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Delta College Center for the Arts & L.H. Horton Gallery Presents:15th Annual Student Competition

Delta College Center for the Arts & L.H. Horton Gallery Presents:15th Annual Student Competition

Delta Center for the Arts LH Horton Jr Gallery presents the 15th Annual Student Exhibition & Art Awards Competition, April 24 - May 14, 2014. An opening reception and awards presentation will be held Thursday, April 24, from 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. All events are free and open to the public.

This exhibit features the artworks of Delta College students. The annual juried exhibition is open to students of all disciplines, campus wide. The visual arts faculty juries the exhibition, and issues awards based on technical proficiency, creativity, and the potential for growth within the visual arts. The Awards Competition provides an opportunity for Studio Arts Majors to receive recognition and prize awards. Students competing for an award submit a body of work and address their creative goals through a written statement.

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Murder suspect in standoff with deputies in Stockton


San Joaquin County sheriff''s deputies have arrested a murder suspect after a standoff that lasted more than 15 hours near Victory Park in Stockton.

Joseph DiBartolomeo was wanted for an October 2013 homicide at a marijuana grow house in Acampo. Three other people were arrested previously in connection with the murder.

Deputies went into the front of the home Picardy Drive at about 2:30 p.m. Friday and found DiBartolomeo in a crawlspace. He resisted arrest before being removed from the home.

Calif. water managers open the floodgates a little


SACRAMENTO - It's not a lot but it is something.

State water managers announced Friday they would increase water deliveries from State Water Project facilities to customers from 0 to 5 percent.

Additionally, rock barriers planned for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta to prevent the intrusion of saltwater will not be necessary at this time.

The California Department of Water Resources made the determination based on rain and snow amounts from February and March storms.

Water officials are asking Californians to remember that drought conditions persist and the need to conserve water remains.


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Interconnection: When the Arts Touch, Dance performance at Delta College - April 18 & 19, 8pm

Interconnection: When the Arts Touch, Dance performance at Delta College - April 18 & 19, 8pm

Don’t miss the stirring spring dance production, Interconnection: When the Arts Touch - April 18 & 19, 8pm, Atherton Auditorium.
Valerie Gnassounou-Byone directs & choreographs this exhilarating dance program. "Interconnection" is an exciting suite depicting how diverse areas of the arts, literature, visual arts, music, science & storytelling can be interwoven into an inspirational dance performance. Award winning guest artists James Wheatley, Kim Epifano & Antoine Hunter have collaborated & composed for this adventure.
Tickets: DCA Box Office: http://bit.ly/1b0M9we
209-954-5110

Annual San Joaquin USA Math Steeplechase Continues to Add Up

Annual San Joaquin USA Math Steeplechase Continues to Add Up

Record number of children to compete this year! More than 600 children from eight schools in San Joaquin, Sacramento and Stanislaus counties will converge at the Alex G. Spanos Center on the University of the Pacific Stockton campus on April 18 to do math. But they won’t be sitting at tables just answering problems. They will be using tools, twine, buttons and other items to demonstrate how to do math. The students are competing in the 10th annual Math Steeplechase, a competition where teams of fifth-graders have to solve complex math problems in a matter of minutes. The event will start at 8:30 a.m. Parents are invited to watch the event, but are asked to not distract the children or blurt out answers. The event draws participants from San Joaquin, Stanislaus and Sacramento counties. This year’s new schools include Foulks Ranch Elementary from Elk Grove and Reese Elementary School from Lodi.