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No price hike for Stockton Thunder season tickets

No price hike for Stockton Thunder season tickets

New Stockton Thunder owners, the Calgary Flames, announced full season ticket prices will remain the same as the team moves from the ECHL to the higher level AHL next season.

Stockton Thunder hockey fans won’t face a price hike for full season tickets next season, despite the club’s move to the higher level AHL. The team’s new owners, the Calgary Flames, announced Wednesday that full season tickets prices will range from $380 for upper end zone seats to $980 for glass seats.

As a result of the team’s purchase by the Calgary Flames, the club will move to the AHL next season after spending its first decade in the ECHL. The AHL is the equivalent of AAA hockey... Read More

Mustangs Women's Soccer Signing Night - Feb. 4

Mustangs Women's Soccer Signing Night - Feb. 4

Delta College Mustangs women’s soccer players will sign National Letters of Intent at “Women’s Soccer Signing Night” Wednesday, February 4, 6 p.m. at Budd 210 (The Zone) on the campus of Delta College.

“Eight women’s soccer sophomores are transferring to 4-year universities this fall,” said Delta women’s soccer coach Adrienne Sorenson. “Several of our student/athletes are signing National Letters of Intent and will continue to play at the next level. We congratulate all our athletes!"

Ports to host Delta College in exhibition game

Ports to host Delta College in exhibition game

The Stockton Ports will play an exhibition game against the Delta College Mustangs at 7 p.m., April 8 at Banner Island Ballpark.

Tickets for the game will be $6, but those with half or full season tickets can attend the game as part of their package. Season ticket holders can also buy additional tickets for a discounted price of $4. Tickets to the exhibition game will be available at www.stocktonports.com, over the phone at (209) 644-1900 and at the ticket office at Banner Island Ballpark starting in mid-March... Read More

World Series trophy to tour Central Valley

World Series trophy to tour Central Valley

Central Valley residents wanting to get a first-hand look at the San Francisco Giants’ World Series trophy will have serval chances in February and March. The trophy will tour Northern California and southern Oregon, beginning Jan. 7 and running through April 13.

The trophy will visit San Joaquin county beginning at 5 p.m., Feb. 11 ... Read More

University of the Pacific basketball relies on business ties

University of the Pacific basketball relies on business ties

STOCKTON — As fall turns to winter the University of the Pacific basketball (and the athletic department’s) most important time of the year is upon it... Read More

Celebrate the Holiday Season in Yosemite/Mariposa County

 Celebrate the Holiday Season in Yosemite/Mariposa County

Yosemite/Mariposa County invites visitors to come experience unique, family-friendly events and activities being hosted this holiday season. Holiday calendar listings include: Thanksgiving at the Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite, Thanksgiving Feast at Yosemite Bug Rustic Mountain Resort, Gingerbread House Decorating Workshops, Yosemite Holiday Craft Bazaar, 87th Annual Bracebridge Dinner, Merry Mountain Christmas Parade, Kid’s Dinner with Santa, Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve at the Tenaya Lodge. 

Former Tiger Tennis ace helps celebrate new tennis complex

Former Tiger Tennis ace helps celebrate new tennis complex

Thirty years ago, Eve Zimmerman threw herself on newly resurfaced tennis courts at University of the Pacific – and kissed them. That passion brought her back to her alma mater recently to help celebrate the groundbreaking for what is planned as one of the finest tennis facilities on the West Coast, the Eve Zimmerman Tennis Center.

Made possible by a $1.5 million gift from Zimmerman, the Eve Zimmerman Tennis Center will include 12 courts, a 5,500-square-foot clubhouse, covered player benches, and a new electronic scoreboard. It will occupy a portion of the footprint of the former Amos Alonzo Stagg Memorial Stadium.

“This facility will enable Pacific tennis players to shine as Tigers should,” said Zimmerman, who played for Pacific from 1980 to 1984 and went on to become a world-ranked professional player. Returning to Pacific for Homecoming, she will be making her first visit to the campus since she graduated.