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Top Stories November 12th, 2015 by

From Technology to Baking: Nothing Bundt Cakes Bring Happiness to Stockton

  By Bryan Orozco It is little over a year now that Nothing Bundt Cakes opened at Lincoln Shopping Center with great success, and to think that owner Mike Robinson wasn’t looking for a franchise to own. I tried these cakes in 2014 at the request of a good friend and was immediately convinced this […]

Mandated Ethanol Fuel is Bad for California Consumers and Small Business

   By Andrew Ysiano Californians pay more at the pump than residents of any other state – a whopping $4.8 billion more than the rest of the nation. That means the average California driver forks over $201 more for g[...]

Prodigal Son: Marco Rubio’s complicated Cuban legacy

At first glance, Marco Rubio seems to be the boy wonder of 2016. On stage during the debates and at campaign appearances, he appears young, handsome, almost cherubic. But anyone who thinks that Rubio is naive, soft or in[...]

California Governor Signs Health for All Kids Bill

In May 2016, California will become the fifth state to allow undocumented children from low-income families to enroll in comprehensive health care. Gov. Brown signed legislation Friday that will allow 170,000 undocumente[...]

Health Disparities Continue for California’s Latinos and African Americans

Health disparities persist for California’s 9.8 million Latino adults, whose rates for obesity, fair or poor health, food insecurity and lack of insurance are higher than the state average, according to an updated race[...]


In an effort to better focus community development resources to address conditions of poverty within our community, the City of Lodi’s Neighborhood Services Division is beginning a process to establish a Neighborho[...]

Hispanic Chamber CEO Brenna Butler Garcia to Receive ATHENA Award

    Elegant and graceful as she navigates a room filled with business men, her very presence is an inspiration to young professional women who happened to cross her path. In recognition of her impact on future women b[...]

El Concilio 2015 Annual Gala Dinner Honorees

El Concilio is pleased to present the 2015 Annual Gala Dinner to be held on Friday, October 16th, starting at 6 pm at Hutchins Street Square, located at 125 S. Hutchins Street, Lodi, CA 95240 with live music and dancing.[...]

California Strawberry Commission Elects First Latina Chair of Board of Directors

   WATSONVILLE, CA – In what is believed to be a first for an agricultural commodity group in California, the California Strawberry Commission announced it has elected a Latina farmer to serve as chair of the com[...]

How Bad is California’s Drought? 

On the first day of October, water conservation figures for California were released by the State Water Resources Control Board. Impelled by severe drought conditions, residents have been seriously saving water in the la[...]