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San Joaquin, California is located in Fresno County. Zip codes in San Joaquin, CA include 93660. The median home price in San Joaquin is $85,000 which is roughly $97/per square foot. More San Joaquin information.

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Saturday Sep 13 | The Fresno Bee

Ask Me: First Huntington Blvd. home built in 1914

Question: I would like to know more about Huntington Boulevard. For instance, who was Huntington and which home is the oldest? Answer: Huntington Boulevard was named for Henry E. Huntington, one of the owners of the San Joaquin Light and Power Co.

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Saturday Sep 13 | My Mother Lode

In drought, "pop up" wetlands provide bird habitat

For the swirling flock of migrating shorebirds banking to a landing in California's Central Valley, a recently flooded rice field is providing a new kind of triage station during a drought that's drastically reducing places where they can rest on their long journeys. The new arrivals to the field -- hundreds of them -- are dowichers, says conservationist Greg Gulot, standing on a dirt berm and focusing his binoculars to identify a wading bird that is one of the first to fly south in an annual migration that brings 350 species to California's Sacramento and San Joaquin valleys.

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Saturday Sep 13 | KTXL-TV Sacramento

Change the List: My 417-mile trip down a Apocalypse Rivera

CNN's John Sutter spent three weeks trying to kayak down the "most endangered" river in America, California's San Joaquin. Halfway through my three-week, 417-mile journey down the "most endangered" river in America, the water began flowing backward and the mud started talking.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

KTXL-TV Sacramento

Change the List: My 417-mile trip down a Apocalypse Rivera

CNN's John Sutter spent three weeks trying to kayak down the "most endangered" river in America, California's San Joaquin. Halfway through my three-week, 417-mile journey down the "most endangered" river in America, the water began flowing backward and the mud started talking.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

KTXL-TV Sacramento

Police: Deputya s Gun Stolen from Unlocked Car

A gun belonging to an off-duty San Joaquin Sheriff's deputy was stolen from his unlocked car Wednesday morning, the Stockton Police Department said. The deputy's service weapon was inside a backpack in the car.

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RecordNET

Literacy report card shows mixed results

San Joaquin County third-graders lag behind their peers statewide in every ethnic and racial group, the San Joaquin Literacy Report Card found, with just 34 percent scoring at grade level or higher, compared with the state's 46 percent. By income and race, those disparities are more pronounced: San Joaquin County showed a truancy rate of 24.7 percent among K-12 students, down slightly from 28.5 percent in 2012.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

Patch.com

New Public K-12 Online School California Connections Academy @ North...

California Connections Academy @ North Bay kicked off its first school year today, providing a new public school option for students in the North Bay that offers a flexible, individualized approach to education. This innovative, tuition-free online school serves students in grades K-12 who reside in Colusa, Glenn, Lake, Mendocino, Napa, Sonoma and Yolo counties.

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KTXL-TV Sacramento

Police: Deputya s Gun Stolen from Unlocked Car

A gun belonging to an off-duty San Joaquin Sheriff's deputy was stolen from his unlocked car Wednesday morning, the Stockton Police Department said. The deputy's service weapon was inside a backpack in the car.

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Tue Sep 09, 2014

RecordNET

Speakers inspire with tales of courage

Jose “Joe” Garcia was careful in his appreciation of the agency that has enabled him to live life independently. His words were deliberate and direct.

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Fri Sep 05, 2014

KTXL-TV Sacramento

Stockton Sees Commercial Growth Spurt

Commercial business in Stockton is about to take off. One of the region's leading developers, The Buzz Oates Group, is finishing the first commercial warehouse building of its kind in the area since 2008, and they've got several more planned in the next couple of years.

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RecordNET

REACHing everyone is goal of Stockton activist

Changing the health culture of an entire community the size and diversity of Stockton undoubtedly will take time - a whole generation, Bobby Bivens says. On Wednesday, Bivens, longtime president of Stockton's NAACP civil rights organization, signed a community-driven policy formalizing his group's approach to improving health through such steps as serving more nutritious food at gatherings, making water the drink of choice instead of sugar-sweetened beverages, and promoting breastfeeding for newborns and infants.

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KTXL-TV Sacramento

Stockton Sees Commercial Growth Spurt

Commercial business in Stockton is about to take off. One of the region's leading developers, The Buzz Oates Group, is finishing the first commercial warehouse building of its kind in the area since 2008, and they've got several more planned in the next couple of years.

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RecordNET

REACHing everyone is goal of Stockton activist

Changing the health culture of an entire community the size and diversity of Stockton undoubtedly will take time - a whole generation, Bobby Bivens says. On Wednesday, Bivens, longtime president of Stockton's NAACP civil rights organization, signed a community-driven policy formalizing his group's approach to improving health through such steps as serving more nutritious food at gatherings, making water the drink of choice instead of sugar-sweetened beverages, and promoting breastfeeding for newborns and infants.

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Thu Sep 04, 2014

KTXL-TV Sacramento

Stockton Sees Commercial Growth Spurt

Commercial business in Stockton is about to take off. One of the region's leading developers, The Buzz Oates Group, is finishing the first commercial warehouse building of its kind in the area since 2008, and they've got several more planned in the next couple of years.

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RecordNET

REACHing everyone is goal of Stockton activist

On Wednesday, Bivens, longtime president of Stockton's NAACP civil rights organization, signed a community-driven policy formalizing his group's approach to improving health through such steps as serving more nutritious food at gatherings, making water the drink of choice instead of sugar-sweetened beverages, and promoting breastfeeding for newborns and infants. One simple change the community soon could see is the addition of a 10-minute exercise break after every hour of a public meeting.

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Mon Sep 01, 2014

Redlands Daily Facts

California drought: Livermore winemakers see lighter crop yields, smaller fruit

LIVERMORE >> With an early harvest just around the corner, Wente Vineyards' Kevin Zollinger is optimistic one of the state's worst droughts in recorded history won't leave the winemaker's precious grapes high and dry.

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Sat Aug 30, 2014

Examiner.com

BLM embraces controversial fracking report to support its oil and gas strategy

In a move that did not satisfy critics, the California office of the Bureau of Land Management announced Thursday a new plan forward for the development of oil and gas in California.

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Thu Aug 28, 2014

RecordNET

Lifestyle briefs -- Published Aug. 29, 2014

Registrations are being accepted for The First Tee of San Joaquin's fall tour. Children 7 to 17 years old will be taught sportsmanship, respect and other core values while learning the game of golf.

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Inside Bay Area

California drought: Livermore winemakers see lighter crop yields, smaller fruit

With an early harvest just around the corner, Wente Vineyards' Kevin Zollinger is optimistic one of the state's worst droughts in recorded history won't leave the winemaker's precious grapes high and dry.

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Tue Aug 26, 2014

The Fresno Bee

Fishing Report: Week of Aug. 27

Roosevelt High School Bass Fishing Club President Corrie Williams, left, and Bryce Her, right, show off the bass they caught at the April Extravaganza fishing tournament at Eastman Lake on April 14, 2013.

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