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Text of Gov. Brown’s 2017 State of the State address

Thank you. Thank you for all that energy and enthusiasm. It is just what we need for the battle ahead. So keep it up and don’t ever falter. This is…

Stockton residents invited to give input on General Plan

Stockton residents invited to give input on General Plan

STOCKTON — Stockton residents are invited to learn about the city’s update to its General Plan at a public meeting Feb.1. The meeting is scheduled for 3-5 p.m., Wednesday, Feb.…

Amirfar named new Turlock police chief

Amirfar named new Turlock police chief

TURLOCK — Interim Police Chief Nino Amirfar has been selected as the Turlock’s new police chief, the city announced Monday. He will be sworn in Thursday, Jan. 26 at 11…

Tubbs sworn in as Stockton’s mayor with message of hope

Tubbs sworn in as Stockton’s mayor with message of hope

STOCKTON — Stockton’s new mayor, Michael Tubbs, sounded a theme of hope and shared responsibility as he called on people in the city to work together to solve the community’s…

Denham introduces ENLIST Act again

Denham introduces ENLIST Act again

WASHINGTON — Rep. Jeff Denham, R-Turlock, re-introduced his bill to allow undocumented immigrants brought to the United States by their parents to earn legal status through military service. “Immigrants have…

Barrera appointed to fill Judge Stephenson’s seat

Barrera appointed to fill Judge Stephenson’s seat

SACRAMENTO – Gov. Edmund G. Brown Jr. appointed Gus Correa Barrera II to a judgeship in the San Joaquin County Superior Court just before Christmas. Barrera, 47, of Stockton, has…

McHenry Mansion marriage marathon slated for Valentine’s Day

McHenry Mansion marriage marathon slated for Valentine’s Day

MODESTO — For the first time in 10 years, the county clerk recorder’s office is offering a “Marriage at the Mansion” event on Valentine’s Day at Modesto’s landmark McHenry Mansion.…

How the 2016 election could impact the workplace

How the 2016 election could impact the workplace

After what seemed to be a never-ending campaign season, the 2016 general election is over. Donald Trump will be the 45th president of the United States, and the recreational use…

Guard troops won’t have to repay bonuses

Guard troops won’t have to repay bonuses

WASHINGTON — California National Guard troops will not have to repay enlistment bonuses they received a decade ago when they signed up to serve in Iraq and Afghanistan. House and…

Residents to weigh in on new Victory Park art piece

Residents to weigh in on new Victory Park art piece

STOCKTON — Stockton residents can help plan the kind of public art that will go on display in Victory Park at a public meeting in December. The Stockton Arts Commission…