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During its Tuesday-night meeting at the James Areida Education Support Center, the Lodi Unified School District Board of Education discussed updates to the proposal to... [Read More]
Dressed in yellow fire-retardant pants and jackets — lighter and easier to move in than their usual turnout work for urban structure fires — firefighters... [Read More]
Two recent incidents resulting in the deaths of two small dogs at Vinewood Dog Park has sparked a debate about whether or not there should... [Read More]
The Lodi City Summer Swim League kicked off on Friday with the Tritons and the Piranhas facing off at Tokay High for an evening of... [Read More]
Mitch Walding... [Read More]
Tags: Alumni - Update - June
Lodi, California, and northern San Joaquin County news... [Read More]
Galt Police Chief Tod Sockman was recently elected president of the Central Sierra Chiefs Association, a nonprofit organization that promotes cooperation between law enforcement agencies,... [Read More]
The Stockton Police Department promoted Deputy Chief Jim Chraska and Lt. Brad Burrell, both from Lodi, during a Monday-afternoon ceremony in Stockton. [Read More]
An initiative to split California into three separate states has made its way on to the November ballot, but some political experts believe the chances... [Read More]
The Lodi City Council is slated to consider an ordinance that would prohibit setting up a tent or opaque structure in a park during daylight... [Read More]
The Lodi 12U All-Star baseball team made quick work of the competition in the District 1 Tournament over the weekend, completing a sweep with a... [Read More]
If a pitcher in softball strikes out more than a dozen players, there's a good chance she's going to earn her team a victory. [Read More]
James McClain raised his arms in celebration. [Read More]
The Lodi City Council will weigh the possibility of placing a measure for a half-cent sales tax increase on the November ballot during its meeting... [Read More]
Editor's note: "A Look Back" shares historical tidbits from archived copies of the Lodi News-Sentinel. Several of the September, October and November 1993 editions were... [Read More]
When Counting Crows first began playing together more than 25 years ago, they didn't expect to be superstars. Few bands do, said Adam Duritz, the... [Read More]
Desta's story starts with a dream — to climb the mountains surrounding his village and touch the sky — and a coin passed down in... [Read More]
To accommodate those with special needs and usher in the summer vacation, Lodi Stadium 12 has kicked off its Sensory Sensitive film showings and Kids'... [Read More]
The most frequent comment I hear from people my age is a lament about how much "stuff" they have and their desire to be rid... [Read More]
Evidence of West Nile activity in mosquitoes has been found for the first time this year, according to San Joaquin County officials. [Read More]
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