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Rotary Poker And Bingo Fun Night

OAKHURST — Celebrate the season with friends, fun, food, and good causes, as members of the Rotary Club of Oakhurst Sierra invite those who are game to an Oktoberfest Poker and Bingo Fun Night. Click on flyer to enlarge. “We will be giving away over $1,500 in Prize Money,” say organizers, who plan to award a $500 first place prize for Poker, and will offer ...

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Sheriff’s Local Crime Log Through Sept. 25

MADERA COUNTY – Following are details from the Madera County Sheriff’s Office of reports taken locally from Monday, Sept. 19 to Sunday, Sept 25, 2016: Bass Lake boating under the influence On Monday, Sept. 19 at 10 a.m. the solo operator of a personal watercraft was observed jumping wakes while following a pontoon boat and making circular, “doughnut” maneuvers on ...

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Beautiful Day For Smokey Bear Run/Walk

BASS LAKE – It was a perfect day for running, walking or cheering from the sidelines at the 29th annual Smokey Bear Run / Walk at Bass Lake on Saturday. As the sun rose over the shores of beautiful Bass Lake, more than 350 participants gathered at Recreation Point, from the tiny 2-year-old athletes, to the most seasoned —  78-year-old ...

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Monique Wales: Nature, Beauty And Balance

OAKHURST — Artists are often influenced by their surroundings, and Monique Wales is no exception. The printmaker is inspired by the natural world, including the majesty of Yosemite National Park; its towering trees, monumental rocks, abundant wildlife and exceptional vistas. She’s also affected by the more intimate surroundings of the home she and husband Tim built in the foothills, from the ground up. ...

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Your Health: Who Pays The Ultimate Price?

Written by Virginia Eaton — Earlier this month some researchers took a look at historic documents of the Sugar Research Foundation from the 1960s, in order to better understand how the medical community could have missed the mark so disastrously in identifying the cause of heart disease. What they found, Hollywood could easily make into a corporate greed sort of movie. ...

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North Fork Fall Festival This Saturday

NORTH FORK — This Saturday, Oct. 1., welcomes the return of two much-anticipated North Fork events — the Fall Festival and the Grizzly Century Bike Run. The Fall Festival runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., and kicks off with a Lions Club Pancake Breakfast starting at 6 a.m. at the North Fork School where the Bike Run will be ...

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College Students Sought To Work After School Programs

OAKHURST — California Teaching Fellows Foundation is currently hiring college students locally to work as Teaching Fellows in elementary after school programs, the nonprofit organization announced today. “We’re seeking awesome, outgoing, and creative applicants who will be paid 11 dollars per hour,” in the Oakhurst and North Fork areas, say organizers. The mission of the CTF is to inspire next-generation leaders with a passion ...

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Mariposa Go West Festival: History Comes Alive

MARIPOSA — This is the inaugural year for the Mariposa Go West Festival in the historic and charming California gold rush town named with the Spanish word for “butterfly.” The festival will take place on Saturday, Oct. 1, throughout the downtown area of Mariposa, say organizers, with “gunslingers, an Indian village, gold panning competitions, vendors, music, line dancing, and other ...

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Teal Sisterhood Of Ovarian Cancer

OAKHURST — October is breast cancer awareness month and soon the world as we know it will be awash in pink. Right now, though, it’s still September, and one local survivor wants to remind all women of another cancer and a different color: teal represents awareness for ovarian cancer. “I am so passionate about this disease because I am a survivor going ...

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Tree Removal Will Cause Delays On SR-41

FISH CAMP — Heading from Oakhurst to Yosemite next week? Be prepared for delays, weather permitting. The Department of Transportation (Caltrans) announced today that beginning on Monday, Sept. 26, one-way traffic control will be in effect on State Route 41 in Mariposa County for five days as part of a tree removal project taking place in Madera and Mariposa counties. ...

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