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Lodi City Council briefed on plans to update, brand city’s website

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Work on the city’s new website and branding efforts is underway. Deputy City Manager Andrew Keys updated the Lodi City Council on the progress…

Lodi settles lawsuit over Shergill death

Lodi settles lawsuit over Shergill death

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The City of Lodi has agreed to pay the family of Gulf War veteran Parminder Singh Shergill $2.65 million to drop a federal civil rights lawsui…

San Joaquin County Supervisors vote to separate sheriff, coroner

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The San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously on Tuesday to eliminate the office of the coroner, a job formerly held by Sherif…

City of Lodi settles with Shergill family in officer-involved shooting

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The City of Lodi has agreed to pay the family of Gulf War veteran Parminder Singh Shergill $2.65 million to drop a federal civil rights lawsui…

One dead in a collision on Highway 99 outside of Lodi

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A 29-year-old man from Manteca died from injuries sustained in a collision on Highway 99 near Lodi on Sunday, according to a press release for…

One-Eighty Teen Center declines $54,000 CDBG funding

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A year after the One-Eighty Teen Center’s application for Community Development Block Grant funding sparked controversy about whether the requ…

Spilled rocks closed Highway 99 in Galt

Spilled rocks closed Highway 99 in Galt

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GALT — A truck hauling thousands of pounds of boulders struck a Caltrans sign on northbound Highway 99 north of the Walnut Avenue exit in Galt…

Lodi to get new buses, improve stops

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Lodians will soon get to enjoy new buses and improved bus stops. Last Wednesday, the Lodi City Council approved the purchase of five new buses…

Mathletes divide and conquer

Mathletes divide and conquer

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Hundreds of students gathered on Friday for the 14th annual Math Steeplechase at University of the Pacific’s Alex G. Spanos Center in Stockton.

Green deed appears to backfire for Lodi trees

Green deed appears to backfire for Lodi trees

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Someone looking to keep Lodi green apparently has a black thumb.

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Alumni Update April 24

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Mitch Walding

High school baseball: Tigers hand victory to Trojans

High school baseball: Tigers hand victory to Trojans

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Three Tokay High baseball players found ways to get on the base paths.

Local scene: Hitting, pitching helps Lodi pound West

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Jonathan Charboneau went 3-for-4 with a triple, two doubles, four RBIs and two runs to help the Lodi High baseball team rout West 14-2 on the …

Sports shorts: Alejandre’s two HRs help Eagles in rout

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Joshua Alejandre went 3-for-4 with two home runs and seven RBIs to help Elliot Christian’s baseball team to a 15-4 victory over Stone Ridge Ch…

High school softball: Eagles 4th in own tourney

High school softball: Eagles 4th in own tourney

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Elliot Christian’s softball team dropped both of its games on Saturday to finish fourth in its own tournament, a two-day affair with three gam…

Local scene: Flames burned by Bulldogs in series finale

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Lodi High’s baseball team fell by a run, 10-9, in Friday’s series finale against Lincoln, despite a grand slam and single from Angelo Zazzarino.

High school swimming: Lodi boys, Tokay girls win

High school swimming: Lodi boys, Tokay girls win

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Members of the Lodi boys and Tokay girls swimming teams have city bragging for the next 12 months.

Athlete of the week: Murguia having a good season for the Tigers

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Accomplishments: Julio Murguia is an experienced swimmer.

Boys tennis: Flames ace Tigers, on pace for playoffs

Boys tennis: Flames ace Tigers, on pace for playoffs

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A year ago, the Lodi High boys tennis team struggled to win one or two matches.

High school baseball: Tokay upsets TCAL’s defending champ

High school baseball: Tokay upsets TCAL’s defending champ

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Tokay High’s baseball team suddenly became relevant in the Tri-City Athletic League race this week.

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  • Saturday, May 5, 2018
  • Galt Area Historical Society Presents Evening In Italy

    Authentic Italian Dinner Prepared By Bueno Italiano

  • Saturday, May 12, 2018
  • Locke Asian pacific Spring Festival

    Annual event celebrating Asian Pacific heritage, featuring lion dance, martial arts, cultural entertainment, arts and crafts, food booths, raffle.  Family friendly, free admission and free parking. Locke is last surviving rural Chinese town in America.

  • Friday, May 18, 2018
  • Golden State Pinball Festival

    Lodi, CA- The longest-running annual pinball show west of the Mississippi moves to Lodi May 18th-20th, and this year's event will be bigger and better than ever!  After six successful years in Dixon as the Pin-a-Go-Go Pinball Show, the Northern California Pinball Association will bring its focus on education in the science, art, and history of pinball to a new location with a new name, the Golden State Pinball Festival.

  • Sunday, June 10, 2018
  • "Color Me Crazy" Fun Walk/Run

    This colorful, fun event is great for those of all ages! Inspired by the popular Color Run, this "run" will start at DeBenedetti Park, loop through the downtown, and end up back at the park with pops of color and entertainment the entire time. So grab some tennis shoes and a friend (or two) and sign up for this fun and colorful time!

  • Saturday, July 14, 2018
  • Night of Hope

    Hope Family Shelters 25th anniversary dinner. July 14,2018 5-9pm. MRPS Hall 133 N Grant Ave Manteca Ca 95336. Call 209-665-7640 for tickets or www.hopefamilyshelters.org.

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Randy's Wacky Turkey Races

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Randy's Wacky Turkey Races at the Lodi Grape Festival