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Posted: Thursday, July 24, 2008 10:00 pm

The Lodi SWAT team took first place in a competition last weekend, going up against teams across the state, including some that are full-time.

Twelve teams participated in the Sierra Foothill Tactical Challenge, a three-day event that includes shooting, tactical and physical contests. One of the scenarios required them to run 750 feet down a steep gorge to a river and back up, Sgt. Chris Jacobson said.

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  • posted at 9:50 am on Fri, Jul 25, 2008.


    Gas stations don't keep much of the profit.The oil companies do.FACT: BILLIONS--not millions--IN PROFITS.

  • posted at 7:58 am on Fri, Jul 25, 2008.


    Hey 95242 the next time you by gas, ask the owner how much money he or she makes per gallon. It really isn`t all that much, maybe a penny or two per gallon. They have to pay for that shipment when it is off loaded from that tanker truck.

  • posted at 4:38 am on Fri, Jul 25, 2008.


    Don't blame the station owner for that $750 tank, they probably had to pay $735 for it. There is very little mark up by the station.

  • posted at 11:19 pm on Thu, Jul 24, 2008.


    Thieves target 76 gas station, steal diesel fuelThe report said most trucks have a 150 gallon tank and at $5 a gallon the theft is an approximate $750 loss.I think the real thieves here are ones charging $750 for a tank of gas!

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