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Delta College's Superintendent/President, Dr. Kathy Hart Receives 2013 ATHENA Award

 Delta College's Superintendent/President, Dr. Kathy Hart Receives 2013 ATHENA Award

The Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce announced that Delta College Superintendent/President Dr. Kathy Hart, and Stockton attorney Monica Streeter, are this year's recipients of Stockton's 2013 ATHENA Awards.


Selected by a group of their peers and past ATHENA Award winners, the award recognizes women leaders who demonstrate "personal and professional excellence, in addition to a lasting commitment to community service." Since the ATHENA Awards inception in 1982, over 6,000 recipients have been honored worldwide. “I am so honored and delighted to be in the company of so many outstanding women,” said Dr. Hart. “These women have given their time, talent and treasure to make their communities better.”

Papapavolos's owner talks about healthy food and family

Papapavolos's owner talks about healthy food and family

Andy Pappas opened the first Papapavlos restaurant in 1989 using recipes he and his father developed based on their Greek heritage. Now he’s on a mission to spread the word about the benefits of eating a diet rich in vegetables, fruit and lean meat, first through his restaurant and the wholesale distribution of some of his signature dishes.

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Colangelo says crime, jobs and education are focus in run for Congress

You may know Steve Anthony Colangelo from his years on radio. Or you may know him as the owner of American Event Rentals and MetroExpositions. Now he wants to introduce you to Steve Anthony Colangelo, populist candidate for Congress.

Athena Award recipients announced for 2013

Athena Award recipients announced for 2013

Dr. Kathleen Hart, superintendent and president of San Joaquin Delta College, has been named the recipient of the 2013 ATHENA award by the Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce, the chamber announced Friday.

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Update: Missing at-risk Stockton man found

Update: Missing at-risk Stockton man found

Update: Thomas Smith has been located.

Stockton Police are looking for a missing Stockton man with dementia, reported missing by Villa Marche care facility.

Thomas Smith, 81, was last seen wearing a brown shirt and brown pants, possibly khaki colored. He is described as 5 feet 8 inches tall to 5 feet 10 inches tall, between 170-180 pounds with grey salt and pepper colored hair and brown eyes.

Police say Smith may be heading in the area of south Stockton.  If located, please contact the Stockton Police Department at 209-937-8323.

Modesto girl wrestles her way onto the USA World Team

Modesto girl wrestles her way onto the USA World Team

MODESTO, CA - A Modesto wrestler earned a spot on the USA National Wrestling Team. 

James C. Enochs High School freshman Sariyah Jones, 14, traveled to Lakeland, Fla., to compete in the Body Bar National Freestyle Championships. The Body Bar Nationals, held March 10-12, is a World Team qualifier for women. 

A first place finish earns the winner a spot on the World Team and a chance to represent the United States at the World Championships in Serbia. A second place finish is the alternate position and an opportunity to represent the United States at the PanAm games in Colombia.

Jones won her way onto the world team, having to best Makenzie Bacich, from Stockton's Bear Creek, in a best of three series in the finals. Jones won the first two matches quickly, putting aside any doubt as to who would represent the United States in the 43 kg (94.75 lbs) weight class. In fact, no one was able to score a point on her during the tournament.

San Joaquin Delta College...A Blast from the Past!

San Joaquin Delta College...A Blast from the Past!

In celebration of Delta College's 50th Anniversary, please take a look at our 50th Anniversary Magazine. Included are historical articles and photos commemorating Stockton College's separation from the Stockton Unified School District in 1963...San Joaquin Delta College was born...Remember when...

 

San Joaquin Delta College...A Blast from the Past!

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