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Saturday, July 21, 2018
Museum to bring WOW factor to block

Museum to bring WOW factor to block

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A row of abandoned buildings on Sacramento Street in Downtown Lodi sit withering away and waiting to be purchased and re-utilized.

New administrators eager to plunge into LUSD responsibilities

New administrators eager to plunge into LUSD responsibilities

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Just a week after Lodi Unified School District named Scott McGregor interim assistant superintendent of elementary education and Jeff Palmquis…

Lodi’s Sanborn Chevrolet overcomes hardships to flourish

Lodi’s Sanborn Chevrolet overcomes hardships to flourish

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As the oldest car dealership in Lodi, Sanborn Chevrolet is celebrating its 47 years of service, the efforts that it has made to remain up-to-d…

Safety lessons taught before grape harvest

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In preparation for this year’s grape harvest season, the Lodi District Grape Growers Association along with the Lodi Winegrape Commission held…

Six Lodi letter carriers each drive a million miles

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Six Lodi letter carriers recently joined the “Million Mile” club after at least three decades of providing quality postal service to the Lodi …

Incoming Lodi senior worked hard for Eagle Scout designation

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Jack Kipp, a rising senior at Jim Elliot Christian School, has joined the ranks of some of the most elite men in the nation by earning his Eag…

Lodi fire department responds to two vehicle collision scenes

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The Lodi Fire Department received calls for two vehicle collisions on Thursday, including a vehicle versus motorcycle and a two-vehicle collis…

Friday, July 20, 2018
New business brewing up something special in Lodi

New business brewing up something special in Lodi

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School Grounds Coffee in Downtown Lodi closed down last month and is being replaced by a new coffee shop that plans on stirring things up.

Distressed family has car stolen from Lodi hospital

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When Dallas Steadman of Stockton and his grandmother Joan Reid came out of Adventist Health Lodi Memorial Hospital last Thursday after she had…

Lodi Council OKs ordinance banning tents from parks

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The Lodi City Council unanimously approved an ordinance banning tents, shelters and enclosed structures in parks during it meeting Wednesday n…

Unusual arrest made near Lodi

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When California Highway Patrol officers responded to reports of someone driving under the influence on Highway 99 on Monday, they reportedly d…

Lodi family deals with deadly diagnosis

Lodi family deals with deadly diagnosis

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Longtime Lodi residents Peter and Letty Nava were both successful business owners when tragedy struck. Now Peter is suffering from double lung…

Thursday, July 19, 2018

Council OKs tax increase to be on November ballot

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The Lodi City Council voted unanimously to give final approval for a measure for a half-cent tax increase to be placed on the November ballot …

Homeless issue draws comments at Lodi Council

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A crowd of concerned citizens packed Carnegie Forum to discuss Lodi’s ongoing homeless situation during the city council meeting Wednesday night.

Lodi police make arrest in May’s fatal Vine Street shooting

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Officers from the Lodi Police Department on Sunday arrested Mario Flores Adan, 18, on suspicion of murder, attempted murder and accessory in c…

Delta College Board of Trustees president steps down

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Richard Vasquez announced on Wednesday that he is stepping down as president of the San Joaquin Delta College Board of Trustees because he is …

Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Woodbridge fire district to add tax measure to ballot

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Looking for solutions to their budget issues, the Woodbridge Rural Fire Protection District Board of Directors on June 6 voted 5-0 to add a sp…

S.J. County confirms first human case of 2018 West Nile virus

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San Joaquin County has seen its first human case of West Nile virus for 2018, according to Public Health Services.

Phase 7 of Lodi’s water metering project finished, two more to go

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The city is nearing completion of the water metering project after recently wrapping up work on the seventh of nine phases, according to Lodi …