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San Joaquin County counsel, DA investigate complaints against sheriff

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After Dr. Susan Parson and Dr. Bennet Omalu resigned from their positions as forensic pathologists at the San Joaquin County Coroner’s Office,…

San Joaquin County Public Health urges flu shots

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San Joaquin County Public Health Services is reminding area residents that it’s flu season, but it’s not too late to get a flu shot.

Grocery Outlet holds ribbon-cutting ceremony

Grocery Outlet holds ribbon-cutting ceremony

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Several eager shoppers joined city officials and store employees for a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday morning as Grocery Outlet opened it…

Concerns arise over Lodi police access to utility info

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Should Lodi police have access to your utilities account? At least one Lodian thinks not.

Former Lodi mayor responds to study about ‘psychological violence’ faced by mayors

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Having recently completed his first term as mayor, Lodi City Councilman Doug Kuehne reflected on the amount of harassment he received while in…

Christmas tree business rebounds after drought

Christmas tree business rebounds after drought

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The Christmas tree business is booming again.

Lodi planners OK housing development map, Sprouts alcohol permit

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The Lodi Planning Commission voted unanimously to approve a growth management allocation, subdivision map and planned development guidelines f…

Two Lodians honored by mayor for efforts to improve their communities

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One of Doug Kuehne’s final acts as mayor of Lodi was awarding Pregnancy Resource Center Director Paula Leary and Lodi resident Bill Moersch wi…

New Galt school school board presidents

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Galt Joint Union High School District trustee Angela DaPrato has been chosen as the new board president by her peers, while Daniel Denier is t…

Lodi Police Department prepares for DUI enforcement

Lodi Police Department prepares for DUI enforcement

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From Dec. 15 through Jan. 1, the Lodi Police Department is partnering with the California Office of Traffic Safety and National Highway Traffi…

Local Sports

Student-athletes: Seven Lodi teams in top five in Section academics

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There’s a number of things Lodi High athletes excelled at in the fall, from league championships in boys and girls cross country to playoff ru…

Girls soccer: Tigers gallop past Mustangs

Girls soccer: Tigers gallop past Mustangs

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Alexia Garcia and Sophia Casciaro were like Batman and Robin.

Aberle lights up scoreboard for Lodi

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The Lodi High girls basketball team took down Weston Ranch 71-61 on Friday, with 21 points from Brooke Aberle in her first game back from a hi…

Sports shorts: Liberty Ranch wins tournament opener

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The Liberty Ranch High girls basketball team tipped-off its annual Hawk Holiday Shootout with a convincing 71-16 win over Linden on Thursday.

Boys soccer: Galt takes down Tokay in battle of unbeatens

Boys soccer: Galt takes down Tokay in battle of unbeatens

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GALT — Galt High’s Angel Lopez has a lot of positions listed next to his name on the roster — just about everything except goalkeeper and water boy.

Athlete of the week: Eagles' Doell steps into bigger role

Athlete of the week: Eagles' Doell steps into bigger role

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Accomplishments: Cody Doell is posting impressive numbers for the Elliot Christian High boys basketball team in this young season.

Sports shorts: Reed, Flames fend off Turlock squad

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Jaylin Reed drained six 3-pointers on his way to a 32-point night to help the Lodi boys basketball team hold off Turlock 60-58 on Wednesday at…

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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  • Today, 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.

  • 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. 

  • Monday, December 18, 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.

  • Tuesday, December 19, 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. 

  • Wednesday, December 20, 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. 

  • Thursday, December 21, 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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Levee breach Jan 11 2017

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Randy's Wacky Turkey Races

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Randy's Wacky Turkey Races at the Lodi Grape Festival

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