Lodi News-Sentinel

Delta to hold first in-person graduation in 3 years

STOCKTON — Nearly 1,000 Delta College students will receive their degrees on stage this Thursday, as the school holds its first in-person graduation commencement at the Stockton Arena in three years. A total of 2,595 students have applied for graduation thids year, but the school is only expecting 900...

Lodi’s Mitchell Martinez to publish first comic in June

Like many 15-year-old boys, Mitchell Martinez was obsessed with superheroes and comic books growing up. His love of Batman, Spider-Man, the Justice League and Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, among other titles, let his imagination soar and would eventually inspire him to create his own superheroes, although he didn’t think they’d ever be put to page.
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High schools: Lodi Golf’s season ends, but one player remains

After Monday’s Sac-Joaquin Section Masters Golf Tournament, the Lodi High boys golf team is down to one golfer. The Flames placed fifth as a team with a score of 398, led by Jake Aberle’s 72 on the par-71 Elkhorn Golf Course in Stockton. The SJS sends its top three teams to the NorCal Championships, and Davis St (369), Granite Bay (378) and Jesuit (382) took those spots. Rocklin shot 385 for fourth place.

Local art students put rich diversity on display

On May 7, the Double Dip Gallery on Pine Street was hopping — art hopping, that is. Works created by students representing all four Lodi Unified School District high schools were displayed on the gallery walls and judged by Tony Segale for the Breakthrough Project of Social Justice David Hill Art Scholarships.