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Tuesday 10/16/2018
RTD Go! on-demand bus service expands hours on weekdays

The San Joaquin Regional Transit District is expanding the hours of its RTD Go! service.

Posted: October 16, 2018
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Lodi students challenged to become world changers

Fourth-, fifth- and sixth-grade students filed into Lois E. Borchardt Elementary School’s cafeteria on Monday morning for an assembly by Think Kindness. The organization was founded in 2009 by Brain Williams, who first visited Borchardt in 2017 and inspired the students to collect more than 1,700 pairs of shoes that were donated to children in Africa.

Posted: October 16, 2018
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Lodi Police discuss recent crime statistics

After Mayor Alan Nakanishi welcomed Chief Tod Patterson and Capt. David Griffin of the Lodi Police Department to Monday evening’s town hall meeting on this year’s crime statistics in Carnegie Forum, City Manager Steve Schwabauer took a moment to thank the department for its continued service.

Posted: October 16, 2018
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Sunday 10/14/2018
Update: Skydiver who died Sunday in Lodi identified

A skydiver died during a jump at the Lodi Parachute Center on Sunday, officials said.

Posted: October 14, 2018
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Saturday 10/13/2018
Vast Lodi estate sale canceled due to burglars

A planned estate sale in Lodi containing a vast collection of local historical items has been called off after it was discovered on Thursday that many items had been stolen the night before. The living estate sale of local historian Ralph Lea was scheduled for Saturday and Sunday at his property on North Locust Tree Road, where Lea had accumulated a massive repository of historic mementos and documents.

Posted: October 13, 2018
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Defendants in Lodi doctor’s murder appear in S.J. court

STOCKTON — The four men suspected in the shooting death of retired Lodi podiatrist Dr. Thomas Shock in August made their second appearance before the San Joaquin County Superior Court in Stockton on Friday afternoon.

Posted: October 13, 2018
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False information about Prop. 6 spread

Lodian Ron Portal on Tuesday received a call from someone claiming to work for the San Joaquin County Registrar of Voters, he said, who told him that there was a mistake in the wording for Proposition 6 — which would require voter approval for certain fuel taxes and vehicle fees — on the sample ballot.

Posted: October 13, 2018
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Thursday 10/11/2018
Cars, cornhole and more at Woodbridge Chili Cook-Off

For one day a year, “traditional red” doesn’t mean a glass of Cabernet Sauvignon at Woodbridge Winery.

Posted: October 11, 2018
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Galt high schools to use dogs to detect contraband

The Galt Joint Union High School District Board of Trustees on Tuesday voted 5-0 to approve the use of dogs to detect contraband such as drugs, alcohol and weapons at the district’s high schools.

Posted: October 11, 2018
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Let the winemaking begin

As this year’s grape harvest season winds down, many wineries in the Lodi area have begun pressing grapes to turn the fruit into wine.

Posted: October 11, 2018
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Galt High School Board approves using dogs to detect contraband

The Galt Joint Union High School District Board of Trustees on Tuesday voted 5-0 to approve the use of dogs to detect contraband such as drugs, alcohol and weapons at the district’s high schools.

Posted: October 11, 2018
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Wednesday 10/10/2018
Galt board agrees 8th-graders who pass high school math should get credits

The Galt Joint Union High School District Board of Trustees voted 4 - 1 to approve a new policy regarding students who take high school level math classes at one of the district’s high schools while in the eighth grade, with trustee Daniel Denier casting the sole dissenting vote.

Posted: October 10, 2018
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Army booth a big hit at Sunday’s Lodi Street Faire

Approximately 500 vendors gathered in Downtown Lodi on Sunday for the Lodi Street Faire, which Elisa Bubak, director of communications for the Lodi Chamber of Commerce, said was busy from noon until the end.

Posted: October 10, 2018
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Hundreds of law enforcement volunteers gather in Lodi for conference

Approximately 561 law enforcement volunteers from across California and even Nevada gathered at Hutchins Street Square in Lodi on Tuesday for the 19th Annual Law Enforcement Volunteers of California (LEVOC) Conference.

Posted: October 10, 2018
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Tuesday 10/09/2018
Lodi library event raises funds and some laughs

Although the Lodi Public Library Foundation on Monday was still making a final count of all the money raised through ticket sales, raffles and a silent auction from the 18th annual Evening at the Library fundraiser held Saturday night, the “Mark Twain’s Golden Bucket Challenge” alone raised approximately $11,500.

Posted: October 09, 2018
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Concerns about Lodi’s homeless problem discussed

For more than two and a half hours on Monday evening, Lodi residents heard updates from City of Lodi staff and others, then shared their concerns and questions about Lodi’s homeless residents.

Posted: October 09, 2018
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Saturday 10/06/2018
Lodi residents unhappy with vacation rentals

In the front yards of some homes on South Sunset Drive in Lodi are signs reading “neighborhoods are for neighbors, not vacation rentals,” which Sally Skelton said were made in response to problems she and her neighbors have experienced from Airbnb vacation rental homes such as the one next door to her house.

Posted: October 06, 2018
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150-mile run will honor fallen service members

It’s been almost a decade since Lori and Greg Coumas’ son, Spc. Kyle Coumas of Lockeford, was killed in action in Afghanistan.

Posted: October 06, 2018
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Empty Lodi building catches fire again

Some time between 2:30 p.m. and 3 p.m. Friday, the Lodi Fire Department received a report of a fire at an abandoned building at 20 N. Main St., Lodi.

Posted: October 06, 2018
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S.J. Supervisors to vote Tuesday on contract for autopsy services

The San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday will vote on a new agreement with Regional Pathology and Autopsy Services to provide autopsy and forensic pathology services for the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office.

Posted: October 06, 2018
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