Linda graduated OHS in 1962 and went on to receive her BA degree and teaching credentials at Fresno State. Linda was a Kindergarten teacher in Riverbank, CA in the early 70s, but in 1975 began working for SSA until her retirement (after 27 years) in 2002. Linda lived in the bay area prior to returning to Oakdale in 2005 to be closer to her mother, Marion Macdonald. They are now together again, in Heaven.
Since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the U.S. has placed an added emphasis on public-private partnerships to improve security and assist with law enforcement. A recent skirmish between Apple and the FBI, however, has challenged the way private-sector companies interact with government agencies, promoting a strange mash-up of opposition, cooperation, and even a healthy dose of competition.
April 05, 2016|
DEAR DIDI: I know where my greyhound, Sasha, is at all times. Her nails echo through the house on my hardwood floors. I am terrified to trim them and hurt her. Is it bad in some way for her if I don't trim them? - Curious Mom
Nominated for a MAMA award for best large event in 2015, the fourth annual Central Valley Brewfest is bringing more breweries, beers and entertainment to make the event grander than ever. The festival promises to be an amazing experience in taste, art, and music with over 125 brews to sample.
Modesto Junior College will host the 17th annual Intertribal Pow Wow on Sunday, April 17 from 10 a.m. until 7 p.m. on MJC's East Campus Quad, 435 College Ave., Modesto. The Pow Wow brings together and shares the culture and traditions of Native American people with the community and campus. The event is open to the public and admission is free. (In the event of rain the Pow Wow will be held in the pavilion of the Agriculture Center for Education on West Campus.)
Several vintage films make their home-video debuts this week, including a pair of Eleanor Parker golden oldies, an offbeat Chinese comedy-adventure starring Gong Li and Zhang Yimou, and Chuck Barris’ “Gong Show Movie.”
April 04, 2016|