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Community Fuels Awarded $4.1 Million Grant to Expand Capabilities and Increase Efficiencies

Community Fuels Awarded $4.1 Million Grant to Expand Capabilities and Increase Efficiencies

The California Energy Commission approved a grant award of $4,183,421 to Community Fuels to support the installation of new equipment which will increase efficiencies and expand the range of low carbon feedstocks that can be processed at its existing Port of Stockton advanced biorefinery. Completion of the project will contribute directly towards achieving key policy objectives set forth by the CEC including reducing emissions, and increasing production and use of renewable fuels within California.

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Combining the Best of East & West in the Art & Science of Healing
For All Your Septic Needs!

Do you want to be News10's Halloween "Breakfast in My Neighborhood" winner?

Do you want to be News10's Halloween "Breakfast in My Neighborhood" winner?

News10 is asking you -- Which breakfast restaurant in your neighborhood celebrates Halloween?  Does the staff dress up in costume?  And are there lots of Halloween decorations?  

If so, we want to know about it.

Email us  the name of that restaurant at writer@news10.net.

We'll pick two restaurants out of those submittals, and then you'll get a chance to decide where News10 Mornings Anchor Dan Elliott will be broadcasting live from 5-7 a.m. on Halloween - Friday, October 31.

Agro-Culture LIQUID Fertilizers expands San Joaquin USA operations

Agro-Culture LIQUID Fertilizers expands San Joaquin USA operations

Agro-Culture LIQUID Fertilizers built a 14,400 foot warehouse and distribution operation in East San Joaquin County's Fairchild Industrial Park in 2013. This year it added a 22,000 square feet allowing them to add manufacturing as well as large tanks for overseas shipping to Hawaii, Alaska, Mexico and South America. Agro-Culture LIQUID Fertilizers, a Michigan-based agricultural company, manufactures and markets in-house formulated and branded liquid fertilizer products that are marketed to cropping operations, both large and small, in over forty states, Canada as well as Mexico and Belize. Its entire line of high performance fertilizers and supplements are formulated to help growers achieve the best possible yields while employing sustainable agricultural practices. San Joaquin County is a hub of agricultural activity so was natural that Agro-Culture would choose to locate here.

TEC Equipment ‘Keeps On Trucking’ with Lathrop dealership expansion

TEC Equipment ‘Keeps On Trucking’ with Lathrop dealership expansion

TEC Equipment, Inc. has chosen Lathrop for the latest expansion of its full-service truck dealership.

This first-class Lathrop facility will be one of TEC’s 23 locations in Oregon, Washington, Nevada and California, serving a population base of more than 32 million people.

TEC Equipment's truck franchises include Volvo, Mack heavy-duty trucks, Hino and Isuzu medium-duty, and GMC light-duty commercial trucks.

Founded in 1976 by David A. Thompson, TEC is headquartered in Portland, Oregon and is the largest multi-point dealership group on the West Coast. This past June, TEC acquired the Wabash trailer franchises for all of Oregon, Washington and California.

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Combining the Best of East & West in the Art & Science of Healing
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Caltrans equips fleet with high-tech devices

Caltrans equips fleet with high-tech devices


SACRAMENTO (AP) - California's transportation agency is spending $2.5 million to update its fleet of vehicles with high-tech gear.

The Sacramento Bee reported Saturday that Caltrans is installing GPS tracking devices on its 7,500 sedans, snow plows, trucks and other vehicles. The devices will report where vehicles are traveling, how long they idle and their speed among other things.

The devices will also track which employee is driving.

In July, the California Highway Patrol found a stolen Caltrans vehicle and arrested a thief within an hour of it going missing because of a GPS tracking device.

The devices cost $2.5 million and Caltrans will spend another $1.5 million on a reporting system annually.


CA Competes Stockton Workshop

CA Competes Stockton Workshop

San Joaquin County WorkNet in partnership with the City of Stockton and Go-Biz hosted a workshop "How to Apply for CA Competes Tax Credits" Oct 8 at the WorkNet Center in Stockton. More than 40 people attended. The California Competes Program provides upwards of $151 million in tax credits during this fiscal year for businesses of all sizes that want to expand or relocate to California. Small, medium and large businesses were encouraged to attend the workshop and receive instruction on how to apply for this new tax credit program.

Modesto Women's Expo

Modesto Women's Expo

Gain a day in your life that is solely about YOU! 

This is it! In our community we have a full day all about us, women, our interests, our needs and yes, our luxuries as well.