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Coach Calls Sierra Lanes Closure "Tragic"

OAKHURST – The sounds of kids laughing and pins falling and parents cheering was bittersweet at Sierra Lanes on Wednesday, as the upcoming closure of the bowling alley loomed over everyone’s heads. The news that the building has been sold to make way for a Grocery Outlet has hit hard in this tight-knit group. On June 7, after the Sober ...

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Local Teens Head To State Bowling Championships

OAKHURST – Two area teenagers are on their way to the 2013 California Pepsi Youth Bowling Championships in Daly City this weekend. Ryan Kramer, 14, Yosemite High Student, and Breanna Day, 16, who attends Minarets High School, both qualified for the championships with their scores at District #4 Finals, held on Mar. 9 -10 at Valley Bowl in Madera.

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Anette Poplarchick To Be Honored At H.O.W. Dinner

OAKHURST – Helping One Woman (H.O.W.) will be honoring Anette Poplarchick at their monthly dinner at Di Cicco’s in Oakhurst on Wednesday, May 15, at 6 p.m. Anette suffered severe injuries in a head-on collision near YLP on Easter Sunday morning. She is recovering at home, with husband Rod taking time off work to be with her.

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OCI Raiders Capture Mountain Area Championships

OAKHURST – With only a handful of weeks left before school lets out for summer break, spring sports are over and Oak Creek Intermediate (OCI) girls’ basketball and boys’ soccer have big wins to celebrate. OCI Raiders girls’ basketball players finished their season undefeated, capturing the 2013 Mountain Area Championship on Friday, April 26 at Yosemite High School.

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Photographer Showcases Arctic At Oakhurst Audubon Program

OAKHURST – Everyone treasures one or more places in the world, near or distant, that are special to that individual. Those places fill our memories with yearning, they inspire our spirit to commune with the eternal, and best of all, they nurture our hearts to love. It might be a white coral beach, a forest grove in winter, a canyon ...

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Low-Cost Summer Soccer Camp For Kids

OAKHURST – Is your exuberant youngster looking for a way to kick up a little dirt on the soccer field this summer? If so, there’s good news from the Bass Lake Education Foundation (BLEF). The nonprofit BLEF is offering a week-long (that’s 5 half-days) soccer camp for youth ages 6-12 years, kicking off on July 15 at the Yosemite High ...

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"The Love Of Three Oranges" at YHS Theater

OAKHURST – What do you get when you combine 17th century scenarios with contemporary high school students? Answers will be forthcoming at the new Yosemite High School Theater Arts Department spring play, “The Love of Three Oranges,” presented May 2, 3 and 4, at 7 p.m. in the YHS Theater. Theater arts teacher Lars Thorson says the “foolish modern fairytale” ...

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Just Days Left To Join Sierra Art Trails 2013

Submitted by Michelle Sonoqui Gillette – Sierra Art Trails is “Calling all Artists and Artisans…for the the 11th annual Sierra Art Trails Open Studio Tour for 2013.” Only one more week for artists to send in their application! Now in its 11th year, Sierra Art Trails Open Studio Tour has earned a reputation for excellence, and is highly anticipated by ...

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Kinetic Eclectic Sorensen Sculpture Now Graces Gallery Row

OAKHURST – Those traveling to and fro on Highway 41 near Gallery Row may notice a new addition to the area’s rich and eclectic art scene: a 16′ kinetic culmination of a dream known as the Sorensen Sculpture Project, developed by Sierra Art Trails and its Public Art Fund. The strong and whimsical piece is the work of award-winning metal ...

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Here's Your Chance To "B" In The Movies

OAKHURST – Jeffrey S. Murray Productions – HARMUR Entertainment is holding a casting call on Saturday, Apr. 27, at the Golden Chain Theatre in Oakhurst. The company is now in pre-production on a new feature film, and is seeking male and female actors for featured roles, plus positions for female models and dancers.

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