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Delta College Students Published in The Arthur Miller Journal

Students honored for creative prequels and sequels to the master playwright's works!

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Who would write a prequel or sequel to one of preeminent American playwright Arthur Miller’s works? Who would presume to tackle the creative intricacies of Death of a Salesman, A View From the Bridge . . . or any of Mr. Miller’s classic works? Answer: Dr. Jane Dominik’s English 1B students, that’s who.

St. Joseph's Offers Health Care Scholarships

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St. Joseph's Medical Center and St. Joseph's Foundation of San Joaquin, are offering scholarships to students currently enrolled in a health care field.
These merit-based scholarships are funded by generous community donors, seeking to encourage, inspire, and support outstanding students. Since 2005, St. Joseph's has awarded over $225,000 in scholarships to 175 students. This year, over $25,000 in funding is available. 

Over 70,000 people could lose health care coverage in San Joaquin County including middle-income families.

What does San Joaquin County Stand to Lose under Affordable Care Act Repeal?

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Rarely has an action of the Congress and Senate had such impact on the health care of so many.  President Donald Trump ran on his commitment to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA) referred to by many as “Obama Care.”  He has offered what some call “Trump Care” in the form of his own American Health Care Act (AHCA).  Regardless of your political persuasion, you should be aware of what this means for us here at home.  The impact can be dramatic and touches us and our family and those around us.  Take time to learn and then act.  It’s up to all of us to be involved.

SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY JUDGE TO RECEIVE NATIONAL AWARD

Judge Richard A. Vlavianos, of the Superior Court of California, County of San Joaquin will be honored.

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Judge Richard A. Vlavianos, of the Superior Court of California, County of San Joaquin, will be honored by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) with the agency’s Public Service Award on March 27 at the 35th Annual Lifesavers National Conference on Highway Safety Priorities in Charlotte, N.C.

The First Tee of San Joaquin Announces Spring Tour

The First Tee of San Joaquin will begin its Spring Tour for boys and girls ages 5-17 on March 25th.

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The First Tee of San Joaquin will begin its Spring Tour for boys and girls ages 5-17 on March 25th. Children will learn sportsmanship, respect and other core values while learning the fundamentals of golf. The nine-week sessions are held every Saturday morning and equipment will be provided. The cost is $60 and includes a logo golf cap.

Stockton Fire Department Accepting Applications 2017 Safe and Sane Fireworks Sales

Fireworks classified as “Safe and Sane” by the State Fire Marshal are approved for sale and use in the city of Stockton.

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Fireworks classified as “Safe and Sane” by the State Fire Marshal are approved for sale and use in the city of Stockton. The sale of Safe and Sane Fireworks is limited to 30 qualifying nonprofit organizations that submit an application to the City of Stockton and are then selected to receive a permit for sale through a lottery process.  The application period for the Fireworks Sales Permit Lottery opens March 1, 2017, and ends March 30, 2017, at 4:30 p.m.

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