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YHS Lady Badgers Basketball

OAKHURST –The fierce Lady Badgers basketball teams tore through the Washington Union Panthers on Wednesday, Jan. 23, during home games played at Yosemite High School (YHS). Girls’ Junior Varsity basketball (pictured) took a win of 56-14, followed by a second serving of Badger spirit when Varsity girls beat Washington Union 64-18.

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Free Mobile App Makes High School Navigation Fun and Easy

OAKHURST – A Freshman student at Yosemite High School (YHS) has created a free mobile application that gives Android users – and soon others – a new way to get essential school information quickly and easily. Ahwahnee resident Garrett White, 14, designed the new application for YHS students, staff and parents. “I started working on this app at the beginning ...

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Little League Try-outs Saturday, Still Time To Sign-Up!

OAKHURST – Sierra Mountain Little League (SMLL) has tryouts scheduled for this Saturday, Feb. 2, at 10 a.m. at the Sierra Mountain Little League fields. Parent Robin Ward, SMLL Vice President, says it’s not too late for kids ages 4-12 to sign-up, regardless of skills, and players age 7-12 must try out. Please come early if your child is not ...

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Hot Photos Are Good For The Heart

Oakhurst Boutique Offers Boudoir Photography To Benefit American Heart Association OAKHURST – Love is in the air, so pull out your red lace, baby, it’s time for zesty Valentine’s Day photos courtesy of Vintage Chic Boutique and photographer Lori Cole. Racy, lacy digital pictures will be taken for a modest fee, and the best part is some proceeds go to ...

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Who Has The Best Pizza In Oakhurst?

Vote Early And Often With Kiwanis This Sunday! OAKHURST – It’s a question that’s oft debated, on soccer fields and in living rooms, after school and before dinner, and sometimes late at night: who sells the best pizza in town? Local Kiwanis have taken that query to heart and invite the public to the first of what will be an ...

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Learn About Another Culture – Host A Foreign Exchange Student

ST. PAUL, MINN. – U.S. representatives of an international student exchange network are seeking qualified for local families willing to host young people from overseas, for a period of 5 to10 months, beginning in the fall. Applications for hosting are available now through Nacel Open Door, Inc., a nonprofit organization dedicated to international understanding and language education. Nacel Open Door ...

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Want Better Health? Try Returning To Basics

OAKHURST – It seems like you can’t turn on the news these days without a barrage of information about this year’s incarnation of the influenza virus, or its tailor-made nemesis, the flu vaccine. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in Atlanta, Georgia recommends that all people get flu shots, especially those who are more vulnerable to its effects: the very ...

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Piercings, Tats, and Teens: Notes from the Field

“Mom, I’ve got a surprise for you! “ When your kids are little, those words can warm your heart. By teenage years, that same phrase can freeze your blood, as your seemingly innocent son finally reveals his tongue piercing while your sweet collegiate daughter shows off her tatted hip.

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