Leticia and Diego Galvan and their family have received immense support in their mission to provide larger rewards for information in violent crime cases.
Editor’s note: This is the third in a series of articles about women who are shaping Lodi’s future, in honor of Women’s History Month.
If hitting is contagious, the Lodi High baseball team wants to keep its virus.
Teachers, especially substitute teachers, have continued to be in short supply in Lodi Unified School District. Last year, approximately 50 positions were unfilled at the start of the school year and next year is projected to continue to have unfilled positions. Amidst all this, not enough substitute teachers are available to fill in the cracks while also covering the regular sick days and absences during the school year.
Lodi resident Mindi Anderson is on a mission to help those addicted to nicotine quit smoking and to educate the public about the dangers of second-hand smoke.