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CAPC seeking donations for B&N book fair

The Child Abuse Prevention Council is seeking donations to bring the gift of literacy to area preschoolers. The organization’s goal is to receive 800 books, one per each student enrolled in HeadStart preschools.

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Deputy DA retiring after more than 36 years

San Joaquin County Deputy District Attorney Stephen Taylor is retiring at the end of March after 36 years in public service.

STOCKTON—One could say that Stephen Taylor has a head made for numbers. When he was 12 years old, he was already running his own soda machine operation. By 16, he was doing the back-office accounting for his father, a doctor.

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Turlock celebrates ‘Go Green’ with environmental education

Turlock is getting ready to get green. The city’s Municipal Services Department is preparing for its annual Go Green Week program, which focuses on environmental education for the community.

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Oak Park Ice Arena selected for final five

After a few months of voting, Stockton’s Oak Park Ice Arena has been selected as one of the top five finalists in the Light Like the Pros contest.

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Wages grow slightly; tech, finance, healthcare see continued uptick

Annual median pay in the U.S. grew year over year from 2016 to 2017, but not as much as in previous years, according to Glassdoor, a website that tracks pay rate data.

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County fair seeking from community input

The San Joaquin County Fair needs help from the community. The fair’s Board of Directors is hosting a public meeting on Monday, Feb. 26, starting at 6:30 p.m. to discuss the challenges facing the annual event.

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It’s not easy being green, but it’s necessary!

As we continue into the new year, I’m saddened by the loss of one of our members of the Stockton community, Mike Donaghy.

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