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Free Workshop For New Business Owners

OAKHURST — Do you have a new business, or plan to start one? If so, you may want to attend a free workshop sponsored by the Oakhurst Area Chamber of Commerce. The meeting will address various resources available to businesses, including the 2016 Basic Sales and Use Tax seminars and Online Filing Clinics available through the California State Board of Equalization. The ...

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Branches Books & Gifts Plans A Move

OAKHURST — Great news for book lovers and anyone who knows the charm and versatility of Branches Books and Gifts. Soon, it’s getting bigger. Branches will be moving to a 1,500 square-foot storefront in the Vons Shopping Center on Thursday, Sept. 1, next to Big Kahuna Yogurt and North Shore clothing. Branches is currently located in the Junction Plaza Center ...

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Valero Corner Store Has New Owners, Future Uncertain

OAKHURST — Arguably the busiest convenience store in the Oakhurst area is about to have a new look as new owners take over the business. The Valero Corner Store, located at 40475 Highway 41, has been purchased along with 75 other California locations and 3 in Wyoming, by the 7-Eleven Corporation. The Corner Store was owned by CST Brands out ...

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Breakfast With The Badges At Bass Lake

BASS LAKE — Get to know your local law enforcement while enjoying breakfast overlooking the lake at Miller’s Landing. Sheriff Jay Varney and deputies from the Madera County Sheriff’s Office, along with officers from the CHP, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife and the U.S. Forest Service will be available on Saturday, June 11, from 8 to 11 a.m., ...

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Get That Mess Cleaned Up! We Can Do It!

MOUNTAIN AREA — It’s the weekend. You’d love to be hiking or fishing, hanging out at the lake, or just relaxing with a good book. But with the overwhelming number of jobs that need doing around the house, you’re likely falling way behind on weedeating, hauling things away, sprucing up the property, and splitting up wood from all those dead ...

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Jennifer Moss Introduces “Friend Of The Family”

OAKHURST — Fans of local author Jennifer Moss won’t want to miss a celebration of her most recent book — the fourth in a series — at Branches Books on Friday, May 6 from 5 to 7 p.m. Friend of the Family is the latest in the author’s series of “mysteries with a metaphysical twist” featuring Detective Ryan Doherty and ...

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Downtown North Fork Welcomes “A Bit Of Everything”

Written by Lluvia Moreno — NORTH FORK — There has been a lot of buzz around town about the Grand Opening of several businesses on Friday, Apr. 1, including A Bit of Everything, owned by North Fork resident Christina DeGracia. A Bit of Everything offers just what the name suggests, from items such as camping gear and sporting goods, to ...

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Willow Creek Catering Grand Opening Friday

NORTH FORK — Friday, Apr. 1, will be a day of celebration as three new businesses open in downtown North Fork. One of the stand-outs is Willow Creek Catering. Owner and culinary expert of Willow Creek Catering, Dawn Pliche’, has been a Head Chef in the Yosemite, Oakhurst and the central Sierra mountain area for over 15 years. Dawn has ...

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The Gnarly Carrot Set For Grand Opening

NORTH FORK — North Fork is about to welcome a long-anticipated business to downtown – a local, natural, seasonally changing market – the “Gnarly Carrot.” Everyone involved with the Kern Family Farm has been working for the past several years to make this dream a reality, and on Apr. 1, their grand opening will celebrate all that hard work. The ...

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Back 2 Basics: You’re Covered

OAKHURST — Living in a beautiful rural area, as we do, blissfully secluded from the convenience of chain department stores, it can often be tricky to find what you need in new clothing without going to Fresno. This is especially true when it comes to certain, ahem, unmentionables. It would be remiss, then, if we failed to mention that lack-of-wardrobe problems are ...

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