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Franklin making a comeback

The current Yellowjackets football team is all too aware of what transpired in 2007, when a recruiting scandal cost head coach Tom Verner his job and led to sanctions. Under head coach Scott Behnam, now in his first full season, Franklin’s players and coaches are looking to chart a brighter future for themselves and those […]

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Read my lips

  I was looking forward to shooting video of former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice’s speech at University of the Pacific last week. Then we got the warning: Shooting video would only be allowed for the first three minutes of the speech … and “absolutely no audio” would be permitted. No audio? I guess we […]

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Going live

We work to update the website constantly with new stories, videos, photos and interactive projects. It’s not uncommon for us to be working on more than one project at a time. The website demands it. But we are usually tied to our desk computers. We don’t have a fancy news microwave truck to transmit […]

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Halloween fun for the weekend

Halloween is my favorite holiday. I love it because it also signals the beginning of fall. I used to love getting dressed up for it as a child. Now I love handing out candy and seeing all the cool Halloween costumes the neighborhood children wear. My love for Halloween was one of the reasons we […]

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Stockton Bike Kitchen needs

I’ve had several calls between yesterday and today regarding the Stockton Bike Kitchen article I wrote. It sounds like people want to help out and maybe offer up some bicycles now sitting for possible use by the Kitchen and its patrons. In putting together the video, I asked volunteer manager Caleb Mize about what types […]

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By way of an introduction

I’m a newbie to The Record, having returned to California about a month ago after a few years in New York City. As a Calaveras native and Bret Harte grad, it’s great to be back in the area. One of my first few projects for was this interactive exploring 80 years of the McKee […]

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When llamas attack (Or is it kissing?)

I covered AgVenture at the San Joaquin County Fairgrounds on Wednesday. The annual event brings out third-grade students from all over Stockton. It’s a day of fun, facts and animals. Near the end of my trip to the fairgrounds (documented in video by Web Content Producer Katie Combs), I ended up over near the animals […]

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Video clips from UCONN @ Pacific

As I shot video of tonight’s UCONN vs. Pacific game at the Spanos Center for, I also captured short updates to send to our YouTube and Twitter pages. Here they are, compiled in one place. Note that the quality isn’t very good. The videos were shot on an Android camera in low playback quality […]

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Online Thanksgiving geekery

I’m a sucker for holidays. I’m not sure why, but when October rolls around I get really excited about family get togethers, days off and decorating. It’s also the time of the year I start searching for things to do online to burn time. (I’m not one to sit idle.) This past weekend, I turned […]

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Welcome to the big leagues, rookie

So this guy who’s spent most of his 11 years in journalism laying out pages, editing copy and writing headlines — with the occasional foray into writing stories — is now trying his hand at shooting and editing video. With lots of help from Recordnet’s indefatigable online editor. Might as well say it up front: […]

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