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5 ideas for your Super Bowl menu

The Super Bowl is less than a week away. Here are some suggestions from the Recordnet archives to jumpstart your game day menu: 1. How to throw a Super Bowl party that feeds 10 people for about $50. We know it costs more than $50 to make all of these recipes today but we think [...]

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Quarantines called on citrus around Lodi, Manteca

The Record Having found two Asian Citrus Psyllids, the California Department of Food and Agriculture on Monday called quarantines around Lodi and Manteca, banning the movement of citrus leaves or clippings. The psyllid is known to transmit “huanglongbing,” a devastating disease of citrus trees transmitted to healthy trees from infected ones by the insect. The [...]

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Morning crime report for Oct. 28, 2014

Recordnet and its sister sites are down because of a network issue at a hosting site. We’re working to restore our websites as quickly as possible but until then, here are some of the stories from this morning’s crime report: Man stabbed in head with screwdriver during fight STOCKTON — A man told police he [...]

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Recordnet launches new commenting system

Yesterday,  launched a new commenting platform. Our goal is to enhance the experience by giving readers new ways to interact with each other, share opinions and engage with the news. Comments submitted through the old system will continue to appear under past articles (with the temporary exception of comments posted within the past two-to-three [...]

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An introduction

Hi, I’m Genette. I’ve been a copy editor at The Record since July 2004 and today I take over as Online Editor at This is an exciting time for recordnet. We’ve introduced four new community bloggers and have several more to come. If you’re interested in writing about a particular topic, email me at [...]

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Hitchhiking to an inauguration

As part of our coverage of the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination, Record reporter Joe Goldeen and I went to the University of the Pacific to interview professor emeritus Robert Benedetti. His memories of that awful day and its effect on the nation and his generation can be seen here. Benedetti also [...]

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Veterans rally

A group of more than 75 veterans and their supporters made the trek out from San Joaquin County and the Mother Lode to Oakland to rally in support of veterans. Record reporter Zach Johnson shot this video:

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Around town on Election Night

While ballots were being rounded up and counted, I swung by the gathering for Measure A and B supporters at Valley Brew and the Registrar of Voters Office in downtown Stockton. Here’s what some of the supporters had to say, as well as Austin Erdman, the county registrar of voters:

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Spot the pugs!

Zachary Johnson’s story today discusses the tiny pugs that have been Photoshopped into the covers of county budget books for years. See if you can spot them: Here’s the covers of three budget books (click on the images for a larger version).   I’ve got a pug of my own, so what a fun discovery! [...]

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Pros of Cons

On Sunday, I was one of thousands of people who turned out for Stockton-Con at University of the Pacific’s Spanos Center. I was there shooting video for our website. But, in truth, as a die-hard geek, I would’ve been there regardless. Just a few weeks earlier, I made the trek down to San Diego for [...]

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