Your reporter is honored to announce that we have a winner in our community. Valley Home resident Joseph Perez participated in the 2010 Annual SIR State Poppy Hills Individual Championship Golf Tournament at the Poppy Hills course along the coast in Monterey on October 27 and October 28. The weather was beautiful and the Monterey coastline welcomed the large group of golfers. Thursday's playing prepared the participants for the championship playing on Friday and when the final scores were tallied and posted on the SIR State Golf website it showed that out of the 72 golfers in the tournament ...
November 10, 2010|
|Valley Home News
Knights Ferry School held its Renaissance assembly for the first quarter. Those students with a 4.0 GPA were Wyatt Dickens, Sam Fletcher Paris Thompson, Meghan Caron, Sage Heckinger, Sophie Jones and Ashley Caron. Students with a 3.0 to 3.9 GPA were: Brooks Bonde, Brandi Cardey, Brandon Carroll, Rilyn Cassaretto, Eden Cassinetto, Emma Fallentine, Angel Limon, Austin Santillo, Kaeli Sweet, Jenna Armario, Aleesha Harden, Julia Nilsson, Ray Patton, Shawn Spani, Shaela Borba, Salvador Limon, Daniel Lubeck, Madison Willis, Maria Garcia, Cleo Wilson, Annette Arias, Kaitlin Burke, Jaycee Harden, Tyden Baker, Araceli Limon, Jasmin Olvera and Chris Roek. Congratulations ...
November 10, 2010|
Mary Sue Shearer
|Knights Ferry News
Trailing host Sonora High two games to none on Nov. 2, Oakdale's varsity volleyball team was in dire need of some big rallies to upend the previously unbeaten Wildcats and claim a piece of the Valley Oak League title.
A 42-13 third quarter lead effectively put away Sonora High's varsity football team, but Oakdale players, coaches and fans were on pins and needles well after Friday's Valley Oak League finale at The Corral, hanging on announcer Pete Simoncini's every word as he announced the Manteca vs. East Union final score.
Competition this past week marked further advancement for Oakdale High's varsity girls and boys' water polo teams into the Sac-Joaquin Section playoffs, while the Mustang varsity boys soccer team saw their season come to a close in El Dorado.
Trench rescues are inherently dangerous and require specialized training to avoid further injury or death - that was the message received loud and clear at the two-day trench training exercise, Oct. 26-27, made possible by a generous donation by Oakdale Irrigation District.
The Stanislaus County Office of Education launched a campaign called "Choose Civility" on Tuesday, Nov. 2 to address the issue of declining civility and to encourage people to choose positive, respectful behaviors.
Police arrested a trio of young men in late August on charges of trespassing and possession of marijuana after they were found in an empty home on Dominic and Pedersen. It was the first time they'd been caught but likely not the first time they'd busted into the empty residence.
Following several days of activities focusing on being drug free, Red Ribbon Week in Oakdale schools wrapped up on Friday, Oct. 29. While all the schools planned events under the same "I am Drug Free" theme, they each had their own unique plans to bring awareness and education to students about living drug-free lives.
Winter arrived the other day, just in case you weren't paying attention. It really seems like we went straight from our 90-degree weather to pouring rain and wind from one day to the next, with no time to prepare.