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    Jill Yoshikawa of Creative Marbles Consultancy on being an educational consultant as colleges go remote Jill Yoshikawa and her business partner Art Baird were high school teachers before they quit their positions, took their love of helping students and founded Creative Marbles Consultancy in 2003.  Creative Marbles currently provides educational consultancy services to 120 students […]

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  • Blood Banks Trying To Assure Donors It’s Safe To Give, Despite Coronavirus Fears

    Nationwide, precautions are being taken against the spread of COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, but blood banks throughout the nation are urging healthy individuals to donate blood to make sure supplies don’t get too low.  Dr. Ralph Vassallo, chief medical and scientific officer at Vitalant, said since the outbreak of COVID-19 the blood […]

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  • Results Still Coming In For San Joaquin County Mayoral, City Council Races

    By: Rich Ibarra, Danielle McKinney  While not all votes have been counted, Stockton Mayor Michael Tubbs is leading in his effort to serve another term. The initial election results show the incumbent with a 20 point  lead over his closest rival, Kevin Lincoln.  Since none of the  eight candidates won over 50% of the votes, […]

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  • Five Takeaways From Gavin Newsom’s 2020 State Of The State Address

    By: Sammy Caiola, Emily Zentner, Danielle McKinney Gov. Gavin Newsom made the unusual decision Wednesday to devote his entire annual State of the State address to California’s homelessness crisis, which has been an issue for decades. Newsom said that those experiencing homelessness in California represent “a casualty of institutional failures” and have fallen through holes […]

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  • Sacramento To Host City’s First Ironman Triathlon

    Athletes looking to challenge their endurance will have the opportunity to take part in the first Ironman competition to be hosted in Sacramento next year. The race will be held Oct. 24, 2021, with general registration opening July 2020. The Ironman races have made a handful of appearances throughout California but Mike Testa, president and […]

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  • LGBTQ Community Praises California Gov. Newsom’s Pardon Of Civil Rights Leader Bayard Rustin

    Gov. Gavin Newsom posthumously pardoned humanitarian and civil rights leader Bayard Rustin on Wednesday, inviting widespread praise from the LGBTQ community.   Rustin, who died in 1987, was “a visionary champion for peace, equality, and economic justice,” according to the pardon certificate. He was arrested and convicted in 1953 for having consensual sex with two men in a parked […]

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