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Class, The Body Pastiche, Closing Soon For Good

OAKHURST — Members of the local wellness center Class, the Body Pastiche, opened their emails on Saturday, Oct. 29 to news that was both unexpected and unwanted, as owner Virginia Eaton announced the doors will close for good in less than a month. “I have some news to share with you and while I wish I could share it with you ...

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Major Cyber Attack Knocks Popular Websites Offline

UNITED STATES — If you’ve tried to access one of your regular stops on the world wide web this morning without success, the problem may not be limited to you and your device. Scores of popular websites were reportedly offline today, following a major cyber attack on a service provider that is affecting sites primarily in the United States. Twitter, Netflix ...

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Lawson Studios Takes Over Idea Print Works

OAKHURST — Lawson Studios LLC has announced its acquisition of Idea Print Work. Victor Weitzel founded Idea Print Work, a screen printing and embroidery company with advertising specialty products, in 2000. Lawson Studios, a local family-owned business specializing in graphic and print design, will officially take over Idea Print Work on Oct. 25. Victor will be staying on to train ...

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Grand Re-Opening At Historic Hardware Store

B & B Hardware sees new life and a new owner. NORTH FORK — In this little town with a big heart lies one of California’s rare commodities these days – an old time hardware store with all the charm to boot. B & B Hardware has been around as long as most of us can remember and for the ...

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Steve’s Pet Shop Is On The Move

OAKHURST — Steve’s Pet Shop is on the move again. It’s not that owners Steve and Kristin Bateman are wild about moving, it’s just that they’ve outgrown their current space… again. “We’ll be moving into the old Grocery Discount Center Building at 49333 Road 426,” says Kristin. “Simply put, we’re out of space in our current building. We’ve pushed through ...

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Sierra Tel Open House And Chamber Mixer

OAKHURST — The community is invited to a delightful open house event as the Oakhurst Area Chamber of Commerce and Sierra Tel plan a mixer with food, fun, friends and prizes. If you’re a Sierra Tel customer you’ll most certainly want to be there, with a chance you could win something great as well as talk to that nice person who helps you ...

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Make Way For The Coarsegold Stampede

COARSEGOLD — Get ready to rodeo this September, as our own local venue known for its annual spring gathering goes completely pro for fall. The PRCA-sanctioned Coarsegold Stampede rolls into town on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 17 and 18, and it’s set up to be like nothing the area has seen before. “Our vision is simple,” says Kevin Tweed, owner with ...

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Crystal Tower Award Honors Robert Brosi, DDS

MADERA COUNTY — Oakhurst’s Robert Brosi, D.D.S. received a Crystal Tower Award Tuesday, Aug. 30 at the 13th Annual Business and Education Shareholders’ Luncheon hosted by the Madera County Compact. Both Dr. Brosi and Madera Agricultural Services were recognized for their partnership with Madera County schools in front of more than 175 business and community leaders. Each exemplifies the Madera County Compact’s mission, ...

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New Location For Branches Books & Gifts

OAKHURST — Branches Books & Gifts has relocated to a newly renovated 1,500-square-foot storefront in the Old Mill Village Shopping Center. The store was previously located in the Junction Plaza Center. The new larger space allows the shop to expand its inventory and offer more books, educational toys and, as owner Anne Driscoll likes to say, other awesomeness. The bookshop opened ...

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Stay Cool, Drink More

By Virginia Eaton — Playing golf in the summer has some special perks. When you hit the ball on a fairway hardened from the heat it rolls a long, long way. Sometimes it evens rolls in the right direction, which makes me want to do the happy dance. Long roll aside, temperatures in the mid-90s also make the muscles and ...

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