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Give And Take

Give And Take

Something Borrowed intrigued me once again. Style Swap was its latest venture.  Everyone who participated, including myself, dropped off a bag of at least 5 clothing/accessory items that were clean and in good condition prior to the event. 

The Style Swap took place at Huddle, 235 N. San Joaquin Street, on Saturday from 6 pm – 9 pm with attendees (about 50) paying $10 at the door to get a bag to fill with fashion.  There was free wine tasting and low priced snacks, free consultations from Lux salon (on the Miracle Mile) about new hairstyles and common hair care needs, even giving some guests bangs. Members of the Delta College fashion club were available to make alterations and though there were no takers they were able to spread the word about the fashion program.

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SUEÑOS Scholarship for Delta College Latino Students

SUEÑOS Scholarship for Delta College Latino Students

Entravision Communications Corporation, a diversified media company serving Latino audiences and communities, and Stockton's Big Valley Ford Lincoln, today announced the launch of the SUEÑOS Scholarship Fund for Latino students attending San Joaquin Delta College in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month 2014. Big Valley Ford Lincoln will be awarding Latino students throughout San Joaquin County over $6,000 in scholarships towards higher education opportunities throughout the year on Entravision’s Party Cartel show.

Three racehorses put down over the weekend in Stockton


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STOCKTON - In California, there might be one horse death relating to racing each season relating to racing. In Stockton this past weekend, there were three.

"It's never been my experience that that's occurred. We've gone months, months that one broke down somewhere," horse trainer Abel Borg said.

Once on Saturday and twice on Sunday at the San Joaquin County Fairgrounds in south Stockton, horses were put down after suffering serious leg injuries during races.

October 3rd is "Make It!" Day

October 3rd is "Make It!" Day

How often do you hear someone say "Everything is manufactured overseas"? Participating in National Manufacturing Day helps to dispel this manufacturing misnomer and improve public perception of manufacturing in the US and San Joaquin USA. ATTENTION! Manufacturers - hosting a tour of your facility allows you to highlight the great products that you are producing right here in San Joaquin County. It creates awareness for your company within both the local and national business community as well as the local community at large.

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Delta College Fashion Club NEARLY NEW SALE! Friday, Oct. 10 - Danner Hall

Delta College Fashion Club NEARLY NEW SALE! Friday, Oct. 10 - Danner Hall

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 For More Information Contact:
Leslie Asfour
Fashion Program Director
(209) 954-5573
lasfour@deltacollege.edu

Man found shot to death at Stockton motel


Homicide detectives are trying to gather more information on a fatal shooting at a Stockton motel.

Police officers were called to the Econo Lodge on the 2600 block of March Lane at 1:07 a.m. Saturday. Upon arrival, they found the man shot. Medics responded and pronounced the man dead at the scene.

Responding homicide detectives determined there was a disturbance prior to the shooting. The suspects were described as two men of unknown race.

Anyone with information was encouraged to call the Police Department at (209) 937-8377 or Crime Stoppers at (209) 946-0600. Remember you can remain anonymous. Crime Stoppers pays cash rewards up to $10,000.


2 men sought in plaque theft from Stockton church


STOCKTON - Stockton police are looking for a man caught on camera stealing plaques from a Stockton church early Friday morning.

It happened at the Church of Presentation on Leesburg Place in Stockton around 4 a.m., Wednesday, Sept. 17.

Security video from the church shows a man entering the church and using a tool to take the plaques off the wall.

He then places the plaques inside his sweater. A second man appears to be a lookout while the other took the plaques.

The plaques are about six to eight inches, oval shaped and made out of bronze.

Both men fled heading east from the church on bikes.

The first man appeared to be white, between 20-30 years old, wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and jeans. He appeared to be average height with a beard.

The second man, the alleged look-out, is also white and around the same age.