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Clery Act Report numbers show crime low on Delta College campus

There’s a sense among students San Joaquin Delta College’s campus is unsafe. “On campus, classroom doors are never locked. There’s not enough security at night,...

Transportation made possible

Nancy Valencia, a mother of three, finds no excuse when it comes to her children’s education.In rain or shine, Valencia walked her children to...

Spacebar, Stockton’s first gaming lounge

Stockton is continuing to adapt and expand in the entertainment field. On March 15, a gaming lounge, the Spacebar opened on 4343 Pacific Avenue, located...

Office of Violence Prevention sets impact plan into motion

On April 27, the Office of Violence Prevention (OVP) set into motion a long-time plan to impact hard struck communities throughout Stockton. The plan takes...

Blue wave might not happen in 2018 mid-term elections

With upcoming midterm elections in 2018, the Democratic Party hopes to reacquire the seats it lost in 2016 and turn the tables on the...

Trump attacks Syria, again

On March 13, President Donald J. Trump ordered a single-night strike on research, storage and strategic assets of the Syrian Government in order to...

Delta peaks into the eyes of freedom

Delta College played host to the Eyes of Freedom traveling memorial dedicated to the members of Lima Company who died in Operation Iraqi Freedom...

Enter the Dragon Den

Hidden away behind the Marshall’s at Lakeside Plaza, on March Lane, resides a recent addition to Stockton’s slowly-growing entertainment scene. The Dragon’s Den is a...

Crazy sweet treats at House of Ice cream

House of Ice Cream in downtown Stockton is more than a place to cool off away from the tri-valley heat. Husband and wife owners Roderick...

Delta’s athletic trainers assist injured athletes

The Delta College Athletic Trainers Facility treats injured student-athletes for all seventeen plus sports including teams from other visiting schools. Two of the athletic trainers...

Starbucks takes action to train after discrimination incident

On April 17, two black men were arrested at a Starbucks in Philadelphia. The two were waiting for a friend and asked to use the...

Courage becoming a dying value in today’s society

As the human race evolved, human civilization as a whole, advanced creating empires, doctrines, technology and all the wonders and privileges we enjoy today. We...

Feds need to wise up to new U.S. cash crop

California struck gold when cannabis businesses opened to the public. In the world’s sixth largest economy, it’s no surprise the recreational marijuana industry is flourishing. Even...

Lathrop expands for Bay Area emigrates

Earlier this year, the city of Lathrop resumed expansion of its Central Lathrop master planned community. City Manager Steven Salvatore oversees planning and development throughout...

Industry expert hosts two-day audio production workshop

Did you know that the average person's hearing range is 20 hertz to 20,000 hertz? It’s a fact learned by students who attended last week's...

Amazon to start delivering packages to cars

Last year, Amazon started dropping of packages inside of home with Amazon Key. Now, Amazon can deliver packages to your car with Amazon Key In-Car. Available...

Yesterday Again Film Festival coming to Delta in mid May

The Yesterday Again Film Festival (YAFF) is a way to show off the talents of young aspiring artists. Going onto its fifth year, this film...

Cosmic bowling leaves people starry-eyed

People are starting to enjoy nighttime activities like cosmic bowling in Stockton now that the warmer seasons are beginning.  Bowling is a fun activity for most, but people are...
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