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Local artist strives to make living with music

Collin Jacka is a musician from Lodi who writes and records his own music. He plays a variety of instruments, ranging from the guitar,...

Delta Pride to fundraise for cigarette receptacle

Smoking was banned on the San Joaquin Delta College campus in 2014. With the smoking ban in place, smokers have to go off campus...

Solo musician strives to make living playing music

Cole Hinkle 18, is a solo musician from Lodi. He works full time for a pool company and plays music in his off time....

Brown signs free community college bill

Gov. Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 19, which allows California community college students to attend the first year of college for free. The news is...

Brown signs free community college bill

Gov. Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 19, which allows California community college students to attend the first year of college for free. The news is...

Cover band recreates a classic experience

The Grateful Dead was one of the most influential San Francisco bands in the 1960s. It attracted a large and loyal fan base, often...

Stockton citizen assist Hurricane Harvey survivors

Hurricane Harvey made landfall in Texas on Aug. 25, causing record breaking floods and leaving many without homes. James Godfrey, a 37-year old Stocktonian...

Clubs seek out new members during rush event

Sept. 19 marked the beginning of the bi-annual three-day Club Rush. Many new clubs and old clubs made an appearance along with multiple community organizations,...

Stockton’s first ‘Park(ing) Day’ makes it downtown

A nationwide event known as Park(ing) Day was held for the first time in downtown Stockton on Friday, Sep.14. On Park(ing) Day, participants occupy a...

Delta student takes stage in SCT production of ‘Addams Family’

The Stockton Civic Theatre is currently staging “The Addams Family,” a dark-humored musical comedy that taps into all emotions. “The play is about these two...

Students awarded more than $200,000 in scholarships

Delta College students were awarded more than $200,000 in scholarships at an Aug. 16, 2017 award ceremony in Atherton Auditorium.

Bringing historical building back to life

The Henery on 121 S. Sutter St. in downtown Stockton is one of many abandoned buildings in the city that was around during the...

Cartoonist goes against current

Delta College hosted a presentation by political cartoonist, producer, radio talk show host and writer Lalo Alcaraz on April 19 in the Tillie Lewis Theatre.

Protests escalate after Stockton City Council meeting

Tensions have been high in the Stockton City Council chamber since Feb. 21, when a group of protestors identified with Stockton chapter of Black Lives Matter were removed from leave City Hall for causing a scene by police in riot gear.

WorkNet to employ youths despite funds

Established in 1983, The Employment & Economic Development has played a key role in providing the economically disadvantaged and at-risk youth with a job...

Caltrans allegedly mistreats homeless

A line of tents runs along the slough, directly under the Interstate 5 freeway. It doesn’t always stay along Weber Avenue, though. Sometimes the individuals...

Manson Family has history in Stockton

When most people think of the Manson Family, they think of the gruesome murders that took place in the home of director Roman Polanski...

The Fight For Stockton

Delta College’s Multimedia, History and Political Science departments were co-sponsors in a series of campus candidate forums Oct. 13-14. The event, also sponsored by the...

Delta College forums hosts congressional and supervisor candidates

On Oct. 13 both Moses Zapien and Tom Patti introduce themselves and told the audience why they’ve chosen to run for the position of...