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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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Free CPR Classes From Sierra Ambulance EMTs

OAKHURST- Over 30 mountain area residents gathered on Aug. 22 at Sierra Ambulance in Oakhurst for their free CPR class. Ed Guzman, Manager of Sierra Ambulance, had recently done a presentation at an Oakhurst Mountain Lions Club meeting where the idea was generated, and the response was huge.

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New Principal's Principles At Yosemite High

OAKHURST – School’s back in session and Yosemite High School (YHS) has a new principal. This may be Randy Seals’ first year at YHS but he’s no stranger to the area. Seals has lived most of his life in Chowchilla, where he still resides today. So far. It’s not an exaggeration to say Seals is thrilled to be working here ...

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Deep Pit BBQ At Cedar Valley

CEDAR VALLEY – If you’ve never been to the annual Labor Day Weekend Deep Pit BBQ at the Cedar Valley Volunteer Fire Department, put it on your calendar for this Saturday, Aug 31, from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. This is the 41st year the fire department has been doing a dinner fundraiser, and for over 30 of those years, they’ve ...

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Community Gathers For Patriot Day 9/11

OAKHURST – Sierra Tel invites the community to its annual Patriot Day event on Wednesday, Sept. 11, at the Sierra Telephone Oakhurst Business Office at 9 a.m. Keynote Speaker for the 2013 Patriot Day Remembrance Event is Larry E. Westerlund, who served as a surface warfare officer with the United States Naval Reserve, from which he recently retired after 24 ...

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Friends Of The Park Call It Quits

OAKHURST – For over a year now, one dedicated group of people has volunteered their time and energy, sometimes even risking their own safety, to coalesce as concerned citizens to patrol the Oakhurst Community Park. The park, once envisioned as a safe haven for children and families to gather and play, is believed by many to have been overtaken by ...

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Business Open House At Hounds Tooth Inn

OAKHURST – The Hounds Tooth Inn invites everyone to a Business Open House today from 5 to 7 p.m, sponsored by the Oakhurst Chamber Of Commerce. In celebration of the Inn’s new ownership, the public is invited to stop in for hors d’oeurvres, a no host bar and a chance to win a one-night stay at the Hounds Tooth Inn.

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BGC Kids Do Their Part For The River

Submitted by Peggy Decker OAKHURST – The Oakhurst Boys and Girls Club (BGC) performed a great community service this afternoon, learning about their watershed, and contributing to its health and well-being. In collaboration with Justine Reynolds (AmeriCorps) and Brittany Dyer (Chowchilla/Fresno Watershed), the kids helped with an early bird version of the Oakhurst River Parkway 5th Annual Great Sierra River ...

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Sierra Vista Church Honors Rev. Bill Welch

OAKHURST – On Sunday, Sept. 1, Sierra Vista Presbyterian Church will honor their former pastor by giving him the title of Pastor Emeritus. Rev. Bill Welch, who served as pastor of Sierra Vista from November 1986 to October 2003, will bring the morning message at the 9:30 a.m. worship service in the outdoor amphitheater. Rev. Welch was the chartering pastor ...

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Meet Your Congressman This Wednesday

AHWAHNEE – Congressman Tom McClintock will be the guest speaker at an Economic Development Luncheon on Wednesday, Aug. 28, from noon to 1:30 p.m. at the Sierra Meadows Country Club in Ahwahnee. You are invited to meet with your U.S. Representative from the 4th Congressional District of California. McClintock is the Chairman of the Water and Power Sub-committee of the ...

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