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Minor injuries in four-vehicle collision near Acampo

Minor injuries in four-vehicle collision near Acampo

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Although a four-vehicle collision on northbound Highway 99 near the Acampo Road exit caused traffic delays on Tuesday, no serious injuries were reported.

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Lodi, Galt police make multiple weekend arrests

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It’s been a busy few days for both the Lodi and Galt police departments, with a non-fatal shooting and unrelated car chase in Lodi and a robbe…

Savor Lodi offers a taste of the local food scene

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Lodi couple Scott and Juliet Fyffe want to give tourists and locals alike a taste of the city’s food and beverage scene with their new busines…

Wound care center marks a decade of treatment

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When Deborah Elliott became a patient at the Adventist Health Lodi Memorial Wound Treatment Center last year, she was suffering from celluliti…

A matter of life and death: Pope’s stance on capital punishment draws mixed reaction from local religious leaders

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Pope Francis on Aug. 2 declared the death penalty unacceptable in all cases because “it is an attack on the inviolability and dignity of the p…

Lodi and Redding businesses team up to help fire victims

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As the Carr Fire continues to burn in Shasta and Trinity counties, many communities are coming together to help those impacted by the fire.

Smoke poses little threat to S.J. County

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Although smoke from the Carr Fire in Shasta and Trinity counties has filled the skies of San Joaquin County in recent weeks, local crops and l…

Lodi Police celebrate promotions, badge pinnings

Lodi Police celebrate promotions, badge pinnings

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With Thursday-afternoon temperatures almost in the triple digits, Lodi Police Capt. David Griffin welcomed the friends, family and fellow offi…

Veteran wants to restore flagpole memorial in Lodi

Veteran wants to restore flagpole memorial in Lodi

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Last year, artist John Callahan fixed the broken crane head on the fountain at Legion Park. Now, he is on a mission to restore an American Leg…

4,000 miles for cancer: Lodi native runs to raise funds, awareness

4,000 miles for cancer: Lodi native runs to raise funds, awareness

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Lodi native Nick Somera finally made it home after a seven-week, 4,000 mile run across the country to create awareness and raise funds for can…

Lodi students reprimanded for NRA T-shirts

Lodi students reprimanded for NRA T-shirts

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A Lodi High School teacher on Friday reportedly reprimanded two sophomores and sent one to the principal’s office for wearing T-shirts support…

Local Sports

Alumni Update Aug. 15

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Mitch Walding

Lodi Mile brings blazing times, community feel to Hutchins

Lodi Mile brings blazing times, community feel to Hutchins

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Running fans who dropped in on Hutchins Street Square on Sunday weren’t treated to the 4-minute mile the organizers of the Lodi Mile were hopi…

High school football: Tokay bounces back in scrimmages

High school football: Tokay bounces back in scrimmages

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STOCKTON — A dress rehearsal was much needed before the dance begins.

High school football: Tokay, Liberty Ranch and Galt evaluating players

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Three of the four Lodi area high football teams will have their players take part in controlled scrimmages starting tonight.

High school basketball: DaPrato visualizes big goals as Galt girls coach

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GALT — Angela DaPrato has watched educational achievements for the last 20 years.

Galt truck driver wins state title, will go on to nationals

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Galt truck driver Gary Martin has secured the title as the California Truck Driving Champion and is set to compete at the National Truck Drivi…

S.J. Supes OK regulations on commercial cannabis

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The San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday voted 3-2 to approve regulations on commercial cannabis activity and personal cannabis …

National Night Out forges Lodi bonds

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Almost 80 parties were held all across the City of Lodi on Tuesday night for the 35th annual National Night Out.

San Joaquin agriculture production on the rise

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San Joaquin County Agricultural Commissioner Tim Pelican on Tuesday announced that the county’s agricultural production increased by 8.13 perc…

Swimming: Trio brings home top finishes in Southern California meet

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Three Lodi swimmers made a splash at the California-Nevada Sectional Swimming meet at the Santa Clarita Aquatics Center in Santa Clarita last …

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  • Saturday, August 18, 2018
  • Gold & Outdoor Festival

    Festival Celebrates Old West Tradition

  • Sunday, August 19, 2018
  • Gold & Outdoor Festival

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  • Monday, August 27, 2018
  • Lodi Unified College & Career Planning Night

    Lodi Unified School District will be holding the 11th Annual College and Career Planning Night on Monday, August 27, 2018 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Ronald E. McNair High School in Stockton, CA.  This event is free to LUSD students and their families.  This is a valuable opportunity to connect with over 100 representatives from education institutions and organizations including: Universities of California, California State Universities, private colleges, community colleges, branches of the military and armed forces, business schools, vocational schools, technology schools, public organizations, medical organizations, public service agencies, and so much more.  There will be special presentations about attending an out of state college, financial aid information, and how to earn free college credits while still in high school beginning at 5:00 p.m. 

  • Saturday, September 8, 2018
  • Amador Artists Open Studios

    September 8 and 9 will bring an Open Studios with a difference.  Instead of a driving tour as in the past, the event this year will be held in the American Legion Hall at Sutter Hill where 20 artists will show their work, and many will demonstrate their craft.  This free exhibition, produced by the Amador County Artists Association, will be open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, with food available for purchase. The increased hours on Saturday and the change from a driving tour is an effort to maximize the number of people who see our art and fund our scholarship raffle.  Each participating artist donates a piece of artwork for the raffle.  Additional information will be updated on our website, www.amadorartists.org, or contact Cynthia Dunn-Selph at dunnselphc@yahoo.com. 

  • Sunday, September 9, 2018
  • Amador Artists Open Studios

    September 8 and 9 will bring an Open Studios with a difference.  Instead of a driving tour as in the past, the event this year will be held in the American Legion Hall at Sutter Hill where 20 artists will show their work, and many will demonstrate their craft.  This free exhibition, produced by the Amador County Artists Association, will be open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, with food available for purchase. The increased hours on Saturday and the change from a driving tour is an effort to maximize the number of people who see our art and fund our scholarship raffle.  Each participating artist donates a piece of artwork for the raffle.  Additional information will be updated on our website, www.amadorartists.org, or contact Cynthia Dunn-Selph at dunnselphc@yahoo.com. 

  • Saturday, September 22, 2018
  • Earth's Treasures Gem, Mineral & Jewelry Show

    On the fourth weekend of September, bring your family to the Lodi Grape Festival Fairgrounds for the Earth’s Treasures Gem and Mineral Show.  Pan for gold, open geodes, examine fossils, explore for crystals, learn how to turn rocks into gems and jewelry.  Lots of precious things for sale.  September 22 and 23, ten to five.  Admission, $6.  Free for kids 12 and under.  Free parking.  Mention this listing for a $2 discount per person.  Sponsored by the Stockton Lapidary and Mineral Club, a place where we love and cherish the gifts of the earth.

  • Sunday, September 23, 2018
  • Earth's Treasures Gem, Mineral & Jewelry Show

    On the fourth weekend of September, bring your family to the Lodi Grape Festival Fairgrounds for the Earth’s Treasures Gem and Mineral Show.  Pan for gold, open geodes, examine fossils, explore for crystals, learn how to turn rocks into gems and jewelry.  Lots of precious things for sale.  September 22 and 23, ten to five.  Admission, $6.  Free for kids 12 and under.  Free parking.  Mention this listing for a $2 discount per person.  Sponsored by the Stockton Lapidary and Mineral Club, a place where we love and cherish the gifts of the earth.

  • Friday, November 2, 2018
  • Lodi Sandhill Crane Festival

    WHERE: All presentations, workshops and tour departures are based at Hutchins Street Square, 125 S. Hutchins St., Lodi, CA

  • Saturday, November 3, 2018
  • Lodi Sandhill Crane Festival

    WHERE: All presentations, workshops and tour departures are based at Hutchins Street Square, 125 S. Hutchins St., Lodi, CA

  • Sunday, November 4, 2018
  • Lodi Sandhill Crane Festival

    WHERE: All presentations, workshops and tour departures are based at Hutchins Street Square, 125 S. Hutchins St., Lodi, CA

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Galt fire

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All lanes of Highway 99 near Galt were temporarily closed on Wednesday afternoon due to a fire, although no injuries have been reported.

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Obon Festival

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AMGEN Tour of California 2018

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The men's stage five passes through the Lodi area on N Clements Road on May 17, 2018.

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Truck crashes into elevator

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A woman sustained minor injuries when her white pickup truck crashed into the elevator shaft on the third level of the Lodi Station Parking Garage on Tuesday afternoon.

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Free Little Library

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