five steals to lead the Lodi Flames varsity girls …

Boys basketball: Eagles down Knights at Davis Tournament

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David Lerma had 27 points to lead the Elliot Eagles varsity boys basketball team to a 60-55 win over the Rio Linda Knights in the Davis Tourna…

Boys basketball: Clifford Dela Cruz delivers as Flames rally past Tigers

Boys basketball: Clifford Dela Cruz delivers as Flames rally past Tigers

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The Fremont Tigers of Oakland did just about everything possible to leave the door open for the Lodi Flames varsity boys basketball team on Fr…

Boys basketball: Bears top Tigers in junior varsity game at Ceres Tournament

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Luka Jovic led Tokay Tigers junior varsity boys basketball team with 19 points to go with nine rebounds in a 58-54 loss to the Merced Bears at…

Boys basketball: Hawks down Panthers

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The Liberty Ranch Hawks varsity boys basketball team beat the McKinleyville Panthers in the first round of the Cosumnes Oaks Tournament behind…

Girls basketball: Flames torch Lions

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The Lodi Flames varsity girls basketball team was down a key player Thursday, but it meant little.

Boys basketball: Flames hold off Vikings

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

Boys basketball: Tigers finish strong in win over Bruins

Boys basketball: Tigers finish strong in win over Bruins

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The Tokay Tigers varsity boys basketball team got off to a slow start but finished strongly in a 59-52 victory over the Bear Creek Bruins at B…

Boys wrestling: Flames take down Eagles

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Styles Schmidli (106 pounds), Dylan Crawford (120), Tucker Purdy (145) and Johnny DaTorre (152) each won by pin for the Lodi Flames varsity bo…

Girls basketball: Elliot Eagles go into Central California Athletic Alliance play battle-tested

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

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  • Attorney sues Lodi businesses over disability laws

    Attorney sues Lodi businesses over disability laws

    A Sacramento-area lawyer is challenging some Lodi businesses to comply with disability laws or face potentially expensive lawsuits. Attorney Scott Johnson, who is disabled himself, is a controversial figure who has filed more than 1,000 disability-related lawsuits. He is regarded by some as an aggressive advocate — and by others as an opportunist. He recently sent a letter to Lodi business owner Paul Taormina telling him his lock and key operation was not in compliance with the Americans with Disability Act.

  • Wallace man killed in Acampo crash

    A man from Wallace was killed Wednesday after his vehicle was hit at the intersection of Elliott and Collier roads, according to a California Highway Patrol press release.

  • Lodi-area man arrested in cold case murder investigation

    Lodi-area man arrested in cold case murder investigation

    A Lodi man has been arrested in the 1989 stabbing death of a transgender woman in Orange County.

  • Lodi man hospitalized after shooting

    LODI — The Lodi Police Department is investigating a shooting that left a 27-year-old man hospitalized Wednesday night.

  • Students walk to support Tokay High School teacher Kris Goldstein

    Students walk to support Tokay High School teacher Kris Goldstein

    Students and staff from the AVID program at Tokay High School organized a walk-a-thon Thursday afternoon for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, in honor of AVID teacher Kris Goldstein.

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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 Crew removes lid from water treatment tank at White Slough

Crew removes lid from water treatment tank at W…

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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.