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Registration Now Open for Prestigious Summer Arts Classes

Image of the Fresno State logo.

FRESNO STATE — What happens when students have a safe space to take artistic risks, live in a vibrant community with world-class artists, and create, perform and study with students who share their passion? Transformation. For over 30 years, CSU Summer Arts has assembled some of the world’s best creative artists to teach and inspire students through intensive master classes across ...

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October 2021 Helping One Woman (HOW) Dinner for Amy Stephens

Image of Amy Stephens' children.

Submitted by Sarah Roemer Having lived here most of her life, Amy Stephens is well known and loved for her beautiful character and loving personality to all in our mountain community, as well as being a staple in the Hitching Post Family for the last 18 years. Amy is a single mother of three beautiful children, Jillian, aged 9, Charlotte, ...

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Amid Global Pandemic, Love Finds a Way

Picture of Edgar and Amanda Feliz at their wedding.

LEWIS CREEK — Editor’s Note: Their wedding was canceled, but their love was not. With all the bad news about the coronavirus these days, here’s hoping that this little story of love persevering will warm our readers’ hearts. MOUNTAIN AREA — Love always finds a way. Ashton Fish was supposed to officiate a wedding for Amanda, one of his old ...

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Updated – To Save Eye Kitten Needs Ride to UC Davis ASAP

kitten with eye damage

COARSEGOLD — This adorable 5-week old kitten desperately needs a ride to UC Davis, preferably tomorrow (Friday, October 18th) or Monday at the latest. The goal is to save his right eye. He will be admitted to the UCD URI (upper respiratory infection) program. If you can drive him from the Coarsegold/Raymond area to UC Davis, please call Sharon with ...

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Fields Of Faith Is Coming to Raupp Field At Yosemite High School

Fields of Faith

Join Fields of Faith at Raupp Football Stadium at Yosemite High School on October 9th from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. Fields of Faith is put on by the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. This event will feature students encouraging other students to pursue a relationship with Jesus and to also get into the Word of God. There will be worship, student ...

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Wasuma Elementary Fall Festival And Pumpkin Patch Fundraiser

pumpkin patch

AHWAHNEE — Games, food, inflatables, cotton candy, sno-cones, petting zoo, silent auction, raffle, take-n-bake cinnamon rolls, and much, much more will all be coming to Wasuma Elementary School’s Fall Festival, happening this Friday, Oct. 4, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. A pumpkin patch will also be open to purchase pumpkins. Bring the family, cousins, friends, and neighbors Pre-sale wristbands and ...

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Mountain Money: Selling Antique Samplers On eBay

Antique Sampler

Howdy campers! Until the sewing machine was invented around the middle of the 19th century, all sewing was done by hand. To showcase their needlework talents, seamstresses (it was usually women in those days) would create linen samplers of their works. The samplers almost always included an alphabet, as well as other images, such as houses, trees, or Biblical verses ...

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Pets Of The Week: Celeste And Ella

Pets of the week. Celeste and Ella.

This week you get double the fun! Ella and I are sisters, going on 5 months old. We have been spayed and are current on our shots. It would be fun to find a home where we stay together, but we are also fine to go to separate homes! We also get along great with small dogs! If you are ...

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Central Sierra Authors Faire Slated for Oct. 12 near Oakhurst Library

Row of library books

Local and regional authors, poets, illustrators and other industry professionals are invited to participate in the Central Sierra Authors Faire, scheduled from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Oct., 12, near both the Oakhurst Library and the Oakhurst Community Park on Civic Circle Drive. The Authors Faire is sponsored by the Oakhurst Branch Library and is free to the ...

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