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 ...
The owners of the Oakdale Bicycle Shop may have changed, but the main featured item is still bicycles. Dave Enz took over the shop on Oct. 1 and has plans to do some renovations. Ed Battisfore is the store manager and Andre Hummer is the head mechanic. Enz commented that all three of them have worked together for many years. The Oakdale Bicycle Shop is at 445 E. F St., Oakdale, and the hours of operation are Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.; on Thursdays from 9:30 a.m. to ...
Connie and Mel Sanguinetti have been the friendly faces greeting customers in the Oakdale Bicycle Shop for 36 years but the husband and wife team have decided the time is right to retire and have recently sold the shop to another bicycle enthusiast.
Hunger stimulating aromas filled the air with the buzz of voices inside the Gene Bianchi Community Center for the fourth annual Taste of Oakdale hosted by the Oakdale Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday evening, Aug 28.
This week's business to be featured in the Leader's newest community-centric "A Business Minute" is Electric Beach and Skin Biz, which is owned by Roxanne Razo. Get to know what makes Oakdale business special. Answers submitted by Roxanne Razo.
What started out four years ago as a home-based hobby for Fred and Jennifer Smith, owners of Fred's Firearms, has turned into a full-fledged, thriving business prompting the husband and wife duo to open a storefront on West F Street in Randy Plaza.
With many people still struggling with the economy, finding new ways to stretch the budget is a challenge but with more businesses, such as the new Grocery Outlet grand opening Saturday, Aug. 4, that challenge is met with plenty of choices.
Peach grower Jim Santini has spent every summer in a peach orchard since he was about four years old. His father planted his first peach orchard in the mid-1950s when Santini was about two.
Nut farmers like Doug Ott and Dale Van Groningen of Oakdale don't seem to do it for the money – they call it fun – but they and growers like them produce the second most valuable agricultural crop in Stanislaus County.
This week's business to be featured in the Leader's newest community-centric "A Business Minute" is Yosemite Coffee and Eatery, which is owned by Ted and Betty Ann Souza. Get to know what makes Oakdale business special.
The U.S. Small Business Administration's (SBA) Fresno District Office announced that Les and Cheri Casey, owners of Mid Valley Foods Inc. in Oakdale have been selected as the 2012 Central California Small Business Person of the Year.
Rene Limirande, owner of Rene's Boutique on North Fifth Avenue, knows how to appeal to a girl on a budget.
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The next business to be featured in the Leader's newest community-centric "A Business Minute" is Oak Valley Hospital Gift Shop, which is owned by Oak Valley Hospital District. Get to know what makes Oakdale business special.
Founded in 1950 by his father, Archie Pohl, owner Bill Pohl will be retiring from Pohl Metal Products after owning the company since 1972.
Over 32 years at the treatment table will come to a close as local chiropractor, Dr. Mark Whitemyer, 64, will retire next month after 32 years of spinal diagnosis and treatment, his last 20 years in the City of Oakdale.
The week of Oct. 6 through 10 has offered a new opportunity to Pointe of Dance Studio and its dancers. This year marks the inaugural 'Share the Love' event hosted by the studio.
Monica Harris is no stranger to physical fitness and the effects everyday life, as well as activity has on the body. Now in her 15th as a practitioner of Pilates, Harris is poised and ready to share her knowledge and teachings with the community of Oakdale and the surrounding areas.
From the outside looking in, Cindi Baca's North Third Treasure Hunt shop doesn't appear much different than any other of the businesses it shares the street with in downtown Oakdale. Showcased antiques in the windows, interesting and unique trinkets throughout the shop … and then there are paint cans.
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