Shirley Anne Patrick, Born on December 8, 1926 was raised just outside of Akron, OH to Dale and Lucille Dillinger. She graduated from Kenmore High School in 1944. After graduation she went to work in a local Department store. In 1948, she received a letter from Chuck, the love of her life, inviting her to join him in Delhi, CA. So, Shirley hopped on a train for a 3 day ride across the country, not quite sure of what the future might hold. Within a few months of her cross country trip they were married and started their family where ...
Dorothy "Dot" Dean Snow, a woman who loved her family dearly, passed away suddenly this week. Dorothy was known as a collector and yard sale enthusiast. She was very out-going and loved learning about her Native American history.
Sierra Repertory Theatre opens its first Fallon House show of the year with "Noises Off," praised as the "funniest comedy ever written" by the New York Post and often acclaimed as the comedy by which all other comedies are compared. The play opened Thursday in Columbia State Historic Park and will have a month-long run.
In recognition of National Crime Victims' Rights Week, the Stanislaus County District Attorney's Office Victim Services Program and the Stanislaus Family Justice Center will sponsor a Victims' Rights Rally and Family Safety Fair from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday.
April 07, 2017|
Members of the Delhi High School Helping Hawks Club donated time to serve dinner at the We Care Shelter in Turlock Thursday evening. The club has donated their help various times throughout the year. The club was established at Delhi High School in 2011 by a student who had an experience at a homeless shelter. The student approached Matt Ward and asked about starting a club. The club started with 11 students, but has grown year after year. The club also helps with community clean ups and child care for district events.
April 07, 2017|
BY CANDY PADILLA
Dennis Ray Oglesby went to be with Our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ on March 28, 2017. A life long native of Stanislaus County, Dennis grew up in Turlock, son of Fannie Mae Oglesby and father Herbert Ray Oglesby. He was a graduate of Turlock High School, class of 1961. Dennis is survived by wife Marlene Brown-Oglesby, daughters DeeAnn Oglesby-Harmon, Denise Oglesby-Pearman and sister-in-law Beverly Brown-Redick. Dennis and Marlene would have celebrated their 53rd year wedding anniversary this month.