New Delta College Trustees take Oath of Office

Trustees Catherine Mathis, M.D., and Student Richard Vasquez

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With friends and family present, new San Joaquin Delta College trustees Catherine Mathis, M.D., and student Richard Vasquez, were sworn in at Delta’s Tuesday, December 9 board meeting. In addition, trustee Janet Rivera, who ran unopposed in Area 3, North Stockton, renewed her oath of office. San Joaquin County Superior Court Judge, José L. Alva, administered the oaths.

Constant Scores but Thunder Lose 3-1

Ryan Constant scored his first goal of the season on the power-play but a two-goal second period led the Aces to the 3-1 win and the three-in-three sweep of the Thunder.

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The Stockton Thunder lose their seventh-straight road contest as the Alaska Aces defeat the Thunder 3-1 Sunday night in Anchorage. Despite a 34 save performance from Shane Owen and a power-play goal from Ryan Constant, the Thunder could not generate enough offense to overtake the home team. 

Oak Grove to get 2,500 lbs. of Trout this week

30th Annual Trout Bout set for this Saturday, November 15

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Approximately 2,500 lbs. of Rainbow Trout will be planted this week in preparation for the 30th Annual Trout Bout on Saturday, Nov. 15, 2014 at Oak Grove Regional Park in Stockton. The event, sponsored by Duraflame, will feature 1,800 lbs. of one to two-lb. Trout and 700 lbs. of trophysize fish. Oak Grove Lake will be closed on Friday, Nov. 14.

Eat Good, Feel Good - Tips for Healthier Holidays

By: Jessica Wilson

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One of my favorite things about the holidays is the amazing food. Every year when the Fall season approaches and the weather starts to get cooler, I look forward to the delicious holiday meals. For me, it’s Thanksgiving and Christmas; for you, it could be those and/or other holidays. Not only is there a lot of food, but there is also usually a lot of sweets, and not just on these holidays, but also from Halloween, and the occasional hot chocolate or homemade pie which tend to be consumed around the holidays.

Operation Fog

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During the winter months, San Joaquin, Stanislaus and Merced Counties are plagued by extremely dense fog which poses a severe hazard to drivers. Typically the fog season begins during the month of November and continues through February.  Despite this predictable seasonal occurrence, multi-vehicle accidents are commonplace due to the combination of fog, excessive speeds and traffic congestion.

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