Robert C. Miller and Sharon L. (McGee) Miller celebrated 50 years of marriage on February 21, 2010.
The couple became high school sweethearts, while attending Oakdale High School. They currently reside in Peoria, Oklahoma. Mr. Miller is retired and Mrs. Miller owns an H&R Block franchise in Baxter Springs, Kansas.
"One fish. Two fish … Some are red. And some are blue. Some are old. And some are new. Some are sad. And some are glad. And some are very, very bad." These lines from a famous Dr. Seuss book also symbolize the current imbalance of native Chinook salmon to non-native predator fish in the Delta waterways.
March 03, 2010|
Modesto Irrigation District
Within the past few weeks the Oakdale Police Department has seen an increase in vehicle burglaries throughout the City of Oakdale. Because of this, vehicle burglaries are becoming one of the most common crimes occurring within the City of Oakdale. Here are some simple helpful tips to avoid becoming a victim of a vehicle burglary.
March 03, 2010|
DET. G. H. MANRIQUEZ
Oakdale Police Department
The red carpet has been delivered and giant size gold statues will once again be the accessories of choice as set crews prepare the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood for the 82nd Annual Academy Awards on Sunday, March 7.
Fair Oaks Elementary School Principal David Kindred made a special visit to Linda Kraus' second grade class at Sierra View Elementary School on Feb. 26 to kick off Read Across America, which was on March 2. Kindred read "Cat in the Hat" by Dr. Seuss, and taught a draw-along lesson of the Cat in the Hat to Kraus' students.
"Mr. Kindred has been a guest in my room for the previous three years," Kraus said. "I invite him in each year to do this lesson in preparation for Read Across America Day, which is March 2, Dr. Seuss' birthday."
Oompa Loompas, candy creations, and Willy Wonka will take center stage at Sierra View Elementary School in its upcoming student performance of Roald Dahl's "Willy Wonka, Jr." The elementary students have been rehearsing almost daily since late January with help from Oakdale High School drama teacher Bryan Mills and some of his drama students.
In celebration of National FFA Week, the Oakdale High School FFA chapter held its annual dinner and cake auction fundraiser on Feb. 24, bringing out supporters who were there to open their wallets for the sweet stuff.