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Yosemite Renaissance Presents “A Week In The Park”

OAKHURST — Yosemite Renaissance is proud to present “A Week in the Park,” Plein Air Works by Trowzers Akimbo and Friends. The work will be on display at Gallery 5, 40983 Highway 41, Suite 5, in Oakhurst from June 10 through 22, with a special reception on Saturday, June 17, from 5:30 to 9 p.m., featuring live music and food. ...

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Dispose Of Hazardous Household Waste Free At YHS Event

OAKHURST — This is your chance to clean out that garage or shed, get rid of that broken TV, or dispose of paint and dangerous chemicals. Madera County is sponsoring a one-day hazardous waste disposal event on Saturday, June 17, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at Yosemite High School, 50200 Road 427 in Oakhurst. None of the items listed ...

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Biking With Bob: Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky

Editor’s Note: Longtime Oakhurst resident Bob Kaspar continues his epic ride across the United States from California, through Kansas and beyond, heading toward his hometown in Massachusetts. From Wichita the route heads directly east on US Route 400 through the Flint Hills and later the Osage Hills of eastern Kansas, then into the Ozarks of southern Missouri and across the ...

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Vintage Car Parts And June Discounts At Cause 4 Paws

OAKHURST — June is a big sale month at local thrift shop, A Cause 4 Paws, says store owner Vickie Deane. All jackets are 75 percent off and any store item that has a lime green tag is 50 percent off. These discounts apply all month long. Those in the community who may refurbish vintage autos, make note: Vickie received a large ...

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Last Chance For Altar At The Met

OAKHURST — With clouds rolling over town and a full moon in the sky, what better time is there to see the locally-filmed, haunting horror movie Altar? It’s now playing at The Met Cinema, and this is its last week. The award-winning horror flick was written and directed by local filmmaker Matt Sconce, co-owner of The Met. Showtimes This is Matt’s seventh feature ...

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Full Honey Moon Is Lowest Of The Year

EARTH – Known as the honey moon for its sometimes-amber color, or strawberry moon for seasonal abundance, the June moon is technically full at 5:10 a.m. PST on Friday, June 9. It’s the lowest and to the eye appears to be the smallest moon of the year when viewed from the Northern Hemisphere. What looks like a bright star nearby is actually ...

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Riley And The Animal Compassion Team

RAYMOND — Riley Hardison will be a sophomore in high school this fall and, thanks to a project began at Raymond-Knowles School, she and her mom have fostered nearly 100 dogs at their home in just about a year-and-a-half. Not all at once, Riley is quick to point out! Riley, 14, is a Yosemite High School student, where her mother, Rebecca, is a teacher. ...

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Roger Allen Schneider

Roger Allen Schneider passed away June 2, 2017, at the age of 71. He was born on Dec.26, 1945, in Fresno, Calif., to Lois and Theodore. A mountain area resident for more than 40 years, his generosity extended throughout the community and has left a lasting impact. After being an employee of PG&E for over 20 years, Roger left the ...

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Flag Day Celebration At Oakhurst Lutheran Church

OAKHURST — Continuing a tradition held since 2009, Oakhurst Lutheran Church will hold a celebration in honor of Flag Day on Wednesday, June 14. Again this year, the event will take place in the memorial garden at the church, with the ceremony at the veterans’ monument, starting with dinner at 6 p.m. Dinner and dessert includes a tri-tip sandwich, chips, soda and ...

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Juvenile Escapes Serious Injury In Rollover Crash

COARSEGOLD — A two-vehicle accident blocked traffic on Highway 41 for over an hour this afternoon. Shortly after 1 p.m. a 16-year old male from Coarsegold was southbound on Highway 41 just south of Serpa Canyon in a Jeep Wrangler, when he “zoned out,” he told CHP. The Jeep left the right side of the roadway, hit a rock, pitched up ...

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