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Reading Was So Delicious At North Fork Library

NORTH FORK – Avid summer readers who participated in the North Fork Library’s Summer Reading program gathered at the library on Wednesday, July 24, to receive recognition for their achievements over the past six weeks. The theme for the 2013 Summer Reading Program was “Reading Is So Delicious,” and 66 kids participated in North Fork.

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Helicopters To Stage At Old Mill Site

NORTH FORK – Residents in the area will be hearing the sounds of helicopters taking off and landing at the Old Mill Site over the next few weeks. The Community Development Council (CDC) has entered into an agreement with the US Forest service to allow them to use the property for staging helicopters for use on the Aspen Fire burning ...

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Can You Hear Me Now? North Fork Cell Tower Online!

NORTH FORK – Over a year from the time the Madera County Board of Supervisors approved the conditional use permit for a Verizon Cell Tower in North Fork, residents can finally phone home. Verizon customers all over North Fork are reveling in the fact that can now make a cell phone call from La Cabana or Slim’s Koffee Shak in ...

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Mustangs Youth Football Registration

COARSEGOLD – Time to round up the Mustangs, as Minarets Youth Football program sign-ups are scheduled for Saturday, July 27 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Hillside Supermarket. Hillside is located at 28420 Yosemite Springs Pkwy. Minarets Youth Football is a mountain area league that serves kids from age 8 through 8th grade and includes students from all school ...

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Fire In North Fork Near Transfer Station

NORTH FORK – A small vegetation fire that started along Road 274 near Road 225 yesterday was contain and controlled in short order, and is under investigation. At about 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 23, Tim Maynard was walking along Road 274 just west of the 3-way stop at Road 225, when he saw someone flick something out the window ...

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Dozens Of Sweet Rides Cruise Into North Fork

NORTH FORK – Over 40 classic car owners proudly displayed their prized possessions all along North Fork’s main street on Friday evening during the first annual Collector Car Cruise-In. It turned out far better than we even imagined,” said Scott Marsh, North Fork Chamber of Commerce president, owner of Slim’s Koffee Shak and event organizer.

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Aligned In Body, Mind & Spirit

NORTH FORK — If you’ve ever had the pleasure of massage therapy for any reason, you’re probably aware of how beneficial the process can be. It’s essential to overall well-being, believes Karen McAleece, who is certified as both a Structural Integrationist and and Swedish Massage Therapist. Her business, “Time to Align,” is located in the North Fork Center for Harmony.

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North Fork Hosts Classic Car Cruise-In

NORTH FORK – Dozens of classic cars, hot rods and restored vehicles will be featured at the North Fork Collector Car Appreciation Day Cruise-In on Friday night, July 12, in downtown North Fork. All across the country, lovers of classic cars will be hosting events to commemorate this fourth annual celebration, and the North Fork Chamber of Commerce and Visitors ...

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North Fork Author Provides Free Book Downloads

“How to Get Things Done in a Small Town” NORTH FORK – When Elissa Brown moved to North Fork in 2000, she wasn’t sure how she would fit in. She had moved from Oakland where she had worked first as a lawyer and then as a community and economic development specialist. What on earth would she do in a small ...

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Butterfield Ballad At Loggers Jamboree

NORTHFORK – Singer/songwriter Jean Butterfield is planning a special presentation at the North Fork Loggers Jamboree on Saturday, June 6 at 9:45 a.m., and it couldn’t be more apropos. The performance will take place just before the Pro-Am competitions. Singing her original song, “Window of Time,” Butterfield will be accompanied by Oakhurst resident Scott Stouder on the Djembe Drum. “Window ...

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