Joe Goldeen Record Staff Writer @JoeGoldeen
STOCKTON — Fans of country and rockabilly music are likely familiar with the talents of Marty Stuart, who at age 13 went on tour with bluegrass legend Lester Flatt.Forty-five years later, Stuart still is recording music and hitting the road to perform with his own band, Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives.
Joe Goldeen Record Staff Writer @JoeGoldeen STOCKTON — Heroes Park is aptly named.The new, privately funded park taking shape on a dirt lot owned by a north Stockton church is a testament to the people of Stockton, one of its visionaries said during a media event Thursday organized by Mayor Michael Tubbs and Councilman Dan Wright to recognize the value of a neighborhood coming together for something positive.“Anybody could be a hero if they’re willing to roll up their sleeves and get...
Joe Goldeen Record Staff Writer @JoeGoldeen STOCKTON — Every year between Oct. 15 and Dec. 7, Medicare beneficiaries face what for many can be a daunting task — re-enrolling in annual prescription drug coverage known as Part D that not only covers their specific medications but does so at the lowest premium cost available.It is of critical importance to those on fixed incomes and it can be confusing sorting through the more than two dozen plans available to San Joaquin County residents.For...
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