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Today, January 22, 2019
Lodi honors Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy

Lodi honors Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy

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Lodians gathered at First United Methodist Church on a sunny Monday afternoon to celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. — the lat…

Saturday, January 19, 2019

LUSD, Delta College working to develop robotics academy

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Lodi Unified School District and San Joaquin Delta College have begun collaborating to develop Valley Robotics Academy, which will eventually …

Local Indian restaurant adding a banquet hall

Local Indian restaurant adding a banquet hall

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Friend’s Indian Restaurant in Lodi will be expanding its business by adding a new banquet hall which will replace the previously vacated furni…

Lodi volunteer spent month working in Lebanon refugee camp

Lodi volunteer spent month working in Lebanon refugee camp

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Lee Baker Kraljev of Lodi spent a month volunteering in Lebanon to help Syrian and Palestinian refugees who were relocated.

Two men suspected in at least 14 Lodi car burglaries

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Detectives from the Lodi Police Department, AB 109 Task Force and San Joaquin Auto Theft Task Force on Thursday made two arrests in connection…

Friday, January 18, 2019
Strong storm hits Lodi, knocks tree onto kids' bedroom

Strong storm hits Lodi, knocks tree onto kids' bedroom

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Although no injuries were reported, Wednesday night’s rain storm caused a tree to fall onto a Lodi home.

Local experts weigh in on the housing market

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The housing market has been booming in recent years, but how long will the run last? Will 2019 be a seller’s market or a buyer’s market?

Lodi library to host Global Game Jam

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The Lodi Public Library will be hosting its second Global Game Jam from Jan. 25 to 27.

Lodi police welcome three new members

Lodi police welcome three new members

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Friends, family and fellow officers took shelter from the rain in Carnegie Forum on Thursday afternoon as they welcomed the newest members of …

Thursday, January 17, 2019

Lodi High principal warns of national vaping epidemic

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With the use of nicotine vaporizers and electronic cigarettes — known as “e-cigarettes” or “vaping” — on the rise among U.S. high school stude…

LUSD Board gets update on Measure U projects

LUSD Board gets update on Measure U projects

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The Lodi Unified School District Board of Trustees received an update on projects funded by Measure U, a $281 million bond passed by Lodi vote…

Lodi City Council OKs pact with developer

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At a City Council meeting held on Wednesday night, the council voted in favor of approving a reimbursement agreement with Anthem United Perrin…

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Board reviews designs for Lodi High campus

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During Tuesday night’s meeting, the Lodi Unified School District Board of Education reviewed schematic designs for a new Lodi High School campus.

Lodi Council begins forming Measure L committee

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The Lodi City Council began the process of forming a Measure L oversight committee during Tuesday’s shirtsleeve meeting. The establishment of …

Police Partner retires after 25 years

Police Partner retires after 25 years

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During Patricia Freeman’s 25 years of volunteer work with the Lodi Police Partners, she has helped out at the scenes of two bank robberies as …

Council to discuss annexing land south of Lodi for development

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A controversial plan to develop a large parcel of land south of Harney Lane and east of Lower Sacramento Road into a new housing subdivision w…

Tuesday, January 15, 2019
Blagg honored for her contributions to agriculture

Blagg honored for her contributions to agriculture

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The Lodi District Chamber of Commerce has named Amy Blagg the Agribusiness Person of the Year.

Make-A-Wish surprises Lodi teen with trip

Make-A-Wish surprises Lodi teen with trip

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Family, friends and supporters crowded into Robinson’s Feed Co. on Sunday afternoon to surprise Nicole Newman.

Shutdown has affect on local ag industries

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Local agriculture industries may soon feel the effects of the federal government shutdown, which began Dec. 22, 2018.