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StocktonCon Summer

7/13/2024 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

StocktonCon Summer is back for its 12th year!! This year’s event is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday July 13-14, 2024 at the Stockton Arena. The show runs 11am-5pm both days. We can't wait to see you all there!

StocktonCon Summer
Entertainment

StocktonCon Summer

7/14/2024 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

StocktonCon Summer is back for its 12th year!! This year’s event is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday July 13-14, 2024 at the Stockton Arena. The show runs 11am-5pm both days. We can't wait to see you all there!

Fred Ewald Jantz
Obituaries

January 29, 1942 – May 25, 2024

Fred Ewald Jantz

Fred was born January 29, 1942 in East Prussia. His father died in the WWII battle of Stalingrad, and so in 1951 Fred, his older brother, Rudy, and mother, Lydia, immigrated to Los Angeles to live with an aunt. There Fred enrolled in school, learning English by immersion. Three years later, Lydia remarried, and they moved to Orange County. Fred graduated from Western High School in Anaheim in 1960, and then went on to Biola College in La Mirada, California to earn his BA Degree. During this time, Fred also served as part-time Youth Pastor at his home church, Magnolia Baptist in Anaheim, where he met Kathy. After Fred and Kathy were married in 1965, they moved to Sioux Falls, SD, where he completed an MDiv. Degree in Biblical Studies at the North American Baptist Seminary.

Full Mosquito Surveillance Trapping Started This Week
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90-Degree Temperatures Will Bring More Mosquitoes

Full Mosquito Surveillance Trapping Started This Week

San Joaquin County Mosquito and Vector Control District’s (District) mosquito-borne disease surveillance started a full trapping schedule this week. Starting this week, District personnel are placing sixty-five carbon dioxide-baited traps throughout San Joaquin County. Collected weekly, these strategic locations give the District a strong representative sample of the mosquito population, species activity, and mosquito-borne disease. With this data, when deemed necessary, the District increases mosquito control in any identified area, working to reduce the risk of mosquito-borne illness and protecting public health.

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Visionary Home Builder’s of California, Inc. Receives the Blueprint Award of Residential Development Excellence

Visionary Home Builders of California, Inc. (VHB), Stockton’s leading non-profit affordable housing developer, received the Residential Development Blueprint Award from the San Joaquin Valley Regional Planning Agencies and the Central California Chapter of the American Planning Association for their newest affordable housing community - Grand View Village– located at Miner and San Joaquin Streets in downtown Stockton, California.

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A Celebration of the Park Renovation Project - April 23

McKinley Park Groundbreaking Ceremony

A groundbreaking ceremony will be held at the oldest and largest park in South Stockton – McKinley Park – on Tuesday, April 23, 2024, at 3:00 p.m. All members of the community are encouraged to join the celebration, which will be held near the pool house at McKinley Park, located at 2332 S. El Dorado Street. All members of the community are welcome and encouraged to participate.

City of Stockton Downtown Waterfront Workboat
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Dedication Ceremony at Stockton Downtown Marina - April 24

City of Stockton Downtown Waterfront Workboat

The City of Stockton is addressing the accumulation of trash in our local waterways with a new workboat specifically designed to remove debris and certain invasive vegetation from the water. To tackle the problem, the City is launching the McLeod Lake Cleanup Program with the dedication of a new workboat to assist with cleanup in McLeod Lake and the downtown channels.

35th Annual Earth Day Festival’s focus is Choose Planet over Plastics
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35th Annual Earth Day Festival’s focus is Choose Planet over Plastics

Stockton and San Joaquin County will celebrate its 35th Earth Day Festival on Sunday, April 21,from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Victory Park behind Haggin Museum. “Choose Planet over Plastics” is the theme of this area’s premier environmental event and will focus on educating local residents in taking care of our environment by sharing best practices of “choosing our planet over plastics”. Over 70 vendors will participate, including some great healthy food fare, including vegetarian and vegan options. It is a fun day for kids and families, and admission is free.

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