It will be a busy couple of days at the city's Gene Bianchi Community Center, with the annual Oakdale Home Show sponsored by the Oakdale Chamber of Commerce on Friday and Saturday. Also, a chili cook off on Saturday will see local chefs battle for the title of Best Chili.
The annual Distinguished Young Women of Oakdale program, sponsored by Soroptimist International of Oakdale, was held Saturday, March 11, at Magnolia School Auditorium. Oakdale High School senior and reigning Distinguished Young Woman Annalise VanderVeen passed her title to Gaby Ceja, a junior at Oakdale High School. In addition to the $2,500 scholarship for the title award, Gaby was awarded three $200 scholarships for the Scholastics, Interview, and Talent categories. Scholarship awards were also presented to Katie Holmes, Second Place ($1,500); Kylee Black, Third Place ($1,000); Alexa Da Rosa, Fourth Place ($800); and Natalie Verduzco, Fifth Place ($600 ...
In an effort to combat frivolous lawsuits, U.S. Representative Jeff Denham (R-Turlock) has introduced H.R. 1493, the ADA Lawsuit Clarification Act. The bill is designed to deter lawsuits accusing small businesses of violating portions of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
How beautiful spring is in Valley Home! The sight of livestock grazing peacefully in lush green pastures, lovely white/pink almond blossoms as far as you can see, watching ever changing clouds as they float gently across a brilliant blue sky, hearing a mourning dove coo sweetly in a barn loft, we could go on and on. Such a special place, we are truly blessed to wake up in Valley Home each morning!
The lovely spring air was rent with cannon booms this weekend with the Civil War re-enactors battling by the bridge. The North and South were camped in the Army Corp Park and were open for touring. It was lovely weather for fighting!
Stanislaus County Office of Education's Prevention Programs Department is hosting a "Building Resiliency for College Success and Student Wellness" Workshop on Monday, March 20. The event will be offered at the Martin Petersen Event Center, 720 12th St., Modesto, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
NOTICE: The names and incidents printed in the Police Log are obtained from the daily log of the Oakdale Police Department, which is a public document. The listing of a name here does not imply that person's guilt or innocence. That can only be determined by a court of law.
The NHRA Heritage Drag Racing Series kicked off at the 59th annual March Meet at the famed Auto Club Famoso Raceway, just north of Bakersfield. The racing wasn't just on the track, but also against the weather. The weather started out good until race day, when the winds, rain and hail came. The race was finally halted on Sunday, with the final rounds in every category being delayed until Monday, March 6.
March 15, 2017|
By MIKE BURGHARDT
Something must give, how much longer before a fishing license is going to cost over a hundred dollars? My recent purchase of my annual fishing license cost me more than $60 this year. I did purchase a double rod stamp which added $14 to the cost. As much as I wanted to say no to the purchase of a double rod stamp, I knew that if I passed on it, there would be a time when I wished I would have purchased it. Curious, I did some research and found out that in 1980, a California resident could purchase an ...
After nearly two weeks away from the court, the Oakdale High School boys tennis team returned to action. On Wednesday, March 8 the boys hosted Weston Ranch in the Valley Oak League season opener. The Mustangs did not look fazed by the layoff and defeated the visiting Cougars 9-0. In singles action Zack Miller defeated Ian Obiso in straight sets 6-1, 6-2. Daniel Lubeck knocked off Yeng Vang 6-0, 6-1. Oakdale's number three singles Isaiah Canchola battled Brendan Lee in the match of the day. Canchola fell 4-6 but bounced back in the second set to win 7-6 (8-6 ...