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  • Long-Running Music Event Moves from Stockton to Sacramento

    Long-Running Music Event Moves from Stockton to Sacramento
    The "Moonlight Classic," touted as one of the longest continuously running drum and bugle corps events in the country is moving from Stockton to Sacramento. Previously held at the A.A. Stagg Memorial Stadium on Stockton’s University of the...
  • Q&A: Negotiation can be learned, expert says

    Q&A: Negotiation can be learned, expert says
    Being a good negotiator isn't a skill reserved just for corporate CEOs and United Nations diplomats. It's an everyday tool useful for all of us, whether we're asking for a raise, interviewing for a job, buying a car, deciding on family vacations, even...
  • Stockton's Green Solution

    Stockton's Green Solution
    Fixer-upper homes are pretty common in the valley; Stockton is no exception. Stockton resident Hayden Logan saw a window of opportunity in all those closed doors. “We’re at an all-time low for purchasing property,” Logan said. “...
  • Moonlight Classic Drum Corps Battle Moves to Sac State

    Moonlight Classic Drum Corps Battle Moves to Sac State
    It is lights-out at Hornet Stadium at Sacramento, so no Moonlight Classic for fans Sunday. However, practice performances were lively and offered a peek of this battle of drum and bugle corps. “It started way back in the Civil war with bugles...
  • Recent UOP Grad among Injured in Aurora Shooting

    Recent UOP Grad among Injured in Aurora Shooting
    A recent graduate of University of the Pacific is among those injured in Friday morning's Aurora, Colo. movie theater shooting. The Stockton school confirmed Friday afternoon that Petra Anderson graduated in May as a composition major in the school&...
  • Some Moviegoers Apprehensive about Returning to the Theater

    Some Moviegoers Apprehensive about Returning to the Theater
    It should be a summer treat - heading into a cool theater on a hot evening. But with lingering thoughts of the movie theater massacre in Colorado, coming to the theater is a little bit of a challenge for some ticket holders. Young Javier Cardoza of...
  • Benefit Concert Held for Aurora Shooting Victim

    Benefit Concert Held for Aurora Shooting Victim
    A benefit concert was held Thursday night at Stockton’s University of the Pacific for a victim of the Aurora, Colo. movie theater mass shooting, and recent graduate of the school. Petra Anderson was shot in the arm and head July 20 when a man...
  • Stockton Hosting Job Fair; Focus on Getting Veterans Hired

    Stockton Hosting Job Fair; Focus on Getting Veterans Hired
    Stockton will be hosting a job fair Tuesday, with a special focus on getting veterans employed.  Veterans will be admitted at 9:30 a.m. and non-veterans will be allowed in at 10 a.m. The fair ends at 3 p.m. There will also be a veterans employment...
  • Irwin Academic Center opens at UCI

    Irwin Academic Center opens at UCI
    Family and friends of Al Irwin lined in up in front of the 95-year-old man who sat in a furniture chair in a brand new academic center named after him Wednesday afternoon at UC Irvine. They wanted to congratulate the legend, who was a great coach at...
  • Star Track: Emily Wylam

    Star Track: Emily Wylam
    Emily Wylam, a Grafton High graduate, has spent three seasons as an assistant coach for the swimming and diving program at Case Western Reserve University, an academically prestigious school in Cleveland, Ohio. In 2011-12, she helped the Spartans' men...
  • California bill would make it illegal to sell mislabeled seafood

    California bill would make it illegal to sell mislabeled seafood
    There's something fishy about some of the seafood we eat in California, says state Sen. Alex Padilla, and he wants to change that. According to a recent report, shoppers and diners who thought they were buying lemon sole wound up eating blackback...