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Innovative Ideas For Oakhurst Community College Center

By Dennis Spear — After bond Measure C was passed last summer, setting aside about $25 million for the new Oakhurst Community College Center (OCCC), the project is now in early planning stages and College officials are requesting your ideas for instructional programs which will benefit students and the Oakhurst community. This is a rare opportunity to create a dynamic institution ...

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April Dollar Days At Cause 4 Paws

By Monica McClanahan OAKHURST — Local thrift shop, A Cause 4 Paws, is making room for new summer inventory by offering big savings to shoppers. All winter items in the store are $1. This includes sweaters, scarves, beanies and mittens. Jackets are 50% off as well as all snow gear items like boots, poles, gloves, pants, jumpsuits, and skis. Owner Vicki ...

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Website To Honor Max Stauffer, Shuttle Service To Memorial

FISH CAMP — A website has been created to provide people with information regarding the memorial service planned for Max Stauffer on Saturday, Apr. 8. The site also provides a place where family and friends can leave their thoughts and memories, especially if they are not able to attend. The web address is www.maxmemorial.com. Stella Pizelo will officiate the celebration ...

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Driver Passes Out, Hits Concrete Wall In Oakhurst

OAKHURST — Traffic was slowed in Oakhurst this morning after a pickup pulling a trailer left the roadway and hit the concrete retaining wall at the construction site of the new hotels on Highway 41. Just after 10:30 a.m., a 46-year-old male, driving a flatbed Chevy 3500 out of Atwater, was northbound on SR-41 approaching Winding Way when, for unknown ...

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Elegant Auction For Community Park Features Fab Four

FISH CAMP — The 32nd annual Elegant Auction to benefit Oakhurst Community Park is slated for Saturday, April 8, at Tenaya Lodge. Doors open at 5 p.m., along with silent auction bidding. Guests will be treated to complimentary champagne to sip while placing their bids, in addition to a gourmet buffet, fine desserts, and live music, along with a professional ...

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Lazarcheff Takes Reins Of Oakhurst Veterinary Hospital

OAKHURST — After several months of planning, local veterinarian Dr. Kevin Lazarcheff will take the reins of Oakhurst Veterinary Hospital. Dr. Mark Nagel, OVH owner since 1997, will stay on three days a week as an additional doctor in practice. Kevin Lazarcheff, DVM, is a native of Reno, where he attended the University of Nevada, receiving a Bachelor’s of Science in ...

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New Cigarette Tax Takes Effect

SACRAMENTO — Smoking remains the number one cause of preventable death and disease in California. About 3.1 million, or one out of nine, California adults smoke, and an estimated 34,000 Californians die from smoking-related diseases each year. On April 1, the tax on a pack of cigarettes will increase $2, from $0.87 to $2.87. This increase is a result of ...

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Huge Wins For Yosemite Decathlon State Team

SACRAMENTO — Yosemite High School and Yosemite Unified Alternative Education students competed and medaled at the state Decathlon against nearly 600 decathletes from throughout California. Brandon Healey earned a gold medal in essay and a bronze medal in mathematics. He competed in the Scholastic division earning him top ranks among more than 80 of the best decathletes in California. Kyra Cole received ...

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Celebration Of The Life Of Max Stauffer

FISH CAMP — A celebration of the life of Max Stauffer will be held on Saturday, Apr. 8, at the Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad from 1 to 4 p.m. (weather permitting). Max passed away on Mar. 10 at the age of 69 after a long battle with cancer. He was a true force in the mountain community, involved in ...

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Mosquitoes Are Out: Guard Against Zika And West Nile

Everyone I know has been breathing a sigh of relief for the rain that has filled our wells and reservoirs, while bracing for the impact of summer sunshine on the waterlogged landscape. If you haven’t already lined someone up to take care of the weed whacking, you may want to get that on your “to do” list. A few weeks ago ...

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