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Cigarette Shack Sisters Say So Long

COARSEGOLD — The Cigarette Shack has closed its doors as of Sept. 30, after nearly 18 years in business. The little red and white building with the friendly twin gals inside has had its last day selling smokes and accessories. People stopped by to visit, make some last-day purchases or share hugs and memories as Julie and Jean continued the ...

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YLP Couple Thanks Firefighters With BBQ

YOSEMITE LAKES PARK – For residents of YLP, this has been a stressful summer, with one suspicious fire after another keeping everyone on edge. One thing that helped residents hold on to some sense of safety and sanity was the quick and efficient response of their local firefighters, and folks in the YLP community wanted to say thanks.

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Search For Firefighter Ends In Tragedy

NEW MEXICO – After a week of searching for hometown boy Token Adams, the Carson National Forest has released this tragic news: We are sad to announce that the body of Jemez Ranger District Engine Captain Token Adams has been located. Token was dispatched to locate a smoke reported on Friday, Aug. 30. Search efforts began late Friday afternoon and ...

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Meet the "Waving Man" of Coarsegold

COARSEGOLD – Reader Sherri Buchanan wrote in with a story suggestion about “the wonderfully inspiring man who stands on 425C and 41 and welcomes the commuters with a wave and a smile. We would love to know more about him.” You may have seen the man Sherri refers to if you head south of Deadwood on 41 in the early ...

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Coarsegold Historic Museum

Please ” Like ” us on Facebook, spread the word about our gem of a Museum. Bring a sack lunch and enjoy under the old oaks. Share our local history. When was the last time you were on highway 41, near the Casino.. Did you see a little sign saying Coarsegold Historic Museum? Have you visited, called for the open ...

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Coarsegold Rallies For Veterans Stand Down

COARSEGOLD – The stage was set, both figuratively and literally, as about 300 people came and went outside Yosemite Lakes Community Church for a day-long celebration of those who have served in the United States armed forces. Known as a Veterans Stand Down, the event was organized by Caring Veterans of America, with the help of many along the way.

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Caring Vets Sponsor Coarsegold Stand Down

COARSEGOLD – All veterans and their families are invited to a very special Veterans’ Stand Down on Saturday, Aug. 17 from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. at Yosemite Lakes Community Church. Organizers including Commander Terry Cole encourage any and all veterans to stop by for free services throughout the day, including refreshments, music and entertainment, all sponsored by Caring Veterans ...

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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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