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General Mills’ blue star will stay lit despite property sale

General Mills’ blue star will stay lit despite property sale

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When General Mills shutters its doors and turns off the lights in Lodi for last time, the blue star that graces its tall silo will not go dark…

Lower holiday gas prices leave Lodi travelers thankful

Lower holiday gas prices leave Lodi travelers thankful

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Travelers through the Lodi area Tuesday gave thanks for an early Christmas gift: Lower gas prices.

Lodi wreath thief still at large

Lodi wreath thief still at large

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It cost the Cantrell household $60 to buy materials for a homemade wreath, and countless hours to weave the ribbon together. But it only took …

14-year-old arrested in Woodbridge shooting

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A 14-year-old boy has been arrested in the shooting of two teenage boys in Woodbridge that police believe may be gang-related.

Can't find what you need in Galt shops? Go online, city says

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Any last-minute Christmas shopping to do? Maybe birthday gifts for those born in January? Or do you need an appliance or specialty home good?

Assemblyman Jim Cooper appointed to agriculture committee, others

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Assemblyman Jim Cooper of California’s 9th Assembly District has been appointed by Speaker Toni Atkins to serve as a member on five key policy…

Christmas holiday closures

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The Lodi News-Sentinel office will close at noon Wednesday and will be closed on Thursday. There will be no paper published on Thursday.

Hearing Services Center honored for service

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Hearing Services Center was recognized at the 2014 Audigy Group Team Summit this year for delivering exceptional service to patients by provid…

Group helps Lodi residents in need give Christmas gifts to their loved ones

Group helps Lodi residents in need give Christmas gifts to their loved ones

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At 11 a.m. Monday, Christy Doll and six volunteers headed to Lawrence Park with one goal in mind: to give those in need the opportunity to give gifts.

Barsetti Vineyards opens Galt’s first wine tasting room

Barsetti Vineyards opens Galt’s first wine tasting room

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Barsetti Vineyards opened the city of Galt’s first wine tasting room Saturday and did “pretty good” for a soft opening, according to winery ow…

Local Sports

Julius Thomas selected for Pro Bowl

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The AFC West champion Denver Broncos led the NFL with nine players, including Tokay High School graduate Julius Thomas, selected for the Pro B…

Boys basketball: Brody Nutting, Jackson DeAndreis lead Flames to road win

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The Lodi Flames varsity boys basketball team battled Tuesday in Rio Linda and were just able to fend off a pesky Knights team.

Boys basketball: Tigers edge Vikings in overtime

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The Tokay Tigers varsity boys basketball team beat the Edison Vikings 62-61 in overtime in The Jungle at Tokay High School on Tuesday.

Lodi guard Anmarie Freiermuth lights it up Liberty Ranch Tournament, gets MVP

Lodi guard Anmarie Freiermuth lights it up Liberty Ranch Tournament, gets MVP

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Accomplishment: The Lodi Flames varsity girls basketball team needed someone to step up last week in Galt and Anmarie Freiermuth answered the call.

Lodi Swim Club competes at Hot Cocoa Classic

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The Lodi Swim Club competed in the Hot Cocoa Classic at St Mary’s High School and had several first place finishes

Boys wrestling: Several Lodi Flames first at Lodi Shootout

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Lucas Howard (285), Ryan Renteria (285), Nathan Plath (113), Nick Jasperson (132), Austin Mason and Brandon Jiminez (170) were the victors at …

Alumni update

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The latest news on local athletes who are continuing to play at the college or professional levels.

Girls basketball: Flames top Hawks in Liberty Ranch Tournament final

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Anmarie Freiermuth had 14 points and six steals and Gianna Maragliano added 13 points and eight rebounds to lead the Lodi Flames varsity girls…

Boys basketball: Tigers struggle against Lions’ small-ball lineup

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The first play on offense Monday night at The Jungle was about as textbook as it gets.

Boys wrestling: Trenton Edalgo, Dylan Kranich win divisions at Lodi Shootout

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Trenton Edalgo and Dylan Kranich of the Tokay Tigers junior varsity wrestling team each went 3-0 and won their respective divisions at the Lod…

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  • General Mills’ blue star will stay lit despite property sale

    General Mills’ blue star will stay lit despite property sale

    When General Mills shutters its doors and turns off the lights in Lodi for last time, the blue star that graces its tall silo will not go dark. After all, it is a Lodi icon, as the late Bob Wheeler termed it.

  • 14-year-old arrested in Woodbridge shooting

    A 14-year-old boy has been arrested in the shooting of two teenage boys in Woodbridge that police believe may be gang-related.

  • Lodi wreath thief still at large

    Lodi wreath thief still at large

    It cost the Cantrell household $60 to buy materials for a homemade wreath, and countless hours to weave the ribbon together. But it only took a thief a few seconds to grab it off Kevin and Kelly Cantrell’s door on Friday.

  • Can I use self-rising flour in place of regular flour?

    Can I use self-rising flour in place of regular flour?

    Dear Barbara: My neighbor lady gave me a bag of “self-rising” flour. I was going to make cookies with it, but I wasn’t sure if that would change the taste of the cookies. The recipe didn’t call for self-rising flour. Are they interchangeable? — Jan from Acampo

  • Lodi Montessori students perform in holiday play

    Lodi Montessori students perform in holiday play

    Students at Lodi Montessori performed in their first holiday play on Friday night. Our teachers have been preparing for months: making costumes, rehearsals and arranging the stage and lighting for this special night.

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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.