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State of the City: Mayor says Tracy ready to do business

State of the City: Mayor says Tracy ready to do business

Partnership to bring more business to San Joaquin County

Partnership to bring more business to San Joaquin County

Projects climb slightly this year with 2,500 new jobs on the way

Big firms asking for big government handouts

By Don Buck We are now in the very early stages of the Great Bailout. Not great in the sense of wonderful, but in the sense of enormous. At this…

Prop 2 raises worries for area egg farmers

With the passage of Proposition 2, the Standards for Confining Farm Animals initiative, the potential negative impacts on California’s egg industry are coming to light and it’s not good news…

The Bad Guys: Debt and Government

By Don Buck We are going to face years of boring analysis of the current credit crisis. Much of it will be completely wrong-headed. To the extent that you will…

The Bucket Shop Brigade

By Scott Beattie, JD, LLM In Part II of this series on the Big Bailout, I’m dubbing Hank Paulson, Ben Bernanke, the Treasury/Fed Complex, and the coming swarm of Federal…

New laws for a new year

New laws for a new year

Texting, calories and overtime: New laws for a new year

Political ads are radio bonanza

Political ads are radio bonanza

Political ads are radio bonanza

Political ads hit the radio airways in the crystal set days but those simpler times are long gone, replaced by convoluted regulations...

Lodi armor maker of MRAP protection did $12 million in March

ArmorStruxx, the Lodi armoring company, hosted a Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) military vehicle to show local residents and employees where their armor products are used. Two years ago the…