Monday Feb 24
Organizers focus on kids for first-ever county AgFest
Summer will begin with San Joaquin County agriculture - particularly its future generations - taking center stage at an event replacing the temporarily defunct county fair.
Joan G. Griffin
Marion Love and Kathryn French Love. She was raised in Merced where she loved to assist her veterinarian grandfather on his rounds, When in high school, she met and fell in love with Michael Jerome Griffin, a tall, lean cowboy.
Alvin Virgil Lagorio
He attended Linden grammar school and graduated from Linden High School in 1949.
Lawsuit for family of victim can move forward
The family of a slain 16-year-old girl - a suspected victim of serial killers Wesley Shermantine and Loren Herzog - may move forward with a lawsuit alleging the family's integrity and privacy was violated when Sheriff Steve Moore used heavy machinery to exhume the victim's remains in the presence of news cameras, a federal judge ruled.
Education leaders fear the disappearance of ag grant
In the middle of one of the richest agricultural regions in the state, there's fear that agricultural education is taking a big hit in Gov. Jerry Brown's proposed state budget.