The ability to store water for regional reliability and sustainability as well as the State Water Resources Control Board's (SWRCB) plan for San Joaquin River basin flows were the primary topics of discussion at the Oakdale Irrigation District Board of Directors' Aug. 6 regular meeting.
After reconciling figures and trudging through lighting and maintenance district issues from the last meeting, the Oakdale City Council heard a plethora of agenda issues relating to the city's now-cut management shortage.
U.S. Representative Jeff Denham (R-Turlock) announced today, Aug. 6, his participation in two events to discuss the economic effect of immigration reform this week.
With clipboard in hand, Church Street resident Brent Ferguson is taking his cause to task.
More than one week ago, at the invitation of the Iowa State Patrol, the California Highway Patrol (CHP) joined agencies from 10 other states to embark on a lifesaving challenge to prevent fatalities on Interstate 80 (I-80) during an eight-day period from July 24-31, 2013.
This summer, Boys & Girls Clubs of America and Staples are teaming up with teen actor Jake T. Austin, for the sixth annual Staples for Students national school supply drive, to help kids get the tools they need to build great futures.
Noah Coughlan is hoping to cover 3,100 miles in 98 days.
The Stanislaus Sheriff's Department is offering a new app for iPhone and Android smart phone users that will notify crime victims of changes in the custody status of criminal offenders.
The Bureau of Reclamation has released for public review and comment the Draft Environmental Assessment for the New Melones Lake Concession Development. Located in Calaveras and Tuolumne counties, New Melones Lake is operated by Reclamation for multiple purposes including flood control, irrigation and municipal water supplies, hydroelectric production, water quality, fish and wildlife enhancement and recreation.
Bone marrow testing for bone marrow matches and blood donors are being sought to help a veteran who lives in the area.
Covering about 100 miles altogether, a spike strip put down by the California Highway Patrol at the main intersection in Escalon didn't stop a stolen AC Transit bus there … but it did enough damage to the tires to force the driver to go off the roadway just before reaching Oakdale.
The spotlight of the homeless, or at least those perceived as homeless, is shining back on the group of individuals that gather daily at William Meyer Park on West G Street.
In an effort to keep the interest in reading over the summer, the Oakdale Library is participating in the "Activate Your Mind - READ!" program for all ages, children to adults. It started May 25 and runs through Saturday, Aug. 3.
There won't be a shortage of activities to enjoy locally this weekend.
The Stanislaus Library Foundation brings baseball and libraries together with "A Night at the Ballpark" on Sunday, Aug. 18, to raise funds for the 13 libraries of Stanislaus County.
West Nile Virus – in the form of human cases – has arrived in Stanislaus County.
Oakdale's Measure Y committee commenced its campaign with a meeting to discuss the approach for promoting the Nov. 4 ballot measure to continue the half-cent sales tax for the city's general fund.
A late Saturday afternoon accident resulted in fatal injuries to the motorcyclist involved and tied up traffic for hours as police investigated the crash.
The actions of a former embattled Stanislaus Consolidated fire chief, who himself was the plaintiff of his own lawsuit last year, has resulted in the approval of settlements in three separate actions filed by subordinate employees in 2011 and 2012.