Dr. Jasper Cummins, owner of Yosemite Chiropractic, was among three California-based chiropractors invited to be on staff at the U.S. Open Golf Championship held at Bethpage Park, New York July 15-21 and the experience was, in his words, amazing.
Looking to upgrade the kitchen? Want to spruce up the bathroom? There's a new place in town where you can do all these things without breaking the bank.
Jeff Steves, part of the Steves family who owns Steves Chevrolet, admits in the wake of the General Motors Chapter 11 tsunami, there were some sleepless nights caused by fear for the future of the locally-owned and operated dealership.
Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department announces that citizens can now email information and special request directly to their local Sheriff's Area Command office. The Sheriff's Department decentralized its patrol services earlier this year in order to get officers closer to the neighborhoods.
Whether you're looking for a little thump in your trunk or just some crisp, quality sound, chances are Audio Plus, the new shop on West F Street next door to Pizza Plus, will have it.
If baubles, bangles and bling are your thing, check out the newly opened London Fox clothing store on Sierra Avenue.
Mickey Peabody, Chair of an Oversight Committee appointed by the Oak Valley Hospital Board to represent the interests of property owners who are co-financing construction of the new hospital, said that the Committee is moving into "an exciting and active phase" as construction of the new facility is now rapidly moving forward.
Sunshine gave Justin Krum the raw material he needed to succeed but it was his drive and ambition that turned the 28-year-old Oakdale native into a captain of the solar industry with his company, 1st Light Energy, which since 2004 has opened offices nationwide and shows no signs of slowing down its expansion.
The Oakdale Irrigation District Board of Directors held a discussion at the May 19 regular meeting about making changes to the district's annexation fee. Directors Tony Taro and Steve Webb were absent.
Mark your calendars for the opening of the annual Oakdale Farmers Market.
The local Rotary clubs, Oakdale and Sunrise, have teamed up again, only this time they're offering a chance to get in on the "Vacation of a Lifetime" fundraiser aimed at raising funds to purchase an Open Air Cinema for the community.
The best thing about mom and pop operations is that, often, when customers walk through the front door they're not seen as just potential dollar signs - they're seen as people and possibly friends.
Doors will be open and treats aplenty, as some downtown businesses keep their doors open a bit longer on Friday, Dec. 12 to participate in a special holiday Jingle All the Way event. Over half a dozen boutiques and shops in the North Third vicinity will extend their business hours to 8 p.m. Friday, welcoming the community to do some night time shopping.
Kristine Fallentine, owner and key name behind Kristine's Designer Clothing, has something unique to offer the Oakdale shopper. The recently opened 145 N. Second Ave., Oakdale location is just in time for the holiday season and their sought after unique customer.
Be it a party dress or hostess gift, I Love Paris is the ideal place for one stop shopping this holiday season. One need not look further than the quaint shop located in the center of Oakdale. The mother/daughter boutique owned and operated by Eleanor Colombo and Jill Haney is a refreshing change from what one might find in shopping malls or at big box stores.
Life has presented London Fox boutique owner and Oakdale native Tammy Golding with somewhat of a full circle moment this holiday season. Late last week, Golding opened her doors and greeted the community from her new location at 116 N. Third Ave., in the heart of downtown Oakdale.
One can't help but feel a sense of warmth and being at home when first entering Alexandra's Home and Garden at 105 N. Third Ave. in Oakdale.
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