Will we ever stop talking about the events of 9/11 and all that it entails? My hope of course is that we will not. In my opinion, it was undoubtedly an event, which not only altered this country but the world - forever.
It's taken longer than anyone anticipated - including owner Sanjiv Chopra of Zeus Fitness - but the massive, state-of-the-art fitness facility and newest location of the Gold's Gym franchise has staked its claim on Oakdale, opening the 25,000 square foot building on Monday, Aug. 31.
Vehicle burglaries, drunk driving offenses and bouts of violence marred an otherwise beautiful Labor Day weekend as the temperatures were near perfect for holiday outings at the lake or picnics at the park.
The Oakdale Irrigation District is celebrating its 100th year. To commemorate the OID Centennial a celebration open to the public will be offered on Saturday, Sept. 26 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the new Gene Bianchi Community Center.
It's hard to miss the dancing and waving pickle standing alongside East F Street. But just in case you missed it, Mr. Pickles Sandwich Shop has come to Oakdale and they're offering top-notch deli sandwiches made to make your mouth water.
Lee Winton, Oakdale Rural Fire Department's new Chief, was the speaker at the Knights Ferry Community Club's meeting. He introduced himself, told about his previous job and how his first week on this new job was going. Club Secretary, Kim Whittey, was back on the job after recovering from a horrible car crash in March. The upcoming Zero Party was discussed. This party honors all that have a birthday this year that ends in a 0. It will be September 26th starting at 5:30 p.m. at the clubhouse. Bring a dish to share and what ...
September 09, 2009|
Mary Sue Shearer
|Knights Ferry News
We have received word that Valley Home 4-H sign-ups will be held later this month for new members, the exact date yet to be decided. This year the club is again being led by President Carly Thomason. Club officers held their first meeting last week and are very excited about plans for the coming year. One of the exciting items discussed was a community service project being led by Ashlyn and Bailey Bertao to help with the cost of replacing a police dog that was recently killed in the line of duty. We are told that the Bertao sisters have ...
September 09, 2009|
|Valley Home News