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Locals! Get Your Daily Ducey’s On The Lake

BASS LAKE – Have you been to Ducey’s on the Lake lately? We’re talking: discounts. The signature restaurant at the Pines Resort is a mainstay for delicious cuisine, with a mouth-watering menu thanks to Chef Johnathan Frabotta, who cooks with an emphasis on fresh local ingredients and aims for flavors that jump off the plate. It’s pretty well-known that Ducey’s ...

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Oakhurst Chamber Hosts Elected Officials

BASS LAKE – The Oakhurst Area Chamber of Commerce will host a meeting of elected officials on Friday, Aug. 21 at the Bass Lake Conference Center Lake View Room at 12 p.m. State Senator Tom Berryhill, State Assembly Frank Bigelow, Madera County Supervisors Tom Wheeler of District 5 and Brett Frazier of District 1 will all be in attendance for ...

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Free Training For Workers Impacted By Drought

REEDLEY – Reedley College is offering a free class in Irrigation Technical Training that is open to the public. The class is offered to residents in the Fresno, Tulare, Kings or Madera Counties and will provide training to workers, employers and students that are currently unemployed or underemployed as a result of the drought. With the water technology industry needing ...

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Madera Ranked #1 Nationally For Manufacturing Jobs

MADERA COUNTY – The Madera Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA), which includes most of Madera County, has been highlighted and ranked in the coveted #1 position of best place for manufacturing jobs in a report published by Newgeography.com. According to the Madera County Economic Development Commission (MCEDC), the report documents a 59.8% growth rate in manufacturing jobs from 2009-2014. Additionally, Madera ...

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Grocery Discount Center Closing This Month

OAKHURST – The town is losing another locals’ favorite establishment as the proprietor of Grocery Discount Center on Road 426 announced she will shut the doors of the little-shop-that-has-everything, this month. “We are closing the store sometime mid-to-latter part of August,” said Anita Disney, who has owned the store for almost 8 years, most of those with her husband Randy. ...

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Career Fair For Tenaya Lodge At Yosemite

FISH CAMP – Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite is holding a Career Day on Tuesday, Aug. 11, in the Tenaya Lodge Foyer from 5 – 7 p.m. “Tenaya Lodge is seeking qualified candidates to join our four-diamond hospitality team,” say organizers. Positions are opening at Tenaya in departments including restaurant, housekeeping, spa, concierge, guest rec, bell, kitchen, gift shop, and engineering ...

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Oakhurst Chamber Picks Joelle Leder For Exec Director

OAKHURST – The Oakhurst Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the selection of a new Executive Director, Joelle V. Leder, who is set to begin her new position on Monday, Aug. 17. With more than ten years’ experience in sales, marketing, public relations, social media and as an Operations Director, the Chamber looks forward to Leder providing knowledge ...

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Free Golf Clinics For Juniors & Beginners

AHWAHNEE – Juniors and beginners can learn to golf for free at Sierra Meadows in the next month, as organizers plan to host a series golf clinics so locals and visitors can get a taste of what’s great about the sport. The two-hour workshops will be offered to the public at no charge by local golf pros Mike Best and Roger Lyon. The sessions ...

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Another Chance To Gaze & Graze the Tasteful Art

OAKHURST – The public is invited once again to Gaze and Graze at Timberline Gallery’s Celebration of Tasteful Art. The show is in its second week, and this Saturday, July 25, from 2 – 4 p.m., there’s a reception featuring a selection of delightful local restaurants serving treats alongside the fabulous renderings of their fine foods. Tasteful Art is a ...

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Chukchansi Working With Lenders To Reopen Casino

MADERA COUNTY – The Chukchansi Gold Resort & Casino could open by the end of 2015 as part of a $35 million deal, according to a statement from the Picayune Rancheria of Chukchansi Indians. The Business Journal is reporting that the Chukchansi Economic Development Authority (CEDA) expects to finalize an agreement with the National Indian Gaming Commission soon and has ...

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