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Frank Koop – Inspired Teacher & Coach

Written by Barbara Grow In a small town, tucked away in the Sierra Foothills, a swim coach, physics and chemistry teacher left a lasting impact on the lives of hundreds of students. Coach Frank Koop took a scrawny, sick little freshman and made a racer out of him, in the water and in the classroom. That’s the kind of man ...

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Local Favorite – El Cid

I stopped by El Cid the other day to get the scoop on their Margaritas, and a few other things. When I asked how many Margaritas are served in a typical day, Tony pondered and said they go through about two cases of Tequila a day. My friends, that makes a lot of Margaritas. If you were to guess how ...

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Electric Vehicles – North Fork Welcomes You!

Electric vehicles in the mountain area?! Yes, we got ’em! OK not a lot, but we’ve got to start somewhere and Don Loweburg, long time resident of North Fork and owner of Offline Solar, along with the North Fork Community Development Council (NFCDC) have made electric vehicles and their owners more welcome to travel, play and stay in our communities. ...

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Cyber-Sports Cafe Serves A Mean Burger

What’s new at Mountain Mayhem? If you haven’t been to Mountain Mayhem lately, or if you’ve never been, you should make it a point to get there soon. You will be pleasantly surprised. I spoke with owners Chris and Vali Short about how their business has grown and evolved, and grabbed a quote from their website. “What are we you ...

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A Celebration Of Betty Lyon's Life

Grace Community Church in North Fork was overflowing on Friday, July 6, 2012, with friends and family in celebration of the life of Betty Lyons. The Citizens On Patrol were well represented at the services, as Betty and Ed spent almost 10 years volunteering in this organization.

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Forrest Kirk Lewis

Dearest Friends and Family, Our dear Forrest has died. He was brother, son, partner, father, friend, nephew, cousin, coworker, big help and smile bringer to many of us. He died suddenly, collapsing into Aimee’s arms. Although his time on Earth was way too short, he left from a place of good health and happiness, having achieved most recently great satisfaction ...

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Betty Lyons – A Life Remembered

Written by Barbara Grow If you were to Google “Betty Lyons, North Fork” and you might be surprised at the number and variety of pages that pop up. To those who knew Betty, it would be no surprise at all. She had her hand in anything that had to do with helping and reaching out to others. She had a ...

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Madera County Wine Wins Gold

Chalk up another win for Madera County wines, which can certainly hold their own against the big name wine regions. At the prestigious Orange County Fair Wine Competition, held June 5th and 6th at the Hilton Costa Mesa, our local wines continued the make a name for themselves within the wine industry and with wine enthusiasts. Ray and Tammy Krause, ...

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