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From CA to GU – Greenville University Papyrus

Written by Isiah Price. Media by Joseph Wood. Going for a shot. Source: Isiah Price. “For myself, I saw it differently than what other people may think of Stockton, California,” said Adam Warren, a Greenville University junior. “It may seem like a state of sunshine and paradise, but growing up …

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Mass Firings at Tesla Raise Labor Questions – Capital & Main

Tesla’s Fremont assembly plant. (Photo: Cindy Chew) Why would a corporation setting nearly impossible manufacturing goals suddenly fire hundreds of workers at its one and only automobile plant? Could it be because it wanted to exchange vocally pro-union workers with temps that are cheaper to employ and easier to control? …

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Couple assaulted and robbed at homeless camp in Sonora;

A–A+ A man and woman were robbed and assaulted Tuesday afternoon by several people in a homeless camp near Stockton Road and Highway 108, said Sgt. Chris Rodgers of the Sonora Police Department. About 4 p.m., the couple flagged down California Highway Patrol officers near the overpass that crosses Stockton …

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Stockton Symphony’s ‘Mark of Zorro’ performance Sunday is a ‘must see’ – Entertainment & Life – recordnet.com

Nicholas Filipas Record Staff Writer @nicholasfilipas Excitement, thrills, romance and adventure are what could best describe the dashing black-masked swashbuckler known as Zorro. He leaps over tables, engages villains in epic swordfights and always manages to saves the lovely damsel in distress.  In the silent-movie era, the character first …

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