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RTD to Honor Veterans and Service Members with Free Rides

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Beginning on Friday, November 10, 2017, San Joaquin Regional Transit District (RTD) will offer free rides on buses to U.S. veterans and active duty service members who possess a valid military-issued I.D.  Qualified service members may ride RTD for free anytime during a one-week period—from Friday, November 10 to Thursday, November 16, 2017.  

Salazar Celebrated for Breaking through the Bamboo Ceiling

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San Joaquin Regional Transit District’s (RTD) Deputy CEO, Gloria Salazar, was honored as a woman who is “breaking through the bamboo ceiling” at the third annual women’s leadership event hosted by the Central Valley Asian-American Chamber of Commerce (CVACC).  Salazar, who oversees multiple departments at RTD, was selected by the CVACC Board and nominating committee because of her professional success and role as a leader in the community.

Staying Healthy During Smoky Conditions

Take Precautions to Protect Your Health from Wildfire Smoke

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Smoke from wildfires is a complex mixture of gases and fine particles from burning trees and other plant materials. By fine, the scientists mean particles a fraction of the width of a human hair, so small you likely cannot see them. These particles can cause burning eyes, runny nose, coughing, scratchy throat, irritated sinuses and headaches.

Ted Leland Announces Retirement as Director of Athletics

A letter to the Pacific Community from Ted Leland, Director of Athletics

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Dear Friends: "Make the Dreams of Others Come True." That's how I've often described my job and what a privilege it has been. As I announce my retirement, effective October, 23, 2017, I'm overwhelmed with gratitude. I'm grateful to my wife and family who allowed me to focus my professional life on college sports—the "toy store" of life. 

Four Female San Joaquin County Public Defender Investigators File Claims for Sexual Harassment and Discrimination After Being Forced Out of Their Jobs

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Today, Elinor Banks, Candace Gonzales, Edith Villapudua and Guadalupe Zapien-Aguilera filed formal Claims for Damage or Injury against San Joaquin County after suffering sexual discrimination, harassment and retaliation at the hands of their supervisor, Christopher Bruno, and his male cohorts for nearly two years.

Commonwealth Fund Report Deems Stockton AS One Of The Nation's Most Improved Regions

Despite Struggles, Stockton's Health Is On The Mend

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Just published, the Commonwealth Fund has developed an extensive profile that describes how Stockton has forged partnerships and leveraged resources to meet residents’ considerable health and health care needs. The report, Health Care Improvement in Stockton, California: Collaboration, Capacity-Building, and Medicaid Expansion, claims the Stockton region “is one of the nation’s most improved on the Commonwealth Fund’s recent Scorecard on Local Health System Performance.”  Stockton’s progress is noteworthy, not only because of its socioeconomic challenges, but also in light of its significant health challenges relative to other parts of the state. 

San Joaquin County Public Health Services Reports First Human West Nile Virus Illness of 2017

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San Joaquin County Public Health Officer, Dr. Alvaro Garza, confirmed that a 70 year old male living in Manteca is the first human with West Nile Virus (WNV) infection in San Joaquin County this year.  So far this year, at least four other counties have reported four other cases of WNV in humans.  

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