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Tenaya Job Fair This Saturday

FISH CAMP – Anyone interested in a career in hospitality is encourage to attend the Job Fair at the Tenaya Lodge, over two Saturdays, Feb. 23, and Mar. 9. from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Interviews will be conducted on site with Human Resources and Department Managers.

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Urgent Care Rumors Addressed

OAKHURST – There have been rumors around town that Urgent Care is closing. So we contacted Mary Lisa Russell, Senior Communications Specialist at Community Medical Centers, who sent us a statement from their Chief Executive Officer.

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Reimer's Candies & Gifts Opens Soon In Oakhurst

OAKHURST – Everyone is busy inside the new Reimer’s Candies & Gifts in Oakhurst, as preparations are underway to fill the newly remodeled space with goodies and open in the next few weeks. For more than 50 years, Reimer’s has been hand-crafting sweet treats at the little red candy factory in Three Rivers, Ca., and more recently at their second ...

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Local Company Creates Award-Winning Music Software

OAKHURST – A leading manufacturer of innovative music production and multi-track recording software announces that its flagship product has won an industry award. Mixcraft 6, from Acoustica, Inc., received the 2013 Electronic Musicians Editors’ Choice Award in the Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) category, at the winter National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) convention in Anaheim, California. Acoustica was founded in ...

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El Cid Replaces Patio With New Dining Area

OAKHURST – Anyone driving by El Cid Mexican Restaurant in the past few weeks may have noticed the construction happening on the north side of the building. They have torn down the patio-type area, and are building a brand new 1,600 sq. ft. addition, completely enclosed, and with room to add another bar area in the future.

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Finally! Movement On North Fork Cell Tower

NORTH FORK – The long-awaited cell tower project planned for the Cascadel Woods area is moving forward at last. The Madera County Planning Department reports that plans were submitted by Complete Wireless Consulting, contractor for Verizon Wireless, on Jan. 29. Everything is now under review by the various County Departments, including Planning, Special Districts, Fire, Roads, Building and Environmental Health.

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Mountain Candies' Sweet Success: Owners Retire After 30 Years

OAKHURST – Mountain Candies owners Jim and Cindy Pogue have been quietly letting customers know that after 30 years in business, the treasured shop will close following Valentine’s Day. Cindy assures the community that this isn’t “good-bye,” just “see you somewhere else,” and took some time between fielding phone calls and selling fresh candy and other inventory to answer some ...

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Hillyards Lock The Doors At The 'Ol Kettle For The Last Time

OAKHURST – It was a poignant but exciting day for Bob and Ruth Hillyard at the ‘Ol Kettle Restaurant in Oakhurst today. Old friends and loyal customers gathered to say goodbye to what has been a mainstay of the community for almost 30 years. Bob and Ruth have run this family business since 1985 when they opened the Kettle at ...

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Pop's Family Restaurant Opens In Old Crab Cakes Location

OAKHURST – All-American food, home made soups and a friendly family atmosphere will be the order of the day at Pop’s Family Restaurant, which is moving from Bootjack to the old Crab Cakes location in Oakhurst. Owners Pete and Ena Zohos have operated Pop’s Sportsman Cafe in the Woodland area near Bootjack on Highway 49, for the past five years, ...

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I Love My T.D. Willey Box!

I always look forward to Thursday afternoons when I pick up my T.D. Willey Box which is dropped off at Nature’s Nutrients in Oakhurst. It is filled with wonderfully fresh locally grown organic vegetables and fruit, most picked 24 hours from delivery of my box. I always have a pretty big garden in the summer but haven’t grown much in ...

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