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Disabled Lodi woman losing Section 8 housing

Disabled Lodi woman losing Section 8 housing

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When Kimberly Froberg first moved into her home on North Loma Street in November 2006, the apartment complex was covered by the Department of …

Mosquitofish giveaways in San Joaquin County

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Do you have standing, untreated water on your property that you want to keep mosquito-free? The San Joaquin Mosquito and Vector Control Distri…

Lodi church celebrates 145th anniversary

Lodi church celebrates 145th anniversary

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Rev. Derril Peabody strolls the grounds of United Congregational Christian Church, making his way through the garden as he points out crops of…

Lodi Veteran Returns To Vietnam

Lodi Veteran Returns To Vietnam

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The first time Mel Potter went to Vietnam, he was a soldier in the U.S. Army. It was 1968, and like many young men, he was sent overseas to fi…

Trustees reopen Hill House Museum

Trustees reopen Hill House Museum

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After severing ties with the Lodi Historical Society and closing the Hill House Museum for a few weeks for repairs, Hill House trustees overse…

Deputy chief of Lodi Fire completes executive training program

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Deputy Fire Chief Gene Stoddard of the Lodi Fire Department has successfully completed the National Fire Academy's executive fire officer program.

GALEP Therapeutic Riding Program volunteers needed

GALEP Therapeutic Riding Program volunteers needed

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Volunteers are needed to make a difference for children in the Galt community through a free summer horse camp experience. No horse experience…

Downtown Lodi shops affected by temperature

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It’s been a hot week in Lodi, with temperatures on Thursday reaching 108 degrees according to the Bank of Stockton’s digital sign in Downtown.

Heat wave hits peak, on its way out

Heat wave hits peak, on its way out

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The Lodi area can breathe a sigh of relief: The punishing heat wave that has baked the area since last Friday is on its way out.

City rolling out interpretation language service

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In an effort to better communicate with its customers, the City of Lodi is offering an interpretation service for non-English speaking citizen…

Local Sports

Babe Ruth baseball: Pirates finish their business

Babe Ruth baseball: Pirates finish their business

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Keith Kosaka knows what it’s like to be the runner-up.

Baseball: Reds 2-1 in Cooperstown

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The Lodi Reds 12 and under baseball team are halfway through pool play games at the Cooperstown All-Star Village in Cooperstown, N.Y.

Football: Junior Flames brave heat at camp

Football: Junior Flames brave heat at camp

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Off the streets and into cleats.

Baseball: Lodi Reds taking part in East Coast tournament

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On Sunday, the Lodi Reds 12 and under baseball team will be playing in one of the biggest tournaments on the East Coast.

Softball championships: Tigers turn up heat for 16U title

Softball championships: Tigers turn up heat for 16U title

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Time didn’t impact the Tigers’ offensive power in the Lodi Boosters Boys and Girls Sports’ 16 and under softball championship game against the…

In This Corner: Let’s start a new local grid rivalry

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Last Thursday, the Tokay and Liberty Ranch football teams competed at Thursday Night Lights’ 7-on-7 games at Cosumnes Oaks High of Elk Grove.

Alumni Update June 20

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Mitch Walding

Lodi 11s pull ahead of Ripon in 3-game series

Lodi 11s pull ahead of Ripon in 3-game series

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Revenge was sweet for Lodi against Ripon in the Cal Ripken 11U All-Stars Baseball Tournament at Salas Park on Saturday and Sunday.

Lodi sweeps opponents in 12U bracket

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The Lodi 12U Cal Ripken All-Star Team played welcomed teams from the sixth district over the weekend for the district championship.

Softball: Final prep game for Eagle players

Softball: Final prep game for Eagle players

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STOCKTON — Grace Robles has found another home at the Bucky Layland Softball Complex.

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  • Disabled Lodi woman losing Section 8 housing

    Disabled Lodi woman losing Section 8 housing

    When Kimberly Froberg first moved into her home on North Loma Street in November 2006, the apartment complex was covered by the Department of Housing and Urban Development, also known as Section 8. The program provides financial assistance for low-income individuals and families.

  • Babe Ruth baseball: Pirates finish their business

    Babe Ruth baseball: Pirates finish their business

    Keith Kosaka knows what it’s like to be the runner-up.

  • Lodi church celebrates 145th anniversary

    Lodi church celebrates 145th anniversary

    Rev. Derril Peabody strolls the grounds of United Congregational Christian Church, making his way through the garden as he points out crops of squash, Brussels sprouts, green onions and various peppers, all of which will be donated to the hungry and homeless if Lodi.

  • Durlynn Anema: What’s been happening in Galt?

    Durlynn Anema: What’s been happening in Galt?

    Small towns seem to attract retirees — and families if the towns are close to a large city. Often it is because of the less expensive home prices plus the “small town” atmosphere. Once Lodi was like that as far as home prices went. Lodi’s downtown still has the small town atmosphere which is part of its attraction.

  • Trustees reopen Hill House Museum

    Trustees reopen Hill House Museum

    After severing ties with the Lodi Historical Society and closing the Hill House Museum for a few weeks for repairs, Hill House trustees overseeing the museum reopened the house for tours last Sunday.

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