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New Owners Open Cafe In North Fork Slim’s Location

NORTH FORK — Just a few weeks after Slim’s Koffee Shak closed its doors in downtown North Fork, a group of locals has purchased some of the business’ equipment and furnishings and is breathing new life into the location. A partnership has been formed between Lisa Clark, Art and Mary Ellen Cruz, and Jacob and Heather Vitalec-Perry, to redesign the ...

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Slim’s Koffee Shak Is Closing Both Locations

OAKHURST — After nearly seven years in business, Slim’s Koffee Shak in North Fork is closing its doors at the end of business today. The Oakhurst location will also be closing today after a 2-1/2 year run in the Silver Creek Center. The shop in Mariposa closed about two months ago when the building was sold and the new owners ...

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Cause 4 Paws Shuts The Doors: Buy Now Before It’s Gone

OAKHURST — The last day for local thrift shop and animal rescue champion Cause 4 Paws is Saturday, Dec. 23. After nine wonderful years in Oakhurst, the shop is closing for good and the owner, Vickie Deane, is retiring. All inventory goes on blow-out sale: Dec 1 – Dec 20 All items 50% off Thursday, Dec. 21 All items 75% off ...

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Equipment Big And Small For Rent In North Fork

NORTH FORK — No matter what your home project, you can rent the equipment you need from the North Fork Rental Yard. They can be reached at (831) 970-1265 or (559) 877-4078. North Fork resident Art Cruz offers an impressive array of machines. From routers to nail guns, compressors, table and tile saws, to jack hammers, generators or water pumps ...

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Sierra Tel Employee Linda Burton Earns Prestigious Award

OAKHURST – At the recent 2017 California Communication Associations Annual Meeting held in Lake Tahoe California, Sierra Tel employee Linda Burton was awarded the prestigious “Industry Leadership Award.” This award is given to individuals who have a history of leadership in the telecommunications industry and who have made outstanding contributions at the local, state and national levels. Linda is the ...

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Lazarcheff Named President Of CVMA

OAKHURST — Kevin Lazarcheff, owner of Oakhurst Veterinary Hospital, was recently sworn in as President of the California Veterinary Medical Association. The CVMA is the largest state veterinary medical association in the nation with more than 7,200 members. Kevin Lazarcheff, DVM is a native of Reno who attended the University of Nevada, where he received a Bachelor’s of Science in ...

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Mountain House Nears Completion (No, Really!)

OAKHURST– People driving by the Mountain House may have noticed improvements to the iconic building located on the corner of Highway 41 and Bass Lake Road 222, and wondered when the project will be complete. Will it be a restaurant or an office space? General contractor Steve Gabbard, owner of Oakhurst-based Sun Construction, is happy to clear up some of ...

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PG&E Gives New Life To Dead Trees At Burning Man

With the massive die-off of trees across the Central Sierra, it is great news to hear that some of those dead trees will be put to good use. The following is the story of some of those logs, and their circuitous journey to the deserts of Nevada for the annual event — Burning Man. “Last winter, the group that won ...

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Oakhurst Spirits Craft Distillery & Gallery

OAKHURST — Rather than retiring, Ally and Mike Benbrook say they’ve decided to reinvent themselves. That’s a good thing for the foothills and anyone who decides to stop into their new destination location, Oakhurst Spirits Distillery, Art Gallery and Gift Shop. It’s easy to spend time at Oakhurst Spirits: take a tour of the distillery led by Navy-man Mike, hang ...

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