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Ponderosa Internet Problems Tied To Modem

NORTH FORK – Some residents who have Ponderosa Internet have been experiencing problems connecting to email and the web over the weekend. It seems that a particular modem is the culprit, and they will help you get back online if you give them a call. Ponderosa has posted this item on their website:

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Memorial Services For Bob McKee Sr.

OAKHURST – Memorial services for Robert (Bob) Abner McKee (1920-2013) will be held on Saturday, May 25, at 2 p.m. at Sierra Vista Presbyterian Church at 39696 Hwy 41 in Oakhurst, Bob McKee, Sr., passed away peacefully in his sleep at the age of 92 on Monday, May 6, surrounded by his family.

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Sierra Cowboy Riders Entertain At CRCD Fundraiser

NORTH FORK – Tim Johnson, who played seven years with Sons of San Joaquin, and his new band, the Sierra Cowboy Riders will entertain all comers at the CRCD Spring Fling, May 18, at North Fork Town Hall. Festivities begin at 5 p.m. with a no-host, bar, auction and silent auction. Supervisor Tom Wheeler will be BBQ crew chief for ...

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Sierra Video Closes After 26 Years

NORTH FORK – After more than 26 years in business on North Fork’s main street, Sierra Video will be closing its doors at the end of the month. What has been a mainstay in the community for decades will be sorely missed, not only because folks won’t be able to pick up a movie on their way up the mountain, ...

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Sober Grad Is Last Hurrah For Sierra Lanes

OAKHURST – A very special night is being planned for Yosemite High School (YHS) graduating Seniors. On June 7, following the graduation ceremony, participating students will head over to Sierra Lanes bowling alley for Sober Grad, a tradition that dates back decades and costs nothing to the graduates.

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Round Table Pizza Recognized For Community Work

Local Business Receives Crystal Tower Award for Exemplary School Partnerships OAKHURST – Round Table Pizza was recognized for their partnerships with Madera County schools in front of more than 150 business and community leaders at the 10th annual Business and Education Shareholders’ Luncheon on May 8, hosted by the Madera County Compact. Accepting the award for Round Table Pizza were ...

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Robert McKee, Sr.

Written by Bob McKee, Jr. My father, Bob McKee senior, passed away peacefully in his sleep at the age of 92 early Monday morning May 6 surrounded by his family. He had a full life and is survived by his loving wife Loretta, 4 sons, Matt (wife Wilma), Tim (wife Trish), Mike (wife Arlene), and Bob (partner Jennifer), 10 grandchildren ...

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Denny's Restaurant Remodel Moving Forward

OAKHURST – While work continues on the new Denny’s restaurant in Oakhurst, residents wait and wonder how soon they will be ready to open. Dev Sagar, new owner along with his wife Sunita, says they are working through the permitting process and can’t give a date certain until that is complete and inspections are done.

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Brand New Bookstore Branches Into Oakhurst

OAKHURST – In yet another sign of good times to come, residents can now look forward to a new book and gift store in town, with the as-yet-unspecified but coming-soon opening of Branches. The new store is described on official company documents as “books, gifts and awesomeness.”

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