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Nominations sought for ‘Stocktonian of the Year’

The Central Valley Association of Realtors Stockton Council and the Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce are seeking nominations for the 2017 Stocktonian of the Year.

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City of Tracy ends employment of city manager, chooses interim hire

TRACY—The City Council voted in a closed-door session on Sept. 19 to remove City Manager Troy Brown.

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California dairies donate food relief to hurricane victims

Dairies in California have donated 70,000 pounds of dairy foods to victims in the hurricane-ravaged southeast portion of the U.S.

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Final Stockmarket of season to be held

 

Patrons peruse the offerings at a recent Stockmarket event at Caldwell Park in Stockton.

STOCKTON—The popular craft, entertainment and shopping event, the Stockmarket, is holding its last event of the season on Sept. 16.

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Family Business Center helps generations transfer business operations

 

The Family Business Center in Modesto helps family-based businesses transition through generational owners.

By MELISSA HUTSELL
Business Journal Writer
mhutsell@cvbizjournal.com

MODESTO — More than half of all businesses in the U.S. are family-owned and operated; they are the foundation of the American economy, but face a complex set of issues that can make or break any entity.

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Blanchard named president of port association

Dr. Elizabeth Blanchard, Port Commissioner for the Port of Stockton, has been named President of the Association of Pacific Ports for 2017-2018.

 

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Dealing with the IRS: You do have rights

Dealing with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) can be a daunting and intimidating task for any person or business. The unfortunate reality is that the IRS has the power to completely disrupt an individual’s life or business operations.

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