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Sacramento Kings Foundation Accepting Nominations for First Pete Saco Awards

Sacramento Kings Foundation Accepting Nominations for First Pete Saco Awards
Sacramento Kings Foundation Accepting Nominations for First Pete Saco AwardsAwards to Honor Local Team, Coach and Student-Athlete... Read More

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Tracy’s Amazon fulfillment center to hire 100 more workers

Tracy’s Amazon fulfillment center to hire 100 more workers

TRACY — Amazon announced today it is adding 100 new full-time positions at its fulfillment center in Tracy in order to meet increasing customer demand.

“Amazon has been a great neighbor here in Tracy since the day they opened the doors,” said Tracy Mayor Michael Maciel. “In addition to their ongoing community involvement, the company’s continued growth directly benefits the city and surrounding areas. We are very glad to have them here.”... Read More

Stockton PD sergeant ready for move to congress


STOCKTON - Though she said the official announcement of her candidacy won't come until later this month, it's clear Stockton police Sgt. Kathryn Nance is running for Congress.

Nance, a Republican, hopes to unseat 5-time Rep. Jerry McNerney, claiming the incumbent has under served Stockton and San Joaquin County during his time in Congress.

"If I thought everything was great, and the representative was doing everything he could, why would I change that?" Nance said. "I think there's a lack of involvement and you see it in several areas. You see it with water issues, you see it with crime rates, and you see it with economics."

Nance is married to a cop and the mother of four. She's also the head of the Stockton Police Union. Nance said working for the union elevated her interest in politics.

In Celebration of Women's History Month

In Celebration of Women's History Month

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Grieving Stockton family thanks man who helped catch suspect


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A Stockton family whose father was hit by a suspected drunk driver on Wednesday is thanking the man who helped stop the fleeing suspect.

Sol Eichner, 29, of Stockton, led the California Highway Patrol and police office on a nearly 40-mile chase before he was arrested on suspicion of vehicular manslaughter, evading a peace officer, reckless driving and driving with a suspended license, according to Stockton police spokesman Officer Joe Silva.

Eichner had managed to evade officers when he slammed into a car driven by 59-year-old Ricardo Estrada, who later died of his injuries.

- Ricardo Guillen Estrada


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A three-car collision in Stockton Wednesday afternoon left one person dead and another person in custody, according to California Highway Patrol.

The crash was at Union and Market streets after CHP called off a car chase on a suspected impaired driver.

A driver inside a gold sedan spotted in San Andreas was suspected of being impaired, according to the CHP. CHP in Calaveras County tried to stop it, but the driver drove away and the CHP pursued it.

Original & largest Celtic Faire returns to Sonora!

Original & largest Celtic Faire returns to Sonora!

Celebrating the cultures of Ireland, Scotland, Cornwall, Wales, and all Celtic Nations with the 29th Annual Sonora Celtic Faire located at the Mother Lode Fairgrounds.

Sonora- America's original Celtic Faire, featured on National Geographic Television, returns to the Mother Lode Fairgrounds on March 6-8th, 2015. The 29th Annual Sonora Celtic Faire will expand to three days of never ending Celtic entertainment. The largest gathering of Celtic musicians will be one of the highlights at this year's event, from high-energy Celtic rock bands to the most traditional of groups. With 20 musical groups, performing on five stages, the faire offers something to every age and ear!

For more information, go to WWW.SonoraCelticFaire.com

Source: Jenn Jordan, Sonora Celtic Faire