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Extreme Registration Makes It Easy At Oakhurst College

OAKHURST — State Center Community College District will hold its spring semester Extreme Registration on Friday, Dec. 8 from 2 – 7 p.m. and Wednesday, Jan. 3 from noon – 7 p.m. Extreme Registration is a one-stop shop that offers everything a student will need to enroll at Oakhurst Community College Center, Fresno City College, Reedley College, Clovis Community College, ...

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Extreme Registration Time At Oakhurst College

OAKHURST — State Center Community College District will hold its fall semester Extreme Registration on Friday, Aug. 4 from 2 – 7 p.m. and Saturday, Aug. 5 from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Extreme Registration is a one-stop shop that offers everything a student will need to enroll at Oakhurst Community College Center, Fresno City College, Reedley College, Clovis Community ...

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Yosemite High Honors 18 Students At Pitman Awards

BASS LAKE — The mama-razzi and the paparazzi were out in full force for a time-honored tradition, taking pictures of the 18 students who are deemed Pitman Award recipients for Yosemite High School’s graduating class of 2017. Click on images to enlarge. Photos by Virginia Lazar. The 31st annual Paul and Martha Pitman Awards Banquet was held on the Gazebo Deck at ...

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Coarsegold Gold Rush Days: Prepare To Be Delighted

COARSEGOLD — Kids of all ages, prepare to be delighted, as Gold Rush Days comes to the Coarsegold Historical Village on Friday, May 5 for an Education Day with local schools, followed by an entire weekend of festival style fun. Gold Rush Days is sponsored by the Coarsegold Rodeo Association. The Coarsegold Rodeo Association (CRA) announced earlier this year that ...

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Oakhurst College Meeting Paves Way For The Future

OAKHURST — About 40 people gathered last night to participate in a Strategic Planning Alliance meeting, geared toward figuring out how millions of dollars will be spent on a new college facility in Oakhurst. Oakhurst Community College Center is part of Reedley College, which operates under the umbrella of the State Center Community College District (SCCCD). In June, voters approved Bond Measure C, which gives ...

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Community Feedback Forum For Oakhurst College Center

OAKHURST — Anyone with a stake in the community will want to know about an upcoming meeting the public is invited to attend, to provide input and oversight for the future of the district including Oakhurst Community College Center. Reedley College will host three Strategic Alliance Community Feedback Forums in an effort to involve the community in their 2017 – 2021 ...

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Free Pre-Apprenticeships Through Yosemite Adult School

OAKHURST — The Yosemite Adult School in cooperation with the State Center Adult Education Consortium are pleased to announce there will be a Pre-Apprenticeship training class in Oakhurst beginning Jan. 17, 2017. This may be a good opportunity to start a career in one of the building trades, such as plumbing and pipe-fitting, electrician, carpentry, sheet metal working, and general labor. ...

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$25 Million At Stake For Oakhurst In Tuesday’s Primary

MADERA COUNTY — There’s a lot at stake for the foothills when citizens head to the polls on Tuesday, June 7. One of the big issues on the ballot for this primary is Measure C. If at least 55 percent of voters mark their ballots “yes” on Measure C, the proposed bond will generate $485 million to address improvements and other needs for community ...

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Bass Lake Teachers And District Head To Mediation

OAKHURST — Negotiations between a small, local school district and its teachers union have led to impasse between the two groups, and mediation will take place next week. While the Bass Lake Joint Union School District (BLSD)  and the Bass Lake Teachers Association (BLTA) have agreed on many points as they negotiate their current contract, there are two major issues yet to be worked ...

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