Brrr! What was that noise? Do you feel that sudden chill in the air? Word is that the chill has nothing to do with "Old Man Winter", instead it is the forerunner of the Halloween festivities due to arrive this coming Saturday night! Beware! Beware! Ghosts and goblins have sent word that our Valley Home Community is scheduled for a special evening of Halloween fun! Spirits will abound and offer an invitation to the brave of heart to enter and tour their Haunted House and offer an invitation to visit their creepy abode!
October 10, 2012|
|Valley Home News
The story of a generation's worth of progress in the breast cancer movement is being told through the eyes of breast cancer survivors, researchers, community health workers and advocates as Susan G. Komen for the Cure offers a "31 Days of Impact" web storytelling series to mark National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
October 10, 2012|
Nancy G. Brinker
CEO, Susan G. Komen for the Cure
It's impossible to discuss the Ultimate Fighting Championship's bantamweight division without mentioning Oakdale Mixed Martial Arts professional fighter Michael McDonald as the consensus top contender for the interim belt, but McDonald already has one that he wears proudly - a tool belt.
A terrific fifth game awarded Oakdale High's varsity volleyball team perhaps the biggest win of the fall season for any OHS team when they toppled previously unbeaten Sonora on Oct. 3. The 3-2 win is a near lock for at least co-Valley Oak League championship honors, as Oakdale has defeated every other conference opponent by a 3-0 shutout.
A crowd of Oakdale defenders crashed past Lathrop offensive linemen and blocked the short field goal, celebrating as the ball bounced up field to end the Spartans' best shot at appearing on the scoreboard.
The scenic surroundings at Knights Ferry's visitor's center and the covered bridge were alive with action on Oct. 3 as the seven high schools from the Valley Oak League tackled the second VOL meet, hosted by Oakdale.