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.
The last of the '80s excess mentality is officially gone: Bargain shoppers rule and they're on the prowl for a good deal whether they're looking for furniture, clothing, or even electronics.
Times are tough and in the wake of the economic downturn, people have been tightening their belts, which as Dr. Bruce Turley discovered, means sometimes his patients go without critical care.
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.
Champagne, red and white wine flowed as the country tunes of Kenny Chesney, George Strait, and others greeted the more than 150 women arriving at the Reata Event Center on a sunny Friday, May 16 for the Sixth Annual Wine, Women and Chocolate gala.
Just outside the Oakdale city limits, in a strip mall that has a convenience mart advertising processed food snacks and high-sugar content refreshments to travelers along Highway 120 lays another business within the same complex.
The Bank of Stockton started breaking ground for a new Oakdale branch at 1376 E. F St. on Friday, March 7. Pictured, from left, various city officials and executive staff members of the Bank of Stockton. Bank VP Douglass Eberhardt II, Councilman Don Petersen, City Manager Bryan Whitemyer, Thomas Shaffer, Chamber of Commerce President Ed Viohl, Chamber CEO Mary Guardiola, Pam Stephens, Manager, Oakdale Bank of Stockton Branch, Mayor Pat Paul, Douglass Eberhardt, President and CEO, Bank of Stockton and Mary Elizabeth Eberhardt, Director, Bank of Stockton. The location is the old Richardson Motors property.
Patrons of the Oakdale Save Mart contributed more than $2,100 toward the supermarket's Holiday Shares program, which ran Nov. 13, 2013 through Jan. 2, 2014, to benefit Oakdale Community Sharing.
NASCAR "PICK YOUR DRIVERS" CHALLENGE!
If you have a sweet tooth then you were probably at the Sconza Candy Sale on Saturday, Oct. 19 sorting through different varieties of candy that they offered guests at a discount. This was the Fourth Annual Candy Factory Sale that they plan to continue on an annual basis. The sale is held once a year on every third Saturday in October.
Competing with over 4,500 bicycle shops across the United States, David Enz and the Oakdale Bicycle Shop were presented with one of 162 unique awards as "America's Best Bicycle Shops for 2013" by the National Bicycle Dealers Association.
Colleen O'Connell, owner of Curves at 111-113 N. Third Ave., Oakdale, is passionate about helping women get a complete workout.
With "Made in America" no longer the standard in what we buy, one Oakdale woman has put forward a simple easy-to-use website to assist consumers to find American made items.
Citing its best year since forming, the Oakdale Tourism Business Improvement District announced a near $65,000 windfall for its coffers based on a full 2012 financial report.
While the economy remains tough, you may see some empty storefronts or the occasional 'going out of business' sign, but that is not the case for locally owned and operated A&M Tires and Wheels at 9837 Highway 120 in Oakdale. Small business owner Alex Ruiz opened the doors to A&M approximately two years ago and business is good. Tires and wheels are his business and he started in the tire industry in 1995, working for Big O Tires in Oakdale and Manteca before branching out with his own private shop.
The new owners of the flower shop at 304 F St., downtown Oakdale, are a family. Leanne Hunteman and Cydni Staal are a mother and daughter team that work very well together. Other family members have jumped on board to help the business bloom, like Staal's daughters, Hannah, Haleigh, Elizabeth, and her brother, Matt Gordon. Judy Elam, Leanne's cousin, is the store manager and according to Hunteman, a true cowgirl. Elam is also a calf buyer and makes trips to Oregon to pick up cattle when she's not busy in the shop.
Entrepreneur Katelyn Hasley has created a new business in Oakdale called Goods2Go. What is Goods2Go, you might ask? It is a local delivery service designed to provide Oakdale residents with the convenience of not having to leave their home or business to get items they need.
The last of the turkey soup has been frozen and the pumpkin pie is just a fond memory. Thanksgiving is long gone and that means it is time to get down to some serious Christmas shopping. Unfortunately, serious Christmas shopping sometimes means a lot of driving, often in wet, wild weather because, as most people know, 'serious shopping' means going to Riverbank at the very least. Or does it?
There was quite the stir in the parking lot at Drs. Jeff and Jody Sceville's dentist office, on Thursday, Nov. 1. The Sceville's were hosting the third annual "Candy Buy Back." They give youngsters the opportunity to turn in their candy for cash and then the candy will be shipped to soldiers overseas. They had a thank you card station set up so that anyone could design a card for the troops which will be shipped to them with the candy. They buy the candy back for $2 dollars a pound, the kids get a 'goodie bag', and ...