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Valley getting $1.3 million in regional planning grants
The San Joaquin Valley received about $1.3 million in regional planning grants, including an effort to attract "clean energy" jobs to the area.
6 hrs ago
Los Angeles Countya s tuberculosis patients face court hearing if treatment is refused
The issue of tuberculosis as a public health threat sparked international interest after news broke last week of an arrest warrant filed against a homeless Stockton man who was infected, but who skipped out on his treatment.
10 hrs ago
California tuberculosis patient found, arrested
A California man who was charged after refusing treatment for his tuberculosis was found and arrested, a prosecutor said Tuesday.
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Lifestyle briefs -- published July 29, 2014
The Copper Art Club will have an open painting session with optional one-drawing-a-day warm-up from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday at Town Hall Arts, 145 Stone St., Copperopolis..
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Thumbs -- Published July 29, 2014
He is being honored for his actions as part of a multiagency gang task force. Working with partner Shawn Vargas, he avoided heavy gunfire to make arrests and diffuse a potentially deadly situation in Weston Ranch.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Tahoe Daily Tribune
Truckee's Squeeze In ready to franchise; opens Bay Area location
Squeeze In Presidents and Co-Owners Shila and Chad Morris, with Misty Young and Gary Young.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Voices of south Stockton
"At one time, I wanted to disenfranchise because of unfair treatment. It's the same thing today.
'On the cusp of great change'
Ralph Womack lives a long way from the city's south side, but he knows well its streets, its people, its problems.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
My Mother Lode
Fourth Year Of Drought Looming?
While Tuolumne County water officials are actively working to get through the current drought, there is growing concern about the potential of a fourth dry year.
George D. Ramalho
He was born to Antonio & Maria Ramalho who immigrated from the Azores to Roberts Island where they started a dairy.
Local food banks to benefit from donation
The California Association of Food Banks, whose members include Second Harvest Food Bank of San Joaquin and Stanislaus Counties and the Emergency Food Bank has recently received two major donations.
A higher level of care
On his way to pre-kindergarten, Marcelino Munoz, 4, first had to make a stop at a county pediatric clinic in Stockton, where he was wriggling in his seat next to his grandmother on a recent morning.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Fitch Releases Report on San Joaquin Delta Community College District, CA
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Thu Jul 24, 2014
The Fresno Bee
Arrest warrant issued for man with tuberculosis
Eduardo Rosas Cruz, a 25-year-old transient, went to the San Joaquin General Hospital's emergency room in March, complaining of a severe cough.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Call it the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, survey says
The controversy over how, exactly, we should refer to that enormous river estuary in Stockton's back yard continues, though.
Fitch Rates San Joaquin Delta CCD, CA's GOs at 'AA-'; Outlook Stable
The bonds are scheduled to price the week of July 28 via negotiated sale and will fund various capital projects.
S.J. moves toward mandatory water-conservation measures
San Joaquin County officials approved a new framework for mandatory conservation measures on outdoor water use as California continues to weather a third year of drought and state rules push for more enforcement to prevent wasting water.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Andal: Fitzgerald got it right
The column about Stockton Unified teachers working fewer hours than Lincoln Unfied teachers do - while getting more money, yet achieving poorer student test results - was published just before I flew off on vacation.
S.J. children left in dust of their peers, report finds
Too many children in San Joaquin County grow up challenged by family instability, poverty and the prospect of academic failure.