When Oakdale Parks and Recreation Supervisor Linda Royalty approached the Wednesday morning Downtown Merchants Meeting asking for sponsors for disadvantaged youth, Oakdale residents Frank Clark and Farrell Jackson knew they needed to step up.
The 35-14 gap between Oakdale and Aptos High on the post-game scoreboard did little to create space between DeWayne Finney and his thoughts as he stood among his teammates and fielded questions following his breakout defensive performance on Friday.
Calling the prepared response by City Attorney Tom Hallinan "soft," Oakdale City Mayor Pat Paul called for a consent agenda item regarding the city's response to the Stanislaus County Grand Jury to be pulled and opened for discussion at the Tuesday, Sept. 4 Oakdale City Council meeting.
Oakdale schools' pass rates of the California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE) are higher than any other unified school district in Stanislaus County and surpass the county and state average pass rates, according to a report given to the Oakdale Joint Unified School District Board of Trustees at the Sept. 10 regular meeting.
With so many activities going on this time of year, time has a way of slipping around pretty fast, so we thought that this might be a good time to remind everyone of the opportunity to let the lady of the house take a well earned break from kitchen duty. To enjoy a delicious dinner without all the work, just circle Saturday, September 22nd on your calendars and plan to attend the fundraiser dinner planned for that evening at our Valley Home Community Park. We are offering an opportunity to stop by and enjoy dinner in a park setting or ...
September 12, 2012|
|Valley Home News
According to the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), a small business is one that employs fewer than 500 employees, a definition that applies to a wide swath of companies. In fact, the SBA says that small businesses account for 99.7 percent of employer firms, making them a significant sector of the economy.
September 12, 2012|
California Society Of CPAs
My frustration and disappointment is bubbling over a bit this morning, as I've just returned from dropping my children off at their elementary school. As a 'seasoned' parent however, I recognize it is only early September and some really great 'drop-off' material will find me in the coming weeks and months.
In a week where individuals struggled to produce one tremendous performance, the collective efforts of Oakdale High's girls tennis team stood out the most. Facing two of the best teams in the league, Oakdale erupted onto the Valley Oak League schedule with one-sided victories over Weston Ranch and Kimball.
Rachel Scott was the first student killed in the Columbine High School shooting in 1999. Her family found her diary that contained an essay called "My Ethics, My Codes of Life" and then developed a program called Rachel's Challenge, which in part, challenges students to eliminate prejudice, set big goals, and be mindful of their influence.
Birthday greetings for the month of September go out to: Jenny Limon, Sasha Sinkevich, Grant Wright, Mike Wright, Mickie Martinelli, Sally Goehring, Luke Bell, Kelli Sinkevich, Lynn Duckworth, Phillip Frymire, Breanna Banks, Evelyn Frias, Cassandra Padilla, Michel Griesner, Ken Raven, Emma Vargas, Alex Naccarato, Will Haskell-Kelly, Cheryl Griffiths, Nikita Sinkevich, Christine Fortuny, Jonna Ohe, Troy Peterson, James Peterson, Marcada Baker, Justin Paulat, Madison Willis, Jim Mangante, Alexis Elting, Joshua Reese and Mason O'Neil.
September 12, 2012|
Mary Sue Shearer
|Knights Ferry News
In a letter from Stanislaus County dated Aug. 24, Department of Public Works Director Matt Machado offered an apology to those Stearns Road area residents who were not notified of prior meetings regarding the North County Corridor Project.