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Youth Soccer League Registration Now

COARSEGOLD – The late Scottish soccer manager Bill Shankly famously said, “[Soccer] is a matter of life and death, except more important.” Area kids ages 15 and under have a chance to find out of that’s true, provided they sign up for soccer soon. Mountain Area Youth Soccer League (MAYSL) registration is taking place now and the deadline for turning ...

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Tuesday Farmers Market At YLP

COARSEGOLD – Fresh fruit, vegetables and other local items are available at the Yosemite Lakes Park Farmers Market on Tuesdays from 4 to 7 p.m. The market is set up on the grassy area in front of the YLP Clubhouse. It’s very convenient for anyone headed home who wants something fresh and delicious to add to the dinner menu, and ...

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Two Vehicle Accident On Revis, Woman Airlifted

YOSEMITE LAKES PARK – Two vehicles collided at the intersection of Revis Road and West Revis Circle on Wednesday, July 31, resulting in injuries to one driver. A teen driver and passenger were southbound on Revis Road at about 1 p.m. in a 1998 Dodge Ram 2500 pickup. Carolyn Enlow, 72, of Ahwahnee had reportedly been visiting a friend on ...

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Truck Tears Down Power Lines In YLP

YOSEMITE LAKES PARK – A cable TV line hanging too low over the road appears to be the cause of a road closure and power outage along North Dome in Yosemite Lakes Park this afternoon. At about 3 p.m. on Thursday, July 18, a truck belonging to YRC Freight out of Fresno, was headed up North Dome from Ranger Circle, ...

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Krusherz Coach Sums Up Season

The Krusherz Travel Ball Club team (age 10 and under) is part of the Yosemite Girls Softball League (YGSL). Coach Patrick Flanagan provides a summary of recent games, thanking kids and parents for their participation. The team played three games and one practice game. We lost 14-2 against Tulare Thrills, we lost 13-4 against Kerman, and the 3rd game we ...

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Best Friends And Bitter Rivals

COARSEGOLD – Long time best friends Michael Leath and Mason Black will stand together even when they stand apart, perhaps across a football stadium when their college rivals play the Big Game. Leath just graduated from Yosemite High School, where Black walked the stage a year ago. Leath is headed to his first year at University of California Berkeley while ...

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Fire Station 10 Welcomes New Firefighters

YOSEMITE LAKES PARK – It was an evening of celebration and community as two new Paid Call Firefighters were pinned and three veterans were promoted and honored at Station #10 in Yosemite Lakes Park on Thursday, June 20. As Station 10 celebrates 30 years of serving the YLP community, Erik Lawson and Sean Kelley joined the ranks of the volunteers ...

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Family Freedom Fest July 4th

COARSEGOLD – Citizens are invited to the fourth Family Freedom Fest on Thursday, July 4, from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. at the Historic Coarsegold Village. Organizers have planned a free community event that “celebrates and honors our American Heritage, the Declaration of Independence, our Constitution, our Military and the open expression of how we can preserve our freedoms.”

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Big Fish, Big Smiles, Small Town Life

COARSEGOLD – You get up, you go to work. Pay some bills, maybe have not such a great day, but you get the job done and you’re ready to do it again tomorrow. You hop in the truck, grabbing your poles and pick your daughter up from dance class. Turns out, your day is about to get better. That’s how ...

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Coarsegold Classic Car Show

COARSEGOLD- As I wandered through the Coarsegold Classic Car Show on Saturday, I was curious about who was promoting the show and meandered over to the signup booth where I met up with Carolyn Mather, promoter and self professed “head volunteer”. First I asked who benefited from the show and she told me the Mana House of Oakhurst which I ...

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