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Living with cancer: Diagnosis can often be a complex process

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For many people, a cancer diagnosis comes after they visit a doctor with a new symptom.

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  • Pamphlets urge homeless to leave Lodi

    Pamphlets telling homeless people to leave Lodi have been circulating around town, upsetting the homeless as well as homeless advocates in the community.

  • Lodi man killed by train on Friday identified

    Detective Dave Konecny of the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office on Monday identified 46-year-old Ezequiel Lopez of Lodi as the man fatally stuck by a train in Downtown Lodi on Friday evening.

  • Lodi police has busy weekend, arresting numerous people

    The Lodi Police Department had a busy weekend, according to Sgt. Steve Maynard, arresting a juvenile suspected of possessing a stolen gun, a man suspected of car theft, a woman suspected of a hit and run and a man suspected of violating his parole along with several court orders.

  • Lodi man pulls family from Lodi Lake after canoe capsizes

    Lodi man pulls family from Lodi Lake after canoe capsizes

    Lodian Dave Kirsten had joined his wife’s book club in an electric boat on the Mokelumne River at Lodi Lake Thursday evening when they came across five people in the water clinging to a tree near a capsized canoe.

  • Miss California to make two Lodi appearances

    Miss California to make two Lodi appearances

    Lodi’s Mackenzie Freed was recently crowned Miss California and will be competing for the chance to become Miss America in September. Lodians will have two opportunities to meet with Freed and congratulate her on her win.

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Snapshot: Siskiyou County is a great place to unplug, enjoy nature and history

Snapshot: Siskiyou County is a great place to unplug, enjoy nature and history

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Siskiyou County is a wonderful place, if you only have the patience for it.

Timaree Hagenburger: A chef shares why he adopted a plant-based, whole food diet

Timaree Hagenburger: A chef shares why he adopted a plant-based, whole food diet

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I am so excited to introduce you all to Vik! He is one of my former students with whom I bonded almost immediately, as we shared a love of foo…

Return to the Roaring Twenties in style at Gatsby Picnic

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For the third year in a row, Durst Winery & Estate’s garden grounds will be transformed into a 1920s-themed Gatsby Picnic on July 15, comp…

SummerFest offers delicious food, wine for a good cause

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The Lodi Memorial Hospital Foundation is continuing their 34-year tradition of raising support for the local hospital with SummerFest — a live…

Jellystone Park gets new slides as water park nears completion

Jellystone Park gets new slides as water park nears completion

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Lodi residents — along with families from the San Joaquin Valley, San Francisco Bay Area, and those just passing through — will soon have a ne…

‘Alice in Wonderland’ brings magical story to Lodi

‘Alice in Wonderland’ brings magical story to Lodi

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For the next week, Changing Faces Theater Company will be a circus, as directors, actors and crew put the final touches on sets and costumes, …

Taco trucks go head-to-head for Lodians’ hearts and stomachs

Taco trucks go head-to-head for Lodians’ hearts and stomachs

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Get ready to spice up your life. Lodi’s eighth annual Taco Truck Cook-Off rolls into Hale Park on Saturday, ready for a flavorful face-off.

Living with cancer: Diagnosis can often be a complex process

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For many people, a cancer diagnosis comes after they visit a doctor with a new symptom.

Living with cancer: Local, online support groups help people cope with diagnosis

Living with cancer: Local, online support groups help people cope with diagnosis

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On a recent Wednesday, a group of people gathered in a conference room at Adventist Health Lodi Memorial.

Heritage Day lets local history lovers experience pioneer life

Heritage Day lets local history lovers experience pioneer life

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Each year, students from around the county get to see how pioneers lived at the San Joaquin County Historical Museum. They learn how to make r…

Crime, war, council infighting touched Lodi 25 years ago

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Editor’s note: “A Look Back” shares historical tidbits from archived copies of the Lodi News-Sentinel. Several of the September, October and N…

Counting Crows headed to Ironstone Amphitheatre

Counting Crows headed to Ironstone Amphitheatre

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When Counting Crows first began playing together more than 25 years ago, they didn’t expect to be superstars. Few bands do, said Adam Duritz, …

Desta’s story is full of magic, inspiration and Ethiopian history

Desta’s story is full of magic, inspiration and Ethiopian history

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Desta’s story starts with a dream — to climb the mountains surrounding his village and touch the sky — and a coin passed down in his family fo…

Stadium 12 launches Sensory Sensitive, Kids’ Summer Movies

Stadium 12 launches Sensory Sensitive, Kids’ Summer Movies

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To accommodate those with special needs and usher in the summer vacation, Lodi Stadium 12 has kicked off its Sensory Sensitive film showings a…

Local residents invited to celebrate black history at Juneteenth

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Even though changes can’t be made to the past, the prospect for a better future and a better community is in the hands of those in the present…

Craft Beer Festival returns to Lodi Lake

Craft Beer Festival returns to Lodi Lake

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Is beer really better at Lodi Lake?

Battle of the Big Bands brings kings of swing to Lodi

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Lodi’s about to be swinging.

Jerrod Niemann plans to get crowd moving at San Joaquin Fair

Jerrod Niemann plans to get crowd moving at San Joaquin Fair

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Jerrod Niemann got hooked on country music young.

Fit Life Impact Program aims to inspire students to lead healthy lives

Fit Life Impact Program aims to inspire students to lead healthy lives

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Ten-year-old Amy Ruiz never liked exercising, until she began participating in the Fit Life Impact Program. Now, the fourth-grader feels inspi…