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Nominate Your Community Hero For Annual Chamber Awards

EASTERN MADERA COUNTY — The Oakhurst Area Chamber of Commerce is now accepting nominations for the 2016 Woman of the Year, Man of the Year, and Business of the Year Awards. The 2016 awards will be presented at the annual Chamber Installation Dinner and Awards Ceremony, to be held at the Tenaya Lodge in Fish Camp on Friday, Jan. 20. ...

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Welcome Back Aboard The USS John R. Perry, 1967-68

COARSEGOLD — Former Navy man and area resident John Zingrich wanted to reconnect with shipmates on the USS John R. Perry, a destroyer escort ship that then-Naval Petty Officer Zingrich sailed on for two years in 1967 – 68 during the Vietnam era. To do this, he created a website and now, his fellow shipmates are posting pictures and memories, and catching up after ...

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Cal Fire MMU Transitions Out Of Peak Fire Season

MARIPOSA – Recent rains and cooler temperatures across the region have lowered the threat of wildfires allowing Cal Fire’s Madera-Mariposa- Merced Unit (MMU) to transition out of peak fire season effective Monday, Nov. 14, at 8 a.m. in Madera, Mariposa and Merced Counties. “The 2016 fire season was challenging throughout the State of California, and the Madera-Mariposa-Merced Unit was very ...

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Learn To Write Grants At This Free Workshop

NORTH FORK — The Sierra Nevada Conservancy is offering a free workshop, “Introduction to Grant Writing,” on Dec. 6 and 7, in North Fork. This two-day intensive workshop is focused on building grant writing skills for organizations and agencies in the Sierra Nevada region. “The Sierra Nevada Conservancy (SNC) looks to the organizations, agencies, and local governments in the region ...

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Election Results For Madera County

MADERA COUNTY — Votes are still being counted at this hour in the Madera County election, and are being continuously updated at votemadera.com. For a complete tally of Madera County election results, click here. For state-wide results, click here.

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The History Mystery #46

NORTH FORK — The Sierra Mono Museum would like to know who these ladies are, and where the picture was taken and when. We have it displayed in the museum but we don’t have the important information on these ladies. Thanks Cindy Sierra Mono Museum (559) 877-2115 MonoMuseum@gmail.com For more History Mysteries of the Central Sierra foothills, click here. Follow-up ...

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Funding Available to Help With Tree Mortality

CALIFORNIA — The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in California is expanding its initiative to assist private forestland owners in addressing tree mortality and other drought-related damage to improve forest health. NRCS will provide financial assistance for landowners with dead and dying conifer forest trees in certain counties. Removing dead tree debris and other woody material will also help ...

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Haley Phillips Update And Fundraiser

MOUNTAIN AREA — Michelle Sullivan walked into her daughter Haley Phillips’ room at Community Regional Medical Center, put her backpack on a chair, and suddenly heard the words she’s been yearning for. “Hi, Mom,” said Haley, 20, in a low and raspy voice. That’s something every mom likes to hear but this one hadn’t since Haley was involved in a catastrophic ...

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Public Safety Tax & Tree Mortality Funding On Town Hall Agenda

OAKHURST — Tom Wheeler will hold his final Town Hall meeting of the year this Thursday, Nov. 10, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Oakhurst Community Center. Items on the agenda include the proposed Public Safety Sales Tax, slated to be put before voters in March 2017. Georgiena Vivian, President of VRPA Technologies, will give a detailed presentation about ...

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Diabetes and Hypertension Crisis- You Can Help

Submitted by Haley Gostanian —  MADERA COUNTY — In last few years, there has been an alarming increase of chronic disease diagnoses in our communities. By 2050, it is estimated that one in three Americans will be diagnosed with diabetes. A startling 1.4 million Americans are diagnosed with diabetes every year, and 30 million children and adults currently have been ...

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