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HOW Dinner Set To Honor Tiffany Mumm

Submitted by Wendy Fisher OAKHURST — The current Helping One Woman (HOW) recipient is a well-known and greatly loved Ahwahnee wife of 15 years and mom of two beautiful girls, Tiffany Lynn Mumm. We are asking for your support of a wonderful program and a wonderful woman in our community, and requesting your attendance at the fundraiser on Wednesday, Sept. ...

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Yosemite High School Band Notes

OAKHURST — The Yosemite High School (YHS) band started this school year on a high note thanks to school seniors Drum Major Hunter Murphy and Drum Captain Jeff Foster. For their Senior Project, these two seasoned band members held a band camp during the summer to prepare high school students for marching shows and competitions. The camp consisted of 22-plus ...

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Vital Community Park Meeting Tonight

OAKHURST – Everyone concerned about Oakhurst Community Park is encouraged to attend a meeting tonight, Wednesday, Sept. 11 at the Yosemite Gateway Association of Realtors building at 5 p.m. “This is a community park and needs more community members to be involved,” says Andrew Pence, chairman of the Oakhurst Community Park Committee. The meeting is to address ongoing safety issues ...

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Sweet Competition For Junior Bakers

OAKHURST, CA — Vision Academy of the Arts is helping out with Mountain Heritage Days this year in some sweet and spicy ways. On Saturday, Sept. 14 at Fresno Flats, organizers have planned a Junior Homemade Cookie Bake-Off, scheduled the same day as the Salsa Fest.

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Who Makes The Best Salsa In The Mountains?

OAKHURST, CA — Are you a great salsa maker, or do you just think you are? This may be the time to find out. As part of this year’s Mountain Heritage Days’ “Step Back in Time” activities, Vision Academy of the Arts is sponsoring a hotly anticipated “Salsa Fest” competition that’s bound to spice things up. Mountain area residents looking ...

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Celebrate BGC Day For Kids

OAKHURST – Boys & Girls Club of Oakhurst is teeing up to celebrate “Boys & Girls Clubs Day for Kids,” (BGC Day for Kids) a major annual family event highlighting the value of meaningful time between caring adults and children. In Oakhurst, BGC Day for Kids will be celebrated Friday, Sept. 13, with parents and kids participating in an exciting ...

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Harry Baker Kidnapping Appears To Be Hoax

MADERA COUNTY – The Madera County Sheriff’s Office has reported that they received a call from a woman at 12:53 a.m. this morning, Sept. 6, from someone claiming that Sierra Tel president Harry Baker had been kidnapped. The called said that Baker was kidnapped in Modesto and brought to Madera County to withdraw funds as he was being held for ...

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Bass Lake Vigil Tonight For Token Adams

BASS LAKE – A flashlight vigil for missing firefighter Token Adams will be held tonight at 7 p.m. at Recreation Point on Bass Lake. Everyone is invited to come out and join friends and family in prayers and support The search for Adams continues today in the Jemez Mountains of New Mexico near Fenton Lake. Today is the seventh day ...

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New Hours & Closures At Urgent Care

OAKHURST – Urgent Care in Oakhurst has changed their hours of operation, and have implemented a temporary closure on Wednesdays. Michael Bartell, Director of Service Lines at Community Medical, responded to our request for an update on the new hours at Urgent Care, and questions about the facility being closed at random times over the few months.

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Stories From Cowboy Poet At Fresno Flats

OAKHURST – The Cowboy Poet is coming to Fresno Flats on Friday, Sept. 13. Madison Seamons, DVM, local veterinarian in Coarsegold, is returning to old Cunningham School to entertain everyone with stories of cowboy life and times. His stories will tickle your funny bone. Dr. Seamans lives with his lovely wife, Sunny Rae, in the foothills outside of Coarsegold, California. ...

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