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SJDC Student Art Exhibition, April 23

SJDC Student Art Exhibition, April 23

Delta Center for the Arts
LH Horton Jr Gallery presents
16th Annual Student Art Exhibition & Awards Competition
April 23 – May 15, 2015
Doors Open for the Reception & Awards Presentation April 23rd 5 – 7p.m.

Delta Center for the Arts LH Horton Jr Gallery presents the 16th Annual Student Exhibition & Art Awards Competition, April 23 – May 15, 2015. An opening reception and awards presentation will be held Thursday, April 23rd from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. (Note: doors won’t open until 5pm on April 23rd). All events are free and open to the public.

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2015 Lodi ZinFest – more fun than a barrel of floating winemakers!

2015 Lodi ZinFest – more fun than a barrel of floating winemakers!

Where does the time go?  Don’t look now, but the 2015 Lodi ZinFest Wine Festival is just 30 days away — happening this coming Saturday, May 16 (12-5 PM)!

Simply put, Lodi wine doesn’t get any funner than this yearly affair, taking place in the gorgeously lush “island” setting of Lodi Lake Park, amidst giant ancient weeping willows bowing beside blue refreshing waters of the Mokelumne River.  Also as in previous years, over 40 of Lodi’s finest artisanal wineries will be pouring over 200 different Lodi grown wines — and not just Zinfandel!... Read More

Stockton officer kicked by suspect before placed in custody


A Stockton officer was kicked Monday night by a suspect before the suspect was placed into custody according to the Stockton police log.

Dustin Fleming, 28, was arrested for domestic violence, battery of an officer and resisting arrest.

Officers arrived in the 300 block of N California Street near Fremont Square after they received a call for a domestic violence incident.

When they attempted to take Fleming into custody, he pulled away and kicked an officer before he was taken to the ground and placed in a Safe-Wrap.

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Just 27 percent of suspects in Stockton sweep still in jail


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STOCKTON - A News10 investigation appears to show just 27 percent of the people rounded up during a big U.S. Marshal sweep in Stockton and Lodi recently are still in jail.

The roundup was announced last week by the U.S. Marshal's Service and former Sacramento police chief Albert Najera.

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New app to aid medical marijuana users

New app to aid medical marijuana users

Patients in select cities, including Stockton, who have valid medical marijuana cards will be able to order their marijuana via a phone app. ... Read More

Can California force Uber to guard passenger privacy?

Can California force Uber to guard passenger privacy?

Some Uber employees tracked trips of prominent people through the company’s “God View tool.”... Read More

Visit Stockton! Tourism luncheon celebrates local travel upswing, honors accomplishments

Visit Stockton! Tourism luncheon celebrates local travel upswing, honors accomplishments

Visit Stockton! CEO Wes Rhea was all about good news yesterday at the Celebrate! luncheon recognizing the the accomplishments and contributions made to the tourism industry of Stockton. even the fortune cookies served at the Stockton Hilton, had good news tidbits. Rhea said Stockton is in an upswing with a "positive atmosphere". "In 2012, visitor spending was $670 million dollars," said Rhea adding that in 2014, hotel occupancy was up 2% from 2013. He gave the packed house food for thought when he stated that 1592 hotel rooms are occupied every night in the city of Stockton and the Visit Stockton! website now has more than one million page views.