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Stavast Returns To Gallery Row Post-Stroke

Submitted by Jenny Castillo OAKHURST – During a recent visit to Gallery Row, you may have seen that for the first time in 20 years Stavast Studio Gallery was not open as usual. After a lifetime of good health, local artist Stephen Stavast has had some significant life changes recently. At the end of February, Stavast was hospitalized for an ...

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People, Places and Second Chances

Submitted by Lori Howard OAKHURST – It isn’t often that life allows you a second chance. We had the opportunity to host Miguel and Anna Perez-Spuch from Madrid, Spain this week. We see people from all over the world at our bed and breakfast near Yosemite National Park, but none with a story like Anna and Miguel’s.

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The Bahá’í Faith

The Bahá’í Faith is the youngest of the world’s independent monotheistic religions. Founded in Iran in 1844, it now has more than five million adherents in 236 countries and territories. Bahá’ís come from nearly every national, ethnic and religious background, making the Bahá’í Faith the second most-widespread religion in the world. Bahá’ís view the world’s major religions as a part ...

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Broken Bit Website For Retail Tenants

COARSEGOLD – Pavilion Properties announces the launch of a new website for their Broken Bit retail complex. Developed by social networking firm Local Social in cooperation with Moss Web Works, the site was created to attract tenants to the complex located in Coarsegold on the road to Yosemite National Park.

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Simple To Superb Sale Before Move Online

OAKHURST – UPDATE Friday, May 29 – Owner Krista Gorman announced recently: “I decided to close out the physical location of the shop. Our last day open will be Saturday, May 30.” After that the store will only be online, Krista says, and she intends to have free local shipping within 40 miles of Oakhurst.

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Farmer's Market Returns To Bass Lake

BASS LAKE — The Bass Lake Chamber of Commerce has officially announced the opening of the 2015 Certified Farmer’s Market at the Pines Village in Bass Lake starting on Wednesday, May 13, from 4 to 7 p.m.. Organizers say this ongoing event has proven to be one of the most popular in the mountain area and has been eagerly awaited ...

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Foster Sells Sears After 18 Years

OAKHURST – Sears Hometown Store owner Dwan Foster announced that she has sold the business and the building, and Saturday, May 2, will be Dwan’s last day as the owner/operator of Oakhurst’s Sears store. “After 18 years as a Sears Hometown Store owner, I am saying goodbye,” says Foster. “Doug Roelle and his company have purchased my store and will ...

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Coarsegold Business Expo Promotes Networking

COARSEGOLD – Local community organizers are anticipating a big turnout for the Coarsegold Business Expo at the Community Center on Thursday, Apr. 30. The Expo runs from 4 – 7 p.m. and is sponsored by the Coarsegold Chamber of Commerce. Members and others look forward to a relaxed and informative environment for making new contacts and running into old friends. ...

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North Fork Bioenergy Project Community Meeting

NORTH FORK – A community meeting on the North Fork Bioenergy Project will be held on Wednesday, Apr. 29, at Fire Station 11 on the Old Mill Site, 33400 Douglas Ranger Station Road from 5:30 to 8 p.m. This event is hosted by the North Fork Community Development Council and coordinated by the Sierra Resource Conservation District.

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Slim's Koffee Shak Celebrates Oakhurst Location

OAKHURST – Slim’s Koffee Shak, a home-grown mountain bistro, has been a vital part of North Fork for several years, serving up fresh food, much of it from local sources. Now owner Scott Marsh is opening a second location in Oakhurst at 40879 Highway 41, in the storefront where The Grind coffee shop once lived in the Silver Creek Center. ...

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