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LODI — In an effort to better prepare for school violence or prevent bullying before it escalates, the Lodi Unified School District has partnered with a national nonprofit organization to introduce a new reporting system to students and parents in the coming weeks.

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A dead deer in the Lodi Lake nature area led to a flurry of speculation on social media last week. On Monday, a Lodi Parks and Recreation official posted on Facebook that the fawn was killed by another animal, possibly a loose dog, according to the statement.

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On Sept. 26, Lodi students were supposed to be treated to a morning outreach concert by M5 Mexican Brass, with the band performing for local music lovers that evening.

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 A treasure trove of items is being sold to support Project Cuddle-up, a program that supplies foster children and orphans with blankets and stuffed animals.

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LODI — A longtime Lodian with a history of service to civic, nonprofit and agricultural organizations will be honored by the county next month for his decades of commitment.

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LODI — A same-sex couple from Sacramento says they will not be having their wedding at an Acampo winery, even after the business apologized for discriminating against them.

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Leadership Lodi is a course dedicated to inspiring and motivating individuals from our community to attain higher levels of leadership. Formed through the Lodi District Chamber of Commerce in 1990, the hands-on workshops, interviews with local leaders, and nonprofit projects have made an imm…

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It is through the dedication of volunteers, like Harold Rohrbach, that Lodi’s fairgoers can enjoy the revelry of the annual Lodi Grape Festival year after year.

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With the Lodi Grape Festival comes a flurry of stories for the News-Sentinel staff: profiles of entertainers and exhibitors, information about rides and attractions, sneak peeks at wineries and breweries pouring their wares, and more.

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The Lodi Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services staff is seeking public input as they revive the playground space at Beckman Park.

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LODI — On the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, Lodi resident Jeanette Dillingham was on the phone with a friend in Sacramento whose daughter was living in New York.

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Boy Scout Troop 199 in Lodi held a flag-lowering ceremony this morning at All Veterans Plaza next to City Hall to remember and honor those who perished in the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks.

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A beloved summer tradition is falling into place through autumn, as the Lodi District Chamber of Commerce and Adventist Health Lodi Memorial team up to bring a healthy farmers market.

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 The Lodi Improvement Committee aims to establish a steering committee as they plan to create a community garden near the Heritage District.

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On Sunday morning, people crowded into the fellowship hall at the First United Methodist Church of Lodi, chatting happily as they waited to fill paper plates with hot dogs, hamburgers, potato salad and other delicacies.

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Lodi’s construction boom isn’t as robust or sprawling as some residents seem to think. Despite a surge in housing developments in recent years, the city has not had a year where it exceeded its 2% growth cap.

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The administration fees the City of Lodi charges for online sign-ups as well as ticket purchases made at the Hutchins Street Square box office were questioned during last Tuesday’s Lodi Parks and Recreation Commission meeting.

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STOCKTON — In an effort to ensure the highest level of security and transparency, the San Joaquin County Registrar of Voters plans to implement a new voting system that meets state standards.

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GALT — A member of Galt’s Measure R Oversight Committee said she should not be removed from her position over a photo she posted to her private social media page last week and subsequently removed.

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Every year, the Lodi Community Concert Association hosts a series of performances for the community to enjoy. Musicians from all over the United States, and even from other parts of the world, visit Hutchins Street Square to bring incredible music to Lodi fans.

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For Lodi’s Tracey Singh, the death of her mother earlier this year was a stark reminder of how fleeting life can be, and how a little compassion can provide comfort for people during their most vulnerable times.

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 The City of Lodi is hoping to turn the beat around at Hutchins Street Square as staff looks at ways to spice up its concert series with Grammy award-winning artists and mainstream entertainment.

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In recent weeks, animal lovers around the country have been horrified by reports of toxic algae blooms killing dogs in Ohio, North Carolina, Texas — and closer to home, at Auburn State Recreation Area.