Dear Readers:

As we reach the end of 2022, we’re taking a moment to reflect on the stories and projects that had the biggest impact on Stockton this year. In particular, we’re proud of our coverage of the Stockton Unified School District issues, including breaking the news about the school board violating the Brown act, the fallout from the recent Grand Jury reports and live coverage of the board meetings on Facebook which was viewed by thousands.

The SUSD coverage is just one example of the kind of work you’ve come to expect from us. Our reporting is independent, inclusive, and in-depth. Best of all, its community driven and community funded. In other words, we wouldn’t exist if it weren’t for you.

Our coverage of Stockton and the issues which its citizens costs thousands of dollars and countless hours to produce. These stories need to be told. And you can help us continue to do this important work.

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With gratitude,

Scott Linesburgh

Executive Editor

Stocktonia News Group

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