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Neighborhood Volunteers Target Roadsides This Weekend

Miller’s Landing donates grand prize EASTERN MADERA COUNTY – Volunteers with Keep Our Mountains Beautiful (KOMB) will be rolling up their collective sleeves at Roadside Litter Cleanup day on Saturday, Oct. 13, from 8 a.m. until noon. If you choose to participate as well, every time you fill and return a trash bag, you’ll be awarded a ticket for the ...

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Visitors Bureau Debuts New Digital Display Sign

OAKHURST – The Yosemite Sierra Visitors Bureau recently debuted their new digital display sign that was purchased through a cooperative agreement with Yosemite National Park. The new sign, which measures a little more than five feet tall and six feet wide, will be used to convey messages about road conditions, upcoming events and other important information.

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Additional Flu Shot Clinic Added To Mountain Area Schedule

Get The Flu Shot, Not The Flu The Madera County Public Health Department is offering Flu Vaccinations at various clinic sites throughout the county. With budget cuts affecting everything, there was only one clinic scheduled in the mountain area. But there has been an additional drive-through flu clinic added to the schedule in North Fork on Tuesday, Oct. 30, from ...

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Regert Celebrates 45 Years With Farmers

OAKHURST – Richard “Rich” Regert is celebrating 45 years with Farmers Insurance this year, and his wife and business partner, Sharon, now has 25 years with the agency herself. Regert began his career with Farmers Insurance as an underwriter in 1966, becoming an agent in 1973. His parents both worked for Farmers, so in 1987 he moved to Oakhurst to ...

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Reimer's Candy To Open Store In Oakhurst

Oakhurst residents can look forward to a sweet addition to their town OAKHURST – For more than 50 years, Reimer’s Candies & Gifts has been hand-crafting sweet treats at the little red candy factory in Three Rivers, California. Now owners Lynn and Mary Ann Bretz are bringing their old-fashioned candy store and ice cream shop to the mountain area.

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Trouble Receiving Long Distance Phone Calls?

Local residents experiencing problems receiving phone calls from out-of-town callers MARIPOSA — Many people living in our community and surrounding areas are experiencing intermittent problems receiving long-distance phone calls. This is a national issue related to how a long distance carrier routes calls to you. Your local phone companies are trying to resolve this problem, and need your help.

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Local Boutique Is Simply Superb

OAKHURST – Simple to Superb Local Boutique invites everyone to the first of what they hope will become an annual wine tasting event on Friday, Sept. 21, from 6 to 8 p.m. Those attending will have the opportunity to see what’s new in fashion for fall and winter. Owner Diane Valadon and manager Krista Gorman say they are excited to ...

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Construction Hits Highway 41 This Week

OAKHURST – If your route to and from work takes you up Highway 41 north of Oakhurst, you might want to leave a little earlier this week. Between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m., construction crews will be working on both sides of Highway 41, from Cedar Valley Road to just north of Fish Camp at the Yosemite National Park boundary, ...

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'A Bed of Roses' Gets New Owners

OAKHURST – A popular bed and breakfast near Yosemite is under new ownership. Steve and Mary Kay Eicholtz took over A Bed of Roses B&B earlier this year and have been keeping busy ever since, making numerous changes to the property. Although taking over the property has proven to be a lot of work, the couple agree that they are ...

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New Business Owner Is Living His Dream

OAKHURST – All Weather Roofing & Building Supply Co. has a new owner, and he is having fun in his new venture! Barry Shrewsbury invites everyone to stop in on Saturday, Sept. 15, to take the tour. Since Shrewsbury took over the business on July 20, lots of things are new. The most interesting to many is the fact that ...

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