Wednesday’s vicious winds and falling trees turned off the lights for some parts of Lodi. By Thursday morning, however, Lodi Electric Utility had returned power to most of the city.
The first tree fell around 3 p.m.
For the last seven years, Galt and Liberty Ranch have competed in athletics in the Sierra Valley Conference.
The Lodi Electric Utility recently announced it will no longer offer net energy metering to new solar customers while also proposing a successor program that it believes will be fair to solar and non-solar customers alike.
Despite being a small town, Lodi has had a steady stream of embezzlement cases in recent years ranging from bookkeepers writing themselves checks to covering up personal use of company credit cards.