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Thursday 08/16/2018
Homeless Lodian prepared to fight for seat at the council table

Matt Blansett, a local man living out of his car, wasn’t about to let being homeless stop him from attempting to run for a seat on the Lodi City Council.

Posted: August 16, 2018
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Testing the waters at Lodi Lake

When students from the Lodi Storm Drain Detectives tested Lodi Lake and the Mokelumne River for water clarity on July 12 as part of the 2018 North American Secchi Dip-In, they found that part of the western side of the lake was less clear than it has been in years past.

Posted: August 16, 2018
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Four qualify for council race

The filing period for the 2018 general election ended Friday, and while five candidates for Lodi City Council returned nomination papers, only four qualified for the ballot.

Posted: August 16, 2018
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Tuesday 08/14/2018
Minor injuries in four-vehicle collision near Acampo

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

Posted: August 14, 2018
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Lodi, Galt police make multiple weekend arrests

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 robbery and unrelated drug bust in Galt.

Posted: August 14, 2018
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Savor Lodi offers a taste of the local food scene

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 business venture, Savor Lodi.

Posted: August 14, 2018
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Wound care center marks a decade of treatment

When Deborah Elliott became a patient at the Adventist Health Lodi Memorial Wound Treatment Center last year, she was suffering from cellulitis in her right leg.

Posted: August 14, 2018
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Saturday 08/11/2018
A matter of life and death: Pope’s stance on capital punishment draws mixed reaction from local religious leaders

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 person,” and non-lethal forms of punishment are widely available, and called upon the church to work toward abolishing it around the world.

Posted: August 11, 2018
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Lodi and Redding businesses team up to help fire victims

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

Posted: August 11, 2018
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Friday 08/10/2018
Smoke poses little threat to S.J. County

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 livestock have not experienced many negative effects.

Posted: August 10, 2018
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Lodi Police celebrate promotions, badge pinnings

With Thursday-afternoon temperatures almost in the triple digits, Lodi Police Capt. David Griffin welcomed the friends, family and fellow officers who had gathered in Carnegie Forum to celebrate two new officers having completed their probationary periods, and two veteran officers who were recently promoted.

Posted: August 10, 2018
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Veteran wants to restore flagpole memorial in Lodi

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 Legion flagpole he found with a tree growing around it in the park.

Posted: August 10, 2018
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Thursday 08/09/2018
LUSD board to apply for $1.6M grant to buy buses

The Lodi Unified School District Board of Education voted unanimously on Tuesday to participate in the California Energy Commission’s Alternative and Renewable Fuels and Vehicle Technology program, through which they will apply for a $1.6 million grant to purchase seven new clean-energy buses.

Posted: August 09, 2018
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Mother and daughter team up to run Lodi children’s boutique

Jan Campbell and her daughter Mindy Maiwald Compton have been working together since Compton was a teenager, so It was only natural that some day they would go into business with each other.

Posted: August 09, 2018
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4,000 miles for cancer: Lodi native runs to raise funds, awareness

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 cancer research. The 49-day journey was a fundraiser for the Ulman Cancer Fund for Younger Adults.

Posted: August 09, 2018
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Lodi students reprimanded for NRA T-shirts

A Lodi High School teacher on Friday reportedly reprimanded two sophomores and sent one to the principal’s office for wearing T-shirts supporting the National Rifle Association. The shirts had an image of the U.S. flag on top of the backs of shell casings, which the teacher believed violated the school’s dress code which bans clothing depicting weapons.

Posted: August 09, 2018
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Car strikes bicyclist in Lodi

LODI — A bicyclist heading north on North Garfield Street was struck by a car heading east on Locust Street at approximately 3 p.m. Wednesday, according to Lodi Police Sgt. Timothy Fritz, and was taken to the hospital as a precaution after complaining of pain.

Posted: August 09, 2018
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Tuesday 08/07/2018
Fatal crash victim remembered one year later

On a cloudy Monday morning, family and friends gathered at Cherokee Memorial Park for a memorial service in honor of Marcelino Castellano, who was killed at the age of 68 in a hit-and-run accident on Interstate 5 south of Sacramento on Aug. 6, 2017.

Posted: August 07, 2018
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Lodi native to join Mexican-American Hall of Fame soon

For most of his life, Lodi native Reuben Serna has been fighting for social justice not just in San Joaquin County, but across the United States and abroad.

Posted: August 07, 2018
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S.J. RTD wins national achievement award

The San Joaquin Regional Transit District (RTD) announced on Monday that they had won the American Public Transit Association’s (APTA) 2018 Outstanding Public Transportation System Achievement Award for achievements in environmental sustainability, progressive business practices and infrastructure development.

Posted: August 07, 2018
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