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Friday 12/02/2016
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Between the hours of 8 a.m. Thursday to 8 a.m. Friday, the Lodi Police Department received 155 calls for service. Below is a sampling of those calls.

Posted: December 02, 2016
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Somera estimates 40,000 attended Parade of Lights

An estimated 40,000 people attended the 21st annual Lodi Parade of Lights on Thursday night and organizers are still counting up the proceeds from the event, Kiwanis Club board member Chet Somera said on Friday.

Posted: December 02, 2016
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Tail-waggers

Bear is an approximately 21⁄2-year-old, neutered male Rottweiler, and weighs approximately 102 pounds. Our big Bear has come a long way since PALS first rescued him back in September, and we’re so proud of him! Bear was very shy and timid, and unsure of himself, and everyone else, when we first brought him over to PALS. It took all of our volunteers working with him, showing him love and attention, just sitting in his kennel with him for him to start coming out of his shell, but when he did, he showed us what a remarkably loving and affectionate — and confident — dog he truly can be. He’s playful and goofy, and he loves to roll over on his back for some vigorous belly rubs. He loves to play fetch, and toss the ball in the air and pounce after it. And he loves to cuddle, too. This big boy soaks in the attention and affection he’s given, and returns it in kind, with a full body lean, and lots of doggy kisses. Bear is a recent graduate of the Basic Obedience Training course at Sycamore Lane Kennels, and it is recommended that his new owner(s) continue his obedience training to help him continue to build his confidence. Bear will need an owner that has experience with large breed dogs, and one that will have the patience to let Bear adjust to his new surroundings. Bear will need to go to a home that does not have cats. If you’re interested in giving our lovable Bear a great forever home, please come in and meet him!

Posted: December 02, 2016
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Lockeford Tree of Lights ceremony on Saturday

LOCKEFORD — Stop by the Wells Fargo Bank in Lockeford on Saturday at 6 p.m. for a beautiful tree lighting ceremony by the Hospice of San Joaquin, which is hosted by the Lockeford District Grange #579. Hot chocolate and cookies will be offered to spectators of the ceremony.

Posted: December 02, 2016
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Lodi schools prepare for bond projects

Lodi Unified School District is continuing to plan for the new Measure U school bond, which voters approved in November. Much work needs to be done before construction can begin on upgrading and modernizing classrooms and making other building improvements to the aging schools in the district.

Posted: December 02, 2016
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Lodi’s Measure S does not pass

SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY — The San Joaquin County of Voters has finalized the vote count and Measure S fell just short of the needed two-thirds majority.

Posted: December 02, 2016
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Lodi pastor receives community service award for efforts to foster unity

In an effort to create a sense of unity amongst the various races, religions, ethnicities, nationalities and cultures in his community, Pastor Steve Newman helped establish the Lodi’s first Peace Walk, held this past June.

Posted: December 02, 2016
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Lodi Rotary Satellite donates bikes to Adopt-a-Child ahead of Christmas

Truckloads of bikes arrived at Lodi Adopt-A-Child on Friday afternoon as gifts for local children and families in need. Lodi Satellite Rotary Club delivered close to 100 bikes purchased at a discount from the Lodi Super Wal-Mart.

Posted: December 02, 2016
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Thursday 12/01/2016
Parade of Lights kicks off Christmas season

The Kiwanis Club of the Greater Lodi area kicked off the Christmas season with the 21st annual Parade of Lights in Downtown Lodi on Thursday evening.

Posted: December 01, 2016
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Hospice tree lighting ceremony remembers loved ones

Dozens gathered in front of Lodi’s City Hall to honor and remember loved ones and ensure those in their final days get the adequate care during the 24th annual Hospice Tree Lighting Ceremony held Thursday evening.

Posted: December 01, 2016
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Lodi police arrest drug lab suspect

Lodi police arrested two men on Tuesday and Wednesday for two unrelated incidents involving a butane honey oil lab and a domestic disturbance.

Posted: December 01, 2016
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Scotto Cellars to raise money for Matthew Gress

LODI — Scotto Cellars is having a fundraiser for Matthew Gress, a 9-year-old Lockeford boy battling a rare form of cancer, and his family.

Posted: December 01, 2016
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First Friday Art Hop artists to be featured at Lodi Public Library

LODI — First Friday Art Hop returns to Downtown Lodi tonight from 6 to 8:30 p.m. At the Lodi Public Library, featured artists Judy Knott and Mardie Salzell Driftmeir will be displaying their mixed media art. Join library staff in viewing art, speak with the artist and enjoy a few refreshments. The Lodi Public Library is located at 201 W. Locust St. For more information about the First Friday Art Hop and participating locations, visit the Lodi Community Art Center at 110 W. Pine St. or by calling 209-333-3855.

Posted: December 01, 2016
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Father Editho Mascardo restored to ministry in the Stockton Diocese

STOCKTON — After allegations of inappropriate conduct against Father Editho Mascardo were reviewed, the Stockton Diocese has concluded that sexual abuse did not occur and has restored the priest to the ministry.

Posted: December 01, 2016
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Lodi Electric offers rebate credit for LED Christmas lights

LODI — In an effort to encourage customers to replace their older, inefficient holiday lighting with new Energy Star-certified LED lighting to save energy and help protect the environment, electric customers can receive a one-time account credit for up to $15 per eligible LED light string.

Posted: December 01, 2016
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Lodi Health appoints vice president of operations

LODI — Jason Whitney has been promoted to vice president of operations at Lodi Health. In this role, Whitney will oversee the organization’s master planning process and play a large role in the strategic operating plan. He will continue to serve as a member of the executive leadership team and report to President and CEO Daniel Wolcott.

Posted: December 01, 2016
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Wednesday 11/30/2016
Lodi Santa Truck is coming to town

If you hear the belly laugh of a jolly old man dressed in red heading down the street next week, it just may be Santa.

Posted: November 30, 2016
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Rio Valley Charter School expands into new location in Bella Terra Plaza

At Rio Valley Charter School, you will not find students seated in rows for several hours a day, five days a week. Instead, the school day is a bit more flexible. Rio Valley is a school that offers a different method of delivering education through homestudy and independent study while still maintaining the community environment offered by brick and mortar schools.

Posted: November 30, 2016
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Incidents at Lodi skate park prompt discussion

Recent incidents at Lodi’s skate park will be a major topic of discussion when the Parks and Recreation Commission meets next Tuesday. Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Director Jeff Hood says the incidents have led to increased maintenance and discouraged visitors from using the park.

Posted: November 30, 2016
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Lodi Boys and Girls Club seeks support for new teen center

The Lodi Boys and Girls Club is asking for the community’s help to raise $30,000 to fund a new teen center.

Posted: November 30, 2016
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