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Homeowners’ Financial Assistance To Fell Dead Trees

MOUNTAIN AREA — The Coarsegold Resource Conservation District (CRCD) anticipates that they will have some money to help qualified homeowners who need to fell dead trees within 100-feet of their dwelling. “The money comes from the Cal Fire Department of Forestry and Fire Protection – Tree Mortality grant,” explains Anne Melrose, Executive Director of the CRCD. “We are hoping to offer funds to ...

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Services For Albert Moody, 1939 – 2017

COARSEGOLD — Services for beloved husband, father, grandfather and friend Albert (Al) Moody will be held on Friday, Apr. 21 at Our Lady of the Sierra Catholic Church in Oakhurst. A local artist and Green Bay Packers backer, Mr. Moody passed away at home in Coarsegold on Sunday, Apr. 9, after a seven-year battle with cancer. Born on Aug. 9, ...

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Mariposa Network Night And Block Party

MARIPOSA — Locals and visitors including youth are invited to downtown Mariposa for a Network Night and Block Party on Thursday, Apr. 20, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. This special community event, in honor of April as Child Abuse Awareness and Prevention month, is a partnership between CASA of Mariposa County, Ridgeline Gallery and the Mariposa County Chamber of Commerce. ...

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Madera County Sheriff’s Crime Log Through Apr. 16

MADERA COUNTY – Following are details from the Madera County Sheriff’s Office of reports taken locally from Monday, Apr. 10 to Sunday, Apr. 16, 2017: North Fork warrant citation On Monday, Apr. 10 at 9:34 a.m. a deputy contacted a male subject in the 32000 block of Road 222 who was cited and released for an outstanding misdemeanor warrant. Case ...

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31st Annual Raymond Parade

RAYMOND – Are you ready for some classic family fun, foothills-style? Raymond style? Come to the historic town of Raymond celebrate the Raymond Parade and Family Fun Days. Click on images to enlarge. Right now, busy hands are at work building floats, polishing rides, baking treats and doing all of the other important tasks required to properly prepare for this kind of pageantry. The ...

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EMC SPCA Thrift Shop Relocates

OAKHURST — The EMC SPCA Thrift Shop has relocated to a roomy 2,000 square foot space at 40315 Junction Drive, Suite F. It’s near the Grocery Outlet, next to The Cat’s Meow. The new, larger space leaves plenty of room for display of donated items, and customers are responding well, say organizers. Currently the hours are Thursday through Sunday from 10 a.m. ...

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Granite Creek Toilet Replacement: Public Comment Period

NORTH FORK — The Sierra National Forest (SNF) is proposing to replace an existing toilet building located in the Granite Creek Campground on the Bass Lake Ranger District (BLRD). The existing toilet building is currently not functioning to standard due to deterioration, and is the only toilet facility available for the upper and lower level of the campground. In recognition ...

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Vision Academy Daffodil Quilt Prize Drawing

OAKHURST — Vision Academy of the Arts is continually raising funds for its various enterprises, including free concerts, low-cost children’s arts camps, and generous support of metriculating middle school students and graduating high school seniors. Click on image to enlarge. Now, you have a chance to support one of the organizations that supports the entire community, and you could win ...

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Book Donations Wanted For Yosemite Branch Library

YOSEMITE — Calling on all book donations: the Yosemite Branch Public Library is accepting donations to its biggest Open House Ever on Earth Day, Saturday, April 22. Hours to bring donations in are: Tuesday and Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Thursday from 1:30 to 6:30 p.m. The Library will also have a booth on the Mall on Earth Day. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle! Come ...

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Law Day Yosemite Focus Is WWII Japanese Internment

YOSEMITE — The Fifth Annual Law Day Yosemite will be held this year on Friday, Apr. 28, beginning at 10 a.m. in Yosemite Valley, on the playing field of Yosemite Elementary School. This year’s theme is “Not to Be Forgotten: Legal Lessons of the Japanese Internment.” Seventy-five years ago the United States entered into World War II following the Japanese attack ...

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