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Everyone Stays Warm Thanks To Girl Scouts

Girl Scouts amass a mountain of coats for mountain area folks COARSEGOLD – 15 girls in Girl Scout Troop 2866 have scoured closets, cleared out cedar chests and successfully collected 250 gently used coats and jackets as part of their “One Warm Coat” community service project. The project is dedicated to redistributing reusable coats, free of charge. The coats, all ...

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Free Smiles Saturday In Coarsegold

Local dentists provide no-cost care – COARSEGOLD – Look for smiles to be a little brighter this weekend, as three area dentists host the mountain community’s first Dentistry From The Heart (DFTH) event, providing a free day of dental care to more than 100 residents. DFTH takes place at Coarsegold Dental on Saturday, Nov. 10 from 8 a.m. to 5 ...

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Meet Your Hairy-Legged Neighbors

Tarantula Season In The Foothills COARSEGOLD – A little rain goes a long way towards coaxing hairy eight-legged creatures from their holes and onto trails in search of mates. Fall precipitation in the foothills usually brings about the appearance of Aphonopelma Iodius, known to some locals as the Fresno brown tarantula. Nowadays, arachnophobes need pay attention, as fist-sized fuzzy spiders ...

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Warming Communities One Coat At A Time

Written by Leigh Fisher Local Girl Scout coat drive helps area residents in need stay warm COARSEGOLD — The need has never been greater and it’s never been easier to make a difference in our mountain community. Here is your opportunity to make sure that nobody goes without such a basic necessity as a coat this winter. Coarsegold Girl Scout ...

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Coarsegold PTA Helps Students Brush Up On Art

COARSEGOLD – Students from Coarsegold Elementary were awash in colored chalk on a canvas of concrete the first week in September, marking the start of this year’s PTA Reflections Art Contest, and celebrating with a sidewalk mural day. Heather Gerard is the Vice President of Parental Involvement at the school, where 490 students are enrolled.

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Coarsegold Miner's Grill Opens For Business

There is a brand new restaurant in Coarsegold and it’s getting a lot of good reviews. I decided that I had to investigate. Bruce, Becky and Samantha Deaver opened Coarsegold Miner’s Grill in the Coarsegold Historic Village in early June. Mother and daughter run the daily operations with Becky cooking, Samantha serving and Bruce doing whatever else needs to be ...

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Pete Millar Ranch Grass Fed Beef

Where’s The Beef? A friend suggested that we try the organic beef at the little store in the Coarsegold Historic Village. Since my husband has become “freaked out” about eating beef due to reports of pink slime, mad cow disease, etc., I thought, “OK, lets try it.” I bought some short ribs, brought them home, and cooked them according to ...

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Bedolla Sports

Sports fans in the mountain area will be glad to know that they can now find NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, and Collegiate sports apparel, headwear, novelties, gifts, autographs, sports cards and much more at the new Bedolla Sports Store in the Historic Village in Coarsegold. Chris and Stephany Bedolla moved to the area from Indiana in October 2011, to be ...

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Raymond Parade This Weekend

The 26th Annual Raymond Parade steps off at 1pm this Saturday, April 21st, near the Raymond Cal Fire Station. This year’s Grand Marshalls are John and Linda Crippen, long-time residents of Raymond, and always active in community events, especially the annual parade. In addition to the parade, the day will be filled with old time family fun, including food booths ...

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