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Dick’s Sporting Goods to open in Lodi on Sept. 9

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Dick’s Sporting Goods has announced that it will open its Lodi store at the Reynolds Ranch Shopping Center to the public on Friday, Sept. 9 at 8 a.m.

Mixed results in LUSD testing

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State test results are in and schools, both locally and statewide, are reporting steady progress in English language arts and math since last …

Record-setting spirit: Lodi man seeks to set world record to help his daughter

Record-setting spirit: Lodi man seeks to set world record to help his daughter

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On a recent morning in Lodi, drivers going down South Hutchins Street encountered something out of the ordinary — a man, clad in red, white an…

Woodbridge Fire swears in seven new firefighters

Woodbridge Fire swears in seven new firefighters

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Woodbridge Fire District swore in seven new firefighters Wednesday morning during their regular district board meeting.

Vienna’s Senior Olympics come to a close

Vienna’s Senior Olympics come to a close

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You’re never too old to win the gold, and that was definitely the case for several of the residents at the Vienna Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.

IRS warns of back-to-school scams

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WASHINGTON — In this back to school season for many college students, scammers pretending to be the IRS are at it again.

Lodi High School grad travels country as clown

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A Lodi high graduate has put his comedic skills to use in an unusual line of work.

Report: $211,800 in unpaid bills owed to City of Lodi

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A total of $211,800 in unpaid bills is owed to the City of Lodi for water, wastewater and electric services. The large number not only include…

Honor Farm escapee found dead inside East Oak Street house following standoff

Honor Farm escapee found dead inside East Oak Street house following standoff

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The man who died during a standoff Tuesday on East Oak Street with San Joaquin County Sheriff’s deputies has been identified by the Coroner’s …

Authorities engage in standoff, fight fire on East Oak Street

Authorities engage in standoff, fight fire on East Oak Street

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One person is dead after a standoff in Lodi on Tuesday.

Local Sports

Moore loses no-hitter with 2 outs in 9th, Giants beat Dodgers

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LOS ANGELES — San Francisco lefty Matt Moore lost his no-hit bid with two outs in the ninth inning on a soft, clean single by Corey Seager, an…

High school football, Week 0: Ready for some football

High school football, Week 0: Ready for some football

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In recent weeks, Tokay High football coach Michael Holst has seen the continued improvement among his players.

SJS Media Day: No rain for playoffs benefited section coffers

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Profits from last year’s high school football playoff games, including the championships that featured a Lodi area squad, and a new site for b…

In This Corner: Is it football Friday yet?

In This Corner: Is it football Friday yet?

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On Friday night, the 2016 high school football season officially kicks off.

Alumni Update Aug. 23

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Zach Phillips

Sports shorts: Two Crushers make all-GWL

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Two members of the Lodi Crushers earned Great West League honors.

Football: Scrimmages give teams first contact

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Saturday brought a number of area schools together for preseason scrimmages, and both Lodi and Tokay got what they wanted out of them.

High school football"  Local teams ready to clash

High school football" Local teams ready to clash

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Three of the four Lodi area high school football teams are taking part in round-robin controlled scrimmages today.

Sports shorts: Tokay senior hits hole-in-one

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Tokay High senior Samantha Escobar, a senior on the school’s girls golf team, hit a hole-in-one at Micke Grove on Thursday.

Former Flame ready to guide Tokay girls water polo

Former Flame ready to guide Tokay girls water polo

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For the last three years, Haley Ring has coached the Tokay High junior varsity girls water polo team.

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Upcoming events

  • Monday, August 29, 2016
  • Lodi Unified School District 9th Annual College & Career Planning Night

    The 9th Annual Lodi Unified School District College & Career Planning Night will be a wonderful opportunity for students gather information, ask questions or representatives, and get ideas about their future after high school.  Over one hundred representatives from colleges, universities, trade schools, businesses, branches of the military, and other entities will be present to help our students plan their futures.

  • Saturday, September 3, 2016
  • Golden State German Shepherd Rescue Adoption Day

    Golden State German Shepherd Rescue Adoption Day

  • Tuesday, September 6, 2016
  • Lodi Community Prayer Rally

    Scheduled prayer rallies every other week, twice per week in specific places around the Lodi community. Visit the Community Prayer Network web site @ www.communityprayer.net for information, times and locations.

  • Wednesday, September 7, 2016
  • All Ages Sing-Along

    A group singing experience with projected lyrics and background soundtrack.  Revive your tired soul with a tuneful trip through vintage and new Americana, classic country, Irish pub songs and Disney favorites.  Bring the kids for a fun family night.  Woodbridge Hall, 1074 E. Academy and Lower Sac. Road.  (roadwork on Academy, but plenty of parking on Lower Sac. Road).  First Wed. of the month:  6:30 - 8:30 am.

  • Saturday, September 10, 2016
  • 50th Annual Me-Wuk Indian Acorn Festival in Tuolumne

    The Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk Indians welcome you to the very special 50h Annual Acorn Festival. Traditional Celebration of the Black Oak acorn Harvest with Traditional Dancers, Hand Games tournament Native Arts & Crafts, Deep Pit BBQ Dinner, Indian Tacos (11am to 4 pm), and Inter-tribal Pow Wow. No pets, drugs or alcohol allowed.

  • Sunday, September 11, 2016
  • 50th Annual Me-Wuk Indian Acorn Festival in Tuolumne

    The Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk Indians welcome you to the very special 50h Annual Acorn Festival. Traditional Celebration of the Black Oak acorn Harvest with Traditional Dancers, Hand Games tournament Native Arts & Crafts, Deep Pit BBQ Dinner, Indian Tacos (11am to 4 pm), and Inter-tribal Pow Wow. No pets, drugs or alcohol allowed.

  • Great American Hero 5K/10K Obstacle Challenge

    Do you have ATTITUDE? BRING IT! The Eagal Lakes Resort Great American Hero 5k/10k Obstacle Challenge has over 40 obstacles to challenge your endurance and fitness level, and is the first obstacle run with modified obstacles for ALL fitness levels from beginner to advanced. The 10k “Elite Waves” are for those in top competitive fitness and are limited to first 200 participants. Cash prizes, and all bragging rights, will be awarded to the top male/female in the “Elite” category.

  • Tuesday, September 20, 2016
  • Lodi Community Prayer Rally

    Scheduled prayer rallies every other week, twice per week in specific places around the Lodi community. Visit the Community Prayer Network web site @ www.communityprayer.net for information, times and locations.

  • Saturday, October 1, 2016
  • “Handmade Parade” in Jamestown California

    Do you like masks? storytelling? electronics? puppetry? costuming? engineering? Walk, stroll, bike, drum, sing and dance down the street with fellow revellers. Think: Mardi Gras celebration in the Motherlode! Join us to celebrate California Arts Day--march in a "Handmade Parade."

  • Golden State German Shepherd Rescue Adoption Day

    Golden State German Shepherd Rescue Adoption Day

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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.