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EMT Training And Scholarships At Glacier

OAKHURST – Contemporary education places an emphasis on project-based learning and a graduate’s ability to make a smooth entry into the modern working world. Those ideas are being addressed by some of the current curriculum at Glacier High School Charter (GHSC). Even before seniors consider financial aid for college, students 16 years and older can take courses that help prepare ...

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All Hands On Deck For Elegant Auction

FISH CAMP – The Oakhurst Community Park Committee wants everyone to know the annual Elegant Auction to benefit the park is slated for Saturday, Apr. 12. The event, now in its 29th year, is being held once again at Tenaya Lodge, starting at 5 p.m. Plans are for a lively crowd to gather, dine, sip champagne, bid on hundreds of ...

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Neighborhood Students Get The Gold

Submitted by Jessica Medrano COARSEGOLD – More than 60 students attending 4th through 8th grade at Rivergold Elementary School were recognized recently for their academic achievements, all receiving certificates for Gold Honor Roll. The kids are at the top of their respective classes and have met the Gold Honor Roll requirements of showing a grade point average of 4.0 for ...

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Yosemite High Hosts Nite On The Town

OAKHURST – The 6th annual “Nite on the Town” fundraiser and performance extravaganza benefiting Yosemite High School (YHS) “Badger” Music Department is set for Saturday night, Mar. 1. Billed as an evening of “talent, dessert and great fun,” the gala event takes place from 7 – 9 p.m. in the YHS gymnasium. “Nite on the Town is a gathering of ...

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Update On Sheila And Eric From San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO – Mountain area residents Sheila Moreno and Eric Wynne are both spending time recovering from separate surgeries, and each is doing well. That’s the word today as Eric’s wife Tina Wynne sends updates from the Bay area hospital where kidney donor Eric is resting, and anxious to get home. Coarsegold resident and organ recipient Sheila was well enough ...

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Gift Of Life For Valentine's Day

SAN FRANCISCO – Love is in the air today, more so than ever. Coarsegold resident and business owner Tina Wynne announced Friday morning, Feb. 14, that her husband, Eric Wynne, is out of surgery at California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC), where doctors removed one of his kidneys in preparation for a transplant. Eric is shown resting comfortably in the photo ...

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Alison Sharino Concert Valentine's Night

BASS LAKE – If you’re looking for a lovely last-minute plan for Valentine’s Day evening, look no further than the Bass Lake Event Center on Friday, Feb. 14. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for a 7:30 p.m. solo concert performance by vocalist and musician, Alison Sharino. The show runs until 10 p.m.

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Romance At The Movies

OAKHURST – Local filmmakers are presenting a movie aptly titled “Romance,” the day after Valentine’s Day, on Saturday, Feb. 15 at the Met Cinema. The show starts at 9 p.m. “It’s a romantic comedy that was filmed in the Fresno area,” says Video Man Productions producer Darrell Mapson, who co-directed the film.

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Students Compete In Poetry Out Loud

OAKHURST – They walked onstage in various degrees of readiness, braver than most who fear public speaking above all else. Eleven students from five Madera County schools gathered at Yosemite High on Saturday, Feb. 8, for the regional final competition of Poetry Out Loud National Recitation Contest, and I was honored to be asked to serve as a judge.

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Rules And Regs For Community Park

OAKHURST – New rules for the Oakhurst Community Park, established by the Community Park Committee, are posted at the entrance near the bridge. PRIVATE PROPERTY Right to pass is revocable at any time. Right to pass subject to revocation upon violation of any law, ordinance or park rule within the Oakhurst Community Park

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