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Leading Is Teaching: Minarets

Schools and students have been active participants in communities since they first began. School is a place in which most families are connected and a place that represents the future of the community in which they are located. So the idea of schools teaching community service is nothing new in the education world. However, using technology to approach real world ...

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Register Now For Minarets Car Show

O’NEALS — Minarets High School is getting ready to start their engines for the Second Annual Minarets Car Show on Oct. 12, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The show is an octane-fueled fundraising effort for about 20 Minarets students who will travel to Greece and Italy in June of 2014. Admission to the event is free to the public.

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Minarets High Honors One Of Their Own

Written by Don Grove O’NEALS – Joe Lee graduated from Minarets High in the spring of 2013. He then joined the U.S. Marine Corps and graduated from boot camp on Friday, Sept. 6. He is currently home on leave until he reports to Camp Pendleton in Southern California for additional training.

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Joe Lee Honored at Minarets High School

O’NEALS – Joe Lee graduated from Minarets High this spring. He then joined the U.S. Marine Corps and graduated from boot camp on Friday, Sept. 6. He is currently home on leave until he reports to Camp Pendleton in Southern California for additional training.

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First Kids Triathlon A Total Success

Submitted by Race Directors Carrie Waltner and Michelle Miller BASS LAKE — The first annual MyTri Youth Triathlon held at Miller’s Landing Resort was an incredible success. We hosted 104 tri-athletes, aged 5-17 years old, 78 volunteers, 300 spectators, and boasted 42 community sponsors.

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Raise Your Voice With Community Choir

NORTH FORK – If you have ever sung in a choir or have ever wanted to, now is the time. The renowned North Fork Community Choir is warming up for winter and they want you to join. “One of the things that’s awesome about this choir is that you don’t even have to audition,” says choir conductor Gina Clugston. “It’s ...

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Body In North Fork Identified, Another Arrest Made

MADERA COUNTY – A husband and wife are now in jail in connection with the death of a North Fork man. Sheriff John Anderson announced today that the body recovered in North Fork on Friday, Sept. 6, has been positively identified as 29-year-old Christopher Garrity, who reportedly went missing two weeks ago. Garrity’s brother and sister-in-law are now both behind ...

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Search For Firefighter Ends In Tragedy

NEW MEXICO – After a week of searching for hometown boy Token Adams, the Carson National Forest has released this tragic news: We are sad to announce that the body of Jemez Ranger District Engine Captain Token Adams has been located. Token was dispatched to locate a smoke reported on Friday, Aug. 30. Search efforts began late Friday afternoon and ...

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Body Discovered In North Fork, Arrest Made

NORTH FORK – The end of Willow Creek Drive in North Fork has been taped off as a crime scene as investigators begin the work of processing the scene and learning the identity of a deceased person discovered on a property near the end of the road. According to Erica Stuart, Madera County Sheriff’s Office Public Information Officer, deputies had ...

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Math? We've Got An App For That

Submitted by Minarets High School O’NEALS – When freshmen walked into their Math classes at Minarets High School this year, it was clear that things were different. With Common Core State Standards being implemented statewide, the staff at Minarets decided to take advantage of the change in philosophy. Minarets, which prides itself on a 21st century approach, is tackling Math ...

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